Fulton Focus For November featured wide ranging discussions on Fulton Juvenile Court's observance of World Adoption Day, the Fulton Youth Commission's Christmas For Kids event, new rules in Fulton County for Body Art and Tattooists, and a visit from the Safe Sex Lady and a discussion of cooperation between Fulton and Dekalb County around World AIDS Day December 1.
Fulton County is your county at your service. Fulton Focus is a monthly program on WCLK that is a partnership between Fulton County and Atlanta's Jazz Station that brings the community useful information about Fulton County services, programs, and initiatives.
Fulton Focus is a joint production by Fulton County Communications and WCLK Public Affairs. It airs on WCLK Saturday morning at 7:30a just before the Tavis Smiley show from PRI. On this week's program we feature a September 25 Career Gathering and Job Fair at the Fulton County Government Center. We'll also catch up with the Fulton County SPARC program, designed to provide preventive care to Fulton County's Elderly residents.
Fulton Focus is a public affairs partnership between Fulton County and Jazz 91.9 FM WCLK. This month's program includes a talk with Fulton County Health Department about the current peak of the mosquito season. We'll find out what kind of programs are available from the Fulton County Department of Children and Youth. And we'll discuss everything going on on Fulton County TV.
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Fulton Focus talks about important countywide issues and initiatives and is a public service partnership between the Fulton County Office of Communications and Jazz 91.9 FM WCLK. On our most recent show we feature Interim Director of Arts and Culture Lisa Tuttle to discuss next week's groundbreaking on the new Aviation Community Cultural Center. Read more about that here.
Fulton Focus is WCLK's Monthly look at events and initiatives of our home county, and is a public affairs partnership between WCLK and Fulton County Government. It airs each third Saturday morning at 7:30am, just before Tavis.
This month's program includes Tax Commissioner Dr. Arthur Ferdinand with a discussion about new Ad Valorem Tax rules, which will effect everyone purchasing a car statewide.