All Roads Lead to Tucker Georgia, written by former Tucker resident Helen Diane Story, will take you on a journey through Southern Charm and Wit, all the while learning what is truly important in life. Hear the words of a no nonsense Southern mother tell her daughter, “Girl, no matter where you are in life, you’ll never be lost as long …
It was a great day with about 120 visitors to all the gardens. We thank our sponsors, ticket outlets, volunteers and gardeners for their support to make this a wonderful community event! Gardens are being visited this summer for next years tour, please email us if you would like for our committee to visit you and your garden.
Be sure to join us for the Annual Tucker Garden Tour on May 17th, 2014. The tour offers five private gardens and the Master Gardener’s Butterfly Garden at Browning Courthouse.
Welcome to the new home of the Tucker Historical Society! We are working hard to get our new site running and hope you will find it both useful and enjoyable.
There’s an old saying: “Life in a small town is as fun as you want to make it.” And when you meet a man like M. L. Johns, you know it’s true. Mr. Johns has lived, worked and played in and around Tucker his whole life. He’s a descendant of the Johns family, pioneer farmers and merchants of the Pea Ridge community, more commonly known as Rehobeth.