Randolph County Chamber of Commerce
51 Court St. - P. O. Box 31
Cuthbert, GA   39840
PHONE:  855-782-6312
FAX:  229-469-5211

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Randolph County offers many opportunities in tourism, recreation, education, health care, active civic clubs, specialty shopping, and news. We have plenty of land for hunting and some great fishing as well in our local streams, ponds and rivers. 

Sometimes a place just feels right. Not too big, not too small. In Southwest Georgia, one of those special places is Randolph County. If you want to experience the ordinary, you have plenty of other options. If you want to delve into a community rich in history and opportunity, come see us. 
Progressive Magazine recently did a wonderful article on Chris Johnson and the Murals on the Shellman Grain bins.  Please click on the following link to read this article:  


You are invited to the following event: 


 Event to be held at the following time, date, and location: 
Saturday, March 17, 2018 from 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM (EDT) 
Andrew College on the Square
99 Plum Street
Cuthbert, GA 39840

An evening of mystery theatre, featuring live music, delicious food, and a murder mystery presented in two locations on the historic square in downtown Cuthbert. Enjoy gathering clues as the mystery unfolds in multiple scenes, then play detective and solve the crime! Tickets must be purchased by Monday, March 12th at 4PM. Limited seating, so order soon!


How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Call the theatre program at 229.732.5968 or email deborahlissgreen@andrewcollege.edu


The city of Cuthbert just received notice that we've been awarded 1 of 11 Tourism Product Development grants for the Fletcher Henderson Home Restoration Project!

This makes #5 for us since their visit to Randolph County in June 2016!!!!!
 Amy Fuhlman, Marketing/Outreach Coordinator of Southwest Georgia Regional Medical Center, recently presented a very informative program to the Cuthbert Rotary Club. She addressed issues being faced by rural hospitals and how citizens can help through the Tax Credit Program. Currently, any donation made, allows 90% tax credit. A bill has just been introduced into the House to allow 100% tax credits. Last year, SWGRMC received $100,000, with these dollars going back into our community. Most of the dollars went to the radiology department to upgrade technological equipment. Additional needs which have been identified include: safe gated area for the Nursing Home residents; remodeling, upgrade HVAC, expansion of the therapy department, more vital sign monitors, a new hot water system, more medication carts, continuous computer hardware upgrades and recruitment/retention of qualified staff. With the nationwide shortage of nurses, this is a challenge. Already this year, $57,000 has been received. SWGRMC is a vital Randolph County economic engine as it is the only medical facility in the area and without it, there would be a tremendous loss of revenue and terribly affect our quality of life. In 2016, they served over 12,000 citizens, over 5,000 in the emergency room, 300 in the hospital, with over 200 employees. If you are interested in learning more about this Tax Credit program, please contact Amy at (229) 209-1347 or cell at (470) 388-4400 or email her at adfuhlma@sgrmc.net