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Richmond Hill Reflections is a magazine dedicated to the Richmond Hill community, showcasing the beauty of the unique characteristics that make us who we are: the special and diverse people, the breathtaking land, the deep-rooted and sensational history, the happenings of the day and the vision for the future.

These are the characteristics that have kept families here for generations, brought in new ones from far and wide, and have led people who could live anywhere in the world to make Richmond Hill home.

All five issues cover current events and news, community developments, history, interesting and influential local people, organizations and businesses, homes and gardens, food and entertaining, outdoor opportunities, points of interest, upcoming events and other special features.

Launched in 2005, Richmond Hill Reflections continues to offer a magical blend of stories celebrating all that is fascinating about the very distinct and exceptional lifestyle this town provides.

In 2015, we decided to merge with the leading local online community website, Richmond Hill GA LIVE. Together, we bring you THE Community Calendar, the one and only place to find anything and everything going on in town. Post your events free, sign up for weekly e-newsletters, and never miss a local event again! In addition, we offer information about Richmond Hill, an event photo gallery, and the online version of our magazine, virtual tours and so much more. We truly hope you find what you are looking for!

Our Team Members

Paige Glazer
Paige GlazerPublisher
I feel a very strong connection to Richmond Hill- past, present, and future. My parents and I, me at 3 weeks old, were the 611th family to call this charming place home. [Read More…]
Suzanne Brant Chumley
Suzanne Brant ChumleyBusiness Manager
My family moved to Richmond Hill in 1984 when I was in the first grade. I remember what this small town used to look like and seeing how it has transformed is very exciting to me. Richmond Hill is now a much larger town, but still encompasses the small town feel that we all love.
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Ashley Rahn
Ashley RahnAccount Executive
I have always had a passion for community involvement. Ever since I was in grade school, I participated in every extra-circular activity and organization that I could fit into my schedule. [Read More…]
Mary Henderson
Mary HendersonAssistant Editor
I feel privileged to say I was born and raised in Richmond Hill. I spent my childhood swinging on the branches of Live Oak trees, jumping into the waters of the Ogeechee River. [Read More…]

Beth Smithberger
Beth SmithbergerCobblestone Photography
I’ve been a professional photographer for 20 years. I was always the nerdy, fat kid who hated having her picture taken. Solution…be the photographer! [Read More…]
Patti Todd
Patti ToddPatti Todd Photography
I have always loved taking pictures, however, I never knew this would be my career. My family moved to Richmond Hill in 1985. Growing up my Dad has always told me “If you put your mind to it, you can do it”. [Read More…]