Allison D. Megrath, AICP Manager,
Real Estate, Plum Creek
Megrath, AICP, is a certified land use planner and a manager
of real estate in Florida and Georgia for Plum Creek. She is
currently serving as the project manager for four
developments: the 2,600-acre North Florida INTERMODAL PARK®
in Columbia County, Gainesville 121 (an 1,800 acre
residential and mixed-use development in the city of
Gainesville), the Greene County Mega Site (an 1,800 acre
mixed-use development in Greene County, GA), and the
2,100-acre Industrial Park known as the Heart of Georgia
Mega Site in DublinLaurens County, GA.
in land use planning and zoning expertise includes
representation before various governmental boards, agencies
and advisory committees. She has more than 21 years of
experience coordinating projects, serving as an experienced
project manager on high-visibility land use planning
projects. Allison approaches projects as a partnership
opportunity and engages team members to be unified to reach
In addition to serving in various capacities
for the American Planning Association Florida Chapter,
Allison has represented Florida planners as a four-time
Delegate for the State at the American Planning Association
National Conference. Allison also serves on the Legislative
Policy Committees for both the Florida Chapter and the Small
Town and Rural Planning Division of the American Planning
Association at the national level.
Allison is a graduate of both Leadership Gainesville Class 39 and
Leadership Lake City 2012. She serves on the Florida Gateway
College Foundation’s Executive Board and The Education
Foundation of Alachua County, Inc. Board of Directors.
Students of the Quarter
Student of the Quarter Cole Porter , East Laurens High School.
Students of the Quarter
Javan Gant Dublin High School, Dalton Touchberry West Laurens
High School, Luke Price Trinity Christian School and Cole Porter
East Laurens High School not pictured.
Ramblin Wreck Trio Honors Its Bet
Mrs. Claus reads to students
Mrs. Claus read holiday stories at OFLTC to local
elementery school students. After the readings students revieved their very own book
from the Dublin Rotary Club.
End Poilo Now
The Dublin Rotary Club exceeded the challenge and raised $3048.00 to help
MOGELBERG GRSP STUDENT FROM DENMARK was born in the
fall of 1993. He grew up in Aarhus, the second largest city
of Denmark together with an older sister. After
primary/elementary school, he went to the Danish high school
Aarhus Business College where he studied micro economics,
mathematics, and finance along with other mandatory classes.
After graduating from high school he worked for the Danish
publishing house, Systime, as a financial assistant.
part of this years GRSP class and he is attending Georgia
College and State University in Milledgeville where he
studies Rhetoric. When he returns to Denmark he will study
International Business at Copenhagen Business School.
Charter members of Oconee Fall Line Technical College
Rotaract Club and Dublin Rotarians!
Dustin P. Gay, MD Board Certified
Dr. Dustin Gay is a Board Certified
Orthopaedic Surgeon who specializes in total joint
replacement, adult reconstructive surgery, sports medicine,
and general orthopaedic surgery with a focus on arthritic
joint conditions. He is one of few surgeons in the Middle
Georgia area to perform the minimally invasive Anterior Hip
Replacement for the treatment of advanced arthritis and
degenerative hip joint disease.
Dr. Gay is currently in private practice at Fairview Medical
Group Orthopaedics in Dublin, Georgia. Originally from East
Dublin, Dr. Gay graduated from East Laurens High School as
Valedictorian in 1997 & graduated Summa Cum Laude from
Georgia College and State University in 2001. He received
his medical degree from the Medical College of Georgia and
completed his Residency at Union Memorial Hospital in
Baltimore, MD. He received fellowship training at Anderson
Orthopedic Clinic in Alexandria, VA specializing in total
joint replacement and adult reconstructive surgery.
Loving Georgia Football
Rotarians June Moore, Willie Paulk, Helen Harper and
GRSP student Thomsas Mogelberg enjoying the Florida/Georgia
football game in Jacksonville Fl.
Laurens County Probate Court
Helen W. Harper Judge, Laurens County Probate Court
Judge Helen Harper was born in Dublin and has lived
here all of her life. She graduated from Laurens High School
in Rentz and continued her education by attending Continuing
Education at the University of Georgia. In 2016 she will
complete the Georgia Probate Court Judge Certification
Program in collaboration with the Carl Vinson Institute of
Helen was elected Judge of the Laurens County Probate Court
in 1980. Before being elected as Judge, she served for
thirteen years as chief clerk of Probate Court.
Helen has been active in our community having served as past
president of Dublin Rotary Club, past director of Dublin
Country Club and past board member of Leadership
DublinLaurens County as well as being a charter member of
Leadership Dublin-Laurens County. She is a past chairperson
of Dublin Laurens County St. Patrickâ??s Festival Committee
and past chairperson of Dublin Laurens County Chamber of
Commerce. She was St. Patrickâ??s Festival Woman of the Year,
Honorary Leprechaun and past president of the Order of the
Helen currently serves as Chairperson of the Awards Banquet
on the St. Patrickâ??s Festival Committee and a member of the
Community Mental Health Board. She has served as President
of the Georgia Probate Judges Council of Georgia, President
of Georgia Election Official Association and President of
County Officers State of Georgia Association.
Busy Day at Rotary
DON BRYANT Dublin-Laurens County EMA Don
Bryant graduated from Dexter High School and attended Middle
Georgia College and Georgia College. He began his career as
a firefighter in 1980. In 1990 he be came the chief of rural
firefighters and coordinator of the Laurens County Rural
Don is currently the Emergency
Management Coordina tor for Dublin-Laurens County. He
received his Master Manager certification in 2002 from the
Governors Office of Emergency Management.
Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter visits Dublin Rotary Club
Former First Lady of the United States Eleanor Rosalynn
Carter is the wife of the 39th President of the United
States, Jimmy Carter and in that capacity served as the
First Lady of the United States from 1977 to 1981.