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Georgia Chapter Annual Gathering

Chapter Holiday Party

The Georgia Chapter's membership is cordially invited to a gathering for food, fellowship, and festivities on Saturday, December 6, 2008 from 7-11pm in Sandy Springs, GA..

This social will be hosted by the environment-minded in-laws of Curt Smith in their 200-year-old log cabin in Sandy Springs, GA.

You'll meet fellow Sierrans from other groups and areas in Georgia and get to commune in the vibrations of an old and grand log cabin.

So mark your calendar, and RSVP right away of your intention to join in the fun.

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Join Us at the Party:

Date: Saturday, Dec 6, 2008

Time: 7:00pm - 11:00pm

Place: 8295 Ison Rd.
Sandy Springs, GA 30350


  1. Take the Northridge exit off 400, or take Roswell Rd. North.
  2. From 400: Turn toward Roswell Rd. (If North bound this would be a circle around and over 400 exit.)
  3. Left (South) on Roswell Rd.
  4. Next light, turn right, this is Ison Rd. FYI: Ison turns into Frazier on the other side of Roswell Rd.
  5. About 1/4 mile down on the right is 8295. Parking on the street is great.

What To Bring: BYOB and a dish, salad or dessert to share. Dress is casual.


RSVP to Curt Smith (email: or phone: (404)-294-6686). Email works best.

If lost the night of the event, call Nancy at (770)-396-0042.

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It was originally built in Tennessee, by a TN senator (perhaps one of Gore's ancestors?)

This Senatorial-sized cabin was moved log by log to its present location in central Sandy Springs 25 years ago and updated a bit with a basement and expansions that make this a truly a one of a kind home. There's at least one log that is believed to be American chestnut.

There's nothing like the joy of holiday meaning, good folks, candle light and in an inviting and warm wood home. Holiday cheers and health to you and your family.

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