Every year the Paulding County Rotary Club organizes this event to kick off high school football season by inviting the head coaches of the five high schools in Paulding County to speak on the promise of their upcoming year.
Lynn Clarke Rotary District Chair 6900 visited the Paulding County Rotary Club with GSRP student Tinotenda Dube from Zimbabwe. Tinotenda will be the District 6900 Rotary Club GSRP student for this year.
The Paulding County Patriots volleyball season has begun. The Patriots hosted the Central/ Carroll Lions in both JV and Varsity matches.Unfortunately both squads came up short in their efforts.
Offensive Line Backer Jordan Venizale had a great defensive game with solid tackles. Quarter Back Ross Malmgren shows his versatility with this running play.
The Board of Commissioners last week approved a lease agreement with Kennesaw State University to provide a new home to the school’s 2+2 Degree program and to expand operations to provide information and financial opportunities aimed at first generation college students.
Brantley Mauldin airs it out against the Dragons from Lindale, the Patriots looked good in the first half and moved the ball well against Pepperell.
Mary Carol Sheffield recently received the 2017 Distinguished Service Award from the National Association of County Agriculture Agents during their Annual Meeting and Professional Improvement Conference held in Salt Lake City, UT.
"Burn The Boats" is the motto for the upcoming season. The words of Cortez are being echoed by 2nd year head coach Van Spence as he prepares the team for the upcoming season. Spence is optimistic about the prospects of the Patriots.
SYNERGY Homecare of NW Atlanta would like to recognize our Caregiver of the Year for 2017, Randy Williams. Randy has been a CNA since February 2013, and a beloved caregiver of Synergy Homecare of NW Atlanta since July 2013. He continues to set the bar for caregiver performance expectations as well as client satisfaction.