New party chairman to speak to Douglas County GOP
by Neighbor Staff
03:32 PM, Wednesday, April 01
New Douglas County Republican Party Chairman Terry Baggett is set to speak to the monthly meeting of the political organization Saturday at 9 a.m. at St. Julian's Episcopal Church in Douglasville. Baggett will give an update on the current state o...

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