"Pie Lady" of Reddick Celebrates A Century of Life
REDDICK- On Saturday, a Reddick woman celebrated a century of life.
Edina Harris has turned 100 years young and is known around the area as
Auntie, Sister Harris and Ms. Harris.
"I can't express it, it means a whole lot to me because I do believe that they care,” said Harris.
Harris has been a resident of Reddick since 1935 where she served
as an educator for 47 years.
While in Reddick, Edina gained the name the pie lady; by making pies and selling them around the area, known
most for her peach and sweet potato pies.
For her years as an educator, Edina received a letter from President Obama
and the first lady and another from the secretary of education.
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