Sautee Nacoochee, GA

SAUTEE LUNCH & LEARN

Open to Members
and non-members
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Sautee Lunch & Learn, a popular, informal adult education program, provides an opportunity to enjoy a delicious meal and some "food for thought" with old friends and new. SNCA members and non-members are welcome. There is no admission charge (donations accepted); we ask only that you bring a dish to share for the potluck table. Doors open at 11:30am, with lunch at noon followed by the presentation. We usually finish around 1:30pm.

We meet in the historic gym at 11:30am on the first Tuesday for 8 months of the year: February - May; on break June-July-August; returning September - December.

Everyone has the option to bring a dish to share or a packed lunch for yourself. Or just come to enjoy the speaker.

REMINDER: Sautee Lunch & Learn takes a summer break during the months of June, July and August.

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Watch this website for details of future programs.

We need volunteers! If you are interested in helping, we welcome your participation. Event Volunteer Opportunities

If you would like to be on the committee or have questions about the program, send an email to Kathryn Vazquez image

Upcoming Programs

March 5, 2024, 11:30am

Tami Terrell, Director, Family Services
Family Promise of White and Habersham counties
Tami Terrall

Tami has been a resident of Habersham County since 1995. She has raised 15-children through the Foster Care System and 2 of her own children. She has a Masters Degree in Business Administration and a Bachelors Degree in Psychology. She is also a former nurse.

For more information on Family Promise, go to their website

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April 2, 2024, 11:30am

Nathan Eason, Local gardening/farming help
Nathan Eason
Agricultural Extension agent (ANR) for White County

Nathan Eason works with cattle, hay land, row crops, and vineyard producers and assists home owners in achieving their property goals. He has served as White County's ANR agent since 2013.

Nathan has a BS and an MS degree in Agronomy (agriculture science).

Prior to becoming a county agent Eason had previously worked in the Dairy and vegetable industries where he gained extensive knowledge of agriculture production and food safety. He serves only White County but is one of approximately 150 ANR agents across the state.

Nathan and his wife are raising two boys. Hobbies include fishing, hiking, floating the river, and gardening.

For more information contact Nathan 706-865-2832 • neason@uga.edu

Let us know if you plan to come. Click:
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For a count of RSVPs received to date and of dishes people are bringing. Click:
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