Thirty years ago this week June 28, 1984

Wakefield/Kilbourn family reunion in Apalachicola 1984

Wakefield/Kilbourn family reunion in Apalachicola 1984

Florida Memory Project
Published: Wednesday, June 25, 2014 at 02:13 PM.

What was going on in the county 30 years ago this week?

There were 400 fulltime residents on St. George Island .

The Apalachicola A&P store had just held their going out of business sale, with 30 percent off all packaged items except tobacco.

The Wilson family of Apalachicola held a reunion at Fort Gadsden State Park that was covered in a feature article in the Times.

Hardee’s announced they would be open 24 hours a day from July 2 through 5 to accommodate holiday visitors for Independence Day.

The Seafood Reef west of Apalachicola on US 98 was looking for help and offered good pay, good benefits and an insurance plan.

Future Citizens for the Week were Chris and Chasity Richards, ages 4 and 8 years old.



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