Based on Carroll County, the familiar and popular family board game style features landmarks, businesses and other recognizable aspect of the community.
“The Constitutional Officers of Carroll County are looking forward to promoting education in our county,” said Vickie Bearden, Carroll County’s tax commissioner. “We feel there is a strong need to fund GED testing want to give high school students a head start on their college education.”
Proceeds from the game will be used to help fund a brand new scholarship fund throughout Carroll County for students and adults. The goal is to help remove obstacles for local residents to gain their GED and open up new and attractive employment opportunities. The proceeds will also provide high school students with scholarship funds.
The Times-Georgian is a sponsor of the game and will assist in marketing and distributing the game for the Carroll County Constitutional Officers.
Game price is $25. Interested individuals can contact any of the Carroll County Constitutional Officers directly at the numbers below. Additionally, individuals can phone of stop by the Times-Georgian offices at 901 Hay’s Mill Road, Carrollton.
To purchase a copy, contact one of the following: Alan Lee 770-830-5830, Betty Cason 770-830-5842, Terry Langley 770-830-5888 or Vickie Bearden 770-830-5848.