“First Friday has come a long way but we couldn't have made it without the strong partnerships we've developed with local businesses,” Schulte said.
Some of those supporters that Schulte is grateful for includes the Milledgeville Police Department, Oconee Regional Medical Center Volunteer Services Departments, Old Capital Museum, Georgia College, Digital Bridges, Z97 FM, Creative Expressions, along with local artists, musicians and downtown merchants.
The First Friday Committee continues to grow in numbers and everyone involved is thrilled with the impressive progress of First Fridays over the years.
“We are excited to be celebrating our second successful year of First Fridays and are looking forward to many more to come,” Schulte said.
Make sure to be a part of First Friday history by attending the two-year anniversary of First Friday, Feb. 1. From 6 to 9 p.m. It will be a love affair you will never forget.
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