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New adult education facility opens
by Chuck Thompson
Sep 19, 2013 | 923 views | 0 0 comments | 17 17 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Jones County’s former senior center building has been converted into CGTC’s new Jones County Center for adult education.
Jones County’s former senior center building has been converted into CGTC’s new Jones County Center for adult education.
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Officials with Central Georgia Technical College and from the county gathered last Thursday afternoon for the dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony at CGTC’s new Jones County Adult Education Center.

The county has provided the former senior center building behind Tri-County EMC for CGTC to use, and the county’s building maintenance department helped in the renovation of the facility.

CGTC President Ivan H. Allen thanked members of the county commission for making the building available and the Jones County Board of Education for all of its support in the past and going into the future.

CGTC had been using space provided by the BOE and county in the old high school building for its adult education program.

“The Jones County Board of Education laid the foundation by allowing us to operate in their facility for many years, and we look forward to a long partnership with them in the years to come,” Allen said. “The only way to succeed is if we all work together.”

CGTC’s assistant vice president for adult education, Sallie Devero, who cut the ribbon, presented a plaque to School Superintendent William Mathews thanking him and the school board for their support.

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