AJC Atlanta Regional Office
Selig Distinguished Service Award honoring Eliot M. Arnovitz
Monday, May 4, 2015
6pm - Cocktails 7pm - Dinner/Program
The Ritz-Carlton, Buckhead
This award was established in 1986, by American Jewish Committee Atlanta, in memory of Caroline Massell Selig and Simon S. Selig Jr. and is presented each spring at the Atlanta Chapter Awards Dinner. Recipients of this prestigious award reflect the Seligs’ dedications, commitment and generosity to the enhancement of the Atlanta community.
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About the Atlanta Regional Office
Founded in 1944, AJC's Atlanta Regional Office works to bridge the gap between the Atlanta Jewish community and other ethnic and faith based communities. In addition, AJC Atlanta works with the diplomatic corps representing numerous international governments in metro Atlanta and across the Southeast.
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