Chamber to host annual Industry Appreciation Break...
by Neighbor Staff
04:29 PM, Monday, March 30
The Paulding Chamber of Commerce will host its annual Industry Appreciation Breakfast April 9 at 8:30 a.m. at Silver Comet Field on Rockmart Highway in west Paulding County. The chamber will honor its Industry of the Year and Manufacturer of the Y...

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