DGOP Breakfast at Wild Wing Cafe

Sat, April 20, 2019
9:00 AM – 10:30 AM

Wild Wing Cafe
4788 Ashford Dunwoody Road
Dunwoody, GA 30338

Faith, Life & Politics radio host, Monica Matthews, Will speak to us about the future of Georgia as a red state! Please use attached links to RSVP🇺🇸 Cost: $15 per person.

Please register so that we have a head count.  Thanks!

Link to REGISTER FOR BREAKFAST: https://www.dekalbgop.org/registration/ then pay at the door.

Link to PAY AND REGISTER FOR BREAKFAST: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=M23YRH3E8SRB6

Candidate Forum

Meet the candidates Bruce Azevedo, David Shafer and Scott Johnson for the State GOP Chair, and learn how their platforms would affect Georgia’s political future and the 2020 election. Make your voice heard and make an informative selection.

Party officials and candidates for other positions will give brief speech followed with Q and A. Please email questions to the candidates to gacaft@gmail.com

Event is FREE, but you must register HERE.

She Leads

Date: Friday, May 3, 2019

Place: The Carlos Hellenic Community Center, Atlanta

To kick-off the SHE LEADS series, the Secretary of State is bringing Georgia women a community-based workshop, free of charge, specifically designed to empower women. 

It’s a day of women having conversations with other women to raise awareness of issues and challenges they fa e in securing, protecting, and growing their wealth.

The workshop will feature expert speakers and panelists, interactive exercises, and facilitated group discussions.

The goal is to empower women with an increased knowledge about money, and financial issues and strategies that are available to increase and leverage wealth.

The event is FREE but you must Register HERE

Lynne Riley to Speak at CDRW Meeting

Please join us on April 16th for the Central DeKalb Republican Women’s monthly meeting with special Guest Speaker Lynne Riley, Commissioner GA Department of Revenue.

Ms. Riley is a very accomplished woman having served 6 years on the Fulton County Board of Commissioners, 6 years as the Treasurer of the Johns Creek Foundation, 4 years as Treasurer for the Conservative Policy Leadership Institute, 4 years as State Representative for House District 50 where she served on the MARTOC, National Resources and Environmental, Retirement and Ways and Means Committees, and now is the Commissioner of the Georgia Department of Revenue since 2015.

Ms. Riley lives in Johns Creek which is in Georgia’s 6th District and is a dedicated Republican woman who is actively involved in the Republican Party.  She plans to talk to us about how lower taxes have impacted business and personal income taxes.

CRW/NA March Meeting

March 2019 Monthly Meeting

Conservative Republican Women of North Atlanta
congratulates the new Leadership team of the Gwinnett GOP

Please join us for our next Meeting. 

Monday, March 18, 2019
(3rd Monday of every month, except July)

Magnolia Bakery Café
5175 South Old Peachtree Road,  Norcross, 30092
7:00 pm Refreshments; 7:30 pm Meeting
Please bring a friend or family member

Brenda Stoll
Sex Education In Our Schools

Scott Johnson

Candidate for GAGOP Chairman

Carolyn Fisher
Candidate for 1st Vice Chairman GAGOP

Pet Adoption Day

On Saturday, March 30 from 9 AM to 12 PM at the Governor’s Mansion, First Lady Marty Kemp will host a pet adoption day for rescue cats and dogs. Mrs. Kemp has partnered with Agriculture Commissioner Gary Black, and several humane societies, animal shelters, and pet rescues across the state to find permanent homes for animals in need.

“The Kemps are excited to open our home to promote pet adoption and find forever homes for rescue cats and dogs,” said First Lady Marty Kemp. “Our family has always held a special place in our hearts for animals, so we are thrilled to have so many state and local partners ready to join us in this important initiative.”

Commissioner Gary Black will be with the First Lady at the adoption day. Visitors at the Mansion will also have the opportunity to visit with the Georgia Grown mascot, Georgie, at the event.

“We are excited for this upcoming event and the exposure that it will bring to pets in need of forever homes. The Georgia Department of Agriculture shares the First Lady’s passion for animals, and we are proud to partner with her in this endeavor,” said Commissioner Gary Black.

Anyone can easily register for this adoption event through the First Lady’s website. There are three one-hour time slots offered to visit with the pets available for adoption. All adoption fees and documentation will be handled by the humane societies, shelters, and rescues in attendance. The Atlanta Humane Society and Lowndes County Animal Shelterwill be two of the organizations at the event.

“The Atlanta Humane Society is honored to partner with the First Lady of Georgia for this pet adoption event,” said Cal Morgan, President and CEO of the Atlanta Humane Society. “We will be able to raise awareness of the homeless pets in our state and increase the numbers of animals being adopted into loving homes, including many who will find homes at this event.”

“Communities across Georgia face similar challenges related to caring for homeless pets. Each year, rescues, shelter personnel, and independent volunteers spend countless hours securing resources to care for an ever expanding pet population. The opportunity to highlight the plight of these animals at the state level is invaluable to the efforts of those dedicated to the cause,” said Paige Dukes, Lowndes County. “We are thrilled to be a part of Pet Adoption Day at the Governor’s Mansion, and we are forever grateful to First Lady Kemp for her ongoing efforts to help those that cannot help themselves. Through education and awareness, we can provide a better future for pets and the people that care for them.”

Easter Egg Hunt

We are excited to host everyone soon!

Date: April 6th, 2019      Session One: 10:00 AM-12:00 PM       Session Two: 2:00 PM-4:00 PM

About: First Lady Marty Kemp is excited to continue the tradition of hosting the annual Easter Egg Hunt at the Governor’s Mansion.

Registration: Sign-ups will open March 15th at 10:00AM and will be submitted by clicking on the session of your choosing and filling out the form. You may only register for ONE of the two sessions. All submissions will be time-stamped, so those submitted before capacity is reached will receive a confirmation email within the following week.  

Please remember that this event is for the kids, so the more adults that are in your party, the less reservations available for children. That being said, we ask that you limit the adults in your party to four adults. 

Please carpool, as parking is extremely limited. 

The following information might be asked of you when signing up, so please have it prepared on Friday when you are signing up for your family:

  • Name of the driver of the vehicle (driver must have their name on the list and their driver’s license to be admitted)
  • Number of adults (including driver) in the vehicle- limit of four adults per party, please 
  • Number of children in the vehicle
  • Ages of children in the vehicle
  • Email address for your family (only one email address per registration)

The event fills very quickly, so please be mindful of that if this is your first time.

We are so excited to host everyone at the Governor’s Mansion for the 2019 Easter Egg Hunt! 



District Convention Locations

If you were elected as a Delegate or Alternate to your District Convention which will be held on April 13, 2019, here is the location information:

4th District Convention
Historic Courthouse
1124 Clark Street, SW
Covington, GA 30014

5th District Convention
Atlanta Masonic Center
1690 Peachtree St, NW
Atlanta, GA 30309

6th District Convention
Hightower Middle School
3905 Post Oak Tritt Rd
Marietta, GA 30062

Tea Party Anniversary

Grand Old Partisan honors Rick Santelli. This day of February 19, 2009, the CNBC analyst denounced the ruinous Obama policy agenda. His epic words encouraged millions of Americans to organize the Tea Party movement:

“The government is promoting bad behavior.

We’re thinking of having a Chicago Tea Party in July. All you capitalists that want to show up to Lake Michigan, I’m gonna start organizing.

These guys are pretty straight forward, and my guess is, a pretty good statistical cross-section of America, the silent majority. You know, they’re pretty much of the notion that you can’t buy your way into prosperity, and if the multiplier that all of these Washington economists are selling us is over one… that we never have to worry about the economy again. ‘The government should spend a trillion dollars an hour because we’ll get 1.5 trillion back.’

I’ll tell you what, if you read our founding fathers, people like Benjamin Franklin and Jefferson… What we’re doing in this country now is making them roll over in their graves.”

Here is the video, in all its glory: www.youtube.com/watch?v=zp-Jw-5Kx8k

New App for Youth in Crisis

Gov. Kemp, State Leaders Announce Smartphone App for Youth in Crisis

February 14, 2019

Atlanta, GA – Today, Governor Brian P. Kemp, First Lady Marty Kemp, and state officials announced a new mobile application to support the Georgia Crisis and Access Line (GCAL), a 24/7 hotline offering free and confidential access to services for mental illness, substance use disorders, and intellectual and developmental disabilities.

“Traveling across the state, Marty and I have heard firsthand from parents, students, teachers, and administrators about the growing mental health crisis in our schools and communities. That’s why we’re taking action to fund mental health intervention services, school security measures, and innovative tools like the My GCAL app,” stated Governor Kemp. “I applaud the hard work of Commissioner Fitzgerald and the Department of Behavioral Health & Developmental Disabilities to build this resource for our state and lend a helping hand to those in need.”

The My GCAL app – for Apple and Android smartphones – was designed to reach Georgia’s youth in times of need, and GCAL is staffed by caring professionals – including licensed clinicians – who are available 24/7 to address behavioral health crises, make referrals for treatment, and dispatch mobile crisis response teams.

“Right now, Georgia’s youth face tremendous pressure to ‘fit in’ with their peers, and it can take a severe emotional and physical toll on their day-to-day lives,” stated First Lady Marty Kemp. “As the parents of three teenage daughters, Brian and I understand that Georgia families face this challenge every single day. We’re committed to standing with them in this fight.”

At today’s announcement, Governor Kemp and the First Lady were joined by DBHDD Commissioner Judy Fitzgerald; State Representatives Sharon Cooper (R – Marietta), Katie Dempsey (R – Rome), Terry Rogers (R – Clarkesville), and Kevin Tanner (R – Dawsonville); and State Senators Chuck Hufstetler (R – Rome), Brian Strickland (R – McDonough), and Blake Tillery (R – Vidalia).

“We know that when youth may be struggling or have a friend who needs help, they are much more likely to reach out via text rather than phone,” stated Commissioner Fitzgerald. “This app provides the same professional, confidential response as the GCAL Call Center through a method that works for teens. We hope that it will become a lifeline for youth seeking help.”

The app enables users to receive immediate support by communicating with caring GCAL professionals via text message, chat, or phone. While the My GCAL app is targeted at youth, GCAL is available to anyone in Georgia.

The Georgia Crisis and Access Line

The Georgia Crisis and Access Line (GCAL) is a 24/7 behavioral health crisis call center operated by Behavioral Health Link through funding from the Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities. GCAL provides free and confidential behavioral health crisis intervention and access to behavioral health services. Anyone in Georgia can call GCAL for help for themselves or on behalf of someone else at 800-715-4225 or via the My GCAL app. Callers actively experiencing a crisis can speak with live clinicians trained in de-escalation. When needed, GCAL can dispatch mobile crisis response teams to provide de-escalation on-site. GCAL information specialists can also provide referrals for treatment in a caller’s area.

The Georgia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD) is the state agency that supports people with mental health needs, substance use disorders, and intellectual and developmental disabilities. Our vision is easy access to high-quality care that leads to a life of recovery and independence for the people we serve. Judy Fitzgerald has served as commissioner of DBHDD since 2016.