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 April 19, 2014 Tractor Supply in Cartersville 

 Membership Application

 Seventh Annual Gordon County Antique Engine and Tractor Club Show October 2013 

 Cartersville Tractor Supply, April 20, 2013

 Sixth Annual Gordon County Antique Engine and Tractor Club Show October 2012

 Second Annual Gordon County Georgia Antique Engine and Tractor Show October 2008

 Fourth Annual Peach State Antique Tractor and Engine Club Chatsworth Show 2008

 Sixth Annual Peach State Antique Tractor and Engine Club Chatsworth Show 2010

 Red Bud Elementary School Hay Ride October 2008

 Santa in the Park, Calhoun, Georgia, November 20, 2008

 Calhoun, Georgia, Christmas Parade of Lights, December 16, 2008

 Tractor Supply, Calhoun, Georgia, April 4, 2009

 John Deere Pavilion, Moline, Illinois, September 8, 2009

 Third Annual Gordon County Antique Engine and Tractor Show, October 16-17, 2009

 Danny Wood's John Deere A

 Videos of the May 1, 2010 fund raiser at Tractor Supply in Cartersville, Georgia
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZcSJRSWt7M0
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JY_-CDEASdw
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zyejp3XOoGQ
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6pQzyq4ZqV8

 Seventh Annual Peach State Antique Tractor and Engine Club Show and Tractor Pull, Chatsworth 2011

 HEAVY METAL in Motion, Tellus Science Museum, Cartersville, Georgia, October 2010

 HEAVY METAL in Motion, Tellus Science Museum, Cartersville, Georgia, October 2011

 Fifth Annual Gordon County Antique Engine And Tractor Show, Calhoun, Georgia, October 2011

 Paquette's International Harvester Farmall Historical Museum in Leesburg, Florida

Gordon County Antique Engine and Tractor Club, Inc.
P.O. Box 1871
Calhoun, Georgia 30703
Kim King 706-346-1690
Founded 2007


UPCOMING EVENTS

Second Tuesday Monthly Meeting at the Chuckwagon Restaurant,
1446 Hwy 41 N., Calhoun, Ga. at Interstate 75 Exit 318. Eat at 6. Meet at 7.

Shirts and hats for sale at any club meeting.

Upcoming Tractor Shows Nationwide

2014 Club Calendar of Events PDF

October 18, 2014, 8th Annual Calhoun Antique Engine and Tractor Show

Gordon County Antique Engine and Tractor Club on Facebook

Please email Paul Quillen with web page updates.

Any questions, please call Ricky Matthews at 770-382-4165.


Upload Pictures Call Kim King at 706-346-1690 for user name and password.

Ricky Matthews, President 770-382-4165
Kim King, Vice President 706-629-9983
Beverly Primmer, Secretary 706-629-7227
Kim Primmer, Treasurer 706-629-7227
Paul Quillen, PR and Webmaster 770-382-1023
Chantell Matthews, Show Coordinator 770-382-4165
Safety Coordinator, Ricky Matthews 770-382-4165
Music Coordinator, Jackie Cummings 423-596-5049

Links

Web page by Emini Futures and Forex Daytrading Course: http://www.daytradingcourse.com/



Forbes - Strategies

Millennials Mentoring Executives: It's a Brave New World

Talk about a hotbed of true entrepreneurial activity - I recently saw it and felt it at the Ace Hotel in New York City. Think of how the Woodstock rock festival capitalized on a big idea of like-minded, free spirits meeting up with little planning.  This 4.5 star Ace Hotel is doing the same for entrepreneurs.  It is all happening in the Ace lobby around large tables, sofa circles and side-by-side chairs.  The combination of no schedules, no appointments and no rent is the genius idea of the hotel because the entrepreneurs give the hotel such a high vibe and energy that makes your run-of-the-mill business incubators feel like the sterile energy of a cake walk held in a community center. Oh, by the way, Ace is run by creatives and millennials who knock it out of the park with great customer service in a very cool way. No, it doesn't have the intensity of the Ritz culture, but it has the ease of how I might get you a beer or fetch your coat at my home. When I asked for something, they answered with a smile and "sure."

Political Correctness Gone Rampant: Use These 3 Communications Tips To Survive

It’s an epidemic. The seemingly innocuous statements executives make on the stage or in social media get blown to the sky by outraged listeners, and press and reputation nightmares are born.

Monsanto Should Lose Some Battles to Win the War Over GMOs

No company wants to endure the market and political risk of being among the “most hated” in the world. Also, who would not rather work for a company that is loved, rather than hated—especially if you believe that you’re helping to solve world hunger (as Monsanto believes it is doing)? Here are three steps that Monsanto should consider to reverse the tide on the war for public sentiment:

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Political Correctness Gone Rampant: Use These 3 Communications Tips To Survive

It’s an epidemic. The seemingly innocuous statements executives make on the stage or in social media get blown to the sky by outraged listeners, and press and reputation nightmares are born.

Vision Without Execution Is Just Hallucination

"Vision Without Execution Is Just Hallucination," is a variation on an ancient Japanese proverb -- "Vision without action is a daydream.” However, there is a second part to that proverb -- “Action without vision is a nightmare.” Both sayings nicely set the table for the topic of this post-- the keys to successful execution of a vision.