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First Baptist member finds new calling
Octogenarian Betty Reaves now plays in the dirt
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Octogenarian and Statesboro resident Betty Reaves creates masterpieces in her landscape supervisor positions in Lake Yale, Florida, and Ridgecrest, North Carolina. She scoots around in a "gator" while she is on property and drives a 34-foot RV to get from her home in Statesboro to her assignments away from home. - photo by Special
Octogenarian Betty Reaves recently packed up her 34-foot RV and headed south for the winter, driving from Ridgecrest, N.C. – her spring and summer home – to her home without wheels in Statesboro. Reaves is a longtime resident of Statesboro, and longtime member of First Baptist Church, worked at Georgia Southern University as secretary to the vice president of Student Affairs for many years. She and husband George raised their three children here, Paul Reaves, now married to Lynn, and twins Alan Reaves and Ann Hill, married to Betsy and Joe, respectively.
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