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Tech Foundation tour of historic churches visits Liberty
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The Gospel Cousinaires, who include Liberty County Commission Chairman Donald Lovette, right, sing during a tour of historic churches in Liberty County for the Georgia Tech Foundation. - photo by Photo provided.

The Liberty County Convention and Visitors Bureau worked with the Georgia Department of Economic Development, Tourism Division, to help organize a Historic Rural Churches Tour for members of the Georgia Tech Foundation on June 9.

A few of Liberty County’s historic churches were on the itinerary. The Midway Congregational Church on Highway 17 in Midway, was the first stop in Liberty County. Tina Scott of the Midway Museum guided the tour.

For lunch the group traveled to Coastal Electric Cooperative office south of Midway on 17, where Smokin’ Pig catered. During lunch, visitors had a chance to enjoy gospel music performed by the Gospel Cousinaires. Donald Lovette, chairman of Liberty County Board of Commissioners, is a part of this group along with other locals.

After lunch, the group went to Dorchester Presbyterian Church, off Brigdon Road east of Midway. Julie Martin guided everyone around and talking about the history of Dorchester Presbyterian, along with historic events that took place during this time period.
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