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Articles Published on October 10, 2017

CELEBRATE THE REFUGEE VOICES OF METRO ATLANTA

Join us October 21, 2017 toCELEBRATE THE REFUGEE VOICES OF METRO ATLANTA  Saturday, October 21, 2017 3:00 - 6:00 pmClarkston Community Center 3701 College Avenue      ·  Special guest speaker Katerina Taylor, Dekalb Chamber of          Commerce President & CEO     ·  Honorary Chair Dr. Heval Kelli, Refugee to US citizen         & cardiologist     ·  M.C. Neima Abdulahi, 11Alive Journalist       ·  Honoree Hank Woolard, Refugee Program Coordinator, Oak        Grove Methodist Church Performances, music, and food from local community artists and restaurants included with your purchased ticket. Tickets $15 in advance / $20 at the door / kids 10 & under free / sponsorship opportunities available. Purchase tickets and sponsorships here.   

Clarkston city council candidates discuss leadership and plans for city part One

  Sagal Radio presented a Clarkston community forum between city council candidates. It's a crowded ballot and candidates discussed their priorities, public safety, the city budget and why diversity andinclusion are important for Clarkston. Candidates include: Yterenickia "YT" Bell, Christopher Busing, Jamie Carroll (incumbent), Ahmed M. Hassan (incumbent), Laura Carol Hopkins, Dean S. Moore (incumbent), Grant Hassan Salaam, Jennifer Schliestett. For the special election: Andrea Cervone and Warren Hadlock. 
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Clarkston city council candidates discuss leadership and plans for city Part two

  Sagal Radio presented a Clarkston community forum between city council candidates. It's a crowded ballot and candidates discussed their priorities, public safety, the city budget and why diversity andinclusion are important for Clarkston. Candidates include: Yterenickia "YT" Bell, Christopher Busing, Jamie Carroll (incumbent), Ahmed M. Hassan (incumbent), Laura Carol Hopkins, Dean S. Moore (incumbent), Grant Hassan Salaam, Jennifer Schliestett. For the special election: Andrea Cervone and Warren Hadlock. 
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CELEBRATE THE REFUGEE VOICES OF METRO ATLANTA

Join us October 21, 2017 to  CELEBRATE THE REFUGEE VOICES OF METRO ATLANTA  Saturday, October 21, 2017 3:00 - 6:00 pmClarkston Community Center 3701 College Avenue      ·  Special guest speaker Katerina Taylor, Dekalb Chamber of          Commerce President & CEO     ·  Honorary Chair Dr. Heval Kelli, Refugee to US citizen         & cardiologist     ·  M.C. Neima Abdulahi, 11Alive Journalist       ·  Honoree Hank Woolard, Refugee Program Coordinator, Oak        Grove Methodist Church Performances, music, and food from local community artists and restaurants included with your purchased ticket. Tickets $15 in advance / $20 at the door / kids 10 & under free / sponsorship opportunities available. Purchase tickets and sponsorships here.   
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