Monday May 17th, 2021 3:07PM

Glover recognized for service to Forsyth County Board of Registrations and Elections

The Chief Registrar and Chairman of the Board of Registrations and Elections for the past 5 years in Forsyth County plans to retire at the end of the year.
Donald Glover, a life-long resident of the county, began serving in the polls in the 1970's and taught in the schools according to a resolution recognizing his service read by Commissioner Cindy Jones Mills.

The resolution also highlighted his service to the county goverment as Mills read, "...and Whereas Donald Glover also served on the Forsyth County Board of Commissioners from 1981-1984 and served as Vice Chairman of the board in 1982 and Chairman of the board in 1983-1984...".
His last day of service will be December 31st of this year.

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