News & Updates

Cobb County Empowerment Chapter Meeting

CCEC meets on the third Saturday of each month… 

 On Nov 17th at 2:00 PM
At the home of our presidentt:

3099 Milford Chase SW. Marietta GA..

We will be having a pot luck.  
Also we will have the fastest man in the world  sharing what it means to win doing what you love.  
Come and break bread with us and be empowered. For more info call: 678-883-2232

GET THEM WHILE THERE HOT, HOT, HOT!

Join members, family and friends of the NFB of Georgia Senior Division as we sport our hotness in our NFB of Georgia t-shirts at community events, group activities or just because you’re proud to wear your red t-shirt with metallic printed words on the back that say:

Red Hot

Senior

The O in the word “Hot” will be in the shape of a flame.

Red Hot Seniors signify:

RED: Radiates Confidence
HOT: Fiery & Strong
SENIOR: Well-Seasoned & Wise

IF THAT’S YOU!

You can purchased your t-shirt pin short and long sleeve as follows:

Regular Short Sleeve T-Shirt:
* Medium – XL = $12.00
* 2XL = $14.00
* 3XL to 5XL = $15.00

Long Sleeve T-Shirt:
* Medium – XL = $15.00
* 2XL = $17.00
* 3XL to 5XL = $18.00

Ordering information for payment type and mailing instructions can be found on the 2 page Order Form.

For further information, you may contact Vanessa Meadows at 678-732-9067

Click here for ORDER FORM

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT

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