Above: Savannah White was a guest on Tuesday’s Hometown Headlines Radio Edition on WRGA 98.7 FM. Please click to hear the interview.
A blast from the past: An idea session to make Christmas “extra special” courtesy of the Greater Rome Convention and Visitors Bureau ended with a little bit of a time warp.
Savannah White, a media specialist with the agency, already had a deep appreciation of vintage outfits. It stems from her interest in all things from the ’30s and ’40s as well as some great antique shopping and loans from “generous coworkers.” Also of help: colleagues from the Berry College’s theater department (she’s a Berry graduate).
Add an extensive photo shoots across Rome, Cave Spring and other Floyd County landmarks and you get The Rome Christmas Spirit series. The 19th post goes up today and they’ll continue through Christmas Day, Dec. 25. For additional photos and summaries, please click Rome’s Christmas Past.
By the way, the exceptional photos are by Savannah’s mother, Kimberly White. Mom likewise worked with Savannah on her hair, makeup and stationing. For more, please click Instgram.
A source of Roman pride throughout the years, the clocktower has always stood,
atop a hill, standing still,
ever bringing us closer to that special time of year.
And when it chimes it is the people that stand still in awe, for despite passing time, our clocktower has remained. –
8/25 The Rome Christmas Spirit Series.
The Clocktower, Rome, Georgia.
Additional photos and summaries. Click Rome’s Christmas Past.
Savannah is a Berry College Alumni who enjoys riding horses and vintage shopping. During her leisure time she can be found in a museum or reading a book. Her favorite genres are spy and mystery novels. She loves traveling to Rome’s historical locations and learning about its unique history.