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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...
22 June 2016 - 18:46, by , in Blog, No comments
On May 19th, a group of Pace Cetters had a lovely evening at the Atlanta Botanical Garden walking the grounds to view the beautiful outdoor Chihuly exhibit.  Teresa Bioust took some great photos so that those of us that couldn’t join them can now take a virtual walking tour of the exhibit.  Thank you Teresa!  And...
2 May 2016 - 20:46, by , in Blog, No comments
(Written by Beth Estes) Fabulous Day at Floyd Middle School!! Pace Cetters showed up and jumped in at our annual garden work day. This has turned into an EVENT at FMS. In addition to PC ladies we had 50 volunteers from the FMS family. A HUGE thanks goes out to the following Pace Cetters for...
21 March 2016 - 19:13, by , in Blog, No comments
This past Sunday, a small – yet special – group of Pace Cetters visited Gibbs Gardens in Ball Ground, GA.  Even though it was a bit chilly, the sun was shining through the clouds and we had a very enjoyable day walking through the gardens.  Thank you to Helen Taffet for coordinating!  She’s assured us...
22 February 2016 - 15:52, by , in Blog, No comments
This past Sunday, the Pace Cetters Book Club met for the first time this year to decide the dates, select the books and determine the hosts for 2016.  We had a fun time discussing the many different suggestions, while partaking in delicious food and drink.  Thank you to Teresa and Fred Bioust for opening their...
Board goofy photo
25 January 2016 - 17:10, by , in Blog, No comments
On Saturday, January 9th at the beautiful Chateau Elan, the new 2016 Board of Directors met for the first time to discuss this year and what to expect for our lunches, speakers, extras, community service projects, etc… The morning started off with President Kate Malone taking a few minutes to share her thoughts and ideas for the...
11 December 2015 - 22:21, by , in Blog, No comments
Our Annual Holiday Luncheon took place this week on Wednesday, December 9th.  We had a full house to see our very special guest speaker – Parisa Khosravi, former SVP of Global Relations for CNN Worldwide.  The decorations at the Capital City Club were beautiful and festive, and the meal was delicious.  After some networking and...

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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.