We are proud to announce the events and appearances of our Scribblers!
August 27th – Julie and Rick did Zoom Presentation for Lyman Hall Chapter S.A.R.
September 3rd – Live Interview with Julie and Rick Clarke at 7:30 pm with Vickie at https://www.facebook.com/SouthernPenBookshop/
September 19-20th - Donna Barron and Julie Clarke will have booth at Civil War Re-enactment in Gallant, AL “Raid on Little Generals Farm” at Haessly Farms
Claire Hertzler talks “The High Sheriff of Greene,” with Harbor Club Book Clubs, combined meeting, March 5, 2020, Lake Oconee, Greensboro, GA. These folks were eager to read and learn about the history that happened all around them. Hertzler found it fun to interact with such an enthusiastic group.
Chad Hale (b. 1945) grew up in the South and has pastored in urban Atlanta, GA most of his adult life. He is an early pioneer of food cooperatives for low-income families and the founder and former Exec. Director of Urban Recipe (urbanrecipe.org). Much of his work has centered around how the church might be faithful working in situations of poverty; his efforts have focused on creating oases of food security and supportive community for people under stress. He is the pastor of Georgia Avenue Church in Grant Park, Atlanta. "Forgive Us This Day Our Daily Bread" is his first book. One of the pictures here shows him with Ella Duffy Haynes, friend and colleague in the formation of food co-ops for low-income families.
The picture of the author with hat is by Johnathon Kelso.