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Monday October 22nd, 2018 3:47AM

Gainesville, Lula residents named to Leadership Georgia Class of 2018

By Ken Stanford Reporter

A Gainesville woman, Katie Mathis Dubnik, and a woman from Lula, Caroline Black Lewallen, are among the members of this year's Leadership Georgia class.

In addition, as AccessWDUN reported in November, Srikanth Yamala, Director of Planning for Hall County, is also on the list.  Yamala lives in Athens.

Other northeast Georgians chosen this year include:  Sarah Christian Haynes, Dawsonville; Vincent Brian Horton, Clarkesville; and, Robert Daniel Graves, Elberton.

You can read more about Leadership Georgia on the organization's website.

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