Moultrie Observer


December 3, 2012

Honoring free enterprise

MOULTRIE — Moultrie Mayor Bill McIntosh signed a proclamation naming Nov. 15, 2012, American Free Enterprise Day with the encouragement of Moultrie Technical College’s Moultrie campus Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) chapter. Seated, from left, are PBL President Tony Martinez, Mayor Bill McIntosh and MTC Executive Vice President Jim Glass. Standing, from left, are PBL advisor Kris Strawder, PBL Treasurer Tyler Brooks, PBL Vice President Amy Simkins, PBL Secretary Dustyn Rudolph, PBL Reporter Marc Willoughby and PBL advisor Pierre Rogers.

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