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Enjoy the ride with us on Facebook

When people think of Screven County, Georgia, we want them to think of the Sylvania Telephone. We want citizens to know they can always rely on the Telephone to obtain information about their friends and family.
A great way to do that is to link up through social media and we urge you to make the Telephone one of your chosen destinations on Facebook.
As of the printing of this week’s edition of the Telephone, more than 100 with personal ties to our county have become “friends” with the Telephone. That Facebook total was reached within less than a week without any formal announced launch of the site.
While that is impressive, many more of our readers of the print version of the Telephone and the on-line www.sylvaniatelephone.com are on Facebook.
We ask that you join us too.
The following is our posted welcome note July 1 to the community and our extended community beyond county lines of Screven.
“For 132 years, the Sylvania Telephone has provided a weekly printed historical memoir into the lives of Screven Countians. We thank you for your continued support through the generations. Now we are proud to announce that we have added another way for you to stay updated with your community’s news. Along with the Thursday editions of the Telephone and the newspaper’s web site www.sylvaniatelephone.com, we are on Facebook.
As new developments affect your lives in Screven County, Georgia, we will bring it to you in multiple formats -- both print and electronic.
Again thanks for reading the Telephone, your state and national award-winning publication from Southeast Georgia, and come along with us as we advance forward into our next 132 years of documenting our county’s history.”
As the lives of the Screven County residents are updated with each of your personal posts, the Telephone staff will keep you abreast of the news in your community.
Our staff will preview the upcoming issue of the Telephone, provide photographs of the youth in your community, and update the calendar of future events.
In 1879, a newspaper was started in Screven County and people wondered what its name should be. Then a lady suggested that the paper be called the Telephone so everyone in the community could have a Telephone.
The first actual communications device created by Alexander Graham Bell would not arrive in the county until 25 years after the Telephone began publication.
That was then and this is now.
These days technology does not take years to appear. It happens instantaneously.
Thank you for reading the Telephone to find out the latest about your neighbors.
The Telephone will continue to publish its print edition. However, now we can give you much more.
Peruse the printed pages of the Telephone and then visit the newspaper on Facebook and at www.sylvaniatelephone.com to enjoy the advancement of technology with us.