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CITY OF THOMASVILLE CELEBRATES SOLID WASTE APPRECIATION DAY

Each year in June, the nation celebrates National Garbage Man Day in recognition of the men and women of the waste management industry who work hard all year to process, filter and recycle more than 250 million tons of garbage annually. This year, the City of Thomasville is celebrating Solid Waste Appreciation Day on June 17th in honor of the men and women who work so diligently to keep our community clean. “Our Solid Waste team works quietly behind the scenes to keep our community...



CITY DECLARES MAY MENTAL HEALTH MONTH

Statistics reveal that one in five adults experience a mental health disorder in a given year; for children and adolescents, the statistic is one in ten. Locally, Thomasville has several organizations working together to combat these numbers within our community. To commemorate their effort, Mayor Pro Tem Terry Scott has signed a proclamation declaring the month of May as Mental Health Month. Councilmember Jay Flowers recently awarded the proclamation to representatives from these...



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MAYOR HOBBS DECLARES MARCH AMERICAN RED CROSS MONTH

The American Red Cross was established over 130 years ago to deliver vital relief and support services to those in crisis and to also help prepare citizens to respond in emergency situations. Today, it is one of the largest humanitarian organizations in the world, serving citizens throughout the United States. On March 12, 2019, Mayor Greg Hobbs presented Terri Jenkins, American Red Cross Executive Director of South Georgia, with a proclamation recognizing March as American Red Cross...



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MAYOR SIGNS RETIRED EDUCATORS DAY PROCLAMATION

During the regular meeting of the Thomasville City Council on Monday, October 22nd, a proclamation signed by Mayor Greg Hobbs was presented that declared November 4, 2018 as Retired Educators Day. The proclamation was presented by Mayor Pro Tem Terry Scott. Retired Educators Day recognizes the lasting contributions of our retired educators to the educational development of our children. There are more than 122,629 retired educators in the state of Georgia, of which 28,000 are a part of...