Paine College Day at the Georgia Dome:Georgia House and
Senate to Recognize Accomplishments of the Late Rosa Tarver Beard and Paine Student, Iry Jernigan, Jr., Navy Reservist
Paine College invites the community to attend the Annual Paine College Day at the Dome on Thursday, February 3, 2011 at the Georgia State Capitol in Atlanta, Georgia. Paine College alumni, students, administrators and supporters will gather at the Dome to participate in activities that are designed to introduce the College to the Georgia State legislators and announce the Institution’s Legislative Agenda.
The Georgia House and Senate will recognize the Late Mrs. Rosa Tarver Beard, a 1942 graduate, who founded various organizations that have improved the lives of countless young women and men throughout the Central Savannah River Area. One of her most notable accomplishments is the founding of the Rosa T. Beard Debutante Club, and organization that has advised and cultured young women for over forty-seven years.
Iry Jernigan, Jr., a Navy Reservist and Paine student, will also be recognized by the Georgia House and Senate for an act of bravery and heroism. The Paine College Biology Major rescued an unconscious woman from a burning car in 2010.
Later on during the day, Dr. George C. Bradley, President, Paine alumni and students will greet Georgia legislators and their staff during a lunch reception under the Dome in room 216 at 12 noon.
For more information, please contact Natasha Carter in the Office of Communications and Marketing at 678-215-8576, Ncarter@paine.edu.