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GRC Annual Conference
September 16 - September 19
GRC 27th Annual Conference
September 16-19, 2018
King & Prince Beach Resort
St Simons Island, GA
Plan now…mark your calendar. Become a sponsor or exhibitor, volunteer to work on the Program Committee, procure a unique and cool piece for the auction, hone your skeet shooting skills and get ready to work collaboratively to sort out and resolve the issues impacting recycling in our state.
SPONSOR, EXHIBITOR OR ATTENDEE Registration online: http://georgiarecyclingcoalition.wildapricot.org/
Download the Exhibitor Form Here
Download the Sponsor Form Here
Download the Attendee Form Here
King & Prince Resort
201 Arnold Road
St Simons Island, GA
Reservations by phone: (800) 342-0212
Group Block: Georgia Recycling Coalition
(Block is for Sun Sept 16-Tues Sept 18; check
in at 4:00 PM/check out 11:00 AM)
Reservations online: https://reservations.travelclick.com/104020?groupID=2108815
Resort View $127
Ocean View $141
Ocean Front $152
GA state sales tax is 5%, Glynn County room
tax is 5%, and local tax is 1%, for a total of 11%
GA Transportation Fee – $5 per room night %
Reservation Deadline: August 16, 2018
Spirit of Green Awards Opens Nominations
Recognizing Excellence in Recycling & Waste Reduction in Georgia
Nomination Deadline: August 1, 2018
- Volunteer of the Year ●
- New Member of the Year ●
- Outstanding Institutional Program●
- Outstanding Government/Community Program●
- Outstanding Corporate Leader●
- Innovation Award●
- Environmental Stewardship ●
CONNIE BURNS SCHOLARSHIP -2018
College & University Scholarship—Deadline to Submit is June 30, 2018
PLEASE FORWARD TO COLLEGE & UNIVERSITY REGISTRAR OFFICES AT YOUR SCHOOL, OR TO ANY POTENTIAL CANDIDATES YOU MAY KNOW.
Connie Burns, of Effingham County, GA was an active Georgia Recycling Coalition (GRC) member for several years and was renowned for her spirit, love of life and adventure, and her true understanding of and dedication to effective waste reduction and recycling practices. The solid waste and recycling community lost Connie to an unexpected death in August of 2012. As a way to remember and honor her life and work, GRC in partnership with SWANA Georgia Chapter, established the Connie Burns Scholarship Programdedicated to assisti
ng and mentoring Georgia college and university students interested in a career path in recycling, composting, environmental practices, and sustainability.
GRC is proud to offer this scholarship for the 7th year. Scholarship(s) are awarded annually to one or more students, not to exceed $1,000 per individual. Registration and lodging are provided to the recipient (s) to attend the 2018 annual conference.
We need your assistance in promoting this opportunity to potential applicants at your schools; also, please forward to other contacts you may have at Georgia colleges and universities…..thanks!