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30 March 2017 - 17:16, by , in Blog, No comments
The first Member Mixer of 2017 last week was a success!  A number of Pace Cetters celebrated each other and the arrival of Spring at Eclipse di Luna across from Perimeter Mall.   There was relaxation, refreshments, conversation and – best of all – “connection” with Pace Cetters friends.  Thank you to the Program Co-Chairs — Ruth Bowers, Beverley Guyer and Joy...
1 March 2017 - 21:13, by , in Blog, No comments
This past Saturday a small, yet dedicated, group of Pace Cetters met to clean up and prep the gardens at Floyd Middle School in anticipation of the big planting day – April 22, 2017.  Turns out that this will also be Earth Day – how perfect!  The group spent 3 full hours raking, digging, pruning, turning...
14 February 2017 - 17:53, by , in Blog, No comments
We had a wonderful time at Book Club on Sunday February 12th hosted by Kate Malone & Dave Maples.  There were a number of great books to choose from and we were able to narrow the list down to our 4 selections for the year: Sunday, April 2nd 2:00 – 4:00 pm Host: Cheryl Clifford...
27 January 2017 - 19:54, by , in Blog, No comments
The Pace Cetters Annual Holiday Luncheon occurred on Wednesday, December 14, 2016 and it was a wonderful celebration of our members and the fabulous year we had together.  It was well attended with many guests and a phenomenal speaker –  Southern, Sassy and Savvy Harley Riding Humorist June Cline.  June gave a wonderful presentation on...
15 December 2016 - 20:54, by , in Blog, No comments
On November 13th, Pace Cetters member Kim Ferguson hosted Book Club for our final book of the year – “The Widow” by Fiona Barton.  Kim, and her husband David, opened up their beautiful home and provided delicious appetizers and beverages.  They even had Jeeves help with the mimosas! Thank you to Kim and David for a...
3 November 2016 - 20:39, by , in Blog, No comments
Post by Beth Estes & Teresa Bioust; Photos by Teresa Bioust. The Oakland Cemetery Tour took place on Sunday, October 16th and it was a gorgeous, sunny day!  We had a great turn out as expected. Dating back to 1849, this landmark is rich in Atlanta history and traditions of past.  Pace Cetters member Debraleigh...
16 September 2016 - 16:31, by , in Blog, No comments
For the sixth year in a row, Pace Cetters participated in the Teal Trot 5K, the main fundraiser for the Georgia Ovarian Cancer Alliance (GOCA), on Saturday, September 10th in Piedmont Park. The mission of GOCA is to increase awareness and educate Georgia’s women and their families as well as the healthcare community about risks,...
29 August 2016 - 20:10, by , in Blog, No comments
On July 17th, Pace Cetters member Beverley Guyer hosted Book Club for our 2nd book of the year – “The Swans of Fifth Avenue” by Melanie Benjamin.  In honor of the book, we were treated to some delicious Manhattans, along with other summertime beverages and delicious food.  A special surprise was the gorgeous new deck...
29 August 2016 - 19:53, by , in Blog, No comments
July’s Monthly Member Luncheon was a Member Mixer which is a time when members can casually mix and mingle with all members to catch up and enjoy each other’s company without rushing to get to our seats.  We love our speakers, but we also love the chance to just mix and mingle!
24 June 2016 - 16:10, by , in Blog, No comments
On June 11th, a group of Pace Cetters took a behind the scenes tour of the historic Fox Theatre.  They learned of the famous history of the theater and were able to get up close and personal with some of the beautiful architecture.  A great big thank you to Judy Slater for coordinating this fun and educational...

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Annual dues are $85.00 payable by January 15 each year. Dues for members joining during the year are prorated. Dues can be paid personally or by company sponsorship. The Monthly Member Luncheons are $33.00 per lunch and can be paid in full for the year (11 months*) or one at a time. *December's luncheon is typically at a higher price and is always paid separately.