Elected Bowman Officials Sworn in Yesterday

December 31, 2013

Its official, come January 1st newly elected officials will take their respective seats, which they won back in November.

Three Bowman officials were sworn in yesterday afternoon at the Elbert County Probate Court offices by Elbert County Probate Judge Stephanie Hewell.

First to be sworn in yesterday was newly elected Mayor Pete Gibbons.

“And that I am otherwise qualified to hold said office according to the Constitution of the United States and laws of Georgia, and that I will support the Constitution of the United States and the State so help me God”, read Probate Judge Hewell. “I will, so help me God”, answered back Gibbons.

Following Gibbons, both Calvin Wade Bridge and Betty Jo Maxwell took their respective oaths.

“And that I am otherwise qualified to hold said office according to the Constitution of the United States and laws of Georgia, and that I will support the Constitution of the United States and the State so help me God”, again read Probate Judge Hewell. Responding back with an “I do” of their own were Council Members Betty Jo Maxwell and Calvin Wade Bridges.

The only elected Bowman official to not be sworn in was elected Councilwoman Rachel Felice, but according to Gibbons, she is expected to be sworn in before the council’s first regular meeting in 2014.

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