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Everywhere you look, there's a FoCo job for you, poll workers of all ages are needed for the Nov. 8 election and learn all Sawnee Mountain Preserve has to offer!  All of this and more is featured in the latest Your Forsyth Newsletter. Read it ... Read more...

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CTAE high school internship opportunities with the County are now available, Student Government Academy celebrates first graduating class and property assessments have been mailed to County residents. All of this and more is featured in the latest Your Forsyth Newsletter. Read it now: click here. Want ... Read more...

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State releases funds for the Post Rd. project, Forsyth County to host meetings in May for the comprehensive plan update and a dedication ceremony was held for Tolbert St. Cemetery All of this and more is featured in the latest Your Forsyth Newsletter. Read it now: ... Read more...

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Get in the groove at a summer night disco party, learn to do-si-do in a square dancing class and gather with fellow crafters for a needle-craft club– this and much more is offered for residents 50 and better by Forsyth County Senior Services! For more ... Read more...

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The southern portion of the Big Creek Greenway and Halcyon Trailhead re-open following renovations, adoption fees are waived at the Animal Shelter and Forsyth County launches an all-new podcast! All of this and more is featured in the latest Your Forsyth Newsletter. Read it ... Read more...

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The State awards Forsyth County a $32.6 million grant for water infrastructure, the County launches its inaugural Citizens’ Academy class and a progress update on the new SR 369/400 interchange. All of this and more is featured in the latest Your Forsyth Newsletter. Read it ... Read more...

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Take a walk in the park with Senior Services’ therapy dog, Hank, turn trash into treasure by upcycling decor and enjoy a trip to Zoo Atlanta – this and much more is offered for residents 50 and better by Forsyth County Senior Services! For more ... Read more...

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The Fire Department, 911 Center and Sheriff’s Office to host a job fair, the Animal Shelter launches a TikTok account and high school students recognized as County’s first Student Government Academy. All of this and more is featured in the latest Your Forsyth Newsletter. Read ... Read more...

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Senior Services introduces a therapy dog for older adults, Sheriff Ron Freeman and Fire Chief Barry Head recognize 911 officers and Foster Forsyth provides opportunities for residents to make their voices heard on the County’s future. All of this and more is featured in the ... Read more...

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Learn to make your own jewelry, tour the World of Coke and enjoy a cup of coffee with a new social group – this and much more is offered for residents 50 and over by Forsyth County Senior Services! For more information on all games ... Read more...