I hope you are jingling ALL the bells this holiday season. After last year’s dismal holiday due to the Virus That Shall Not Be Named, we all deserve a jolly good time. And I hope and pray you get yours with all those dearest to your hearts.
We love the holiday issue each year, because we get to tell some warm and fuzzy holiday stories, as well as inspiring. In this issue, our cover is graced by Curtis Gay, who is a true giver and lover of his community. He gives back to so many, especially during the holiday season.
Speaking of giving back, we are featuring some of the volunteers at TMT Farms, which everyone in the Boro knows as the place to be during the holiday season. If you haven’t experienced the drive-thru Christmas lights out there, get in your car and go. Now. Seriously. Go on!
We also have a feature on one of Bulloch County’s farmers, Roy Mosley. He’s a hardworking Bulloch native who is doing great things on his family farm. You’ll love reading about him and his family, and the good stuff he’s up to.
And last, read about Beth Simmons, who is the Chief Quality Officer at East Georgia Regional Medical Center. She has been instrumental in the planning for the care of COVID patients at the facility, as well as looking after employees. She doesn’t want the spotlight, but she is certainly deserving.
Enjoy this issue with a cup of warm cider or hot chocolate…and it’s okay to read it by the lights of your Christmas tree. Happy holidays!