Up here in New England, most towns have a common – a town green. Families and friends have gathered here for hundreds of year. A lot of these greens saw battle during the Revolutionary War.
Down South, we’ve got a similar patch of green that ties us together. They host battles that bring us back year after year. Our babies grow into men and women around these greens. And triumph or heartbreak, we learn that no matter how different we may seem, in Oxford, we’ve sure got a lot in common.