History Of Tybee Island

Dated: 11/06/2017

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Come celebrate the history and uniqueness of Tybee Island. Hear Jane Coslick’s story of restoring her colorful cottages. Hear Bobby Chu talk about his family’s amazing success story on Tybee. Listen to Sarah Jones, executive director of the Tybee Island Light Station talk about the island’s Historic landmarks. Listen to memories of many other long-time residents. Add your story to the mix.

It’s a fun afternoon filled with the stories of the people and places on the island known as Tybee, sponsored by the Tybee Island Historic Preservation Commission and the City of Tybee Island.

For information, or to get on the program and share your story, call Dottie Kluttz,912-786-4210 

Sun. Nov. 12, 4 pm. A free event


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Information is from the Tybee Island web page

Photo is from the Armstrong University web page

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Jenny Rutherford

Meet Jenny Rutherford Jenny Rutherford Real Estate, LLC. Where did you grow up? I grew up on a farm at the base of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Virginia. I've lived in several states, including Virgi....

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