Shredding event set for Saturday at Douglas County...
by Bill Baldowski
03:56 PM, Friday, April 24
Douglasville’s Georgia’s Own Credit Union is again taking the lead in south metro’s effort to “go green”. The credit union’s office at 5895 Stewart Parkway is the only location on the Southside hosting a free “shredding event,” which is scheduled ...

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