Richmond Hill Magazine Celebrates its First Anniversary

Had to post about the great time I had at the First Anniversary Party of The Richmond Hill Magazine. We all got together at Jack’s Hydeway and it was a lot of fun.

Here is Julie Hales, Publisher, with Jack Hyde, featured in the upcoming magazine, Lynette Tuck, Account Representative, and Todd Wood, Editor.

Many of the ladies from the Richmond Hill Women’s Business Alliance were there too.

The crew at the Richmond Hill Magazine has done a wonderful job showcasing local businesses, people, events and places.

The announcement was made that the Magazine would be shifting from its quarterly time line to a bimonthly publication.

With all that coverage, we can’t wait to see who shows up at next year’s party!

Comments

  1. Carrie Blackburn says:

    Oh LAWD, they put Jack & his lady in the moon on the front of their anniversary issue. Bless his heart! I wish I could have been at that party. Heard it was a blast.

  2. Daniel M. McIntyre says:

    you did a article about Megledon sharks teeth… how do I get a few copies. I want to use this information in school reports.
    Thanks
    Daniel McIntyre
    How much do the magazines cost

  3. Will Rhyne says:

    Hello,
    My name is Will Rhyne and I am writing with a potential story. I am a Richmond HIll graduate that has been planning a thru hike on the Appalachian Trail. I have been planning my thru hike for two years now. I started hiking in the Boy Scouts, and have been going on trips ever time i got a break in school to recharge the batteries and reignite the passionate fire of love that i hold for the wild life that is out there. The community knows me as the reptile kid, i have a fairly large base of people that I have convinced to call me if they have a snake or gator that needs removing and i come handle them animal free of charge. I absolutely love nature and the feeling of freedom i feel when I am out there.
    I was extremely blessed to have been brought up by two very loving christian people Rex and Beth Rhyne, they have been so supportive with every thing I do. While all of my peers were all getting together in March and April of 2009 going over who is going to what college or who is going to be rooming with whom, i was getting to together my basis of planning for my adventure into the wilderness. The planning that I go through for even my small 5 to 8 day trips is pretty meticulous, so the planning that i have been doing for my thru hike has been a trip within its self.
    The Appalachain Trail is the smallest of the three big trails in The United States of America stretching 2,176.2 miles long. The Appalachian Trail ( AT ) starts in Dawsonville,GA in Amicalola Falls State Park and winds through mountain towns and national forest all the way to Baxtor State Park in Maine. I expect the trail will take me five to five and half months to hike, in this time i will be doing both mail drops and resupply. Mail drops is where you mail supplies ( batteries, food, soap, ect.) to post offices near the trail and hike to pick them up. Resupply is where you carry money to resupply your gear, food, even get a hotel on those nasty weather nights.
    To prepare myself i took the time to travel up to Western North Carolina, to take a Wilderness First Responder course ( i thought it might be a nice skill setting to have while im out there ). I have another course in atlanta that i will be traveling to take to further prepare me for the long hike. I also have been physically training myself by going to the gym.
    This is gonna be a very large adventure and a very important part of my life, and i would appreciate all the support i can get from the community. Im thinking about sending letters home once a week to let people know how I am doing and what is going on. If this article is something that you would be interested in putting in your publication please contact me.

    Will Rhyne 912-247-5807
    64 McNeill Tr., Richmond Hill, Ga, 31324

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