If it’s the fourth Friday of the month, that means the Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce is hosting a networking happy hour.
This month’s Fourth Friday event was at lesbian-owned Urban Foodie Feed Store in College Park.
It’s been a busy year for the AGLCC beyond its regular networking events. The group hired its first-ever fulltime executive director in May and hosted an all-day LGBTQ business summit in June.
The AGLCC’s annual gala dinner is coming up Sept. 20 at the Four Seasons.
Photos by Russ Youngblood
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