It’s a small southern town where everybody knows everybody else. It’s a place where kids ride their bikes in the streets, where people go to a favorite local diner as much to socialize as to eat and a place where folks step up when one of their own goes down.
I’ve never been to Hiram but I’ve been to plenty of small towns just like it. In fact, I live in one just like it.
So what is it that makes Hiram different…at least this week?
Hiram Georgia…in Paulding County…population 2,331, plus 1…coward.
Last Friday, 79 white crosses were erected along highway 92, on land owned by Hiram, on public land…to remember the 79 Paulding County Georgia residents who gave the ultimate sacrifice while serving our nation….while protecting us all.