Missy Cusack CTC Paulding Executive Director of Admissions and a member of the Paulding County Rotary Club thanked the Rotary club for their continued support of the scholarship program. She updated the club members on the Paulding Chattahoochee Tech campus and its achievements this past year.
26 Paulding County 4-H’er Archers traveled to Rock Eagle 4-H Center in Eatonton, GA for their annual Outdoor shoot. A total of 542 statewide archers participated. Georgia has two main archery competitions a year.
On Friday at 2pm we will kick off the anniversary weekend with a short lecture by the park curator focusing on the battles of the Dallas Line: New Hope Church, Pickett’s Mill, and Dallas.
Congratulations South Paulding High School Students for your scholastic accomplishments and the best to you at College. Congratulations to the teaching staff for this year's signees.
Former D.A.R.E. student is now in the United States Army. SPC Chase Dickerson is assigned to Fort Rucker (Alabama) as a Military Police Officer where he is also a D.A.R.E. instructor. SPC Dickerson was a 2012 graduate of South Paulding High School.
The City of Dallas recently held its first photography contest calling for photographic images of things and places that convey a love for living in the City of Dallas. Winning photographs will be hung in the Dallas Municipal Courtroom.
Rep. Tom Graves (R-GA-14) introduced the Spending Cuts to Expired and Unnecessary Programs Act (H.R. 3) as an original cosponsor. The legislation is based on the Trump administration’s proposal to cut $15.35 billion of unused, unnecessary spending.
These Hiram Elementary athletes were raring to go to the Track and Field events of this year's Special Olympics. We had more athletes competing than ever before. Their day started out with a send-off by all of the Hiram Elementary staff and students.
Chattahoochee Tech honored 445 students from the state’s largest technical college during two commencement ceremonies held on Thursday, May 10, at the Clarence Brown Conference Center in Cartersville. Students from 45 programs of study in the college’s six-county service area crossed the stage to receive a technical certificate of credit, diploma or an Associate of Applied Science degree.