Congressman Andrew Clyde Visits Toccoa-Stephens County

Congressman Andrew Clyde Visits Toccoa-Stephens County

Thank you, Congressman Andrew Clyde and Field Representative Jordie Black, for joining the Stephens County Development Authority for an exciting, informative tour of North Georgia Technical College Currahee Campus, Sark Wire, and Trachte, followed with a delicious roundtable lunch with community leaders at Pings. 

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In business since 1901, Trachte has been a recognized leader in steel buildings since 1919. Trachte is the technical leader in providing state-of-the-art environments & protection for your investments in high-tech equipment and systems.

Sark Wire is North America’s leading manufacturer of bare and tin-plated copper conductors. With over 100 million pounds of annual copper conductor capacity, Sark Wire is able to reach any destination in the US within 24 hours or less.

Thank you Kerim Uysal, Sark Wire Technical Vice President, and Sandi Montgomery, Sark Wire Human Resources Manager, for showing us the impact that Sark Wire has on the Toccoa-Stephens Community.

A huge thank you to Mark Etter, Materials Manager at Trachte, for giving Congressman Andrew Clyde, Field Representative Jordie Black, and SCDA President/CEO Brittany Ivey, the grand tour last month.

Mike McKissack and the staff at Pings at Lake Toccoa never disappoint!

Thank you, Congressman Andrew Clyde, and Field Representative Jordie Black for having lunch with some of our community leadership while you were in town. Our Chief of Police – City of Toccoa, Jimmy Mize, SCDA Board Treasurer, Rick Phillips, Stephens County Sheriff, Randy Shirley, and SC Board Commissioner, Tara Simmons enjoyed participating in your roundtable lunch at Pings!

The AUMF program provides learning opportunities that introduce, develop, and reinforce academic and technical knowledge, skills, and attitudes required for job acquisition, retention, and advancement.

A special thank you to John Wilkinson, President, Leslie McFarlin, Vice President of Economic Development, Vinson Burdette, Vice President of Student Affairs, and Christy Blevins, Dean of Academic Affairs, for giving us the opportunity to see the behind the scenes work of the Advanced Manufacturing Systems Program offered at the NGTC Currahee Campus.