Wynn attends state Peer-to-Peer Council meeting in Macon

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Amethyst D. Wynn of Wilkes County and GaFCP Executive Director Gaye Smith
Amethyst D. Wynn (left) met with Gaye Morris Smith at the SPPAC meeting in Macon earlier this month.

Amethyst Wynn, Family Connection and Communities In Schools of Wilkes County (FCCIS) executive director, attended the Statewide Peer-to-Peer Advisory Council (SPPAC) meeting in Macon October 1.

Gaye Morris Smith, executive director and leader of the Georgia Family Connection Partnership (GAFCP), attended the SPPAC meeting and shared information and updates about various topics, including the Grade Level Reading Campaign and Gov. Nathan Deal’s “Shape Initiative” fitness campaign.

The mission of SPPAC is to provide the exchange of information from and between the regions and GAFCP board and staff; to advocate for statewide child and family friendly policies and responsive GAFCP operations; and, to serve as a support system (both moral and issue-related) for regional peers or executive directors.

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Georgia Family Connection is a statewide network with a Collaborative in all 159 counties.