There is a large, heavy, vintage guest book that has been passed on for over 100 years for Georgia School for the Deaf alumni, faculty, and friends to sign at major celebrations. We brought the book out for signatures only twice, the 50th and 100th anniversary celebrations. The book was forgotten during the 150th and 160th celebrations.

We must cherish our history and make sure the stories are passed on.

Adonia K. Smith is a Cedartown native who resides in Cave Spring. She owns ASL Rose, a company that serves the heart of Deaf education, and is active in the Georgia School for the Deaf Alumni Association. Email her at adonia@ASLrose.com.

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