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  • cggs@yahoogroups.com
    Glynn County’s historic courthouse was selected as one of four venues for a traveling courthouse exhibit for the month of May 2006.  Georgia DNR/Historic
    Message 1 of 7 , Mar 12 1:42 AM
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      Glynn County�s historic courthouse was selected as one of four venues for a traveling courthouse exhibit for the month of May 2006.� Georgia DNR/Historic Preservation Division (HPD) received a grant thru Georgia Humanities Council to do this traveling exhibit.� This is quite an honor for our community; one of four within� 159 counties to have this here.� Dr. W. Ray Luce, Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer and Division Head of HPD will be here for a kick-off event and the exhibit will remain in the courthouse for the month of May for viewing.� There is great need for millions of dollars to do the restoration work for our courthouses statewide.� We are very fortunate in this community to have had use of SPLOST tax funding to restore this impressive example of Beaux Arts architecture.�

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      Program, free to the public for May 24, 2006��Archaeological Perspectives on Coastal Georgia��� It looks as if this one-day symposium will run from 8:00 AM � 5:00 PM.� Dr. Dave Crass, State Archaeologist; Dan Elliott of The Lamar Institute; Rita Folse Elliott of Savannah History Museum; Tom Gresham, T. Whitley, Carolyn Rock, et al.� We�ll host this in the AM at CGRDC; in the PM at Old City Hall, located at Mansfield/Newcastle Streets.

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      Patricia Barefoot
      Historic Preservation Planner
      Coastal Georgia Regional Development Center
      P.O. Box 1917
      Brunswick, GA 31520
      (912) 264-7363, ext. 218
    • cggs@yahoogroups.com
      Glynn County’s historic courthouse was selected as one of four venues for a traveling courthouse exhibit for the month of May 2006.  Georgia DNR/Historic
      Message 2 of 7 , Mar 26 1:50 AM
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        Glynn County�s historic courthouse was selected as one of four venues for a traveling courthouse exhibit for the month of May 2006.� Georgia DNR/Historic Preservation Division (HPD) received a grant thru Georgia Humanities Council to do this traveling exhibit.� This is quite an honor for our community; one of four within� 159 counties to have this here.� Dr. W. Ray Luce, Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer and Division Head of HPD will be here for a kick-off event and the exhibit will remain in the courthouse for the month of May for viewing.� There is great need for millions of dollars to do the restoration work for our courthouses statewide.� We are very fortunate in this community to have had use of SPLOST tax funding to restore this impressive example of Beaux Arts architecture.�

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        Program, free to the public for May 24, 2006��Archaeological Perspectives on Coastal Georgia��� It looks as if this one-day symposium will run from 8:00 AM � 5:00 PM.� Dr. Dave Crass, State Archaeologist; Dan Elliott of The Lamar Institute; Rita Folse Elliott of Savannah History Museum; Tom Gresham, T. Whitley, Carolyn Rock, et al.� We�ll host this in the AM at CGRDC; in the PM at Old City Hall, located at Mansfield/Newcastle Streets.

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        Patricia Barefoot
        Historic Preservation Planner
        Coastal Georgia Regional Development Center
        P.O. Box 1917
        Brunswick, GA 31520
        (912) 264-7363, ext. 218
      • cggs@yahoogroups.com
        Glynn County’s historic courthouse was selected as one of four venues for a traveling courthouse exhibit for the month of May 2006.  Georgia DNR/Historic
        Message 3 of 7 , Apr 9, 2006
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          Glynn County�s historic courthouse was selected as one of four venues for a traveling courthouse exhibit for the month of May 2006.� Georgia DNR/Historic Preservation Division (HPD) received a grant thru Georgia Humanities Council to do this traveling exhibit.� This is quite an honor for our community; one of four within� 159 counties to have this here.� Dr. W. Ray Luce, Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer and Division Head of HPD will be here for a kick-off event and the exhibit will remain in the courthouse for the month of May for viewing.� There is great need for millions of dollars to do the restoration work for our courthouses statewide.� We are very fortunate in this community to have had use of SPLOST tax funding to restore this impressive example of Beaux Arts architecture.�

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          Program, free to the public for May 24, 2006��Archaeological Perspectives on Coastal Georgia��� It looks as if this one-day symposium will run from 8:00 AM � 5:00 PM.� Dr. Dave Crass, State Archaeologist; Dan Elliott of The Lamar Institute; Rita Folse Elliott of Savannah History Museum; Tom Gresham, T. Whitley, Carolyn Rock, et al.� We�ll host this in the AM at CGRDC; in the PM at Old City Hall, located at Mansfield/Newcastle Streets.

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          Patricia Barefoot
          Historic Preservation Planner
          Coastal Georgia Regional Development Center
          P.O. Box 1917
          Brunswick, GA 31520
          (912) 264-7363, ext. 218
        • cggs@yahoogroups.com
          Glynn County’s historic courthouse was selected as one of four venues for a traveling courthouse exhibit for the month of May 2006.  Georgia DNR/Historic
          Message 4 of 7 , Apr 23, 2006
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            Glynn County�s historic courthouse was selected as one of four venues for a traveling courthouse exhibit for the month of May 2006.� Georgia DNR/Historic Preservation Division (HPD) received a grant thru Georgia Humanities Council to do this traveling exhibit.� This is quite an honor for our community; one of four within� 159 counties to have this here.� Dr. W. Ray Luce, Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer and Division Head of HPD will be here for a kick-off event and the exhibit will remain in the courthouse for the month of May for viewing.� There is great need for millions of dollars to do the restoration work for our courthouses statewide.� We are very fortunate in this community to have had use of SPLOST tax funding to restore this impressive example of Beaux Arts architecture.�

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            Program, free to the public for May 24, 2006��Archaeological Perspectives on Coastal Georgia��� It looks as if this one-day symposium will run from 8:00 AM � 5:00 PM.� Dr. Dave Crass, State Archaeologist; Dan Elliott of The Lamar Institute; Rita Folse Elliott of Savannah History Museum; Tom Gresham, T. Whitley, Carolyn Rock, et al.� We�ll host this in the AM at CGRDC; in the PM at Old City Hall, located at Mansfield/Newcastle Streets.

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            Patricia Barefoot
            Historic Preservation Planner
            Coastal Georgia Regional Development Center
            P.O. Box 1917
            Brunswick, GA 31520
            (912) 264-7363, ext. 218
          • cggs@yahoogroups.com
            Glynn County’s historic courthouse was selected as one of four venues for a traveling courthouse exhibit for the month of May 2006.  Georgia DNR/Historic
            Message 5 of 7 , May 7, 2006
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              Glynn County�s historic courthouse was selected as one of four venues for a traveling courthouse exhibit for the month of May 2006.� Georgia DNR/Historic Preservation Division (HPD) received a grant thru Georgia Humanities Council to do this traveling exhibit.� This is quite an honor for our community; one of four within� 159 counties to have this here.� Dr. W. Ray Luce, Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer and Division Head of HPD will be here for a kick-off event and the exhibit will remain in the courthouse for the month of May for viewing.� There is great need for millions of dollars to do the restoration work for our courthouses statewide.� We are very fortunate in this community to have had use of SPLOST tax funding to restore this impressive example of Beaux Arts architecture.�

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              Program, free to the public for May 24, 2006��Archaeological Perspectives on Coastal Georgia��� It looks as if this one-day symposium will run from 8:00 AM � 5:00 PM.� Dr. Dave Crass, State Archaeologist; Dan Elliott of The Lamar Institute; Rita Folse Elliott of Savannah History Museum; Tom Gresham, T. Whitley, Carolyn Rock, et al.� We�ll host this in the AM at CGRDC; in the PM at Old City Hall, located at Mansfield/Newcastle Streets.

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              Patricia Barefoot
              Historic Preservation Planner
              Coastal Georgia Regional Development Center
              P.O. Box 1917
              Brunswick, GA 31520
              (912) 264-7363, ext. 218
            • cggs@yahoogroups.com
              Glynn County’s historic courthouse was selected as one of four venues for a traveling courthouse exhibit for the month of May 2006.  Georgia DNR/Historic
              Message 6 of 7 , May 21, 2006
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                Glynn County�s historic courthouse was selected as one of four venues for a traveling courthouse exhibit for the month of May 2006.� Georgia DNR/Historic Preservation Division (HPD) received a grant thru Georgia Humanities Council to do this traveling exhibit.� This is quite an honor for our community; one of four within� 159 counties to have this here.� Dr. W. Ray Luce, Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer and Division Head of HPD will be here for a kick-off event and the exhibit will remain in the courthouse for the month of May for viewing.� There is great need for millions of dollars to do the restoration work for our courthouses statewide.� We are very fortunate in this community to have had use of SPLOST tax funding to restore this impressive example of Beaux Arts architecture.�

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                Program, free to the public for May 24, 2006��Archaeological Perspectives on Coastal Georgia��� It looks as if this one-day symposium will run from 8:00 AM � 5:00 PM.� Dr. Dave Crass, State Archaeologist; Dan Elliott of The Lamar Institute; Rita Folse Elliott of Savannah History Museum; Tom Gresham, T. Whitley, Carolyn Rock, et al.� We�ll host this in the AM at CGRDC; in the PM at Old City Hall, located at Mansfield/Newcastle Streets.

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                Patricia Barefoot
                Historic Preservation Planner
                Coastal Georgia Regional Development Center
                P.O. Box 1917
                Brunswick, GA 31520
                (912) 264-7363, ext. 218
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