CUMMING, Ga. (AP) - On Father’s Day, many in Forsyth County will celebrate the men who influenced them, taught them right and wrong and cared for them.For 11-year-old Shawn Payne, he gets that all from his “big brother.”Since February 2014, Shawn has been paired with Steve Halliday through Mentor Me North Georgia, a local program that partners kids with positive role models through one-on-one mentoring.
Forsyth County is going to take another look at the owner of the “orphan pond.”At a recent work session, County Attorney Ken Jarrard gave an update to issues around the pond to Forsyth County commissioners, who unanimously approved having Jarrard come back with an updated title opinion on the pond on Fairview Drive, between Nuckolls and Samples roads in southeast Forsyth.
Forsyth County Juvenile Court is seeking funds to improve their current building and will likely move to a new facility in coming years. At a hearing for juvenile court’s 2018 budget on Friday, Chief Juvenile Court J. Judge Russell Jackson told members of the Forsyth County Finance Committee of several issues going on with the building. “Our building is rated as the poorest-quality building, I think, right now,” Jackson said.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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