County High School Reunion
- I personally am amazed
have all gone through some major changes through the years. Even
though I graduated in 1976 from Habersham High School, my heart
has always been with the White County High class of '77.
I personally am intrigued by the rumor that I had to leave White
County High school because I was pregnant.
LOL - that wasn't the case.
My dad, Grady R. Lewis was given a position as assistant administrator
of Alto State Prison located in Alto, GA which happened to move
me to Habersham County High School. The state gave dad a house to
move in to that was close to the prison. That is why we moved from
I hated to leave White County High. I had been there all my life.
But that is how small communities are. Gossip is as common as blood.
No one from White County (except a few close friends) knew that
I graduated at 15 years of age from Habersham County High with honors
in 1996 and immediately went to NCSU (North Carolina State University)
as the youngest full time student in the history of NCSU.
So - that is the truth of the matter. And the rest is now history
as well. 30 more years of history! History includes my first and
only marriage to Eric J. Hill in 1987, the birth of our son in 1990
and the births of our twin daughters in 1992.
I opened my computer programming business in 1996. I have business
in Columbia, South Carolina and outside of Raleigh, North Carolina.
We are currently planning the launch of a 3rd business in 2007.
I'll be at the 30th reunion of White County High School.
PLEASE let me know if you'll be there and PLEASE email
me. I want to see EVERYONE!!!