Road dedication honors four Savage postmasters
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During a recent meeting of the Cherokee County Commission, the commission made a special presentation to the Paul Savage family after dedicating a portion of Cherokee County Road 29, which passes in front of Spring Garden Post Office, and naming it as the Savage Memorial Highway.

A special presentation was made by Commissioner Randy Jones to the Savage family.

Part of the statement Jones read said “Resolution designating a portion of Cherokee County Road number 29, the Savage Family Memorial Highway, knows all men by these present that the Cherokee County Commission wishes to recognize and honor the dedication and contributions to Cherokee County from four generations of the Savage family.

Whereas, for nearly a century a member of the Savage family has served as postmaster of the Spring Garden Post Office. Paul H. Savage, Paul H. Savage Jr., Grace Elizabeth Savage, and Paul H. Savage III, whereas the Savage family through their dedication to public service did much to enrich the lives of the residents of Cherokee County and the Spring Garden Community.

“Whereas, the Cherokee County Commission seeks to honor the Savage family by dedicating a portion of the County Road which runs in front of the Spring Garden Post Office where since 1913 a Savage has served as Post Master.”
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