Cherokee County Fire and Emergency Services recognized one of its employees Monday morning for a recent accomplishment.

Clinical Coordinator Kyle O’Bryan was honored by Fire Chief Tim Prather for receiving his certificate for Local Government Management from the University of Georgia. The course is a nationally recognized Management Development Program that covers management and leadership development for local government.

“The course was held two days a week for eight months,” O’Bryan said in a news release. “The course started back in October and concluded this past June and was held at Canton City Hall.”

Cherokee County Fire and Emergency Services wanted to offer a special congratulations to O’Bryan for his accomplishment.

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