Need a place to eat in during the SGA/SCCAA Annual Meeting in Augusta? Check out this master list of restaurants of all tastes, geographically divided for your convenience!
Rhinehart’s Oyster Bar a real hole in the wall with good seafood (not just oysters). Open lunch and dinner. Metro’s Best for 2009 (http://www.rhineharts.com/)
In celebration of Georgia Archives Month, the Masters of Archival Science program at Clayton State University will be hosting speaker Jason R. Baron, Esq., on Monday, October 18, 2010 at 6:30.
Mr. Baron will speak on the topic “What Do I Do With a Billion Emails?: The Future of Information Retrieval in E-Discovery.”
For more information on the event, contact Richard Pearce-Moses at email@example.com
For more information on Mr. Baron, visit http://www.linkedin.com/in/jasonrbaron
To learn more about Georgia Archives Month, visit http://soga.org/archivesmonth
This year the SGA Annual Meeting will offer two educational workshops, including one for free!
Workshop 1: Description and Discovery
Workshop 2: Grant Basics for Your Institution (FREE)
Are you ready for the SGA/SCAA Annual Meeting in Augusta?
This year’s meeting will be held October 28-29, 2010 in Augusta, Georgia, in collaboration with the South Carolina Archival Association, with two workshops held on October 27.
Over the next few weeks, your SGA Outreach Committee will be sharing interviews with Augusta archivists, profiles of Augusta institutions and history, as well as details on great restaurants, bars and must sees for the meeting. Keep an eye on the SGA blog and Facebook page for more details.
Our own Savannah, Ga. is included in this year’s “Care and Identification of Photographs Week”. This four day workshop is a hands on introduction to the preservation of photographs. Details below.
The Governor will be signing the Georgia Archives Month proclamation on September 9, 2010 at 10:30 a.m. at the State Capitol in the Governor’s Office. It would be nice to have a large turnout of SGA members at the signing. Hope to see you there! Please contact Christine Wiseman with any questions.
You can find directions to the capitol and parking information on the Georgia Secretary of State’s website. The signing will take place in suite 203 of the capitol. We advise that you arrive 10 minutes early to your photo and allow for a maximum of one hour time.
The Governor’s photographer will be taking photos. They are free of charge and you will be able to download them from the Governor’s website. If you have any further questions regarding the actual photos, you may contact the Governor’s photographer, Alana Joyner. Her email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.