Paulding Day of Prayer set for May 7
by Neighbor Staff
01:21 PM, Tuesday, April 28
Organizers are encouraging Paulding residents and county workers to drop by the Veterans Park amphitheater adjacent to the county’s Watson Government Building and Courthouse to participate in the Paulding County Day of Prayer May 7 from noon to 7 ...

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