Metcalf, Georgia

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Metcalf is located in Georgia (U.S. state)
Location within the state of Georgia
Coordinates: 30°42′1″N 83°59′17″W / 30.70028°N 83.98806°W / 30.70028; -83.98806Coordinates: 30°42′1″N 83°59′17″W / 30.70028°N 83.98806°W / 30.70028; -83.98806
Country United States
State Georgia
County Thomas
Time zone Central (CST) (UTC-6)
 • Summer (DST) CDT (UTC-5)

Metcalf is a small village in southwestern Georgia. Near Metcalf there is the WCTV Tower, the tallest structure in Georgia. A lumberyard is located on the main highway. There are two churches located in Metcalf, Friendship Baptist[1] and Metcalf Methodist Church. Friendship Baptist is one of the oldest congregations in the Georgia Baptist Convention. Founded in 1848 about 2 miles outside of the township of Metcalf it was later moved to the present site in 1890.[1]