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A Life of Service

President’s Day is a good time to reflect on service to others. I have always been proud of my decision to enter public service. My quilt Good Things Are Happening celebrates my service to Fulton County. The quilt gets its … Continue reading

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Election Day in Georgia

It’s election day in Georgia. Voting is an awesome responsibility for all who live in a democracy. Take it seriously. I made Good Things Are Happening as a memory quilt for my time spent working for Fulton County. The name comes … Continue reading

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A Private Quilter Once Again

My term as president of the Brown Sugar Stitchers Quilt Guild has ended. I have to admit I am happy to go out on a high note. The Brown Sugar Stitchers Quilt Show was a phenomenal success! For the first … Continue reading

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Fulton County Commissioner Bill Edwards Will Cut the Ribbon at the Quilt Show

Once again all facets of my life collide. Commissioner Bill Edwards, one of my bosses while I was Fulton County Attorney, will cut the ribbon at the Brown Sugar Stitchers Quilt Show August 1, 2009 at 10 a.m. Always, more … Continue reading

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Service Delivery Strategy Prevents Government Waste

Politicians are well known for power plays and turf battles. Often these personal goals are placed above the good of the people they were elected to serve. During the current economic down turn, it  is more critical than ever for … Continue reading

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Public Officials Need Mediation

Although I have been personally involved in lawsuits where one public official sued another, I think it is unseemly for public officials to sue each other. While disagreements are sure to arise, I think public officials owe it to their … Continue reading

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