In October we will not only celebrate what is “Made in Troup County” during Manufacturing Appreciation Month but also the opportunity for products to be “Re-Made” through the efforts of Keep Troup Beautiful which is celebrating 25 years of service to Troup County. Natalie Johnston-Russell, from the Keep Georgia Beautiful Foundation, will be the keynote speaker during the October 16 Early Bird Breakfast.
Natalie Johnston-Russell joined the Keep Georgia Beautiful Foundation as Executive Director in September 2017. With a proud history as the first state affiliate of Keep America Beautiful, Keep Georgia Beautiful provides support to the largest network of local KAB affiliates in the country, whose 78 programs represent 80% of Georgia’s population. Keep Georgia Beautiful works to bring together government, business, and individuals to inspire and educate people to take action every day to improve and beautify their community environment.
Prior to joining the Keep Georgia Beautiful Foundation, Natalie was Regional Volunteer Services Officer for the Georgia Region of the American Red Cross. She has over 13 years of experience as a nonprofit leader with skills in staff and volunteer management, fund development, service delivery and community outreach. Natalie lives in Atlanta with her husband Bryan and their two children, Lorelei and Liam.
Please join Keep Troup Beautiful for coffee and networking in the McLellan Parlor prior to the breakfast. Breakfast will be provided by C’sons/Mare Sol. To register, email to firstname.lastname@example.org or register online at www.lagrangechamber.com. To guarantee your seat and receive advance registration discount, please register by October 11.