Friday, January 31, 2014

Athens GOP Meeting - Monday, February 10th at 6:00pm

Come join us on Monday, February 10th when we host three guest speakers for our monthly meeting! Our event will begin right at 6:00pm and will be held at the Country Inn & Suites (236 Old Epps Bridge Road, Athens, GA 30606). Food and refreshments will be provided.  Check out the information below regarding the guest speakers on February 10th:  

  Gary Gerrard - 10th Congressional Candidate 

With over $16 Trillion of debt that continues to increase by the second, a sluggish GDP, painstakingly slow job growth, and a Congress that spends more time bickering and name-calling than working on these problems, it has become apparent to Gary that Congress is broken. Gary believes that he can help get Congress back to doing the job assigned by the Constitution and expected by the American people...Read More on Gary Gerrard

Eugene Yu - US Senate Candidate 

The story of Eugene Yu is the story of the American dream. His is the life of an immigrant who came to the United States with nothing more than a dream and the promise of opportunity. The Yu family emigrated from South Korea to Augusta over 40 years ago and Eugene has called Georgia home ever since. After graduating from Butler High School in 1974, Yu became a Richmond County Fireman and attended Augusta College. Yu then enlisted in the United States Army, where he served as a Military Policeman....Read more on Eugene Yu 

David Dwyer - Presentation on Downtown Athens

Downtown Athens is experiencing its greatest change in a generation. New mixed use projects are bringing a new dynamic, and transformative things are occurring within the "grid". David S. Dwyer will address this dynamic, focusing on his development at the SunTrust site but also describing other new developments from East to West, from the former Athens Hardware site over to the former Snow Tire Company. If you haven't been downtown in a while, you may just have reason to go after you have a better understanding of what is happening to Athens' most important physical asset. Read More 

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