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ROTARY CLUB OF
|Immediate Past President||Teri White|
|Foundation Chair||Kim Walden|
|Membership Chair||Ben Wilds|
|Foundation Chair||Scott Rich|
|Program Director||Al Nicholson|
|Public Image Chair||Marta Turner|
Lord comes to Brookwood with a wealth of experience in university admissions, as well as college counseling in independent school settings. She has served as assistant director of admission, admissionscounselor and financial aid counselor in college admissions and financial aid at Rice University, University of North Texas and Harvard University.
The election of the Officers and Directors for 2019-2020 is just around the corner! Have you got some great ideas and want to help serve our Club? So often people say they haven’t been asked to serve…so we are asking! If you are interested, and I hope you are, please let me know by emailing Kim at email@example.com or Tom Callaway, Chairman of the Nominating Committee at Tom.Callaway@ambwealth.com. Thank you so much and we hope to hear from you!
Next Wednesday, September 26th at the Thomasville Police Department.
Cooks are needed at 10:00 am, Setup ar at 10:30 am, Lunch served by noon & Clean up at 1:00 pm
See you there!
Josh Small has managed Spectra facilities in Augusta and Aiken for nearly 12 years. He said he's looking to bring major attractions to Albany, like WWE Live, which will come to town in August. Small said since he started on May 1, he's been in planning mode. He said he plans to have at least one major event at one of the facilities each quarter. Small said you can expect big-name concerts from all genres, family acts and national acts in the city. "We're just trying to kind of build on that and bring a couple more events that haven't been here in the past so we can slowly start to take the building to the next step. It's not going to happen overnight but we're putting all of that in place to get to that next step," explained Josh Small. Aside from WWE Live, Small said they are in negotiations for possibly three other events this year. Small also said they are looking to hire new positions for their marketing department and sales department to assist with those plans.
The reception for DG Court will be on Wednesday evening, October 10th from 5 pm to 7 pm at the home of Michele Arwood located at 331 Remington Avenue.