Originally coined in the late 1930s, 'Keep Calm and Carry On' was intended to boost morale at the onset of World War II. Although the phrase was never released until it gained popularity in the 2000's, it is often associated with British Prime Minister Winston Churchill. Churchill, like many leaders, endured several obstacles but found the strength to push forward becoming a prominent figure in history.
This year at the upcoming annual conference, we invite you to join us as we embody the spirit of Churchill and focus on helping Georgia's county leaders get
through difficult decisions, competing perspectives and challenging situations, and learn how you can
Keep Calm and Carry On
Contact your county clerk or commission office staff to get registered today!