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August 22, 2007

Thomasville-- The Prosecuting Attorney's Council of Georgia chose Joe Mulholland of the South Georgia Judicial Circuit to receive the Executive Director's Public Service Award. Mulholland was recognized for his commitment to the community that goes above and beyond the job of a district attorney.

Mulholland said while he's honored by the award, he can't take all the credit.   "When I got the award I told the folks at PAC the only reason I got it was my community was the one that came through it was the Katrina effort that they had, the child advocacy center that's been done, that's all a community effort. So it really wasn't an award I got, it was an award South Georgia received," he said.

Mulholland's staff nominated him for the award based on his continued commitment to help the small towns hit by Hurricane Katrina, starting a child advocacy center that will soon be open, and many other projects.

 

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