The formation of this Atlanta area division began when Tom Robinson, owner of the "This is S Gauge" portable layout, moved to Georgia, and at the 2001 NASG Convention told Wayne Beachy he wanted to start an Atlantic Coast S Gaugers Division in the Atlanta area.
If you are interested in joining, contact Bob Lacheen. We will send you a new member packet and keep you advised about the next planned meeting of the Georgia Division.
The weekend of March 15 & 16, 2003, members of the Carolinas Division of the ACSG traveled to Atlanta Georgia to promote beginning a Georgia Division.
"The show was a lot of fun, we met a lot of S gaugers from the Atlanta area, and we placed second in the contest, earning $300 for our treasury. At the show, we were able to identify 12 potential members to start a Georgia Division. We gave out over 100 membership brochures." - Joe Haenn
Here, Rhett George greets attendees to the show.
This second photo shows Mike Myers of the Virginia Central Division and Ted Zanders of the Carolinas Division discussing vintage Flyer with visitors.
John Barcik, John Wackerman, and Tom Robinson (left to right) at the Manchester Georgia Railroad Days in October 2005 with the Atlantic Coast S Gaugers-Georgia Division's "Maurice Wooden Memorial Layout."
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