Pam Sessions to speak at next meeting of the Henry Council for Quality Growth, a nonprofit organization that promotes the growth and development of Henry County.

[USPRwire, Tue Mar 06 2007] Henry Council for Quality Growth invites you to hear Pam Sessions, co-owner and President of Hedgewood Properties, at the next luncheon meeting Wednesday, March 21, at 11 a.m. at Eagle’s Landing Country Club in Stockbridge.
Hedgewood Properties strives to adhere to both “Smart Growth” planning and environmental green building techniques in construction of its homes and neighborhoods. Hedgewood, which Sessions owns with her husband Don Donnelly, builds about 250 homes annually in Atlanta that range from $100,000 to more than $1 million.
“We are honored to have such a knowledgeable business leader speak to the Council. One of the key proponents of Hedgewood properties is smart planning and responsible growth, and that’s our main goal at the Council,” said Steve Cash, executive director of the Council. “Pam’s unique perspective on growth and home building will be of general interest to our members and guests.”
In addition to homebuilding, Sessions and her husband own and operate sister companies of Hedgewood in real estate sales and marketing, development and commercial construction.
Sessions, who holds a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts degree from the University of Georgia, began her homebuilding career in 1985. She served as a past president of the Greater Atlanta Home Builder’s Association and currently serves on the board of the Home Builder’s Association of Georgia and the National Association of Homebuilders. She is involved with the Metro Atlanta and Forsyth County YMCA and is chairman of the Southface Energy Institute. She is chairman elect for the Forsyth County Chamber of Commerce.
The luncheon, which is sponsored by Meadows & Macie PC, begins at 11 a.m. for networking with the luncheon following at 11:50 a.m. For additional information, call 770-898-9076.
The Henry Council for Quality Growth promotes continued balanced and responsible growth in the county. The Council encourages long-range planning and adequate delivery of government services for all citizens; serves as a catalyst for consensus on growth issues; provides a forum for discussion of responsible development; and assists with economic or technical expertise as needed. For additional information, visit the Henry Council for Quality Growth Web site at or call 770-898-9076.

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