Paulding Retired Educators met at the Hardy Lake House on November 12th. Thank you to the Hardy Family for letting us use your beautiful facilities. Our speaker was Dr. Rebecca Vaughn who highlighted her late father's book. Rufus W. Youngblood authored "20 Years in the Secret Service: My Life With 5 Presidents."
As a result of an ongoing narcotics investigation, the Paulding County Sheriff’s Office and the Haralson-Paulding Drug Task Force would like to announce the arrest of two Paulding County residents for Heroin and Marijuana trafficking. The Haralson-Paulding Drug Task Force is comprised of Deputies and Officers from multiple agencies in Haralson and Paulding County which is overseen by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.
Captain Robert Davis, of the Paulding County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division, was awarded the Paulding County Board of Commissioners Public Safety Award. Captain Davis received this award for his dedicated service, innovative investigative techniques, and his diligence in keeping the Criminal Investigations Division in touch with current technology.
The Dallas Police Department would like to announce the retirement of Assistant Chief Jim Boshell. Jim has served the citizens of Dallas for over twenty-two years and will be greatly missed.
Food insecurity is an issue on America’s college campuses and the students who attend Chattahoochee Technical College are impacted by this issue as well. This year, the Chattahoochee Tech Foundation and the Office of Student Resources are partnering together to create The Golden Eagle Cabinet, a food pantry for students.
The South Cobb Rotary named Rhonda Reece as its Citizen of the Year at their monthly luncheon on Thursday, October 24, 2019. Rhonda serves as a Vice President at Westside Bank, working out of its Mableton Branch. Rhonda was selected for this honor in recognition of her extensive leadership and continued devotion to her local community.
The Office of Student Resources at Chattahoochee Technical College has worked diligently to provide various resources to students to assist in their success at CTC. College campuses are seeing an increase in student hunger, with 36% of students on U.S. college campuses being considered as “food insecure,” meaning they do not get enough to eat.
Girl Scout’s highest award has stood for excellence and leadership for girls everywhere. Seniors and Ambassadors who earn the Gold Award tackle issues that are dear to them and drive lasting change in their communities and beyond. A typical project takes 1 - 2 years for the girl to complete and respects the skills and talents that Girl Scouts bring to making a difference in world.
Sheriff Gary Gulledge announces the 2019 Paulding County Sheriff’s Office Cops for Kids Christmas shopping event requirements and important dates. Cops for Kids is in its 21st year and takes underprivileged children who live in Paulding County and pairs them with a Deputy to go shopping at Christmas.