County State Watch Monday November 19, 2018 – State Sen. Dr. Kay Kirkpatric

Monday November 19, 2018

Georgia State Senator Kay Kirkpatrick

Senator Kay Kirkpatrick, MD, a Republican, represents the 32nd District, which includes East Cobb and Sandy Springs. She serves as a member of the Health and Human Services, Public Safety, Science and Technology and Veterans, Military and Homeland Security Committees. Senator Kirkpatrick has been an orthopaedic hand surgeon in Atlanta for over 30 years and was previously the president of Resurgens Orthopaedics. Senator Kirkpatrick is a district coordinator for the Medical Association of Georgia’s Medical Reserve Corps. and is determined to contribute to Georgia’s ability to respond to disaster and emergency situations. Dr. Kirkpatrick is a consultant and lecturer on patient safety in surgery. She is also a member of the East Cobb Rotary and she serves as a team leader at the Ronald McDonald House where she participates in pet therapy through the Happy Tails Pet Therapy Program. Senator Kirkpatrick graduated from the University of Kentucky and earned her medical degree from the University of Louisville. Her husband Tom is an emergency physician. She and Tom have two young adult children. Kay and Tom are active members of East Cobb United Methodist Church.

Meeting Location: 799 Roswell Street, NE – Marietta, Georgia (Cobb GOP HQ – 2 blocks west of the Big Chicken)

Time: 7pm

Note 1: Attendance is by invitation.  Invited guests are reminded that it is Franklin Roundtable policy to be courteous to all guest speakers.

Note 2: Franklin Roundtable does not endorse or oppose candidates or parties.  Individual members are free to do so.

Note 3: Franklin Roundtable is not affiliated with the Republican Party.  Cobb GOP  generously rents us space in their facility.

Please RSVP to Richard Arena or Ronnie West

David Rice – speech to the constitutional convention of Kentucky — 1792

“Slavery naturally tends to destroy all sense of justice and equity. It puffs up the mind with pride: teaches youth a habit of looking down upon their fellow creatures with contempt, esteeming them as dogs or devils, and imagining themselves beings of superior dignity and importance, to whom all are indebted. This banishes the idea, and unqualifies the mind for the practice of common justice.”