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April 3, 2014

Chamber Ribbon Cutting

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The Moultrie-Colquitt County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting for Janitorial Services of South Georgia, Inc.  Owned and operated by Melissa and David Johnson, Janitorial Services of South Georgia, Inc. is a commercial cleaning service, which also offers residential and commercial carpet cleaning, residential and commercial tile and grout cleaning, and floor stripping, wax and buffing. For more information call 229-921-2247. Front, from the left, are Tim Carroll, Heather Tillman, David Johnson, Melissa Johnson, Judy Burnham and Connie Garcia. Back, from the left, are Charlene Brinson, Marc DeMott, Nancy Najera, DeeDee Zavala, Tommie Beth Willis, Darrell Moore, Debra Taylor, and Adelia Ladson.

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