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richland 600x314Post Commissioners Todd Pownall, Tony Crowe, and Commission Chairman David Austin signed the proclamation last weekend declaring the intent to build the Richland Creek Reservoir as part of the Governor’s Water Supply Program at a gathering in Veterans Park at the Watson Government Complex in Dallas. Among guest speakers on Saturday were Congressman Tom Graves, Rep. Howard Maxwell and Laurie Ashmore, acting director, Paulding Water System.

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literacy 600x314We can help! Volunteers with the Paulding Literacy Council teach adults to improve their reading and writing skills using an internationally acclaimed reading program that helps adults see improvement immediately.

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greystone 600x314GreyStone Power Corporation employees were saddened to hear of the passing of Board Director Charles Rutland, who served GreyStone members for nearly 60 years, both as Director and employee. He represented GreyStone members in District 3, which includes Douglas and Paulding counties.

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veggie 600x314Paulding County MGEVs have talents and resources that are critical to a successful outreach program. They help homeowners by making research-based recommendations to solve and prevent gardening problems. They help protect our environment and encourage a sense of community through gardening projects. MGEVs also develop communication, management and leadership skills through their outreach programming.

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bryson 600x314Bryson’s Bunch- Fundraiser for Starry Night Atlanta (8.5K) at Chick-Fil-A Hiram on Thursday, October 15, 5:00-8:00pm Bryson Elzey of Dallas is only seven years old, but he’s already got the heart of a warrior. At the age of eight months old, on August 31, 2008, Bryson spent a long night in two emergency rooms where a CT scan

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rivers 600x314On a beautiful day during Paulding County Schools Fall Break, Paulding County area residents came out to Sara Babb Park to clean up, as part of the continuing statewide campaign to clean and preserve over 70,000 miles of Georgia’s rivers and streams. The effort was part of Rivers Alive, a joint program of the Environmental Protection Division’s Outreach Education Programs and the Department of Community Affairs’ Keep Georgia Beautiful Program.

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