Throw Back Thursday!!!
by Whitley Clifton | February 14, 2019 3:08 pm
In honor of Throw Back Thursday, I stepped in our back room to take a look back in time! Wondering what happened the year of 1993 (26 years ago), the year I was born (I’m showing my age now), this is what I found!
Hope you enjoy this Throw Back Thursday! —Whit
Marine Christopher M. Peacock was promoted to the rank of staff sergeant NCO.
Mr. and Mrs. F.H. Cadle celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary.
Alison Johnson was named Miss ECI
Joyce Watkins of Twin City was chosen as a state finalist in American Coed pageant
Brandon Beasley celebrated his 4th birthday
Renee Mitchell was crowned Ms. Swainsboro Tech.
Citizens Bank’s Throwback Thursday to 1913. At this time in 1993, this establishment was 79 years old. This year marks 105!
One of my favorite men, and my son’s very best friend and grandfather, Donnie Price (or Papa Donnie as we call him!) Price speaks with ECI forestry students on procedures used by forestry unity to control wildfires. This class was taught by John Allen Bailey. Students included in picture are Jeff McBride, Jeremy Gay, April Woods, and Athen Walden.
Njabulo Mabaso discusses Black History at EGC meet.
Kelly Hall was named Junior Miss ECI
Many may know this woman and her love for animals. Pictured is Shari Watt promoting “Buy a Block for Spot.” Donations were $1 and funds were used to buy blocks for the Animal Shelter.
Brittany Bell celebrates her first birthday! Brittany Bell is now known as Brittany Wren.
Lucky fisherman Alan Newsome of Kite catches largemouth bass while fishing at a private lake near Soperton. Alan is my uncle, so of course, my heart smiled seeing a relative make the news! He’s always been a fisherman, us Newsome’s love to fish!
Elizabeth Lawson celebrated her sixth birthday.
Willie R. Bell also gets a promotion in the Marine Corps.
Tiffany Davis wins county spelling bee!
DEA basketball player Alison Williams scored her 1,000 point against Frederica Academy.
Plaza/Pavilion gives a new face to The Boneyard! It still stands in its original setting today, where it’s the hot spot for multiple events.
Dixon’s host ribbon cutting at Twin City’s Hardware and Supply Store.