April 21, 2003
Valdosta - A South Georgia town is showcasing its public services. It's all part of Georgia Cities Week.
The city of Valdosta will hold a different public service activity each day this week for the event. Monday, about 50 city employees turned out for a community blood drive.
"We wanted a way to educate our customers on the services we provide, and also a way to give back to the community we serve," said City Manager Larry Hanson.
Tuesday, city employees will be washing customers' windows at the city's customer service center.
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