The Paulding Education Foundation is the not for profit organization that funds over $24,000 in scholarships for Paulding County School District students and over $20,000 in grant money to schools in the district for special projects like technology, special needs students, sports and unfunded curriculum projects.
New Georgia Library Home School Hang Out “When it comes to education, there’s no place like home.” If you’re a member of our local and ever-growing homeschooling community, think about including New Georgia Library into your curriculum!
New Georgia Library is proud to announce our winner for the 2016 Adult Summer Reading, Daniella Martinez. Ms. Martinez read and participated in multiple events for adults to enter the drawing at our location.
PC 4-H’ers Compete at State 4-H Congress. Four Paulding County 4-H students competed at State 4-H Congress in Atlanta, Georgia July 26-29, 2016. Competitors included: Madison Thomason, Jamie Babecka, Aaren Schertler, and Josh Kudwa.
Aaren Schertler a Senior home school 4-H’er took first place in the Companion Animal Science project at State 4-H Congress in Atlanta on July 27th.
Matthew Wright is a newly licensed attorney. He graduated high school, college, and law school as an honors student. He graduated from East Paulding High School. He received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Georgia, and he received his law degree from Georgia State University College of Law.
Crossroads Public Library Summer Reading Program Adult and Teen Winners Congratulations to Elizabeth Richter and Kaylee McCallum, the Adult and Teen Summer Reading Program winners at Crossroads Library.
Jason Ragsdale introduced guest speaker Ms. Tena Eddy, the Program Coordinator for the Paulding County Parks and Recreation Department. Find out what's going on with the Parks and Recreation department for Paulding County.
Paulding Fine Arts is pleased to announce the winners of the 2016 Juried Art Show. A special thanks to our judge this year, Nancy Nowak, a talented pastel artist from Suwanee, GA.
Kiwanis International, whose mission is "Serving the Children of the World", provides all of the services of the community and that is why it is a terrific choice, not only for your heart, but for your business as well.
Paulding County Farm Bureau hosted the 1st Responder's of Paulding County to a cookout to show our appreciation of what they do on a daily basis.
If you’re looking for a good way to introduce reading and books into your child’s life, stop in to the New Georgia Library for Baby Storytime every Tuesday at 10:30! Each week, we provide you and your little one with a combination of fun wiggle rhymes, silly songs, and books to bring the joy of reading to life!
Learn more about Kiwanis from the local club. The first clubs were organized to promote the exchange of business among the members. In the early years, Kiwanis clubs focused on business networking, but even then, members were serving the needs of the poor.
We are proud to announce that the categories and winners for this year’s garden contest were: Adult Large Garden-Max Leggett, Adult Medium Garden-Zachary Anderson, and Youth Garden-Maxwell Frost. Gardens were judged in late June by Master Gardener Extension Volunteers and winners.
With a population in excess of 150,000, Paulding County is able to sustain two (2) Rotary Clubs: Dallas Rotary Club AND Rotary Club of Paulding County.
The Dallas Rotary Club is the newer of the clubs. It was established in 2003 and has 17 active members. This club currently has its regular meetings on Thursday mornings at Audrey’s Cafe. Please check Facebook for schedule.
The Paulding County Rotary Club, the first Rotary Club in Paulding County, was chartered in 1969. It has approximately 42 active members and meets regularly.
Although the clubs are different from one another, the common mission is the same – SERVICE TO COMMUNITY. We invite you to visit each club to determine which is the best fit for you. Please see each club on Facebook for current meeting schedule. FOUR WAY TEST: Of all the things we think, say or do…. Is it the truth? Is it fair to all concerned? Will it build good will and better friendships? Will it be beneficial to all concerned?