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Monday May 27th, 2019 9:47AM

Gainesville woman chosen for GOP honor

By AccessWDUN Staff
The Georgia Federation of Republican Women elected Judy True of Gainesville as the Outstanding Federation Republican Woman of Georgia at the recent 2017 GFRW Biennial Convention held in Marietta.
 
The Georgia Federation award honors a GFRW member who has made the most outstanding contribution to the Federation through her work in GFRW, the Republican Party and her community service.
 
Judy has retired as editor in chief of VOICES Publications, a group which has managed a varied portfolio of publications and services for Republican readers, including the nationally read VOICES Magazine. She served the state federation as 1st Vice President and is now retiring as GFRW’s District Director for the Ninth Congressional District.
 
Working for the National Federation of Republican Women, Judy has contributed to a variety of publications, projects and services, and she is currently co-chairman of the Special Projects Committee.
 
After moving to Gainesville, Judy became a charter member of the Republican Women of Hall and presently serves as membership chairman. She is also a past officer of the Hall County GOP.
 
In addition, Judy belongs to the Gainesville Newcomers Club and enjoys her role as layout artist for the club’s monthly newsletter.
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Gainesville woman chosen for GOP honor
The Georgia Federation of Republican Women elected Judy True of Gainesville as the Outstanding Federation Republican Woman of Georgia at the recent 2017 GFRW Biennial Convention held in Marietta.
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