On Friday, August 17th, the annual Girls Inc. of Greater Atlanta luncheon will celebrate our 42ndtanniversary in Atlanta by honoring three outstanding young women with scholarships for higher education. Don’t miss this exciting event ﬁlled with special presentations and remarks from Girls Inc. corporate partners and friends. You will leave inspired!
Friday August 17, 2018, 11:30am-1:30pm
7 Concourse Parkway, Atlanta, GA 30328
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Take Interstate 20 West to Interstate 285 North/West (Exit 67).
From I-285 North/West take Exit 28 (Peachtree-Dunwoody Road).
Proceed to the first traffic light and turn left into the Concourse Complex.
Follow signs to the hotel.
The hotel will be on the right.
Take Interstate 20 East to Interstate 285 North/East (Exit 51).
From I-285 North take Exit 26 (Glenridge Drive).
Turn left onto Glenridge Drive.
Proceed to the 4th traffic light.
Turn right on Hammond Drive.
Continue through 2 traffic lights.
After the bridge, turn right into Concourse Office Park.
The hotel is on the left.
From Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
Take Interstate 85 North to Georgia State Route 400 (Exit 87).
Proceed on GA-400 to the Glenridge Connector (Exit 4A).
Turn right at the end of the connector onto Glenridge.
Proceed to the second traffic light.
Turn left onto Peachtree-Dunwoody Road.
Turn left at the 6th light into Concourse Office Park.
Take Interstate 75 South to Interstate 285 East.
Proceed on I-285 to Glenridge Drive (Exit 26) and turn left.
Continue to the 4th traffic light.
Self-parking is available at the hotel.
Girls Inc. began in 1976 as the Girls Club of Cobb County serving girls out of a one-room trailer. Each year Girls Inc. serves approximately 1,000 girls in Kindergarten through 12th grade through comprehensive In-School, After-School and Summer Camp programming in Cobb, Fulton and Gwinnett counties. In the past 42 years Girls Inc. has expanded to serve over 105,000 girls in these areas through in-school and center-based programs.
Our programs provide trained and qualified adults who facilitate programming with girls to ensure:
1. Strong (Healthy Lifestyles): Providing programs and referrals for youth and families in areas of physical development, careers and life planning, economic literacy, fit lifestyles, exercise, nutrition, substance abuse prevention, adolescent pregnancy prevention, and personal safety.
2. Smart (Academic Achievement): Providing daily homework assistance and tutoring, supplemental education in the areas of science, math, technology, reading, creative and informational writing, leadership development, self-esteem, responsible behavior, goal-setting, and effective communication strategies.
3. Bold (Independence): Providing programs for girls in the areas of health, money management, sexuality, careers and life planning and inspiring girls to have the self- determination to succeed.
If you have any questions regarding the 2018 Strong, Smart and Bold Luncheon please contact:
Jennifer Kopman- email@example.com or 678-686-1740 ext. 212
Director of Development at Girls Inc. of Greater Atlanta