PACE Center for Girls President and CEO Mary Marx speaks at a press conference in June 2016 to announce a $150,000 commitment from Macon-Bibb County District Attorney David Cooke to help bring the program to Macon-Bibb County.
PACE Center for Girls President and CEO Mary Marx speaks at a press conference in June 2016 to announce a $150,000 commitment from Macon-Bibb County District Attorney David Cooke to help bring the program to Macon-Bibb County. jvorhees@macon.com The Telegraph
PACE Center for Girls President and CEO Mary Marx speaks at a press conference in June 2016 to announce a $150,000 commitment from Macon-Bibb County District Attorney David Cooke to help bring the program to Macon-Bibb County. jvorhees@macon.com The Telegraph

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