Thursday, January 26, 2017

History buffs to meet at Dunwoody Maggiano's on Sat - Churchill Society of Georgia

Saturday, January 28th 11:30 AM
Maggiano's Perimeter Mall, 4400 Ashford-Dunwoody Rd. Dunwoody
Luncheon, Author Lecture, and Book Signing

Dunwoody, GA – The Churchill Society of Georgia announced today the first lecture for the 2017 year, with Alison Carlson – Author – Lecturer and Author: " The Man Within: Winston Churchill — An Intimate Portrait"

Now 52 years after his death, in rare photos & his own words - a 200 page art-and-photography book. The Man Within: Winston Churchill, is a compelling showcase of some 140 lesser-known black-and-white photographs of the great man across all phases of his life. It was designated as the official commemorative book of The Churchill Centre on the fiftieth anniversary of his death in January 1965. Signed, hardcover copies of the book will be available for $50.00 each. The price for this luncheon and lecture is $35 pp for members in advance, and $45 at the door. Reservations required. Please contact, for reservations. Checks should be sent to Winston Churchill Society of Georgia, 1439 Vernon North Drive, Dunwoody, GA 30338.

According to Joe Wilson, Society President, “The Winston Churchill Society of Georgia is dedicated to the continued awareness of the significant role Sir Winston Churchill, former British Prime Minister played in the world during one of its most significant and difficult times.” He also mentioned that the Society holds 5 lectures per year, with bi-monthly meetings in the Dunwoody area, for one on one conversations and discussion concerning Churchill and his impact on world history. The Society welcomes anyone interested in Churchill, history and great camaraderie to join them. New members and contributors are welcome.

Winston Churchill Society of Georgia,, or contact Joe Wilson at (404) 966-1408.

Best regards,

Joe Wilson
Winston Churchill Society of Georgia

1 comment:

Steve Barton said...

I have heard many good things about this group from Maria Richmond. Your publicity here is mighty fine.