Two Trustees, two class acts

“Being named a Georgia Trustee is considered the highest honor that the state can bestow on a citizen. It’s given to those who live up to the motto that the original Trustees of the Georgia colony embraced in 1733: Non sibi sed aliis. That means “not for self, but for others.”

 

Two Trustees, two class acts

Tom Barton, Savannah Morning News

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