Helping Hands of Paulding, Inc. is a story of how an idea of Christian generosity became an amazing movement which now helps whole communities. A 501(c)(3) non-profit Christian organization providing services to thousands of Paulding County residents over the past 29 years.
The Paulding Fine Arts Association is pleased to announce the recipient of the 2016 Doris Butz Memorial Scholarship. PFAA Charter Member, Cathy Amos presented to Jake Gearrin.
GHTV partnered with WRGA to host and air several local debates for contested races. The station, which was started over 20 years ago, continues to provide a schedule of shows that are community-focused, like the recent local debates.
Rotary Club of Dallas members installed fresh annual bedding plants in addition to cleaning up around the Paulding County Community/Senior Center as a part of the Great American Cleanup with Keep Paulding Beautiful.
Chattahoochee Technical College's Paulding Engagement Committee volunteered at Relay For Life of Paulding County on Saturday, May 21. The committee handed out Relay For Life themed koozies and cold water to attendees.
Mr. Howard Maxwell. Representative Maxwell thank everyone for the opportunity an invitation to speak at the meeting. During this Rotary club meeting Mr. Maxwell took the opportunity to discuss the fiscal budget 2017.
Pack 735, Webelo 1 Den, along with parents and siblings visited our gallery on Tuesday, May 10th. As part of an art achievement badge they were to visit a local art museum.
Girl Scout troop #16123 had many adventures during the 2015–2016 Girl Scout troop year. Including, but not limited to, participating in the Marietta chalktoberfest, community service throughout Paulding, donating 25% of their profits from selling Girl Scout cookies..
Shelly Nicholson joins some of the first to graduate GHC’s new bachelor’s program Shelly Nicholson had three goals before she turned 50. “I wanted to finish my bachelor’s in nursing.
Students at Sam D Panter Elementary donated 1,600 cans of food to fight hunger in food drive for Helping Hands of Paulding County.
To better prepare civilians for active shooter events, the Chattahoochee Technical College Police Department will be offering free Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events training sessions on Saturday, May 21, at the college’s Paulding Campus.
This Paulding Rotary Club meeting took place at the WellStar nursing and rehab facility formerly known as Paulding Memorial. It was a bright day and not to hot as the club members showed up with trucks full of food for the annual cookout.
Armed Forces Day is the day designated for citizens to come together and thank our military members for their patriotic service in support of our country. Saturday, May 21st, all community veterans and service members plus families are invited to the American Legion, Post 111, in Dallas at 2:00 PM. DJ & entertainment. You do not have to be a member of the Post to attend. Contact the American Legion at (770)445-2759 with any questions.
Hannah Rull, recipient of the2016 Paulding County Master Gardener Extension Volunteer Scholarship, recently joined the local Scholarship Committee to accept the award. Hannah is a student at the University of Georgia in Athens.
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?