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18 February 2021 - 15:56, by , in Blog, No comments
Community Service Chairs Sheryl Ehlers and Kate Malone coordinated a fabulous project this year for Valentine’s Day: creating and delivering valentines to residents and staff at Parc at Piedmont Senior Living Center. Sheryl Ehlers is a master crafter and created amazing valentine kits for PC volunteers to put together and write inspirational and caring messages....
18 January 2021 - 20:05, by , in Blog, No comments
On Saturday, January 9th, the Pace Cetters 2020 and 2021 Boards met to transfer duties and discuss the comping year. The setting was the beautiful Barnsley Resort where a number of members safely met in person (socially distanced and masked) and the rest of us joined via Zoom. The meeting went extremely well and there...
20 November 2018 - 16:13, by , in Blog, No comments
Back by Popular Demand! This Pace Cetters evening was quite a hit a few years ago, so we are bringing it back. Let’s dress up and get dinner afterwards. Several great restaurants and Ponce City Market are in the area. Capturing the Spirit brings to life the stories of some of the cemetery’s noted residents...
17 August 2018 - 18:33, by , in Blog, No comments
This past Wednesday was our monthly member luncheon and we had a fantastic speaker: Dr. Susanna F. Greer, Director of Clinical Cancer Research, Nutrition and Immunology at the American Cancer Society. Dr. Greer gave a presentation of her work, focusing on immunotherapy in the fight against breast cancer.  A fascinating and extremely informative presentation, and one that we could...
27 July 2018 - 18:19, by , in Blog, No comments
Our most recent Pace Cetters Member Mixer took place on Wednesday, July 18th at the AC Hotel in Buckhead.  A fabulous time was had by all mingling, laughing and catching up with each other over cocktails & appetizers. A big thank you to Joy Kramer for organizing this great Happy Hour! Cheers!
29 June 2018 - 16:20, by , in Blog, No comments
Our third book club meeting of this year occurred on Sunday, June 22nd hosted by Pace Cetters member Ann Howell.  A group of us ventured forth into the wilderness… actually, it was only Gwinnett county and really wasn’t far at all!  😀  The book discussed was Leaving Time by Jodi Picoult.  Most of us found the...
14 June 2018 - 16:19, by , in Blog, No comments
Dr. Teresa Hargrett was our guest speaker for the June luncheon this week.  She is beginning her 11th year as principal of Floyd Middle School and we are so grateful she took time out of her day to have lunch with us.  During the luncheon, Dr. Hargrett gave a presentation involving a review of the school...
16 March 2018 - 20:40, by , in Blog, No comments
On Saturday March 3rd, a number of green-thumbed Pace Cetters (and some family members too) met to clean up and prep the gardens at Floyd Middle School in anticipation of the big planting day – April 14, 2018.  The group spent 3 full hours raking, digging, pruning, turning and weeding the gardens.  The sun was shining...
16 March 2018 - 18:53, by , in Blog, No comments
The first Book Club of the year was held on January 21st at the home of the most gracious hostess……Jean Goodson!  Great food, camaraderie and of course, wine.  Dates and books chosen for 2018 (links to Amazon provided with each book to read summary) below. A big thank you to Jean for hosting; and to...
23 January 2018 - 20:24, by , in Blog, No comments
On Saturday, January 13th, the Pace Cetters Board Members had their half day meeting to discuss the direction and business items for 2018.  At the meeting, the Board presented Portlynn with a gift for her time, dedication and service as President for 2017.   Life is Better Connected was the theme Portlynn chose for 2017 and we certainly...

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