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Augusta Museum honors community leaders in annual symposium



In honor of Lt. Col. Jimmie Dyess, a North Augusta native, the Augusta Museum of History hosted the 13th annual Jimmie Dyess Symposium on Thursday evening, Jan. 12. 

After spending much of his youth in Augusta, Dyess joined the Marine Corps Reserve in 1936 and eventually assumed command of...

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  1. Mr. Gillespie…the City of Augusta, as well as many individuals, are fortunate that you moved from Minnesota to Augusta over 40 years ago. Thank you for your contributions to our “Health Care Community” and also for helping the many people who benefited from your phenomenal leadership.
    Lamar & Judy Wheeler

  2. Congratulations to Mr. Gillespie and Augusta’s crown jewel, Pat Knox Hudson! She is an exemplary role model for so many and is the very definition of selfless servant! We are blessed to have both of them along with General Smith and his wife Connor to inspire us!

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