It’s that holiday party time of the year.
The Atlanta Executive Network and the Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce took part, offering festivities of their own last week. AEN hosted its holiday party at Trois in Midtown, while AGLCC ventured downtown to the Wine Loft (photo).
Both gay organizations pick up their usual meeting schedule next month, with AEN hosting Robert Sherer on Jan. 15. The gay chamber hosts its monthly WOW Wednesday gathering on Jan. 14.
View the Project Q Atlanta photo album from the Atlanta Executive Network event. View additional photos at the AEN photo gallery. (Photos by Dan Lax)
View the Project Q Atlanta photo album from the Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce event. View more photos at the AGLCC photo gallery. (Photos by Lynn McStatts/Personal Paparazzi ATL and courtesy AGLCC)
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