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By: Jana Wiggins
When I moved here 13 years ago
It was an exciting time to be a transplant. It has only
gotten better over the last decade due to what I see as
to my husband’s childhood home of
good old-fashioned teamwork in this community – the
Moultrie, Georgia, this place I now
kind of teamwork where we come together, roll up our
sleeves and simply (not always easily) get it done.
call home looked very different.
No one organization can stake claim to having done
The U.S. Highway 319 Bypass, now called
it all, but there is a constant in just about every success
Veterans Parkway, was just then experiencing a retail
our community has seen – The Moultrie-Colquitt
and construction boom. The downtown area was
County Chamber of Commerce.
being revitalized. New neighborhoods were popping
With offices housed in the historic Colquitt County
up. Local schools and colleges were
Jail on the corner of First Avenue Southeast and
expanding and getting facelifts. Industries were con-
Second Street Southeast, your chamber does the things
sidering Colquitt County as a place to put down roots
that most people think just happen. Well,
and put people to work.
6 Moultrie Magazine Winter 2010
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