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Tattnall County provides its residents and visitors with a unique blend of history and tradition, and all the amenities one would come to expect from a progressive community poised to embrace the future.
Annual Events
The Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade is held in Glennville on the second Saturday in January.
Tattnall Productions is held the third weekend in January at the Glennville City Auditorium on the campus of the Southeastern Technical College. The professional event showcases talent from all over Tattnall County and the surrounding areas. For information call Nancy Wilson at 912-237-0707 or 912-557-6736 or Marvelle Thompson at 654-3178.
Battle at Manassas - 3rd weekend in March
A Civil War reenactment in Manassas located between Reidsville & Claxton on U.S. Highway 280. Contact Tommy Wallace at 912-557-6649 for questions.
The Annual Easter Egg Hunt is held on the Saturday before Easter Sunday at the Reidsville Middle School and staged at the Reidsville Middle School football field including food and refreshments. For more information, please contact Lenton Brown at (912) 557-1817.Email at or
The Glennville Sweet Onion Festival features arts, crafts, entertainment, and a wide range of foods celebrating the harvest of the Vidalia Sweet Onion. This festival is held on the second Saturday in May at the State Farmers Market in Glennville. For information, please contact Wayne Dasher at (912) 654-3332 or Pam Waters at (912) 654-2515.


The July 4th Celebration will be held at the Tattnall County High School on July 4th sponsored by the Cobbtown, Collins, Glennville, Reidsville and Prison Fire Departments.

September Miss Wiregrass Festival Beauty Pageant - Held Saturday, September 15, 2012 beginning at 2 pm for younger ages and 7 pm for older ages at Tattnall County High School on Highway 57 between Reidsville and Glennville. Open to all contestants. For more information call the Greater Tattnall Chamber of Commerce at 912-557-6323 or 912-288-1132 or visit the website at
Miss Wiregrass Pageant Application 2012.doc
  Wiregrass Festival Golf Tournament - Held at the beautiful Brazell's Creek Golf Course at the Gordonia Alatamaha State Park in Reidsville on Saturday, September 22, 2012 beginning at 8:00 am. Check in at 7:30 am. For more information call the Greater Tattnall Chamber of Commerce at 912-557-6323 or 912-288-1132.
Wiregrass Festival 7th Annual Golf Tournament.doc
  Wiregrass Festival - Being held at the historic Tattnall County Courthouse Square in Reidsville at the corner of Hwy 280 & Hwy 121. Co-sponsored by the Greater Tattnall Chamber of Commerce and the Reidsville Lions Club. To be held on Saturday, September 29, 2012 (back to a one day festival). Parade at 10:00 am. For more information call the Greater Tattnall Chamber of Commerce at 912-557-6323 or 912-288-1132 or visit the website at
Wiregrass Festival Car Show Application 2012.doc
Wiregrass Festival Vendor Application 2012.doc
Collins Fall Festival - Saturday, October 6, 2012 – 11:00 a.m. until – Located at the park in beautiful downtown Collins, Georgia on Highway 121. Activities include delicious food and drinks, arts & crafts vendors and lots of children’s activities plus games for all ages. This year the festival committee is hosting a car and truck event from 2:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. with prizes awarded at 5:00 p.m. If anyone would like more information on the car show, please call Glenda Cowart at 912-693-5802. If you would like to rent a booth for the craft show, please call Diane Singleton at 693-5511.
Farm/City Week is a national observance to promote awareness of the relationship between the farming industry and cities. This event begins on the Friday before Thanksgiving and concludes the day before Thanksgiving Day. Different celebration themes are planned each year. For more information, contact Brenda McCumber at the Farm Bureau of Tattnall County at (912) 557-4789.
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 The primary events in Tattnall County for Christmas are:

  • (Glennville) First Friday in November Christmas Open House is held from 5:00 pm until 8:00 pm in retail shops in town. For information call Pam Waters at 912-654-2515.
  • (Reidsville) Reidsville Christmas Festival and Parade is on November 24th 2012, with Entertainers and Food and Arts and Crafts Vendors on the grounds of the Tattnall County Courthouse. The parade is Saturday, November 24th at 10:00 am. Entertainers, food, and arts and crafts vendors will be after the parade. For information call Eddie Anderson at 237-0896 or Phyllis Anderson at 237-2403.
  • (Cobbtown) Christmas Cobbtown Style is held the first Saturday in December. For information call Cobbtown City Hall at 684-3448.
  • (Reidsville) - 2nd Saturday in December - Join a beautiful memorial celebration at the Reidsville City Cemetery. Over 2,000 candles lit for each grave site and others honored. There is a reading of all names requested. To make a request for your loved one's name to be read, please call Bradley Anderson at Bradley Anderson Funeral Home at 557-6783 or email him at The names read do not necessarily have to be buried at the Reidsville Cemetery.







Arts and Culture
The Glennville-Tattnall Museum
The Glennville-Tattnall Museum is located on Tillman Street in Glennville and was opened in 1994. The museum is located in the former Glennville Elementary two-story school building now located in the former Glennville Elementary two-story school building now on the campus of Southeastern Technical College.

The first exhibit in the museum was a 7' x 24' oil painting by two local artists depicting Glennville homes, businesses and activities of 1915. Exhibits were added in 2004 to showcase the interior of a rural home and several of the industries which sustained early 20th century Georgia. Included in the Glennville-Tattnall Museum is an old time schoolroom complete with students' desks, teacher's desk and blackboard. Students, from various schools come from time to time and sit in the desks and learn of our heritage in Tattnall County. The history of Tattnall County from Cobbtown to Glennville is on display on five time-line panels with photographs of our county's past.

Many of our Tattnall County citizens who have not taken the opportunity to visit the museum have missed seeing the wonderful heritage of Tattnall County. You can visit the museum from 9:00 am until 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday. For additional information, call Dane Bazemore at 912-654-3756 or Juliet Tarver at 912-654-2823. We encourage you to visit the museum.

Alexander Hotel Wins President's Historic Preservation Award
The citizens of Reidsville, Georgia, (population 2,300) formed Tattnall County Preservation, Inc. for the express purpose of acquiring and renovating the Alexander Hotel, circa 1892, a turn-of-the-century downtown building that had once been a center of community life, but that had fallen into disrepair through neglect.

The Alexander Hotel rehabilitation became the town's project, involving all elements of the community, and was completed using only donated labor, materials and funds. Local fundraising efforts included antique auctions, a Victorian Tea, an arts and crafts show, flea markets, and Old South Suppers on the hotel lawn. Almost all cash donations were in small amounts, the largest being $3,000. Labor was donated by the citizenry, with some people investing thousands of hours of their time.

Today the hotel is a civic center for Reidsville and Tattnall County and houses the Greater Tattnall Chamber of Commerce, the Tattnall County Economic Development Authority and the Reidsville Welcome Station. It is presently going through another renovation in 2007.

Jury comment: "This project is a superb example of how a small local community can work together to save a building important to the community's heritage. The National Historic Preservation Act of 1966 particularly stresses the importance of local historic resources, and this effort demonstrates grassroots preservation at its finest."

Civic Organizations
American Legion
708 Georgia Avenue
Glennville, Georgia 30427
Contact: Norman Davidsworth
Beta Sigma Phi
P.O. Box 651
Reidsville, Georgia 30453
Contact: Doloris James
Cobbtown Lions Club
P.O. Box 416
Cobbtown, Georgia 30420
Contact: Larry Collins
Collins Lions Club
P.O. Box 261
Collins, Georgia 30421
Contact: Diane Singleton
Committee for Social Change
P.O. Box 24
Glennville, Georgia 30427
Randall L. King, President
E.E. Foundation, Inc.
P.O. Box 1041
Reidsville, Georgia 30453
Contact: Lenton Brown, Jr.,
CEO and President Easter Egg Hunt,
Thanksgiving and
Toys for Christmas
912-557-1817 or
Glennville Chamber of Commerce
P.O. Box 391
136 S. Main Street
Glennville, Georgia 30427
Linda Griffin
Glennville Garden Club
203 North Caswell
Glennville, Georgia 30427
Contact: Jackie Thomas
Glennville Lions Club
134 S. Veterans Boulevard
Glennville, Georgia 30427
Mickey Anderson, President
Stan Dansby, VPres
Glennville Rotary Club
P.O. Box 126
Glennville, Georgia 30427
Contact: Mr. Charlton Rogers
912-654-4726 Home
912-687-1182 Cell
Glennville Sweet Onion Festival Committee
P.O. Box 218
Glennville, Georgia 30427
Contact: Pam Waters
Glennville VFW #8379
708 Georgia Avenue
Glennville, Georgia 30427
Contact: Norman Davidsworth
Greater Tattnall Chamber of Commerce
P.O. Box 759
Reidsville, Georgia 30453
Contact: Jeanette DeLoach
P.O. Box 1040
Reidsville, Georgia 30453
Contact: Edward Alga Williams
Reidsville Garden Club
P.O. Box 382
Reidsville, Georgia 30453
Contact: Marilyn Cheney
Reidsville Lions Club
P.O. Box 663
Reidsville, Georgia 30453
Contact: Dean Miller, President
Reidsville Rotary Club
P.O. Box 759
Reidsville, Georgia 30453
Contact: David Avery
912-557-6323 or
Reidsville VFW
2091 Highway 280 West (mail)
Reidsville, Georgia 30453
Contact: John Dryden
Sons of Confederate Veterans
Tattnall Invincible Camp #154

P.O. Box 1420
Reidsville, Georgia 30453
Contact: Tommy Wallace
Telephone: 912-557-6649
Tattnall County C.A.R.E.S.
(Cancer Association Relief Effort & Support)
P.O. Box 2356
Reidsville, GA 30453
Kim Y. Tatum, President
Tattnall County Preservation Society
P.O. Box 2012
Reidsville, Georgia 30453
Contact: Ruth Anderson
Tattnall County Shrine Club
P.O. Box 442
Glennville, Georgia 30427
Contact: Walter Hussey
Wiregrass Festival Committee
P.O. Box 759
Reidsville, Georgia 30453
Contact: Jeanette DeLoach
Woodmen of the World
333 Chandler Avenue
Reidsville, Georgia 30453
Contact: Sydney Clifton, President
The Glennville Public Library
408 East Barnard Street
Glennville, GA 30427
(912) 654-3812
To e-mail the library, click HERE .
The Tattnall County Library
129 Tattnall Street
Reidsville, GA 30453
(912) 557-6247
To e-mail the library, click
Print Media

The Glennville Sentinel
105 Barnard Street
Glennville, GA 30427
(912) 654-2515

Fax 654-2527

The Tattnall Journal
114A North Main Street
Reidsville, GA 30453
(912) 557-6761

Fax 557-4132

Radio and Television
P.O. Box 98
Glennville, GA 30427
(912) 654-3580
WRBX 104.1 FM
P.O. Box 69
125 Frier Tuck Circle
Reidsville, GA 30453
Phone: 912-557-4140
FAX: 912-557-4140
Alison Register
General Manager.
Channel 3
Savannah, GA
Channel 11
Savannah, GA
Channel 22
Savannah, GA
TV 46
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