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Poly Enterprises has been proud to support JJF since 2009. The JJF Concert on the lawn of Brenau University is one of the highlights of our participation. We look forward to the songs and stories that fill the summer air. Not only has Poly supported JFF with financial support but with supplying products for their auctions.

Over the past 13 years, the John Jarrard Foundation has grown from an annual concert to a regionally-recognized organization supporting songwriters and a number of great causes. Beginning in 2000, the John Jarrard Foundation was established in the memory of our dear friend, and Georgia Music Hall of Fame member, John Jarrard.

The John Jarrard Foundation, originally known as the Bruce Burch & Friends Honor John Jarrard Concert, was established as an annual event to raise money for charities local to North Georgia. Over the course of time, this event has grown to become one of the premier songwriting events in the state of Georgia and furthermore, the Foundation has grown from one concert to multiple events throughout the year. From First Verse, a songwriting education program for students in the state of Georgia, to songwriting concerts throughout the Southeast and financial support to the charities closest to John’s heart, the John Jarrard Foundation is built on music and love.

The John Jarrard Foundation is a non-profit organization with proceeds going to a permanent endowment fund in John’s name established at the North Georgia Community Foundation. Proceeds benefit local charities, including the Good News Clinics, the Boys and Girls Clubs of Hall County, Georgia Mountain Food Bank Fund and one of John’s favorite causes, Good News at Noon Shelter.

Please learn more about JJF here: https://www.johnjarrardfoundation.com/

 

Poly Enterprises is proud to announce a recent partnership with Lanier Technical College and their Machine Tool Technology Department. The staff at Poly Enterprises worked closely with the Department Head Jim Mealor and the MTT students to create an aluminum mold to be used in production at Poly Enterprises. It was a great “On Hands” experience for the students in creating a tool that was designed to be in a regular manufacturing environment. Associates Heath Kirby and Robb Curtius of Poly Enterprises were instrumental in making this happen and providing an unforgettable experience for the Lanier Tech students.