The Jamaican Chamber of Commerce in Atlanta presents – Food Safety Symposium

Food Safety Symposium

Title:  Food Safety is Essential to Good Health

Date:  July 2, 2018

Time:  1:30 pm – 4:30 pm

 Address: 19 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, SW, Atlanta, GA 30334

 The Jamaican Chamber of Commerce in Atlanta in conjunction with the Georgia Department of Agriculture and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) will be hosting and important Food Safety Symposium on July 2nd, 2018, at 19 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, SW, Atlanta, GA 30334.  The event will be facilitated by public service experts who will share their knowledge of Industry Safety Practices, Procedures, Tools and Guidance.

 Please share this information with all bakerys, restaurants and any other entity that manages food preparation.

 

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Auditions – Rythmz of the Caribbean

RoC

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#ATL Airport International Affairs Director-Jamaican Alrene Richards Barr to be honored at Four Seasons

http://www.caribemedianetwork.com/atl-airport-international-affairs-director-jamaican-alrene-richards-barr-to-be-honored-at-four-seasons/

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Gina Bernard for DeKalb Superior Court Judge

Gina

http://gbernard4judge.com/

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Janice Laws for Georgia Insurance Commissioner

MESSAGE FROM YOUR CANDIDATE
I genuinely love and care about people. This is MY industry that I have worked in appreciatively for the last 16 years. I have served thousands of Georgians, helping them understand and take care of their families with insurance. As an agency owner, I was the one they called first when something happened and I got fed up with saying “I understand, but there is nothing I can do”. Because there is something I can do!
I can FIGHT for Georgians! I will fight for you and your family as your Insurance Commissioner. I truly care about making a difference the way my granny raised me to do all the way back in Jamiaica.
We have an issue in Georgia with our car insurance rates and that is where I will fight first – to change Senate Bill 276 and save more money for working families like yours and mine. I am up for the challenge and ready for the fight!
A native of Jamaica, Janice migrated as a teenager to the United States with her family to follow the American Dream. She lived in NY for 7 years and later relocated to the great state of Georgia. Janice is a United States citizen and proud Georgia resident for over a decade and a half. Janice Laws has attended Monroe College in NY and studied Business Administration at Shorter University College of Adult and Professional Studies. She has studied various professional and leadership methodologies all across the United States. Janice is a proud member of Women’s Professional Development Network, E-Women Network and has served in numerous leadership roles, including, Leadership Coach, Course Manager, and Team Leader Liaison for Landmark’s Global Team Management and Leadership Program.
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Donna McLeod Democrat for GA State House 105

Donna McLeod

Donna McLeod

http://www.electdonnamcleod.com

Candidate for House District 105

Donna McLeod, a mother, grandmother and resident of District 105 for the past 18 years, is among the most active members of the Gwinnett County Democratic Party, which she now serves as vice chair of Community Outreach and Advocacy. Since 2008, she has been a grassroots organizer, registering new voters and educating Gwinnett County residents on local, county, state, and federal government processes. She is a small business owner and holds a degree in chemical engineering. As the cofounder of a non profit organization, she encourages civic responsibility and engagement and provides life coaching skills.

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Gwinnett County Transit Survey

https://www.gwinnettcounty.com/portal/gwinnett/Departments/Transportation/ConnectGwinnett/survey

Would you like to see improvements to our traffic?

 

 

 

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