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December 5, 2012

Mayor's Motorcade visits CSH

MILLEDGEVILLE — Central State Hospital was festive Tuesday as the 54th annual Mayor’s Motorcade rolled through campus. The parade featured CSH staff and volunteers, local fire departments, the Georgia Military College Prep School and Baldwin High School bands and NJROTC, representatives from the Georgia Municipal Association (GMA), mayors from various Georgia cities, and other business representatives who made their way to the Powell Building on floats and vehicles as they waved and threw candy into the passing crowd. Since M-Day began in 1958 by former First Lady of Georgia, Betty Vandiver, to ensure CSH clients were remembered on Christmas, thousands of gifts and funds have been collected to support the effort.

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