By allowing ads to appear on this site, you support the local businesses who, in turn, support local journalism.
A reminder that magical times are never lost
Dick Yarbrough
It was a magical time at Saint Simons Island. Of course, any day spent in the Golden Isles is magical, but none were like this. It was a time when a group of us hung our collective hats at St. Simons. We played golf together, shopped together, socialized together and, of course, ate shrimp and other seafood treats together. Our gang included a Superior Court judge, business owners, entrepreneurs, consultants, ministers and assorted others. We were a diverse group, but I have never been associated with people I enjoyed more. We were a family. It was during these days that we met a young couple named Alan and Kim Worthley. They had opened a little restaurant in the village called the Georgia Sea Grill. If the three rules of retail are location, location, location, the Georgia Sea Grill defied them, one and all.