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Upcoming Events:

April 10 through April 18, Georgian Delegation via Open World will be visiting.

November 16, 2012 – January 6, 2013
The admission to Winter Wonderland is included with Museum admission and it is free for members.

December 8, 2012 – 5th
Annual Taste of Georgia benefiting Georgian children. Phoenix Award Winner:

December 1-9, 2012
Open World delegation from Georgia will be visiting.

Please visit our Facebook page to read about upcoming events and to better communicate with us

ATSCC Meetings:

Atlanta Sister Cities Commission meets every third Wednesday of the month, please contact Nina Tickaradze for further details at ninat@hallboothsmith.com.


The Georgia to Georgia Foundation (Gage) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization based in Georgia, USA. Ga2Ga is dedicated to following the philosophy of American philanthropist Andrew Carnegie "to do real and permanent good" in Georgia. The Foundation seeks to assist humanitarian efforts, promote education and cultural exchange, encourage sustainable agriculture, and ensure that the country of Georgia has one of the most efficient, open, and productive climates for economic development in the region. By providing practical education to Georgian professionals and expanding the horizons of Georgian students through exchange programs and education, the Foundation is building a brighter future for the development of Georgia.

Email: info@gtgf.org

The volunteers from Peachtree Road Sponsor-A-Child program just returned from visiting the Kitski orphanage in Georgia with many wonderful stories. The volunteers spent 4 1/2 days with the children and taught arts and crafts, music, and dance. A lot of time was also spent playing basketball, soccer, and Uno in their donated playground. After days filled with fun, it was time to leave. The older youth prepared an amazing presentation on the country of Georgia using the new projector a PRUMC donor had given Kitski and showcased an elaborate dance for our departure. Also, two vocational programs have been established in the orphanage thanks to donations from Peachtree Road Sponsor-A-Child program. There is a Hair Styling program and our local plumber, Bondo, has been hired to teach the children the trade of plumbing. We hope to establish a bread-making vocational program soon so the children can learn to bake their own daily bread as bread is one of the more expensive foods delivered to Kitski each day. Finally, the Peachtree Road Sponsor-A-Child program has been moved to February, so please consider re-sponsoring your “adopted” child at that time. Sponsor a child please contact; Lynn Banks at lynnsbanks@charter.net;




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