Saturday, May 6 from 2-4PM
Georgia Hubley, graduate of Alexandria High School, writes nostalgic and inspirational non-fiction
stories as well as flash fiction. She enjoys sharing remnants of her life, including memories, superstitions and tall tales from her childhood spent on a 70-acre Ohio farm without the modern conveniences of indoor plumbing, electricity, or a telephone. Therefore, she became an avid reader. Her Dad encouraged her to let her imagination run amuck…hence she became a writer.
Once launched into adulthood and with a family of her own, she moved west when her husband’s tour of duty in the Air Force ended. She retired from 20 years in financial management in Silicon Valley to write full time. Her pieces appear in various anthologies, national magazines and newspapers.
In town for the 60th year reunion of Alexandria High School class of 1957, Ms. Hubley will be available to meet in the Library’s Meeting room on Saturday, May 6 from 2-4PM.