From the Annals of 1958
The Rev. Ray Averitt of St. James Episcopal Church of Eufala, Ala. accepted a call to become rector of the St. George’s Episcopal Church in Griffin.
Judge and Mrs. W.H. Beck Jr. left for California to attend the national convention of Exchange Clubs.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Johnson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Gardener attended the second anniversary of the Harbor in LaGrange.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Crawford spent the day in Atlanta with friends.
Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Sewell visited Mr. F.W. Rice and family over the weekend.
Dr. and Mrs. Robert L. Green and son, Bob, spent the weekend with their mother and grandmother, Mrs. Ruth M. Cowant.
Joe Ellison visited his mother, Mrs. F.W. Price and family.
Baron Cumming, captain of the Griffin Eagles, was selected Player of The Week. He was considered an all-state candidate by the Griffin High Coaching staff.
Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Busbin, Lamar Jr. and Rawlins Busbin were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Williams, Wanda, Robert and Frank Williams on Teamon Road.
Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Moore and Misses Mary Lois and Lynda Moore were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. B.C. Hill in Zebulon.
From the Annals of 1986
Thirteen-year-old Quddus Varner of Spalding High Unit II was the youngest student to enroll at Georgia State University.
The Griffin Association of Life Underwriters elected new leaders including Greg Rosenthal, Bill McGaha, Arthur Lesser and Harold Garner.
Sixth grade students who earned the A-B Honor Roll at Beaverbrook Elementary School were Tim Turner, Donna Chosewood, Brian Johnson, Brian Lee, Becky Adams, Shannon Studle, Alisia Blessitt, Heather Jett and Joe Dickerson.
Tech Sgt. Charles O. Boothe, the son of Woodrow and Helen Boothe, was decorated with the second award of the Air Force Commendation Medal at Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla.
From the Annals of 1998
Beaverbrook Elementary student Ron John said the accomplishment he was most proud of was earning a physical education award.
Jared Cordova, Linda Andrews and Jonathan Bagley of St. George’s Episcopal Church built a Habitat for Humanity home on Drewery Street.
Jewell Brown was playing canasta at the Spalding County Senior Citizen Center.
Alex Bartholomew and Rodney Story were practicing social studies skills on the Geo Safari.
Navy Master Chief Petty Officer Kevin H. Licursi was stationed aboard the destroyer USS Carney.
From the Annals of 2003
Tashayla Pitts played softball during the Special Olympics tournament at Volunteer Park.
Jewel Bostwick, Audie Ingram, Bryson Bartlett, Shelly Ingram and Josephine Ingram made up five generations of the Ingram family.
Trey Mallett was a member of the Spalding Dirt Dawgs baseball team.
Malcolm Berry attended football camp at Spalding High School.
Members of the 10-and-Under KFC softball team were Kimberly Sear, Amy Davis, Brittany Ward, Abria Trice, Sarah Hemphill, Chinara Starks, Alex Smith, Cara Thornton and Cember Carmichael.
From the Annals of 2007
Orthodontics assistant Becki Thomas was assisting Dr. Charles Lindsey while he performed a brace procedure.
Spalding County Human Resources Director Bill Gay presented five-year service awards to Johnathan Johnson and Tim Crane.
Sharon Huey was organizing “Car Wash For Peace” which would benefit The Fisher House and wounded soldiers.
Helen Hicks and Samantha Smith were members of the Griffin Gators Swim Team.