The Chattahoochee Technical College Welding & Joining Technology program is not just for men. Chattahoochee Tech students Sarah Macedo, Katarina Highley-Sowers, and Ceason Eisele, who are enrolled in this program at the college’s Paulding Campus, demonstrate that this profession is for women too.
Hunter Aiken, AMA 5, from Dallas, Ga has qualified to Loretta Lynn’s Amateur National Motocross Championship in Hurricane Mills, TN. This is the largest amateur race in the nation. He will be competing in the 51CC 4-6 Limited class with 42 of the fastest riders in the nation. Hunter currently has another year left in the 4-6 class, so he is already ahead of the game.
Paulding’s Board of Commissioners approved a request from the Paulding County Superior Court Judges to authorize the Chairman on behalf of the BoC to accept a Grant Awarded to Paulding’s Mental Health Court and to execute all necessary documents.
The Paulding County Rotary club welcomed Angela Moses on behalf of the Paulding County Special Olympics. Larry Jernigan introduced Mrs. Moses to the club as the Special Olympics coordinator for the past three years. She thanked members for the invitation to speak.
A museum dedicated to displaying and demonstrating the workings of U.S. military aircraft from decades past may move from its Rome home base a few miles south to Paulding County. But before that happens officials want to gauge the local community’s interest in supporting the nonprofit museum, which currently attracts about 30,000 annually to the Richard B. Russell Regional Airport in Rome.
For the past 16 years, The Dr. Jim Goodman Memorial Scholarship board has been awarding scholarships to some of the best and brightest students in West Georgia. This year is no different. The following women were awarded $1000 scholarships to help further their pursuit of higher education.
As we all get ready to celebrate our nation’s birthday, many of you will have cookouts, pool parties, maybe catch a baseball game or even shoot some fireworks. But do you know what the law says about discharging fireworks? What you may not know is that the Georgia General Assembly changed the times on when you can legally ignite fireworks last year. The new law went into effect on July 1, 2018.
Detective Amanda Carter of the Criminal Investigations Division Technical Services Unit was awarded the Paulding County Board of Commissioner’s Public Safety Award. Detective Carter was awarded the Commissioner’s Public Safety Award for her exemplary service to the Paulding County Sheriff’s Office.
Summer is here at last. For many people, it’s time to get the car ready for a long road trip. And with GPS-enabled smartphones, it’s now a lot easier to navigate these drives without getting lost. During your life, you may take many journeys – one of which is the long road you’ll travel toward your financial goals. But even on this path, you can benefit from a “GPS” in the form of your goal-oriented, personalized strategy.