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Monday January 27th, 2020 9:48AM

Business Briefs

By Ken Stanford Contributing Editor

*The City of Suwanee is seeking proposals and samples from artists for the city’s finders-keepers art-in-nature program.  Artistic proposals for this year’s program will be accepted through January 31. Guidelines and an application are available at suwanee.com.

*Brenau Women's College alumna Shannon McIntosh has won a 2020 Golden Globe for her work as producer of the film "Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood."  The awards were handed out a week ago.

*Habersham County United Way will host its 2nd Annual Night at the Derby fundraiser Feb. 1, 6:30-11:00.   For more information or to purchase tickets, call 706-778-0620 or email heathersinyard@fieldale.com. Tickets can also be purchased online at https://ticketbud.com/events/104c9474-Oadb-11ea-9b8e-42010a717009.

*High school students and family members interested in learning about potentially enrolling at North Georgia Technical College are invited to the Spring 2020 Open House in March on all three campuses. The first 500 students who make a reservation to attend will receive a free t-shirt at the event. To RSVP for the Blairsville event, email kgibbs@northgatech.edu or call 706-439-6316. To RSVP for the Clarkesville or Currahee event, email rainen.wade@northgatech.edu or call 706-754-7793.

*Tickets are still available for three events planned during January by The Arts Council in Gainesville.   Click here for more information on the events and to buy tickets.

*A Hoschton woman, Tracy Jordan, has been named to the Georgia Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, and the Chairman of the White County Commission, Travis Turner of Cleveland, has been appointed to the State Board of Registered Foresters.   The appointments were announced this week by Gov. Brian Kemp.

 

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