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Atlanta

The Atlanta Chapter organizes a variety of cultural and social events each year for its members including the celebrated “Réveillon de Noël” in December. Proceeds from Chapter activities support the grant projects they have chosen from those approved for funding by FHS’ Board of Directors.  The current projects are listed below in bold.

Suzy Wasserman and Debi Akers are the current Atlanta Chapter Co-Chairmen. For further information or to learn more about Membership, please contact the Atlanta Chapter by emailing: fhsatlanta@frenchheritagesociety.org

Photos: The Atlanta Chapter’s events, including the annual “Réveillon de Noël” and a book signing with author Maureen Footer

Grants

  • Château de La Chipaudière, France
  • Château du Blanc Buisson, France
  • Château de la Grange, France
  • Jardin de Silière, France
  • Jean Hasbrouck House, NY
  • Drayton Hall, SC
  • French Heritage Society’s Katrina Heritage Rescue Fund for the New Orleans
  • The Elms, RI
  • Hotel de la Monnaie, France
  • Temple de Château-Thierry, France
  • Basilique de la Duarade, France
  • Château de Montreal, France
  • Prieure du Mont St. Michel, France
  • Stanton Hall, MS
  • Château de Carneville, France
  • Château de Taillis, France
  • Moulin de Penthievre, France
  • Degas House, LA
  • Château d’Arnajon, France
  • Château de Jumilhac, France
  • Parc Floral d’Apremont, France
  • Beauregard-Keyes House, LA

Past Highlights

  • “Dior and His Decorators”, a lively luncheon and book signing featuring author Maureen Footer
  • The “Réveillon de Noël,” an elegant Christmas dinner and silent auction at a private club
  • Intimate soirees, held throughout the year, complement an active program of lively speakers who present talks related to art and architecture, design, preservation and history