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Martin Luther King Celebrations in Bartow County

Join us at the Bartow History Museum on June 15 at noon for a presentation by Linda Kellogg. Kellogg, a long-time employee of Cartersville City Schools, will discuss her volunteer work in our community. More specifically, she will delve into her ongoing involvement in organizing the annual Martin Luther King celebrations that take place here in Bartow County.

This lecture is free for members. $7 for not yet members.

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Get to Know the Speaker

Headshot of Linda Kellogg

Linda Ford Kellogg is the mother of three wonderful children and two grandchildren.

She holds an Associate in Science degree in Banking and Finance and a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Reinhardt College.  In 2006, she received the “Student Affairs Appreciation Award” from the college. She is one of the founding members of the Reinhardt TIPOFF Club.  Currently, she is a member of the 1883 Club at Reinhardt University.   She holds basic and general certificates from The American Institute of Banking – American Bankers Association. She is a Certified Mediator with the State of Georgia.

She retired from the Cartersville City Schools, June 1, 2014 and is currently serving her eighth year as a student services’ consultant at Cartersville High School.

She is involved and supports her beloved community by volunteering as much as she can and wherever she can. She has served on many boards – locally, state, and one on the national level.  She is a board member with the Cartersville/Bartow County Chamber of Commerce, NAACP #5170 member, American Heart Association supporter, and she continues to chair the Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration of Bartow County.

She is an active member of New Hope Missionary Baptist Church in Cassville.

Her favorite quote is one of Dr. Martin Luther King, “Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.”

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