Proceeds from the Cornhole Tournament benefit annual Leadership Scholarships that are presented to local high school seniors who demonstrate outstanding leadership and community service potential.
Monday, June 11, 2012
By Sara Ray, Douglas County Chamber The Young Professionals Connection of Douglas County is hosting the first-ever Cornhole Tournament on Saturday, June 23, at Foxhall Resort and Sporting Club. Proceeds from the Cornhole Tournament benefit annual Leadership Scholarships that are presented to local high school seniors who demonstrate outstanding leadership and community service potential. The Cornhole Tournament is open to teams of all ages. The double elimination Cornhole Tournament will begin at 11 a.m., with registration beginning at 10 a.m. (pre-registration is required and payment must be received by Wednesday, June 20). Registration is $25 for each team of two and included lunch and parking. In addition to the Cornhole Tournament, …
Members of the Douglas County Board of Commissioners, Douglasville City Council and Douglas County School Board met with the Chamber's Young Professionals Connection for breakfast and answered their questions.
Local leaders were invited to the Politics Power Breakfast, held Wednesday by the Douglas County Chamber's Young Professionals Connection (YPC). Those who attended included County Commissioners Mike Mulcare, Kelly Robinson, Ann Jones-Guider, Henry Mitchell III; City Councilmen Sam Davis and Carl Pope; Tax Commissioner Todd Cowan and School Board Members Janet Kelley and Mike Miller. "This annual YPC event is a great way for our current leaders to interact with the future leaders of Douglasville and Douglas County," Sara Ray said, director for communications for the Douglas County Chamber. "We are grateful to have such active and involved elected officials who care about the community and are willing to listen to the young professionals in…