“I want to get our communities educated and involved, this is just the first step,” Jones said.
The seminars are free, with lunch for those who RSVP. The topics include understanding the criminal justice system, financial planning for families through retirement, the Affordable Care Act, and community engagement and lobbying.
For more information, individuals should contact Jones’ office at (404) 343-6770, via email at MYGA62@gmail.com, or via the district website www.MyGA62.com.
Upcoming seminars include:
- Financial Planning and All Stages and the Affordable Care Act, Saturday at 11 a.m. at Stonewall Tell Elementary School Cafeteria, 3310 Stonewall Tell Road, College Park.
Financial expert Roshawna Novellus will cover all areas of financial success including planning for your children’s education, finances for new families, what to do when you have reached retirement age, and how the Affordable Healthcare Act (Obamacare) will affect you. For parents, new families, and retirees.
- Community Engagement 101 and Lobbying 101 Oct. 12 at 11 a.m. at Douglasville Public Safety Building, Community Annex, 2083 Fairburn Road, Douglasville..
Want to get your neighbors to be more involved? Are you concerned about burglaries or crime on your street? Do you want to improve your HOA or organization? This session is a must see for all HOA, community, neighborhood leaders or future leaders. Participants will learn about starting a community organization, important tips for growing your organization, and how to influence laws via lobbying.