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  • VPD Investigating Friday Morning Armed Robbery

    Vidalia police are investigating an armed robbery that occurred very early Friday morning.

    Just five minutes past midnight, an unidentified man walked into the Food mart at 402 McIntosh Street, jumped the counter and attacked the clerk. He demanded money and after collecting an undisclosed amount

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  • VHA Strengthens Students' Safety

    It is a sad reality these days that schools must be conscious of unwanted intruders, but one local institution will be prepared if the unthinkable were to happen.

    Vidalia Heritage Academy Headmaster Jeff McCormick said, “After the shooting in Uvalde, Texas, and other school shootings, we knew we needed

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  • Kemp Rolls Out Major Inflation Relief Proposals

    At the State Capitol Thursday, Governor Brian Kemp was joined by state leaders and members of the GOP ticket as he announced two major proposals for his second term to help Georgians fight through the 40-year-high inflation caused by the dangerous Biden-Abrams agenda.

    The proposals announced by

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  • GBI Seeks Information in Death Investigation

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  • Vidalia Onion Committee is Seeking New Member Nominations

    The Vidalia® Onion Committee (VOC) is currently seeking nominations to the Committee from producers in the industry The VOC elects eight new nominees each year as part of an annual process. There are currently four member and four alternate seats available on the Committee. 

    The VOC administers the

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  • Another Train vs. Automobile Accent in Vidalia

    For the third time in just a matter of weeks, there has been another train vs. automobile collision in the area.

    According to Vidalia Chief of Police James Jermon, around 9:36 Wednesday morning, Vidalia Police and Vidalia Fire Departments responded to the intersection of Rigsbee Drive and Old

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  • Council Updated on Library Progress

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    The renovation of the former Vidalia Toombs County Library is taking shape, and Howard Holman and Gary Campbell, members of the committee overseeing the change, updated the Vidalia City Council at the August City Council meeting about the progress.

    “We’re pretty much on schedule; maybe a little

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  • Holman Named August Sweet Onion Citizen

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    Howard Holman (L) and Vidalia Mayor Doug Roper

    For some people, volunteering is in their blood and so it is with the August Sweet Onion Citizen of the Month, Howard Holman. Holman was recognized Monday night at the monthly City Council meeting by Mayor Doug Roper.

    “I wanted to do this several

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  • Area Police Blotter

    Vidalia Police Department reports the following arrests.

    Gilchriest, Destany Shianne - Vidalia - Theft by shoplifting

    Tery, Richard Donald – Hazlehurst - Battery

    Toombs County Sheriff’s Office reports the following arrests.

    Graham, Jackson – Vidalia – Aggravated stalking

    Hernandez, Rigoberto –

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Sportsbreak

  • Toombs County Lady Net Dogs Finish Week Undefeated

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    Lyons, GA – AUGUST 12, 2022

    The Lady Bulldogs finished the first week of their 2022 season undefeated with the JV starting strong at 2-0 and Varsity at 4-0.

    On Thursday, the JV team started the evening beating Bryan County in two straight sets 25-20 and 25-13. The Lady Bulldogs were once again

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  • BPC Athletics Announces New Partnership with HomeTown Ticketing

    8 11 11 Brewton ParkerCollege Announcement 2022 11890

    MOUNT VERNON, Ga. –Brewton-Parker Athletics has officially announced a new partnership with HomeTown Ticketing to provide digital ticketing for all home athletic events. Digital ticketing will be integrated starting this fall, providing a new opportunity of growth for BPC Athletics.

    “This

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  • Lady Dogs Softball Bounces Back in Home Win Versus Wheeler County

    On Monday the Toombs County Lady Dogs defeated the Wheeler County Bulldogs 9-1 in Lyons.

    Toombs County got things moving in the first inning, when Shay Stringer doubled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring one run.

    Toombs County tallied four runs in the third inning. Emerson Powell and Riley

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  • RTCA Softball Starts 2022 Season

    Tuesday 8-2

    RTCA 9 Brentwood 9 after 8 innings

    The Lady Crusader softball season opened with a 9-9 tie against perennial final four opponent Brentwood Academy. Meredith Duredens 2 rbi single in the bottom of the 1st inning put the Crusaders up early, but a couple of defensive miscues found the

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  • BPC Men’s Soccer Selected Sixth in 2022 SSAC Coaches’ Preseason Poll

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    MONTGOMERY, Ala. --The Brewton-Parker Men’s Soccer Program was selected to finish sixth in the 2022 SSAC Men’s Soccer Coaches’ Preseason Poll, conference officials announced on Friday afternoon.

    The Barons gathered 32 voting points in the poll, landing 14 points behind Faulkner (Ala.).

    Last

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  • BPC Women’s Soccer Selected Fourth in 2022 SSAC Coaches’ Preseason Poll

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    MONTGOMERY, Ala. --The Brewton-Parker Women’s Soccer Program was selected to finish fourth in the 2022 SSAC Women’s Soccer Coaches’ Preseason Poll, conference officials announced on Friday afternoon.

    The Lady Barons gathered 51 voting points in the poll, landing just four points shy of SSAC

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  • Sports & Scores This Week (8-8-22)

    August 8-- Here are the latest sports schedules and scores for the week.

    Monday, August 8

    Softball: Toombs County 9, Wheeler County 1

    Montgomery County at Clinch County 5:30pm (Postponed Until October 5)

    Fullington Academy at RTCA 6:00pm (Postponed)

    Tuesday, August 9

    Baseball: Braves 9, Red Sox 7

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  • Lady Indians Softball Starts Season 0-2

    The Vidalia Indian Softball team dropped the first two games of the season at the Harlem Fall Classic Friday night.
    In Game One, the Indians faced perennial AAA powerhouse Harlem. The Indians jumped out to an early 1-0 lead thanks to a lead off homerun from Senior Tori Wright. In the second

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  • BPC Volleyball Selected Ninth in 2022 SSAC Coaches’ Preseason Poll

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    MONTGOMERY, Ala. --The Brewton-Parker Volleyball Program was selected to finish ninth in the 2022 SSAC Volleyball Coaches’ Preseason Poll, conference officials announced on Friday afternoon.

    The Lady Barons gathered 21 voting points in the poll, landing seven points behind Middle Georgia.

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Community Calendar

8 12 22 Toombs Volleyball

Lyons, GA – AUGUST 12, 2022

The Lady Bulldogs finished the first week of their 2022 season undefeated with the JV starting strong at 2-0 and Varsity at 4-0.

On Thursday, the JV team started the evening beating Bryan County in two straight sets 25-20 and 25-13. The Lady Bulldogs were once again solid serving the volleyball. Estrella Barbosa had 12 service points, while Arianna Hill and Lasagessa Thomas both had 6 service points. Both Arianna and Lasagessa had several kills.

The Varsity Lady Net Dogs followed the JV match by beating Bryan County in match one, with Toombs taking the first set in match one 25-3, Bryan winning the second set 25-19, and the Bulldogs taking the third set 15-7 to win the match

In match two, the Bulldogs pulled away fast to win consecutive sets 25-14 and 25-13

The Lady Bulldogs were led with hot serving from Anabel Cruz, who had 14 straight serve points in set one, and 18 total for the match. Cruz also had 11 service points in match two for 29 total on the night. Kortney Mahone also contributed with 7 service points, and Scarlett Stanley and Alayah Servin both had 5. Zariaha Newkirk led the team with kills, but got help from Scarlett Stanley, Sarah Morris and Anna Patrick.8 12 22 Toombs Volleyball 2

On Tuesday, August 9, 2022, the Toombs County Lady Net Dogs traveled to Pierce County for a JV match versus Pierce County, and two Varsity matchups against Pierce County and Tattnall County.

During the JV match versus Pierce Co., the Lady Net Dogs. won in two straight sets with the scores of 25-22 and 25-18. The JV team led by these seven players. Estrella Barbosa, Arianna Hill, Makenzie Kilgore, Emma Wright, Madison Brown, Lasagessa Thomas, and Elida Cruz. To go along with the solid serving, they were also solid at the net with kills coming from Makenzie Kilgore, Madison Brown, Arianna Hill, and Lasagessa Thomas.

In the Varsity match with Pierce Co., we started slowly, losing the first set 25-9 and started the second set down 8-2. The Lady Net Dogs would go on to win the next point to make it 8-3. This brought the serve to Toombs County’s Sarah Morris, which turned out to be the spark Toombs Co. needed as Sarah served a couple of aces to start a fire that turned into 7 straight service points for Toombs and an eventual 25-19 win in the second set. This pushed the match to a third set, which Toombs won 25-19. Sarah Morris led the team with 9 service points followed by Alayah Servin, Anabel Cruz, and Zariaha Newkirk, who all had 5 serve points.

The next match was put our Toombs County Lady Net Dogs against the Tattnall County Warriors, which we handled in two straight sets by scores of 25-17 and 25-20. The Lady Net Dogs were Led by Zariaha Newkirk, who had 15 service points to go along with some thundering kills. Anabel Cruz and Alayah Servin also added 6 service points each.

Great job this week Lady Bulldogs!!!!!!!

(Courtesy of Toombs County Athletics)

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MOUNT VERNON, Ga. – Brewton-Parker Athletics has officially announced a new partnership with HomeTown Ticketing to provide digital ticketing for all home athletic events. Digital ticketing will be integrated starting this fall, providing a new opportunity of growth for BPC Athletics.

“This partnership with HomeTown is a step forward toward our goals as an athletic department,” said Vice President of Athletics, Chris Dooley. “We believe this is the right move for our athletic programs and we hope this will aid in improving the fan experience at our athletic events on campus.”

BPC is implementing a department-wide ticketing initiative that has hopes in increase fan attendance while doing so efficiently. This imitative follows the current market trends of digital ticketing for athletic events of all levels.

HomeTown will provide BPC with a fan-friendly experience that eliminates the need for a physical ticket. Through the use of an app, tickets can be purchased, saved, and scanned all via a smartphone. Fans will also have the ability to easily share tickets between family and friends through messages.

BPC supporters are encouraged to download the HomeTown Fan App, available for both iOS and Android devices.

Tickets will be required prior to entry to any athletic event on campus. Individual game tickets are available for $8 (plus fees) with Season Tickets available on the HomeTown Fan App or bpcathletics.com for a discounted rate. Tickets for BPC Fall Sports are available now.

Have questions or need more information? Please check our 2022-23 Ticket Guide.

About HomeTown Ticketing

HomeTown Ticketing is the leading digital ticketing provider in both K–12 and collegiate spaces, serving schools, districts, conferences, and associations. A professionallevel and fully automated ticketing solution, HomeTown's in-house developed, proprietary ticketing platform is tailored specifically to the needs of schools and governing bodies. Benefits of the HomeTown system include unmatched value through easy-to-use purchasing and redemption options, custom box-offices, event and fan specific reporting tools, and secure financial management features to streamline operations and increase financial transparency. Intuitive and easy-to-use for both event organizers and ticket buyers, HomeTown never touches the event organizer's funds. Learn more about HomeTown at www.hometownticketing.com. (Courtesy of BPC) 

Tuesday 8-2

RTCA 9 Brentwood 9 after 8 innings

The Lady Crusader softball season opened with a 9-9 tie against perennial final four opponent Brentwood Academy. Meredith Duredens 2 rbi single in the bottom of the 1st inning put the Crusaders up early, but a couple of defensive miscues found the Crusaders trailing 4-2 after 3. The two teams traded runs until the bottom of the 6th where the Crusaders found themselves down 1 with a runner on and two outs, when Railee Thomas hit a long 2 run homer giving the Crusaders a one run lead going into the 7th. Unfortunately after another miscue Brentwood would tie the score in the 7th forcing extra innings, where both teams each scored a run and the game ended in a tie. The Crusader were lead on Offense by Railee Thomas who had 3 hits, Meredith Durden who had 2 hits Maddie Joyner who had 2 rbi and Bree Wimberly who had 2 rbi. Meredith Durden pitched great in the circle but early game mistakes proved very costly.

Coach Fitzgerald after the game " I thought we swung the bat pretty well tonight and Meredith pitched great, but all the missed practice time this summer showed up in key spots tonight. Having to replace 4 starters, from last year we just were not quite ready defensively, had some opportunities to get off the field and just couldn't in some areas. Overall pretty happy with their effort".

Sat 8-6 Tattnall County Warrior Blast

RTCA 5 Claxton 2

Meredith Durden led the way for the Crusaders pitching 5 innings of 1 hit ball, striking out 15 Lady Tigers and hitting 2 home runs driving in 4 runs.

Coach Fitzgerald after the game " What a day for Merdith Durden, dominant in the circle and leading the way at the plate. Thought we were a little sluggish this morning, we got a pitcher I thought we would do some damage against, but couldn't stay behind the ball very well, rolled over and hit a few weak ground balls and pop ups. First inning looked promising but a bad baserunning decision changed the whole complex of the inning. It was a great learning moment for her and I believe she understands why we can't make that mistake now. Defensively, we still haven't put it all together, but Railee Thomas looked sharp behind the dish for us".

Sat 8-6 Tattnall County Warrior Blast

Brantley County 4 RTCA 1

Meredith Durden pitched 2 pretty good innings for the Crusaders, giving up 1 run and 1 hit and came out of the game with it tied 1-1 after 2. Arlie Gooden came in and surrendered 3 hits over 3 innings while giving up 3 runs. It was a rainey wet slow paced game and the Crusader were not able to get much going offensively, with Marli Dryden driving in the only Crusader run.

Coach Fitzgerald after the game " Meredith did a good job again in the circle but we need to find our number 2 pitcher. We brought in Arlie under tough circumstances, rainey and wet conditions, making the ball tough to grip. I thought she did great for not pitching in a couple of years, was in the strike zone but unfortunately some inexperience in the outfield showed and she wound up giving up a couple of earned runs. Offensively we just couldn't find any open grass. A lot of inexperienced players got some field time and it showed. Having trouble remembering where to be and what to do taking care of the ball".(Courtesy of RTCA) 

On Monday the Toombs County Lady Dogs defeated the Wheeler County Bulldogs 9-1 in Lyons.

Toombs County got things moving in the first inning, when Shay Stringer doubled on the first pitch of the at bat, scoring one run.

Toombs County tallied four runs in the third inning. Emerson Powell and Riley Lumley all contributed in the big inning with RBIs.

Casey Cantwell was the winning pitcher for Toombs County. The right-hander lasted five and a third innings, allowing six hits and one run while striking out five.  Krista Cantwell threw two-thirds of an inning in relief out of the bullpen.

McCranie was on the rubber for Wheeler County. The pitcher surrendered nine runs on 11 hits over five and a third innings, striking out one.

Toombs County racked up 11 hits on the day.  Aniston Powell, Lumley, and Cantwell each had multiple hits for Toombs.  Powell went 3-for-3 at the plate to lead Toombs County in hits.

(Courtesy of Toombs County High School)

Coach Hayne Brant, "I am glad we were able to bounce back after a tough loss on Saturday. Our girls came out with a mind set to take care of business and get back in the win column. “

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MONTGOMERY, Ala. -- The Brewton-Parker Men’s Soccer Program was selected to finish sixth in the 2022 SSAC Men’s Soccer Coaches’ Preseason Poll, conference officials announced on Friday afternoon.

The Barons gathered 32 voting points in the poll, landing 14 points behind Faulkner (Ala.).

Last season, Brewton-Parker finished 4-12-2 overall and 2-4-1 during conference action. Head Coach Bob Neumann is prepped for his second season at the helm of the program.

Mobile (Ala.) secured first place in the poll with 80 points and eight of the first-place votes followed by William Carey (Miss.) in second with 72 points and the final first-place vote.

Dalton State (Ga.) is picked to finish third with 62 points with SSAC newcomer, Life (Ga.) predicted to finish fourth with 53 points. Faulkner captured fifth with 46 points while Middle Georgia landed behind the Barons at seventh with 28 points.

Blue Mountain (Miss.) was picked to finish eighth with 23 points while Talladega (Ala.) rounds out the poll in ninth with nine points.

The Barons open the regular season with a home match against Truett McConnell (Ga.) on Thursday, Aug. 25. SSAC Play begins with Dalton State visiting Mount Vernon on Saturday, Sept. 24.(Courtesy of BPC) 

Obituaries

  • Mr. Wendell Fields, Lyons

    Wendell Fields Mr. Wendell Fields, age 79, of Lyons, died Thursday, August 11, 2022, at his home after an extended illness.  He was a lifelong resident of Toombs County and was a lineman all of his life, working for Utilities Construction and Pike Construction.  He also worked several years on the cattle farm for...
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  • Mr. Robert Wayne Phillips, Jacksonville, Florida

    Phillips Robert Mr. Robert Wayne Phillips, age 62 of Jacksonville, Florida, passed away on Sunday, August 7, 2022 from injuries sustained in a bicycle accident. He was born on March 17, 1960 in Montgomery, AL to the late Horace A. and Vivian Wilkes Phillips. He was a construction worker by trade and a United...
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  • Dallas Geiger Mullins

    Dalas Mullins 002 Dallas Geiger Mullins was born on Aug. 28, 1937 and was 84 years old. She was married to Thomas Mullins for 40 years. Sadly, our dear Mom succumbed from ongoing illness from the last couple of years and passed into the pearly gates on August 9, 2022 at 9:30pm Tuesday night. Mom spent 50 years as a...
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    Obituary | Jeff Raiford | 11 August 2022 | 15:22
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  • Mr. James Leo Palmer, Cobbtown

    James Leo Palmer Mr. James Leo Palmer, age 77, of Cobbtown, died Monday, August 8, 2022, at Memorial Health Meadows Hospital in Vidalia after an extended illness.  He was a native of Tampa, Florida and served four years in the United States Army.  He was a self-employed electrician and retired several years ago.  He...
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    Obituary | Jeff Raiford | 10 August 2022 | 10:52
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  • Mr. Daniel Michael “Tiny” Horne, Vidalia

    Daniel Horne Mr. Daniel Michael “Tiny” Horne, age 40, of Vidalia, died Monday, August 8, 2022, after a sudden illness.  He was a native of Brunswick, where he lived most of his life, before moving to Vidalia in 2017.  He was the owner and operator of Tiny’s Big Rig Repair in Vidalia.  He enjoyed fishing and...
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    Obituary | Jeff Raiford | 09 August 2022 | 09:34
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  • Maria Dykes, Vidalia

    Maria Dykes Maria Dykes, age 31, of Vidalia, died Saturday, August 6, 2022 at Optim Medical Center in Reidsville after a sudden illness.  She was a native of Toombs County and lived all her life in Vidalia.  Earlier in her life, she attended First Assembly of God, and she enjoyed fishing.  She is preceded in...
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    Obituary | Jeff Raiford | 08 August 2022 | 15:09
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  • Mrs. Margie Hadden Beckum, Vidalia

    Margie Beckham Mrs. Margie Hadden Beckum, age 75, of Vidalia, died August 7, 2022, at her home after an extended illness.  She was a native of Normantown and lived in Toombs County all of her life.  She worked at Lyons Manufacturing and was a member of Vidalia Baptist Temple.  She is preceded in death by her...
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    Obituary | Jeff Raiford | 08 August 2022 | 11:36
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  • Ms. LaVonda Landon, Glenwood

    LaVonda Landon Ms. LaVonda Landon, age 52 of Glenwood, passed away on Friday, August 5, 2022 following a sudden illness.   She was born on June 21, 1970 at Langley Air Force Base in Hampton, Virginia to Charles Walker and Lawanna Driggers. She lived most of her life in Brunswick, Georgia before moving to Glenwood. She...
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    Obituary | Jeff Raiford | 08 August 2022 | 09:51
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  • Mrs. Joy R. Bowen, Oak Park

    Joy Bowen Mrs. Joy R. Bowen, age 82, of Oak Park, died Saturday, August 6, 2022, at Memorial Health Meadows Hospital in Vidalia after a brief illness.  She was a native of Oak Park, a 1957 graduate of Oak Park High School, and attended South Georgia College in Douglas, where she studied accounting.  She began...
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Church Calendar

  • Septemer 10--Pastor's Anniversary in Mt. Vernon

    Pastor's Anniversary September 10--Pastor & First lady Snead invite you to their Black Tie Gala 10th Pastor's Anniversary, September 10th at 6:00 at 124 West Spring Street, Mt. Vernon. Entertainment host Troy & Carmela Williams.
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  • August 14--Women's Day in Vidalia

    Womens Conference August 14--New Vision Missionary Baptist Church, 301 Smith Street in Vidalia, invites you to their Women's Day Program, Sunday August 14th at 2:00 with speaker Reverend Valarie Thompson of Revelation Missionary Baptist Church in Columbus, Georgia. Theme: "Woman of God, Focus on God, Not the Storm!" (Mark 4.39) Pastor Willie Edwards Jr.
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  • October 8-10--VHS Class of 1975 Reunion in Vidalia

    October 8-10--First African Baptist Church in Vidalia announces the Vidalia High School Class of 1975 Reunion, October 8th through October 10th at 6:00 at Hawk's Golf Club, 1801 Loop Road in Vidalia.
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