This month’s issue is all about women’s health. We’re shining a spotlight on the second annual SHE Expo, being held this year at Ogeechee Tech. Be sure to attend. It will be a great event with a ton of great information.
We’ve also spent some time this month talking with a breast cancer survivor, a single mom, couples who have faced infertility, and one of Statesboro’s most beloved citizens, Nan Rushing, who talked with our writer about growing old gracefully with a sense of humor. You won’t want to miss a word any of these folks said, and you’ll want to be sure to read their stories. They are full of grit, determination, humor and strength.
We also invite you to make sure to pay attention to the calendar in this issue. There’s a lot going on in the Boro during the months of February and March, and you’ll want to get a jump on all of it. Pay attention, in particular, to what’s coming up on the arts scene. There are some great shows coming up, including the annual Statesboro Voice competition, with the semifinals to be held March 8. This competition is fierce, and so much fun for the audience to be a part of. Make plans to be there now!
We hope you’re enjoying Discovering Bulloch, and we hope you’ll remember that we’re always looking for Everyday Heroes. If you know of someone who deserves to be recognized for what they do in the community, e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I’d love to hear from you!