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Newsmakers in Business, Oct. 6
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Gainesville businessman John B. Hulsey Jr., left, is sworn in to another term on the Georgia Agricultural Exposition Authority by Gov. Nathan Deal.

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Tymchuk honored as ‘40 Under 40,’ and area featured in Georgia Trend

Melissa Tymchuk, director of public relations and marketing for Northeast Georgia Health System, is featured in the “40 Under 40” article and on the cover of the October issue of Georgia Trend magazine.

Georgia Trend also profiles the economic success of Gainesville and Hall County in the issue with an article titled, “A healthy mix: Poultry, tourism, education and manufacturing.”

Extra copies of the magazine are available at no charge at the Greater Hall Chamber of Commerce, 230 E.E. Butler Parkway, Gainesville.

Gainesville’s Hulsey reappointed to state Agricultural Exposition Authority

John B. Hulsey Jr. of Gainesville has been reappointed to the Georgia Agricultural Exposition Authority by Gov. Nathan Deal.

Hulsey is president of Hulsey Environmental Services Inc. and LHR Farms.

He and his wife, Cinda, have four children and six grandchildren.

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