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Georgia Department of Transportation held a joint ground breaking with the Columbia County Chamber of Commerce on Feb. 5.
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Buffalo Brakes Full Automative Service held a Grand Opening Ribbon Cut on March 10, at the new business at 4448 Washington Road in Evans.
Fairway Ford Evans held a Ground Breaking Ceremony for its new dealership to replace the existing building.
Katie Weiser Coaching held a Grand Opening Ribbon Cut on March 11, for her new business that helps people maximize their career change and transition. Reach the business at 706-550-4161 or www.katieweistercoaching.com.
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