Sunflower Plantation Reunion a family affair


Celia Williamson may not have been born on or raised on the Sunflower Plantation like many of those who attended the June 2 reunion, but she is still part of the family.

And according to her, that’s how everyone associated with the agricultural estate sees the other, as family - not necessarily blood-related but family all the same.

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