Close to three dozen people, from all parts of Rome/Floyd County, met for breakfast Saturday morning as one of the small groups of One Community United. This group gathers at Troy’s barbecue on North Broad each second Saturday. Among those attending: Community leaders, Realtors, business owners, entrepreuners, healthcare administrators and others. The meetings are open to all and mostly are just networking and one-on-one conversations. For more on One Community United, please click.
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