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Two Forsyth County employees recognized for 25 years of service

By Staff
CUMMING - The Forsyth County Board of Commissioners recently recognized two employees for their years of service with the county.<br /> <br /> William White and Wendy Frazier, both of the Parks and Recreation Department, were each recognized for reaching 25 years of service with the county.
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