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This issue was fun to put together, y’all. We got to spend some time with the cutest dog you’ve ever seen, talk with people who have built their businesses from the ground up, and we’ve heard about having a passion for what you love, and putting feet to those passions.

Our cover story this issue is on Greg Kearney. You may have experienced his soaps, or you may have heard his music, but maybe you haven’t heard his story. We’re happy to tell how he’s come so far, and how his experience is helping others.

We’re also featuring a story on the sisters behind one of the Boro’s newest eateries, Lazar Oglesby and Mary Beth Brown. Their sister bond is strong, and their love for what they do shows in every bite their customers take. In addition, we have a feature on local theater legend Carol Thompson. You may remember her for some of the roles she’s played in the spotlight, but you may not know what she’s done behind the scenes for the arts in the Boro. 

Last, we have a feature story on one of Statesboro’s cutest residents, Oakley. He’s the newest staff member at Deal Funeral Directors, and you might even say the cutest. He’s certainly the most dapper. Read all about Oakley and his mom, Laura Moore, and what they do for local residents during some of their most difficult times. 

We hope that you enjoy this issue, and that you’ll let us know what you think. Tell us who you’d like to see featured…we always love hearing from you. 

Enjoy spring in the Boro!