Festivals to open Paulding libraries’ summer programs
by Bill Baldowski
03:12 PM, Tuesday, June 02
The Paulding County libraries’ summer reading program is getting off to a festive start. Each location — Crossroads, Hiram, Dallas and New Georgia — will kick off the program Saturday with festivals featuring bouncy houses, puppets, balloon animal...

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