State of Georgia

"For God did not send His Son into the world that He might condemn the world,
but that the world might be saved through Him." John 3:17
 

 

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Facts About Georgia
Athens
Atlanta
Bogart
Cairo
Damascus
Helen
Ochlocknee
Thomasville
Watkinsville

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Town Importance
Athens The University of Georgia & Athletic Association
Atlanta Capital of Georgia
Bogart Bogart is a small town in the north of Georgia.  I enjoyed living in my Bogart Home prior to moving to the United Arab Emirates in 2002.
Cairo Cairo is a small town in the south of Georgia.  I lived about 20 minutes from Cairo until I moved to Athens in 1988.  Cairo is also known for its production of sugar cane syrup. 
Damascus Damascus is a small town in the south of Georgia.  I like the name of this town because it reminds me of Damascus, Syria, and I love visiting Syria each summer.
Helen Helen is a another beautiful part of Georgia where you can see beautiful natural scenery and enjoy the fresh air and clean water. 
Ochlocknee Ochlocknee or Ochlochnee is my hometown.  Well, I actually lived on a large farm between Ochlochnee and Thomasville until I moved to Athens in 1988.  Now, I have my Cabin and Pond located in Ochlochnee, and I enjoy summer visits to this quiet and peaceful location.
Thomasville My much loved Mom lives in Thomasville, and I also graduated from Brookwood School in 1988 in Thomasville, Georgia.
Watkinsville Before I moved to the United Arab Emirates in 2002, I was a teacher at Oconee County High School in Watkinsville, Georgia.

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R. Stewart Braswell, Webmaster
Last Updated: 13 July 2014