We are pleased to announce that Sen. Chuck Payne, of Dalton, has joined the Board of Directors for the Georgia Center for Civic Engagement.

Founded in 1929 as the State YMCA of Georgia and now operating as the Georgia Center for Civic Engagement, the organization has a rich history and tradition of providing Georgia’s young people with opportunities to develop self esteem, leadership skills, and a sense of moral and civic responsibility. GCCE’s mission is to educate and equip students to become informed and active citizens. More information about the organization can be found at georgiacivics.org.

Dr. Randell E. Trammell, President and CEO of GCCE, remarked, “Sen. Chuck Payne is the embodiment of public service and has already been a tremendous advocate for the youth of Georgia and for civic education. His participation with our organization only makes us stronger.”

Sen. Payne represents Senate District 54, which includes Whitfield and Murray Counties and portions of Gordon and Pickens Counties. The GCCE board of directors is composed of local and state leaders from all over Georgia.

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