Corporal Brett Whritenour was awarded the “Officer of the Year” award by the Paulding County Rotary Club. Corporal Whritenour was accompanied by Sheriff Gary Gulledge along with his family and supervisors at a luncheon held in his honor.
Pickett’s Mill Baptist Church hosted an Easter egg drop in Dallas last Saturday that was attended by both youngsters and seniors. A helicopter dropped 5,000 eggs from 12 55-gallon bags. Three prizes awaited the finders of the winning eggs.
President, Dr. Newcomb and CTC's Executive Director Missy Cusack or Chattahoochee Technical College (CTC) addressed Paulding business leaders last week at the Chamber of Commerce Luncheon, providing an update on the school’s growth and impact in the last year on both the county and the region.
The Lady Raiders notched 7th shutout of the season while running their undefeated streak to 8 games. The Raiders finished Region play with a 6-2 record, tied for second place in Region 7-5A. Overall the team is 10-4-2 with two games remaining.
The 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War was March 29. The Captain Edward Hagin Chapter DAR honored Vietnam Veterans for their service with lunch in Cartersville, March 28. This lunch is hosted each year by DAR Service for Veterans Committee Chair Jo Prater. Helping to serve were Regent Eleanor Brinson Quigley, National Defense Chair and Treasurer Hilda Shipp, Recording Secretary Mary Linde, Registrar Lynn Harburn, and HODARs.
Join us for WellStar Community Medication Take Back Events Saturday, April 27 | 10am – 2pm. Prevent accidental poisoning, overdoses and improper use of medications. Simply take your medications to one of the drop-off locations and receive a free gift. Your efforts may ultimately save lives by removing expired and unused medications from your medicine cabinet. No questions asked, no forms or ID required. Sharps, liquids, and pills are accepted.
The Paulding County Lady Patriots claimed the 4th seed in the tough region 7(5A) with a hard-fought 2 nil victory over the Hiram Hornets to close out region play. The Lady Patriots will travel to the Region 6 champions pitch to play the opening round of the state playoffs.
The East Paulding Lady Raiders went to South Paulding on Tuesday and played to a draw, 1-1, in an evenly played, weather-shortened match before a packed stadium on South's Senior Night. Senior Captain Lauren Bergevine put East ahead 1-0 with a 31-yard blast just under the crossbar late in the first half. South was able to net the equalizer with 7 minutes to play. Both teams played a furious finish.
The North Paulding High School Lady Wolfpack Varsity Lacrosse team improved to 15-1 on the season as they captured the 7A/6A Area Championship by defeating Woodstock 19-3 on April 11th. This is the first Area Championship in School History for the Lady Wolfpack Lacrosse Program. The team has 2 non-region games remaining before moving on to the State Playoffs.