Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Just a Good Neighbor

Back in the nineties, I was ready and eager to meet some new neighbors. Our friends in Valdosta gave us a housewarming party when...
Hankerins with Niles Reddick

The Reward

Our neighborhood gang rode bikes all over Hahira and if the pool wasn’t open, then we had to find something to get into. We...

Honoring My Favorite Veterans

Veteran’s Day has always meant something extra special in our home. I feel led at this time, to honor some of my favorite veterans....
Hankerins with Niles Reddick

Mimeograph

When we moved to Hahira from Valdosta in 1972, I began attending Hahira Elementary, at that time an old red brick building that had...

Hahira Historical Society Maintenance Fund Campaign

We’re in the Hahira Historical Society building on Lawson Street. I’m chatting with the President of HHS, Tim Coombs. He is a working, Hahira...

In Sickness and In Health: The Regression of Marriage

Years 1-5 One of you gets sick. The other would never dream of moving to the guest room, instead choosing to curl up with...

Megow Kids Say The Darndest Things

How do you think Hahira got its name? Stevie: “Because Hahira Elementary School is here so they named the town Hahira so they wouldn’t have...

Seeking the Right Things to Write —

I’m sitting in front of the computer screen. I know I must write something, but what? “Think,” I tell myself, “Surely there is something...
Hankerins with Niles Reddick

Trip to Hahira Smith Hospital

While at Lowndes High, I worked at Hahira's Tasty World at Days Inn by the interstate for minimum wage. Then, it was $3.35 per...

The Powers That Bee – Hahira’s 36th Honey Bee Festival

   It’s that time again!   The 36th Honey Bee Festival is almost here.  The Powers to Bee are hard at work.  When the first...
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