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New Era Beauty Supply
5157 Jimmy Lee Smith Pkwy, Hiram, GA 30141
New Era Beauty provides a huge variety of hair products, weaves, wigs and hair appliances designed specifically forMore African American and ethnic hairstyles. The store opened its doors in Hiram in 2005 when the owner realized there was a big market that was not being serviced.
Hiram Rosenwald School Museum
732 Hiram Douglasville Hwy, Hiram, GA 30141
The Rosenwald School opened in 1930 in Hiram for African-American students around the county. At the time, the presidentMore of Sears Company thought he was just contributing to the community, but he was actually changing history. Today the school is a museum open to students, groups and individuals. Many other attractions are nearby.
Mars Hill Baptist Church
74 Mars Hill Church Path, Dallas, GA 30157
The oldest African-American Church in Paulding County, Mars Hill Baptist Church is currently celebrating its 145thMore year. Rev. Robert Bryant said the most important thing people should know about his church is that the environment provides a loving, caring place to worship. The Church's missionary programs include serving meals to families in need during Thanksgiving and participating in clothing drives during Christmas.
Lori's Amazing Pets and Supplies
45 Darbys Crossing Dr Ste 121, Hiram, GA 30141

Don't be alarmed when you walk into this unusual pet store -- it's likely that a very rare Blue Rhino Iguana willMore keep his eyes on you as you wander through. You can also visit with the shop's African Grey parrot and Umbrella Cockatoo. If fish are your pets of choice, you'll find seahorses, Moorish Idols and stingrays here.

 

Lena Mae Moses Middle School
1066 Old County Farm Rd, Dallas, GA 30132
The school is named after longtime educator Lena M. Moses, who taught in four Paulding County schools during herMore 43-year tenure, which spanned from 1945 to 1988. Moses also began her education in the school system, completing all 11 grades available to African-American students at the time; she continued on, completing 12th grade at Washington High School in Atlanta, and graduated at the top of her class. The school that bears her name serves students in grades six through eight. The school's mascot is the Titans.