Henry County leaders launch 'One' effort
by Neighbor Staff
09:30 PM, Sunday, February 07
One Henry, a community and business effort centered on people, partnerships and economic prosperity, was first discussed at the Henry County Chamber of Commerce’s intergovernmental retreat two years ago; subcommittee chairs made presentations to t...

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