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This issue: Courage, legacy and a serious urge to groove
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Spring is just around the corner and boy, are we ready for it. This winter has been like a roller coaster ride, as we’ve reached for our coats one day and thrown them aside the next. We’re just looking forward to warmer temperatures and all the beauty that spring ushers in.

We are thrilled to have you along for the ride with this issue. It’s exciting stuff! Our cover feature this month is on Jason Beard and The KT Team. What a fantastic story of inspiration Jason is, as well as his friends and family. Enjoy reading their story — we know you’ll be inspired and encouraged.

Our Everyday Hero this month is Jennifer Davis. She’s found her servant heart, and we know you’ll be inspired to also reach beyond yourself to give back to the community. Jennifer gives so much of her time and energy to help local organizations, and she’s a blessing to each of them.

We are also featuring Statesboro High School teacher and local arts legend Eddie Frazier, who has a ONE: series concert scheduled for Feb. 28. His legacy as a teacher and mentor at SHS is tremendous, and we’re excited to shine the spotlight on him.

If you attend Georgia Southern basketball games, you’ve seen the dancing dude, Mark Garno. We had a sit-down with him to find out how he found his groove. Enjoy! We are also featuring another “boss” boss, the dynamic duo of Ben and Lauren Ross at Forest Heights Pharmacy.

And last, we feature Willow Hill Heritage & Renaissance Center and all that they continue to do in the Willow Hill community and beyond. There are lots of exciting things happening there in 2020, so you’ll want to be sure to take note.

We hope you that after reading this issue, you are inspired to think and do outside the box — just like the great folks you’ve met in Discovering Bulloch!