The mission of the GTFWC is friendship, scholarship, and service. We hope that you will enjoy discovering the programs, community service projects and interest groups we offer. Membership is open to all who want to join us in supporting the Georgia Tech community.
In addition to the scheduled events listed in the directory, we will announce fun pop-up events on our Facebook page. There is so much to do in Atlanta, and it’s always more fun with friends. To keep up to date on all our activities and club news, please become a member of our private Facebook group. https://www.facebook.com/
Please consider making a donation to our scholarship fund. Last year your contributions allowed us to award five scholarships totaling $10,000 to students who have a parent employed at a Georgia Tech. This year we hope to increase the amount of scholarships we award.
We look forward to seeing you at one of our events this academic year.
Sylvia Romeijn and Jeannie Lightsey
Don’t miss this spectacular exhibit of Dale Chihuly’s masterpiece glass artwork, in the beautiful setting
of the Atlanta Botanical Garden.
This event is especially for new and current members to mingle and get to know each other.
We will meet at the Garden entrance, before the tour starts.
Carpooling is strongly encouraged!
Please RSVP to Lynne by Wednesday, September 28th
Join us for a unique night of fun and frivolity at The Painted Pin.
It is an upscale boutique bowling and entertainment venue in an industrial warehouse space in the heart of Buckhead’s Miami Circle.
Besides “upscale bowling,” also available will be beer, cocktails, snacks, desserts, bocce, ping-pongand skee-ball. The strawberry shortcake is rumored to be particularly delicious!
Space is limited to 35, so be sure to sign up if you are interested!
Please RSVP by Wednesday Oct. 10th to: Cissa Fleming, firstname.lastname@example.org
Please join us in helping the Historic Fourth Ward Park Conservancy maintain and improve Fourth Ward Park.
We will be weeding to remove invasive plants so that the ecosystems can continue to thrive, and we’ll also possibly be installing mulch.
Tools and gloves will be provided, but you may bring your own.
To learn more : h4wpc.org
RSVP by Wednesday, October 19th
In conjunction with The League of Women Voters, we will be driving voters who need transportation to the polls. If you know of anyone who needs help getting to the polls, GTFWC club member or not, please contact the hostesses of this event.
By October 21st to Sylvia R.
Located just oﬀ the square in Mariea, Mariea Wine Market has arranged a wine tasting. SPOUSES ARE WELCOME! You can relax at the bar or on a comfty couch or chair while you taste, learn about wine, and meet your friends.
Complimentary hors d’oeuvres are served at the tastings and donation proceeds go to our GTFWC Scholarship Fund.
They carry over 500 wines and many beers, and also have beautiful gift baskets, hors d’oeuvres for sale, as well as home accessories.
This will be an afternoon of pure indulgence!
Please join us and help the GTFWC Scholarship Fund.
Parking garage by the courthouse has ample parking and street parking if available
Come Fly with us !!
Located at Delta’s Atlanta Headquarters ‐ just seconds from the world’s busiest airport ‐ the newly renovated
Delta Flight Museum offers a one‐of‐a‐kind experience. There are interactive exhibits,
rare artifacts, cutting‐edge technology and an innovative focus on the future of aviation.
At the museum, guests can get an up‐close look at historic aircraft dating back to the
1920’s. Plus, you can buy unique aviation souvenirs at their gift shop.
LUNCH AFTERWARDS TBD!!
RSVP by November 10, 2016
This party is one of the highlights of the year — with camaraderie, holiday music, a special cocktail, delicious refreshments,
and an amazing view.
Don’t forget to wear your most fesstive attire!
We will be collecting diapers, baby wipes, and full size personal hygiene products (shampoo, deodorant, soap,
body wash, and feminine care products) for the GENESIS SHELTER of Atlanta.
Escape-the-Room has been called the “best 60 minutes of your life!”
You and your GTFWC team will race against the clock to crack codes, find clues, and solve the increasingly challenging puzzles.
The challenges might be a murder mystery, finding a cure for a deadly virus, infiltrating a spy ring, or who knows?
Optional Lunch at Glenn’s Kitchen (just a short walk away!) 110 Marietta Street, Atlanta, GA 30303
Please RSVP to Marcy by Wednesday, January 15, 2016
Please plan to join us in assisting this non‐profit group that advocates for the hungry and ensures all needy people in our community have food.
We will be sorting food in the warehouse, so please wear closed toe shoes and comfortable, casual clothes.
If you would like to learn more about this organization, check out www.ACFB.org.
To sign up, please contact Sylvia at email email@example.com
RSVP By Wednesday, January 18, 2017
Once again, GTFWC has reserved the luxurious Callaway Club area! Bring your family
and friends to an exciting game when the GT Women’s Basketball team takes on Virginia
Tech! This Sunday game is family time with fun plans for the kids beginning at
Look what is in store for them:
Tunnel of Luck – Kids form a tunnel & high-5 players as they run out!
Kid Zone (outside Callaway Club)!
Meet and greet Buzz and/or Cheerleaders!
Party favors on the Callaway Club tables!
GTFWC recognition during the game – be there to cheer for us!
Post-game player autographs!
Family fun cannot be any better than this! Come join us and find out!
Free entrance for current faculty and staff with a Buzz card, and all kids 18 and younger!
Cost for others will be as follows: adult ticket $7; senior (55+) ticket $5;
and group rate for 10 or more is $3 per ticket.
If you are attending, please RSVP to Carol Griffin (firstname.lastname@example.org) by Thursday, February 2, with the number attending
and their status (current faculty/staff, children, adult, or senior).
All tickets will be available at the Will Call window in front of McCamish Pavilion. Just ask for GTFWC
tickets. Drinks and refreshments will be available for purchase at any of the Concession
Stands in McCamish! See you there!
LET’S GET A HUGE CROWD TO SUPPORT GT WOMEN’S
BASKETBALL AND EXPERIENCE FUN FAMILY TIME AS WELL!
The Center for Civil and Human Rights in downtown Atlanta is an engaging cultural attraction that connects the American Civil Rights Movement to today’s Global Human Rights Movements.
Their purpose is to create a safe space for visitors to explore the fundamental rights of all human beings so that they leave inspired and empowered to join the ongoing dialogue about human rights in their communities.
All types of human rights are addressed: race, religious, gender, and more.
With RSVP by January 31st,
Cost: $14/person, After January 31st, $17/person
Parking is available at the World of Coca‐Cola or Georgia Aquarium Parking Garages.
Catch up with friends old and new at a wonderful , relaxed potluck evening.
Join us for an Italian dinner filled with your creative potluck dishes!
Bring along an appetizer, side dish, or dessert with an Italian flair to share and enjoy with old and new GTFWC friends.
Of course, spouses and guests are very WELCOME!
RSVP by February 19th with your dish to email@example.com
See you there!
Don’t miss this evening opportunity to learn from one of Atlanta’s favorite chefs, Souper Jenny. Jenny will be cooking for us, sharing her secrets and favorite recipes. Come hungry and thirsty!
Planet Jenny is a collecon of locally owned community cafes striving to nourish your Body, Mind, and Spirit.
Jenny’s cafes serve fabulously fresh food prepared with love by passionate people.
RSVP to Sylvia Mallarino by Monday, March 1st, 2017.
After March 1st, fee is $55 if space is available.
PAWS Atlanta is a no‐kill rescue shelter for dogs and cats.
We will be assisting with grooming, walking, and
cleaning the shelter. This event is for animal lovers everywhere!!
RSVP: By Wednesday, March 22, 2017
Lunch: TBD in Decatur
You will see a two-act play: “DOWNTON ABBEY COMES TO GEORGIA TECH,” an original script written by Sandra.
We have worked hard on the program so that you will have an extremely enjoyable afternoon. Come and see your friends, have a few laughs, maybe win a door prize and be thoroughly entertained! What could be bad?! Hope to see you there. (Tell a friend…Bring a friend.)
TA TA from our fabulous committee: Sandra Rousseau, Karen Mayne, Amy Andreasen, Michaelle Arkin, Carol Griffin, Olga Kotlyar, Jeannie Lightsey, and LeShelle May.
RSVP by Monday, April 10th, 2017
Send check to Carol Griffin ‐ 6019 Queens River Drive, Mableton, GA 30126‐3695