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Office building dedicated

Friends and family gathered together last Saturday to officially dedicate Senoia’s newest office building. The historic-looking building was christened the Addy Building after longtime Senoia businessman Ellis Crook’s mother, Leola Mae Addy. Greg Crook, who now manages his father’s businesses, said the honor was fitting for a woman who did not have many material possessions, but dearly loved her family. The office building is located on Ga. Highway 16, next to Crook’s Tire Pro, and currently houses the office of Crescent South Insurance. From left, Senoia City Administrator Richard Ferry, Councilman Bobby Graham, Ellis Crook, Councilman Maurice Grover, Greg Crook and his two children, Jordan and Gregory Crook. Photo/Special.

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