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The City of Southern Living From the Publisher From the Publisher

Moultrie Magazine Locally Owned and Operated

Volume 5 Issue 4 Fall 2011 Publishers

Hello Friends! We are about to enter into one of my favorite times of the year –– fall. Cooler temperatures, changing leaves and so much more make this time of year a delight.

Recently I was involved in a car acci-

dent. Thankfully, the person responsible and I both walked away without injury.


was the first accident I have ever been in, and I certainly hope it will be the last. It was a very frightening experience that I will not soon forget, but it could have been much worse.

I have always been a man of faith, and there is no doubt in my mind that God was watching over me that day. My point is that we shouldn’’t take a day for granted. Get out and enjoy life with your family and friends. We all have so much to be thankful for and have been blessed in many ways.

While you are enjoying life and being thankful, sit back and enjoy this fall issue of Moultrie Magazine. From the article on Eagles of America and the home of Larry and Fran Franklin to a fantastic local soccer program and the daylilies of Freddie and Becky Potts, there is so much to read in this issue. One of the things I enjoy most about this magazine is meeting all the wonderful people who call Moul- trie home.

We truly hope you enjoy every page! Heath Dorminey Publisher

Greetings! When I think of the south and Moultrie, my hometown, I remember the movie Gone with the Wind. Te beautiful oak trees and hanging Spanish moss as well as the magnolias and honeysuckle all remind me of a time gone by. Te southern white- column plantation and Mr. Bud Vereen's home on South Main always take me back to a different era. Moultrie Magazine, along with Larry and Fran Franklin, are proud to showcase this beautiful home. It is truly one of our most beautiful land- marks in Moultrie. It’s a home of charm and beauty that remains a big part of our rich history. I trust you will enjoy seeing it as much as we enjoyed photographing it. As always, we have several great articles

for you to read including a brand new Q&A feature beginning with Alyse Futch. Tanks again to all of our advertisers. Without them, this publication would be impossible to produce. Please visit their businesses and thank them for advertising in Moultrie Magazine. See you soon! Jim Hill Publisher

Heath Dorminey Jim Hill Editor

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Graphic Design Heath Dorminey

Contributing Photographers Heath Dorminey Alyse Futch

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Contributing Writers Allen Edwards

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