Monday, December 10, 2012

80th Anniversary of the Georgian Association

On Wednesday, December 12th, 6-8 pm the Georgian Association in the USA, in partnership with the America-Georgia Business Council, will celebrate the 80th anniversary of the Association. Senator Lugar will be present at 6:00 pm to receive an award of appreciation for his unwavering support of Georgia.

Location: St. Regis Washington D.C., 923 16th and K Streets, N.W.

Dress code: Business Attire / Military Service Dress

While attendance is free of charge, we welcome your tax deductible contributions to the Georgian Association.Your financial support will help the Association continue to raise awareness of Georgian issues through cultural events, congressional outreach and public relations. Please, follow the link for formal procedures on how to make a donation. Thank you in advance.

If you have not yet sent your RSVP, please send it to Ms. Nino Aduashvili at

Georgian Association in the USA, Inc.

The Georgian Association in the United States of America was founded in 1932 by Georgian immigrants following Russia's occupation of Georgia in 1921 and the unsuccessful insurrection in 1924. Founders of the Association were dedicated Georgians hoping to reestablish an independent democratic state of Georgia. The Association has assisted in maintaining public awareness of Georgia and preserving Georgia's identity and culture. The Association has provided a forum for discussing Georgian issues and has been a unifying entity for Georgian concerns. The Georgian Association is a nonpartisan nationwide membership organization of Georgian-Americans and friends of Georgia that advocates for Georgia and Georgian issues in the U.S. It is the oldest organization in the U.S. representing the Georgian American community. Its mission is to strengthen and support the Georgian-American community on a national level and to support an independent, democratic and prosperous Georgia.

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