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Oxford College Shootout Practice for Photo Clubs

Campus parking on the weekend is not strictly regulated and parking passes are not required, according to the Campus Police Capt. Bob Walker.  If you should get a ticket because of a new or overzealous officer, you won’t be charged and there are instructions on the back to take care of it. See a  map below that shows parking lots.  The “D” lots include visitor spaces, and since it’s the weekend you can also park in faculty/staff “B” lots.  Please do not park in student spaces.
Finally, for those planning to come out on 9/28, just so you’ll know what to expect, it’s Oxford Homecoming Weekend, which means more activity and occupied parking lots.
Let me know if you have any questions.  I look forward to seeing you all in October.


Cynthia B. Millsaps
Manager, Special Events and Conferences
Oxford College of Emory University
Oxford, GA 30054
O: 770-784-4726

2013 Shootout Registration Form for October 12th

Your photo club could be the 2013 winner of the NG3C Annual Shootout!!
Please download and fill out the 2013 North Georgia Camera Club Council Shootout form from the link below.

Note that the instructions are very specific concerning the pre-registration of each participating club member. The entry fee is $300 per club, and the deadline for entering is September 28th, 2013. Please see the form for complete details.

2013 Shootout Registration Form

Creating Clubs that Click! Participants

2013 Creating Clubs that Click Participants
North Georgia Camera Club Council participants from many photography clubs enjoyed the June 2nd, 2013 “Creating Clubs that Click” seminar.

On June 2, 2013 the NG3C sponsored the Creating Clubs that Click! workshop in Marietta, GA. Thirty-one representatives from clubs in north Georgia and Alabama attended. Tom Vadnais was the moderator and presentations were made by Brett Cohrs on insurance needs for clubs and Michael Voltner on the PSA. These were followed by an afternoon of discussions and exchanging ideas on a variety of topics. Everyone came away with new ideas for their club and a renewed energy toward making their clubs better.

A Guide to Social Networks

The NG3C "Creating Clubs that Click!" event held on Sunday, June 2nd, was well attended and provided a great opportunity for many photography clubs in North Georgia (and Alabama) to share current insights and information.

For those who may need a good reference concerning which social media are available today and their marketing and publicity benefits to people and organizations, please feel free to download and share this "Social Networks Guide Cheat Sheet." It has been created by people at You may find more information here. Thanks to Tom Vadnais for performing as master of ceremonies at the event and for providing this social networking information:

Social Media Cheat Sheet

2017 Shootout Sponsors


Cory Presentation

Cory Flyer

Kohanim Presentation

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