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Posted: Friday, January 13, 2017 2:00 pm

During its regularly-schedule meeting on Jan. 9, the Gordon County Board of Education unanimously elected Board member Chris Johnson as Chairman of the Board. Bobby Hall was chosen to serve as Vice-Chair, following a non-contested nomination.

Johnson, who is beginning his third term as a Board of Education member, represents the Fairmount community as the Post 6 elected official. “I’d like to thank the Board for its confidence in me. I appreciate them electing me to fill the Chairman’s seat, and I look forward to our schools’ continued success,” said Johnson.

Hall is also a veteran member of the Board and resides in Calhoun, which constitutes Post 4.

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