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Ceremony launches program to draw travelers to Highway 301


Pictured (l-r): Wayne Dasher, Glennville Mayor Chris Roessler, Glennville Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Linda Griffin, Georgia Ag Commissioner Gary Black, and Georgia DOT Board member Ann Purcell.
 
Ceremony launches program to draw travelers to Highway 301

Surrounded by tables laden with food prepared by restaurants, and products produced by business firms along a stretch of U.S. Highway 301, a number of dignitaries joined local and area citizens last week for the official unveiling of signs that will designate the “Georgia Grown - Trail 301.”
The “Taste of the Trail” celebration, held at Watermelon Creek Vineyard near Glennville, Ga., last Tuesday, allowed guests to sample fruitcake, barbecue, home-style cooking, and sweets – all provided courtesy of restaurants located along Hwy. 301 from Screven to Charlton counties. Other business firms from the eight-county corridor that runs from Sylvania to Folkston displayed various local products and information about their towns and counties.

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