September 2015 * Vol. 71, No. 9
D E PA R T M E N T S
Antique and priceless
SPECIAL / KSU
Georgia Electric Membership Corp.
and Georgia's EMCs, promoting
leadership and community.
By Jackie Kennedy
Enthusiasts race to save historic
structures in rural Georgia.
By Anne Marie Kyzer
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8 GEORGIA NEWS
KSU football is eager to 'make history.'
By Kevin Braun
Primed for success
7 LIBERTY NOTES
Georgia institutions seek to meet
demand for educated health care
By Carolyn Crist
Restoring B-17 bombers; World of
Coca-Cola turns 25; Georgia glimpses
COURTESY HISTORIC RURAL CHURCHES OF GEORGIA
75 years and still
going strong ...
10 CALENDAR OF EVENTS
16 GEORGIA'S ENERGY OUTLOOK
Snake oil in the Clean Power Plan
25 RURAL ELECTRIC PIONEERS
42 MY GEORGIA
The 'School of Fish'
44 AROUND GEORGIA
There's MORE online!
More on Georgia EMC's 75th
KSU's community responds
More health care educational opportunities
Get involved in state park
Second helping: Greek
Georgia Grown spotlight recipe
KSU football debuts
More Snapshot photos
Plant of the month; trivia
Opa! Greek festivals,
Favorite sunset spots
Opa! Greek festivals, food and culture
food and culture in Georgia,
Explore the clubs and programs
at Georgia's state parks
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ON THE COVER:
Kennesaw State University's inaugural
football season will also mark the debut
of the KSU Marching Band. The Owls'
first game is on the road Sept. 3; their
home debut-and the band's first official
appearance-is Sept. 12. (Special photo
courtesy Kennesaw State University)
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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Georgia Magazine - September 2015