Ann is originally from Gadsden AL and brings her 22 years of experience as a Real
Estate Auction professional to Poss Realty . Ann is a member of the Kiwanis Club of Rabun County , serves on the Executive Board of Keep Rabun Beautiful , and Rhapsody in Rabun .
Ann is married to Frank ( Buster ) Inman , a member of the PGA , who retired from golf management and currently instructs golfers at all levels . She and Buster are members at St James Episcopal Church and in their spare time they enjoy golf , hiking , their grandchildren , and volunteering for various non-profits in the area .
Ann Inman 256-622-0334 www . anninman . possrealty . com
Ann ’ s Favorite Christmas Memory
Pastry for 9 inch deep dish pie 3 / 4 c . cubed cooked chicken 1 C . ( 4 ounces ) shredded Cheddar cheese 1 / 4 C . chopped green pepper 2 Tbsp . chopped pimento 6 eggs , beaten 1 C . half and half 1 Tbsp . instant minced onion 1 / 2 to 3 / 4 tsp . seasoned salt 1 / 4 tsp white pepper
Line a 9 inche quiche dish or pie pan with pastry ; trim excess pastry around edges . Prick bottom and sides of pastry with a fork . Bake at 400 for 3 minutes ; remove from oven , and gently prick with a fork . Bake 5 minutes longer . Let cool on rack . Sprinkle chicken , cheese green pepper and pimento in prepared pastry shell . Combine remaining ingredients , beating well ; pour into prepared pastry shell . Bake at 425 for 30 to 40 minutes or until set . Let stand 10 minutes before serving .
I grew up in what some might say is the best , most simple neighborhood in America , known as Edenwood in Gadsden , AL . We lived smack in the center of it on Crownpoint Avenue , with 35 + children in the neighborhood .
Our large front yard ended in a point with a Cedar Tree that was 35 feet tall with a circumference of 35 feet . EVERY December it was decorated with regular sized , colored light bulbs and needless to say there were a lot of them . The bulbs , stored in our basement , would be pulled out every December by the local fire department . My two brothers and I would run through the house screaming “ THE FIRE TRUCK IS HERE !!”
With all of the neighborhood children , the red engined truck and the man in the bucket placing all the bulbs around the tree , it made for a gathering of spectators . On Christmas Eve , all of the neighbors and friends would join in our large front yard in front of the tree , someone playing the guitar , leading us in Christmas Carols while we sipped hot chocolate and apple cider ( sponsored by the Edenwood garden club ). That taught me the love of community and it ’ s years of memories I ’ ll always remember .