Coffee and doughnuts with the sheriff

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MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – Connecting with the community.

That is exactly what Bibb County’s Sheriff David Davis said is his favorite part of the job.

Friday morning, connecting with the community is what he did, all while the group enjoyed coffee and doughnuts.

Sheriff Davis visited clients of Alice’s Place Adult Day Program to answer their questions and address their concerns.

The owner of Alice’s Place, Patrice Duncan, spoke about why the meeting was important to her clients.

She said, “it’s good to see the sheriff, then you can put a face to the name, and so that is one of the reasons they wanted to see him.”

Sheriff Davis was not the only person to pay the folks at Alice’s Place a visit.

Local paramedics stopped by to speak with the group, followed by the Mercer University Dance Team and cheerleaders.

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Chip Matthews, a graduate of Georgia State University, is a Multimedia Journalist from Grand Rapids, Michigan. Before joining the WMGT team, Chip worked in similar roles at News Channel Nebraska, in Norfolk, Nebraska. While in college, he worked for CBS46 in Atlanta as an Assignment Editor News Intern and as a DJ for 88.5 WRAS and 95.1 KVCM. Chip blames his love for news on his natural curiosity and passion for telling stories. When he is not working, Chip is enjoying life with his wife and kids. His hobbies include filmmaking, photography, anything outdoor-related and watching the Detroit Lions lose on Sundays.