Friday Facts: October 7th, 2011

Friday Facts
October 7th, 2011 by Leave a Comment

It’s Friday!


It's a fact
- No Friday Facts or commentary today because …
- The Georgia Public Policy Foundation is busy moving … into new quarters this week. Our new address is 3200 Cobb Galleria Parkway, Suite 214, Atlanta, GA 30339. We're next to the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre, right off I-75. Y'all come on down and celebrate our new home!
 
It's a fact …

– October 24: Please join us as the Foundation celebrates its 20th birthday! Invitations have been mailed for the Foundation’s 20th Anniversary Celebration and Freedom Award dinner, scheduled for the evening of Monday, Oct. 24, at the Renaissance Waverly Atlanta. Speakers include Georgia Governor Nathan Deal and U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson of Georgia. The honoree is Rogers Wade, Chairman of the Foundation’s Board of Trustees. To join in this milestone celebration with the Foundation, please register at http://tinyurl.com/3kwyxf6. If you haven’t received an invitation, call Benita Dodd at 404-256-4050 to get one!  Join Georgia’s only state-focused free market think tank to celebrate changing lives for a better Georgia.


Have a great weekend.


Kelly McCutchen

 

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As an employer, and a parent and a graduate of Georgia public schools, I am pleased that the Foundation has undertaken this project. (The report card) provides an excellent tool for parents and educators to objectively evaluate our public high schools. It will further serve a useful purpose as a benchmark for the future to measure our schools’ progress.

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