George Page has resigned as Brunswick County Parks and Recreation director after 11 years. He will take a job in the private sector and leaves behind a long list of accomplishments.
Page’s last day was Tuesday, and he said this week he is proud of what he and his staff accomplished in the last 11 years, especially bringing a Special Olympics program to the county, expanding the county’s parks and obtaining grant funding for three new parks.
Page said it was difficult to leave, but he was offered a job he couldn’t pass up.
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