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Dearing's Dunn becomes First Bank's IT Officer

Patrick G. Blanchard, president and CEO of Georgia-Carolina Bancshares, Inc. and Remer Y. Brinson III, president and CEO of First Bank of Georgia, jointly announced Feb. 28 the recent election of Jerry Dunn as Information Technology Officer of the bank.

According to Mr. Brinson, "Dunn has served as Network Administrator of the bank since Feb. 28, 2001. He has now earned officer status as Information Technology Officer."

"We are pleased to recognize the contributions that Jerry Dunn has made to the progress of our subsidiary, First Bank," said Mr. Blanchard.

"Jerry Dunn has made a significant impact on the quality of our information technology system of the bank," stated Brinson.

A native of Sparta, GA, Mr. Dunn presently resides in Dearing. Dunn is a member of Sweetwater Baptist Church where he serves as deacon.

He has a diploma from Nathaniel Green Academy in Siloam, and has an associates degree from Augusta Technical College, Augusta.

His activities in the community have included serving as a little league softball coach.

Georgia-Carolina Bancshares, Inc. is a bank holding company with $332 million in assets as of December 31, 2004. The Company owns First Bank of Georgia, which conducts bank operations through offices in Augusta, Martinez and Thomson.

Georgia-Carolina Bancshares' common stock is quoted on the Over-The-Counter Bulletin Board under the symbol GECR. Morgan Keegan & Company, Inc. serves as the principal market maker for the common stock for the Company.

Web posted on Thursday, March 10, 2005


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