Brothers, 9-year-old Zach Tolleson and 7-year-old Harrison Tolleson know how to stay cool by eating as much ice cold watermelon as they can hold. The watermelons were brought to Covington from Cordele by the boys' great-uncle Earl Tolleson, a lifelong Covington resident, who sells the melons in the parking lot of Neely's Seafood Restaurant on Brown Bridge Road. The boys are students at Flint Hill Elementary and are the sons of Scott and Kristi Tolleson.-- Staff photo by Sue Ann Kuhn-Smith

Brothers, 9-year-old Zach Tolleson and 7-year-old Harrison Tolleson know how to stay cool by eating as much ice cold watermelon as they can hold. The watermelons were brought to Covington from Cordele by the boys' great-uncle Earl Tolleson, a lifelong Covington resident, who sells the melons in the parking lot of Neely's Seafood Restaurant on Brown Bridge Road. The boys are students at Flint Hill Elementary and are the sons of Scott and Kristi Tolleson.-- Staff photo by Sue Ann Kuhn-Smith

Brothers, Zach Tolleson, 9, and 7-year-old Harrison Tolleson know how to stay cool by eating as much ice cold watermelon as they can hold. The watermelons were brought to Covington from Cordele by the boys’ great-uncle Earl Tolleson, a lifelong Covington resident, who sells the melons in the parking lot of Neely’s Seafood Restaurant on Brown Bridge Road. The boys are students at Flint Hill Elementary and are the sons of Scott and Kristi Tolleson.