President's Message

It’s Super Bowl week! I am excited and ready to check one of my bucket list items off the list and watch the G.O.A.T. engineer a Super Bowl win! In an interview this week, Robert Kraft owner of the New England Patriots explained how he believes empowering people, encouraging them to take risks, and creating an ego-less culture has helped the Patriots thrive over the years. Plus, a little luck. Culture is the key which is what we heard from Coach Bohannon last week and is true for all of our organizations.

Atlanta and Georgia are welcoming the world and lots of people are involved in making this a great week for over 1 million visitors. Sadly, the Super Bowl also increases human trafficking and our own Dave McCleary is working tirelessly with several partners to raise awareness about human trafficking and reach victims. Well done, Dave!

This week, we welcome the Roswell High School Football Team who were Region Champions this season and honor one of RHS’ team leaders with the Skipper Hoke Leadership Award! Charles Smith will share his experiences on the football field and working with students and creating leaders.

North Fulton Community Charities activated the warming center twice last week and it may be activated again this week. We need your help! Please sign up to get the activation email and help if you can when the center is activated! You do not need any training, just a heart for service. Ed Klaas, Katha Stuart and I participated in the Point-In-Time Homeless Count. Over 40 homeless people were located in one night. NFCC is providing a warm place for these folks on the coldest nights. Let’s help care for those less fortunate. Contact Mike Nielsen if you can help.

There are only 5 spots left in the Entrepreneurs Workshop! So far we have raised $5,200 to end polio with this great project! Be sure to thank Hal Coleman and Mike Prewett and to share this opportunity to build a successful business with people you know! It starts Feb. 7!

See you Thursday!

President Becky

Posted by Becky Stone
January 27, 2019


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