Tammy Jackson moved to Schoona Bottom, located in the far eastern section of Calhoun County, in 1995. It was a place she had visited all her life on holidays and in the summers.
Walter Armstrong’s upbringing taught him to appreciate things.
Brenda Winter witnessed some great views during her career of traveling with Kellwood, but today her favorite is from her back patio looking over her large collection of blooming plants.
Steve Bryant of the Old Town Community has been growing vegetables virtually his entire life. “We had big work horses when I was a kid, and I plowed behind them for days,” Bryant said. “That’s all we had, what we raised.”
Ruth Cole has seen and done almost everything when it comes to interior decorating during her half-century of business in Calhoun City.
Vardaman First Baptist pastor Archie Goodwin grew up on motorcycles, evolving from dirt bikes as a kid to street bikes as an adult.
“I’ve just always loved it,” Goodwin said.
Tito Lopez spent much of his youth trying to protect himself. He’s now passionate about his career of trying to protect others.
Taste, freshness, and authenticity – those are the characteristics that Alex Gracia says separates his tortillas from others you might find in this area.
Fresh vegetables, baked goods, good music and lots of fellowship are bringing people out to the Bruce and Calhoun City squares each Wednesday and Thursday both to shop and sell.
Many people enjoy family reunions this time of year, but few have the impact of the ones Shirley Bratton of Calhoun City has experienced.