The German American Cultural Foundation and the German American Chambers of Commerce are inviting you, your friends, colleagues and every golf enthusiast to play golf for a good cause!
14th Charity Golf Tournament
on Friday, August 19th, 2016 in Suwanee, GA
The format will remain unchanged, so will be the location:
Bear’s Best Golf Course
5342 Aldeburgh Drive
Suwanee, GA 30024
Traditionally we will invite you for breakfast and will then tee-off at 9:00 am. After a record turn out in 2015 we are hoping you all will return and even bring additional golfers to this wonderful golf course north of Atlanta.
Proceeds of the event as well as the raffle will benefit the German American Cultural Foundation and the German School of Atlanta in Marietta.
More information available soon. Feel free to email us for questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg is the Chairman and a Founder of Spitzberg Partners LLC, a corporate advisory and investment firm headquartered in New York that provides strategic counsel and investment insights on European and international political, economic, technology, and security matters. Investments are concentrated on promising companies in the tech and digital sector.
Mr. zu Guttenberg served as Minister of Economics and Technology and then as Minister of Defense in the cabinet of German Chancellor Angela Merkel. As the youngest Defense Minister in German history, he led the most significant structural reform of the German armed forces since the Bundeswehr’s founding.
Baron zu Guttenberg was a member of the German Parliament (Bundestag) from 2002-2011 and served as spokesman on the Foreign Affairs Committee. He is a Distinguished Statesman at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Washington, DC and served as Senior Advisor to the European Commission leadership on global Internet freedom. He sits on a variety of international corporate and not-for-profit boards. Mr. zu Guttenberg has published numerous op-eds and articles and holds a law degree from the University of Bayreuth. He currently lives with his wife and two daughters in Greenwich, CT.
The German American Cultural Foundation cordially invites it’s members and non-members to a luncheon on
Wednesday, April 20th, 2016 11:30 am –1:30 pm
with guest speaker
Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg
(former Minister of Economics and Technology and Minister of Defense in the cabinet of German Chancellor Angela Merkel) at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Atlanta, 3376 Peachtree Road, Atlanta GA 30326
11:00 Meet & Greet (for diamond table guests only)
11:30 Check-In, Reception
11:45 Welcome by the Chairman of the GAC-F, Mr. Juergen Gentzke
followed by lunch
12:30 Guest speaker Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg
followed by Q&A
1:30 end of the event
For the second time the German American Cultural Foundation celebrates with Feuerzangenbowle and Gulaschsuppe. After last year’s successful event we are doing it all over again. Rum, spices, fruit, sugar and wine… And we would love for you to join!Register below and join the GAC-F’s fundraising event:
Saturday, February 20, 2016
a private event
at Der Biergarten | 300 Marietta Street | Atlanta GA 30313
Price includes “Feuerzangenbowle”, “Gulaschsuppe”, unlimited beer and wine, a GAC-F mug and free parking at Der Biergarten. All proceeds will to the GAC-F and it’s supported organizations. Additional donations are highly appreciated.
Ingredients are limited! If you want to participate please use the link below and register quickly.
Pictures from last year’s Feuerzangenbowle can be found here.
Please see below invitation from our dear friends of the German American Stammtisch:
Join us Thursday, December 3, 2015 for our Traditional German-American Stammtisch-Weihnachtsfeier
From 7 pm – 10.30 pm at Petite Auberge Restaurant, 2935 North Druid Hills, Atlanta, GA 30329
Fantastic German Dinner Buffet
$25.00 per Person
Enjoy an evening among friends
Enjoy a great buffet with Schnitzel, Sauerbraten, German Sausages, Chicken Cordon Blue, Spätzle, Sauerkraut, Salads, Stollen, Apfelstrudel, Glühwein, Coffee, a.m.m.
with German Christmas Songs, Live Music with Rob Kuehl, and a well stocked raffle!
The German American Cultural Foundation would like to thank our 50 players and sponsors for their participation in the 13th annual charity golf tournament. It was a fabulous day at Bear’s Best. We have raised $5,500 for the German School of Atlanta in Marietta.
Walking through the front door, the visitor knows immediately that they are not in a normal American school. The left wall is adorned with a map of the world while the front wall carries welcome messages from around the globe. Looking past the foyer, a line of uniform-clad students share a hauntingly familiar melody from childhood days. “Laterne, Laterne, Sonne, Mond, und Sterne!” Welcome to the newest offering in dual-language immersion education in Georgia – The International Charter School of Atlanta.
ICSAtlanta opened its doors in August 2015 to nearly 400 students in grades K-4. Located at 1335 Northmeadow Parkway in Roswell, ICSAtlanta offers the Georgia Common Core Curriculum in either French, Spanish, Mandarin, or German. As a state charter school, all children, regardless of their county of residence, are welcome to attend and grades offered will be expanding each year.
For the fifth successive year, students from Theodor-Heuss-Gymnasium Essen spent two weeks interning at companies in Atlanta, mostly GAC Foundation members. The very popular program was once again supported by the GAC Foundation and gave the students the opportunity to gain first-hand experience of the American working world and culture.
American schools and German schools have many notable differences. Anke Jahn, one of our volunteers, recently sat down with Isabel Schueppel, a 16 year old student who has attended both American and German schools to discuss differences between the two systems.