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In the beginning were two cotton buyers.....


Brothers Crawford and Rhydon Mays were given credit by our first club president J.B. Jemison for “agitating” the organization of the club. The Mays were cotton buyers in the Thomasville office of Georgia Cotton Company, which was headquartered in Albany. When Crawford transferred to the head office, he joined Albany’s Rotary Club. Shortly after, he and Rhydon began enthusiastically recommending the formation of a club in Thomasville.

Posted by Marta Turner
January 4, 2021

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