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September's features:

75 years and still going strong ... >>
Georgia Electric Membership Corp. and Georgia's EMCs, promoting leadership and community
By Jackie Kennedy

Church revivals >>
Enthusiasts race to save historic structures in rural Georgia.
By Annd Marie Kyzer

Game on!
KSU football is eager to 'make history.'
By Kevin Braun

Primed for success
Georgia institutions seek to meet demand for educated health care workers.
By Carolyn Crist


Viewpoint >>
Antique and priceless

Mailbox >>
Letters from our readers

Liberty Notes >>
Securing the vote for women

Georgia News >>
Georgia lands rare B-17 bombers; World of Coca-Cola turns 25; Georgia glimpses

Calendar >>
Happenings around the state

Currents >>
News from Georgia's electric co-ops

Georgia's Energy Outlook >>
Snake oil in the Clean Power Plan

Pioneers of Rural Electrification >>
Kermit Chance

Around Georgia >>
Clubs and programs at Georgia's state parks

My Georgia >>
The 'School of Fish'

Georgia Cooks >>
Opa! Greek festivals and foods

Snapshot >>
Favorite sunset spots

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September 2015

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SlowExposures, held in Concord and other locations in Pike County, Ga. slowexposures.org

Happenings around the state >>
Check out this month's featured events, including photography exhibits, craft shows, county fairs, corn mazes, food festivals and more!

Also, visit our online calendar for more events submitted by GEORGIA Magazine readers.

Laptop contest winner


News from Georgia's electric cooperatives >>
Carroll EMC named a 'Top Workplace;' Walton EMC founder elected to Ag. Hall of Fame; Walton EMC named Employer of the Year; GreyStone Power team leads walkers; 'Liberty Notes' publication goes to school; Laptop contest winner
Compiled by Amy Schneider

This month's contests:

Click to enter our Ga. Fall Travel Guide for a chance to win a $200 gift card. Deadline to enter is Oct. 15, 2015.

Attn: Students! Click to enter our Laptop Computer Giveaway. Deadline to enter is Oct. 15, 2015.

Click to see this month's photo of the month - and guess where it was taken, for a chance to win a $25 Target gift card!

Click for September's Trivia Contest questions! One resourceful reader who answers all questions correctly will win a $25 Target gift card.



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Holy Transfiguration Greek Orthodox Church in Marietta hosts a Greek festival each May.

Georgia Cooks:

Opa! >>
Greek festivals, food and culture in Georgia.
By Jane F. Garvey

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