Atlanta gay chamber honors its leaders, angels: 08-23-13 aglcc awardswm sp-75

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The annual AGLCC Community Awards Dinner on Aug. 23 fed and feted the best and brightest LGBT professionals of the Atlanta Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce. (Photo by Sher Pruitt)

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