November 28, 2011

Same Sweet Girls together again

What better weekend could there be than to join good friends for two days of non-stop reminiscing about college days and catching up on families and friends? Twenty-two lucky Alabama College (University of Montevallo) graduates, of maybe 45 years ago, who call themselves “The Same Sweet Girls,” do just that as they come together twice a year.

The reunions are usually held, one as a spring break at the beach, and the other a fall getaway in the mountains.

However, this year, because several of the girls had not visited the Montevallo campus in a while, they gathered here in October.

Read the full story at shelbycountyreporter.com.

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