Around the Crossroads: Outstanding Achievements

While we've had our share of frozen weather these days, the Crossroads Community in North Paulding certainly doesn't seem to be frozen under. I love living here! I love our growing community, the new folks I meet everyday and the friends I've made. I love that county leaders both in politics and business are involved in their community and people are interested in making North Paulding a great place to live.

New Additions on Harmony Grove Church Road.
At our last Crossroads Business Association, Board of Commissioners Chairman, Jerry Shearin, announced that soon a sign would be going up at Harmony Grove Church Rd. and Graves Rd. A new fire station, sheriff post and public library are on the way! Speaker of the House, Glenn Richardson helped to make this happen.

Paulding County Schools: a Metro comparison
In the latest issue of Atlanta Parent there was a comparison of metro schools. Among metro schools, we have one of the lowest student to teacher ratios at 16 to 1. I am really proud of our schools as well considering our per student expenditure is the lowest of all metro at $6,121.

Woodruff Salutes McClure Middle School Teacher
Congratulations to Carol Fuller for being honored by the Woodruff Center! Ms. Fuller is Theatre Educator at the new Sammy McClure Sr. Middle School in North Paulding. What an incredible achievement.

With this kind of community leadership and support, it sure seems our county is moving forward with it's priorities in the right place. Change certainly is not easy but it no doubt provides great opportunities for outstanding achievements for the good of all.

May I Ask: What outstanding achievements are you observing in your community? What achievements are you involved in?

May I Suggest: Take the opportunity and point out to those around you outstanding achievements. Oh yeah, why not get involved in it too?


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