This article is a bit different than most I write for my column,” Southern with a Gulf Coast accent.” The story resulted when I met a beautiful young girl who I thought must be on her way to college. Little did I know what bravery her future plans involved.
Strong connections are being forged as parents across the country share the time – honored ritual of helping their children pack for college. Joining this rite of passage, Fairhope residents Shaul and Joy Antar are also helping their daughter gather items she’ll need for her journey, but instead of packing sundresses and sandals for sorority rush, Simcha will be packing only her basic necessities as she reports for duty in the Israeli Army.
The 2012 graduate of Fairhope High School is now 21 years old and was born and raised in small town Alabama, but because . . . CLICK HERE to read more.
“Southern with a Gulf Coast Accent” can be found in these fine newspapers: The Courier, The Foley Onlooker, The Islander, The Baldwin Times, The Independent, and now . . . CLICK HERE to see an extra story at my new home in the Sumter Item!