September 8, 2002
By Elaine Armstrong
Albany- Governor Barnes recently announced that Georgia will participate in the volunteer program.
Ordinary citizens can train to be part of a community emergency response teams or volunteer law enforcement officials. Some South Georgians say the citizen corps is a step in the right direction.
"It will let us as citizens believe that we are doing something a little more than just sitting back and watching and then maybe playing an active role in what is happening to us as a country," says Sherry Branch.
To find out how you can join the citizen corps log on to their website www.citizencorps.gov
Posted at 5:05 PM by Elaine Armstrong
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