April 28, 2020

Dear Fellow Members:

I hope this finds you healthy and well.

It is said that the only constant is change. There have been so many changes as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, some good, but many difficult and painful.

It is with great sadness and disappointment that I tell you that after 38 years in business, The Georgian Club will not reopen. There are numerous factors that have gone into this decision, but in the end, the impact from the coronavirus, both now and in the future, necessitates the permanent closing of the club.

On behalf of the entire Board of Directors, I want to thank each of you for your support of the club and for the role you play in our community.

The management team at the club is working hard to find other opportunities for as many employees as possible. As you know, many of the staff members have been with the club for more than 20 years and several for 30 years. Saying goodbye to them is not going to be easy.

We are also in close communication with the club’s landlord and want to thank the folks at Childress Klein, the building manager, and Piedmont Realty Trust, the owner of the building. We will continue to work with them to ensure a smooth transition at the property.

In closing, we can’t thank you enough for the nearly 40 years of support you have provided. The Georgian Club has been an important thread in the fabric of our community, and we are incredibly sad to see it close.

We recognize there is a time and a season for all things, and we wish you all the best both in this season and in the next chapter that is yet to be written.


Senator Johnny Isakson