Brian Zdunczyk of Rockmart, GA recently attended Robotics Academy at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center, Space and Rocket Center, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center’s Official Visitor Center.
During this month of June, the Paulding County Rotary Club has reached out to several children's organizations and programs that provide and protect children in our local communities. Earlier this month Yolanda Newell of the Paulding Boys and Girls Club updated the club members on the current progress of their afterschool programs for Paulding County youth and teens. Additionally, Christy Wilson of the Paulding County Court Appointed Special Advocacy (CASA) also visited the Rotary Club.
The Tim B. Clower Scholarship was created in honor of former GreyStone Power President/CEO Tim Clower due to his dedication and advocacy for higher education. The GreyStone Power’s Operation Round Up program presented scholarships to two exceptionally dedicated technical college students annually. After a thorough evaluation of dozens of applicants, Jeason Jaddoo and Kimberly Chilcutt were chosen as recipients of these scholarships.
Hayden Swank is a 16-year-old race car driver who has just been selected for the NASCAR Drive for Diversity program and will race for Rev Racing this summer in Atlanta and Charlotte.
In addition 24/7 self-service, GreyStone Power helps make life better by giving back to the communities it serves. “Community service reflects our values and is how we give back to others,” one of the co-op’s eight guiding principles states.
Nicholas Brian Odell, just prior to his trial, agreed to a non-negotiated plea where he pled guilty to three counts of Child Molestation (OCGA 16-6-4). When he was arrested in 2015 the original charges included Aggravated Child Molestation but were reduced in lieu of a plea agreement with prosecutors.
In light of Memorial Day, Workout Anytime Hiram is holding a “Raise the Flag” event on Thursday, May 3 in honor of local veterans, active military members, first responders and emergency personnel.
(Paulding County, GA) During this year’s Legislative Session, Georgia became the 16th state in the U.S. to enact a hands-free driving law that prohibits all drivers from using hand-held cell phones while driving.
While I always fight to save taxpayer money and spend each dollar wisely, in writing my bill this year I wanted to do something bold, something different – because if we don’t try something new, we’re destined for the same results.