The descendents of the Hall-Kornegay family gathered together in unity to preserve their Heritage by sharing stories, memories of events and relationships of the past and present. The three day event was a memorable celebration of FAITH, FRIENDS and FAMILY.
The most important things in life aren’t things. The most important things in life are the relationships we have with others, the tender moments we share, the service we render and making a positive difference in the world around us.
“Like branches on a tree, our lives may grow in different directions yet our roots remain as one.” -Author Unknown
The Honorable Mayor Cornell Harvey of Brunswick Georgia presented Proclamations from the City of Brunswick and Greetings on behalf of Congresswoman Corrine Brown and the constituents of the Fifth Congressional District of Florida to the oldest family member, Henrietta A. Haynes Wolfe. Glorster “BUCK” Buchanan were honored as the oldest African American
males on Saint Simons Island and Celia Buchanan is the oldest African American native of Saint Simons Island, Georgia.
Florida/Georgia Star Angela Favors-Morrell was in attendance. She introduced the Honorable Mayor Harvey and gave words of appreciation and recognition to the Florida Star News Photo Journalist Frank Powell during this gathering of his family’s 21st Hall-Kornegay Reunion. Congratulations to Jurad A. Hill, Chairperson! It was absolutely a perfect weekend which was held at Epworth by the Sea Resort, St. Simons Island Pier and culminated with “Farewell Dinner” at Archers Country Buffet in Brunswick, Georgia.