The daughters of Kenneth Ray and Bobbie Jean Reeves announce their parents’ 50th Wedding Anniversary. The Reeves were wed on Feb. 3, 1973 at Okalona Methodist Protestant Church. They have three daughters, Jeannie Smith, Sarah Lewis, Jessica Anderson, 10 grandchildren and four greatgrandchildren. The couple will celebrate with family and friends at a later date.
The Research Club hosted a recent meeting and guest speaker was Nicole Knight. Hostesses were from left, Deana Swanson, Vickie Nichols and Helen Stephens.
The Pine Hill Mission Food Bank and Outreach took quilts, blankets, socks, clothing, coats, toiletries and hot meals Jan. 21 to Dallas County in the most critically damaged areas of Selma. The Pine Hill Mission appreciates all of the many donations.
The Alabama Farmers Agriculture Foundation is sharing the book, “I Love Strawberries” by Shannon Anderson and pictures by Jaclyn Sinquett with all elementary schools and public libraries in Clarke County in an effort to promote agriculture literacy. From left, are Ann Harrison and Marie Slade, with the Clarke County Farmer’s Federation Women’s Leadership Committee and Charlyn Vick, media specialist with […]
Wyman Gilmore Phillippi, CPA, is associated with Crow, Constantine, Singleton, Morrow, and Elliott PC. He services the firm’s footprint in Clarke, Washington, and Wilcox counties. Phillippi grew up in Camden, a son of Wylynn and Bo Phillippi. He is named for his late grandfather, Wyman O. Gilmore, a longtime attorney who practiced law in Grove Hill. Crow, Constantine, Singleton, Morrow, […]
JanuaryVirginia “Ginger”Merle Martin GodboldSept. 11, 1957 – Jan 3, 2022Hazel Wilder DuncanMarch 11, 1929 – Jan. 8, 2022Master SergeantConnie Young Wilson Jr.1943 – Jan. 6, 2022Dorothy Sims WatsonSept. 5, 1932 – Jan. 15, 2022Natalie Carol BatesFeb. 4, 1952 – Jan. 21, 2022Mary Carolyn HeadleyFeb. 2, 1939 – Jan. 17, 2022Clarice Dora ForesmanApril 27, 1926 – Jan. 19, 2022Jayne West MorganAug. […]
The Dravitan Club is remembering a Thomasville black historian for her large role played in advocating black history. Jimmie Rose Bryant was known as a cheerful, extraordinary, energetic, beloved contributor to the area. She maintained a focus on educating on Black Heritage achievements and nonbiased way of advocating for the rights of all people. Bryant passed away 2021 but her […]
The Clarke County Historical Society will meet Sunday, Jan. 29 at Grove Hill City Hall. Sherman Keith Goodman of Coffeeville will present a history of Clarke County Training School. The school, in Coffeeville, was the first high school for African- American youth in Clarke County. The school’s roots date to 1916 and by 1922 school buildings were in place named […]
Work, school, extracurricular activities, social events and more can make the winter months feel frantic and it can often seem like you’re running out of time. This seasonal time crunch makes it even more difficult to answer the age-old, mealtime question kids are always asking: “What are we having?” These easy-to-make recipes take 35 minutes or less and feature RAGÚ […]