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September 5, 2002

Tifton- Tift County teams up to provide a single online resource for all your needs. A group of Tift County non-profit organizations called "Team Tift" launched www.tiftconnects.com this summer with some seed money from Tift Regional Medical Center.

"Now everyone's got one site so you can get all your government information, medical information, arts and entertainment, as well as industries and things for people interested in moving to Tifton," Stacey Beckham with Tift Regional Medical Center said.

The site was designed by a Tifton resident and is already seeing a lot of traffic. They're still expanding the resources available on the website and you can e-mail them with any questions you might have about Tifton, or events going on there.

posted at 2:55 p.m. by dave.d'marko@walb.com