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Local leaders attend annual Okefenokee Occasion in Atlanta

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Pictured: (L-R) Charles Davis (Douglas City Manager), Douglas City Commissioner Cindy McNeill, Coffee County Commissioner Oscar Paulk, Broxton Mayor Darquitta Riley, Coffee County Commissioner Jimmy Kitchens, Stevie Young (Douglas-Coffee County Parks and Recreation Director), Lisa Hodge (Douglas-Coffee County Chamber of Commerce), Wesley Vickers (Coffee County Administrator), Douglas City Commissioner Olivia Pearson and Douglas City Commissioner Kentaiwon Durham. Submitted photo Pictured: (L-R) Charles Davis (Douglas City Manager), Douglas City Commissioner Cindy McNeill, Coffee County Commissioner Oscar Paulk, Broxton Mayor Darquitta Riley, Coffee County Commissioner Jimmy Kitchens, Stevie Young (Douglas-Coffee County Parks and Recreation Director), Lisa Hodge (Douglas-Coffee County Chamber of Commerce), Wesley Vickers (Coffee County Administrator), Douglas City Commissioner Olivia Pearson and Douglas City Commissioner Kentaiwon Durham.

City of Douglas and Coffee County officials attended the 29th Annual Okefenokee Occasion reception on Wednesday, January 16, 2019 at the Georgia Railroad Freight Depot in Atlanta.  The Southern Georgia Regional Commission organized this annual event that provides rural communities in South Georgia an opportunity for one on one discussion with legislators about upcoming legislation under consideration and special projects that affect local communities.  The Okefenokee Occasion committee consists of members from Appling, Atkinson, Ben Hill, Berrien, Brantley, Brooks, Charlton, Clinch, Coffee, Irwin, Jeff Davis, Lanier, Pierce, Turner, Ware and Wayne counties.

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