January in Atlanta

Looking for fun events and activities to go to this month in Atlanta? Well, we’ve compiled a list of some fun things happening around town this month.  Although most Holiday related events have ceased, there are still some festive winter activities in full swing. Head down to Centennial Olympic Park for some ice skating with family and friends. When July and August hit you will be glad you took full advantage of the outdoors in the winter months.  If history stricks your fancy check out the exhibit that details the hisotry of dairy farming in Dekalb County or highlits from “The Guy Hayes photography Collection“. Guy Hayes was a famous photographer here in the Atlanta area. The exhibit showcases some of the 1950 and 60′s balck and white pictures from Guy’s collection. A fun chance to see how food and fasion have changed in the past 60-70 years.  Are you a runner? Do you like to help people? This 5K performs double duty.  Join the Atlanta Mission 5k Race to End Homelessness.  on January 26th get out and run in the cold to help those who sleep in the cold! Then you can hop on over to the Atlanta Winter Beer Fest and enjoy some live music and beer from local, regional, and national breweries!  Get out and make this January one to remember!

 

 

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Carrie Qualters

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A 20-year resident of the Atlanta area, I attended  Milton High School in Alpharetta and obtained a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology (where I also met my wonderful, funny, supportive husband). I worked for several years for a local engineering firm where I designed building mechanical systems and jet fuel distribution systems. I was honored to receive a professional engineering (PE) license, a feat that requires four years of post-degree apprenticeship and a grueling eight-hour test. I was also licensed as an American Petroleum Institute (API) pipeline inspector. Working as an engineer, I learned customer service, project management and teamwork skills that are used in each real estate project I take on for my clients. I also had wonderful opportunities to travel to construction sites and military bases all over the world! I left full time engineering to pursue new challenges in the real estate industry, where each project has pushed me to be as Smart and Creative as possible. The challenges of real estate transactions, the Fun & friendship I have shared with my clients and the business I have built in real estate have made it a career worth having and a life worth living. This enthusiasm for my business and the good life are contagious and I hope to share it with you!

 

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