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50 for 50 – Trying to ‘Out Give God’ in a Single Day

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50 for 50 – Trying to ‘Out Give God’ in a Single Day

This past year, as I approached my 50th birthday, I began reflecting on my life.  I looked back at the victories I have had through the years both personally and professionally and attempted to discover the common thread of my successes.  There are so many people who have played a role in shaping my life.  Many of them entered my world as strangers but now have become lifelong friends.  I could begin listing people, events and circumstances that have powerfully impacted me and it would quickly become unyielding and boring to most of you...

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Edie Grace’s First Day of School – 10th Grade SHS

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Edie Grace’s First Day of School – 10th Grade SHS

Isn’t it fun how traditions begin so simply, yet become so wonderfully fun?  It seems like just yesterday, that I was buckling up Edie Grace into her car seat for her first day of school.  Now she is driving.  How amazingly fast is time moving.  Lori and I are so proud of the remarkable young woman Edie Grace is growing into.  She spent her summer babysitting and working with Free Spirit Pottery helping with summer camps.  In addition to some fun and educational travel like White Water Rafting, and attending the Miss Georgia pageant...

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It is Time to Invest in a Lori Grice Portrait

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It is Time to Invest in a Lori Grice Portrait

For nearly three decades, Mothers and Grandmothers throughout the South have celebrated and honored their families through Lori Grice portraits.  Each of them will tell you that Lori’s portraits transform their houses into homes.  Honored internationally, recognized regionally, celebrated locally and valued extensively by her clients throughout the South, Lori Grice’s artistry will emotionally impact you in unimaginable ways.  Anyone can take your picture but Lori Grice will tell your story for generations to admire and enjoy. Long time Lori...

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Remembering Sheila Piper Stubbs

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Remembering Sheila Piper Stubbs

In remembering the first time my cousin Dale introduced me to Sheila Piper,  almost thirty years ago, it seems like just yesterday.  She was beautiful, witty, smart and as charming as they come.  Dale was pretty taken by this amazingly special lady and we all could understand why.  She was born a few months before me and Dale convinced her to marry him a few months after Lori and I were married.  Their wedding was the first wedding we attended as a newly married couple and it was our first Catholic wedding.  We joked for years about how much...

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Happy 15th Birthday Edie Grace Grice

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Happy 15th Birthday Edie Grace Grice

Today we celebrate Edie Grace’s 15th birthday.  It simply does not seem like she can be 15.  Most of you still remember her as that miracle baby that completed her mom and I.  We thought it would be fun to look back at the past 15 amazing years with the most perfect daughter God could ever give us.  She came into the world with a bang and has not slowed down since.  She is a perfect mixture of her mom and I in every way.  We are amazed by her loving and giving heart and how passionate she is about making the world a better place for...

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Nothing pleases Mom more than a Lori Grice Family Portrait

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Nothing pleases Mom more than a Lori Grice Family Portrait

How will your grandchildren’s children remember you? The older we get, the more we understand that our greatest role in life is to be a great parent. Many of us become so focused on this goal that we sometimes forget to enjoy the journey along the way. For the past three decades, Lori Grice has been documenting, artistically the legacy, love and endurance of families with a family portrait. “There is no responsibility greater than capturing a child or a family and freezing a wonderful moment in time, knowing that generations will...

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Edie Grace Grice honored as an American Red Cross Youth Hero

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Edie Grace Grice honored as an American Red Cross Youth Hero

Edie Grace has a wonderful heart for giving and as parents, nothing makes us more proud.  Today, WTOC TV’s Dal Cannady and the American Red Cross recognized Edie Grace for her volunteer efforts, along with eleven other youth from the area.  It was a impressively, deserving group of young adults.  We are grateful and honored that the American Red Cross selected Edie Grace as one of these Youth Hero’s for 2016.  Below is the complete press release. The American Red Cross of Southeast and Coastal Georgia hosted the 4th Annual Youth...

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Statesboro Herald – 20 under 40 Awards – 2016

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Statesboro Herald – 20 under 40 Awards – 2016

Below is a video that will be viewed at tonight’s reception honoring these outstanding citizens.  Congratulations to the Statesboro Herald 2016 – 20 under 40 Awardees. This year marks our seventh year in partnering with the Statesboro Herald on this important recognition for our communities leaders.  As in the past years these leaders do not disappoint.  It is a strong group and great example of everything that is great about Americas Best Community – Statesboro, GA.  Click on the image and it will take you to the online...

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Life: Full Circle….FAST!

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Life: Full Circle….FAST!

I remember how incredibly nervous I was 33 years ago this month when my grandmother Betty Grice took me to get my drivers license.  It really proved to be not that big of a deal.  Everything went well and fortunately, my years of driving have been pretty uneventful.  Today my mother, aunt and I accompanied my 84 year old grandmother (who I call mom because she is truly my second mom) to renew her license for what she thinks may be the last time.  For weeks she has prepared paperwork and pretty much aggravated my best friend, Judge Darin...

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“The Photography of Lori Grice” opens Friday at the Averitt Center for the Arts

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“The Photography of Lori Grice” opens Friday at the Averitt Center for the Arts

  Being known for portrait photography, I thought it would be fun to expose the “other” side of my work through this show.   The best way to perfect your talent or skill is through juried print competitions.  It was through this process that I discovered the additional challenge of stepping away from my comfort zone and creating images that I had total creative freedom.  Two things along the journey really impacted my work tremendously.  The first was the birth of my daughter and the second was the diagnosis of cancer only 14 months...

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