Atlanta Memorial Park Conservancy     
February 2015 Update
Peachtree Creek Cleanup Day
 with E. Rivers Girl Scout Troop 13536
Chattahoochee RiverKeeper
Saturday, March 28, 2015
10 am to 1 pm
Cleanup Day Mission:
Our efforts on this day will focus on Peachtree Creek which runs through Atlanta Memorial Park, improving overall water quality and bringing awareness of and involvement in the preservation of our local creek and water resources.  Peachtree Creek, along with Tanyard Creek, funnels water from an immense natural drainage basin that serves some 55,000 acres of land ranging from Decatur to Dunwoody which contaminates the lower creeks with garbage and debris.
To Register, click here.
Together, we can do our part in preserving and improving Georgia's water resources as well as working towards making Atlanta Memorial Park Conservancy's vision a reality.  To learn more about AMPC, visit
10th Annual Peachtree Paddle
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February 20-22, 2015
The 10th Annual Peachtree Paddle Invitational will take place February 20-22 at several Atlanta area venues. This year’s tournament features 140 players from 15 states, with several former national champions in both the men’s and women’s draws. Spectators welcome and encouraged!
To view the flyer and see the schedule of events at Cherokee Town Club, click here.
Park Pride 
14th Annual
Parks and Greenspace Conference
Monday, March 23, 2015
Atlanta Botanical Gardens
8 am - 5 pm
Join Catherine Spillman (Executive Director of AMPC), Mark Banta (President/CEO of Piedmont Park Conservancy) and Rosa McHugh (Executive Director of Chastain Park Conservancy) in their breakout session, Good to Great: The Growth Cycle of a Park Conservancy. Learn the process by which a conservancy is able to take a park from good to great. This presentation will focus on the life cycle, operations, funding mechanisms and donor relations of all three Atlanta park conservancies.
The Parks & Greenspace Conference will feature four Keynote speakers, as well as other breakout sessions focusing on different aspects of the interdependence of parks and communities. To find out more and to register, click here.  

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Atlanta Memorial Park Conservancy
P.O. Box 11609
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