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Arlie Collins

Board Chair

Greene County High School

HQ Phone:  (706) 453-7688

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Greene County High School

101 East Third Street

Greensboro, Georgia,30642

United States

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Board of Education

greene.schooldesk.net [cached]

Arlie Collins, Board Chair
Arlie Collins, Board Chair Arlie is a native of Macon. He and his wife Thelma have been married for 12 years and have two children. They are members of Lakeside Church at Lake Oconee. Arlie graduated from Willingham High for Boys, attended the University of Georgia and is currently attending RockBridge Seminary where he is pursuing a degree in Ministry Leadership. Arlie is a self-employed businessman, working in the lake area for over 9 years. He has been involved with the local Chamber of Commerce, serving as chair of the ad hoc committee on charitable organizations. He is currently serving as volunteer staff at Lakeside Church in the role of missions coordinator. He is active with Global Samaritans, a locally based missions group, serving as the domestic scheduler for teams serving in Africa. He has been team leader for the last 8 years for groups who have gone to Zambia to do construction and ministry. He teaches Sunday school, has served as a deacon and in other leadership roles at his church. Arlie believes that he brings a fresh approach and vision to the Board of Education of Greene County with a combination of leadership skills and a heart for the children of this county. It is his desire that every child be given every opportunity to meet their true potential and become active, productive members of our community. He seeks to bring the school system and the board into a working relationship with the community that will benefit all the citizens of our county, most especially our children.


::Georgia School Boards Association::

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Mr. Arlie Collins
Chair


greene.schooldesk.net

Greene County Board Chairman Arlie Collins and Superintendent Dr. Barbara Pulliam Davis recognized the county-wide Spelling Bee winners on Feb. 13, 2012. Pictured with Chairman Collins and Superintendent Davis are Akiyrey Breeding, a 4th grader at Greensboro Elementary School, Ciara Maroschak, a 5th grader at Lake Oconee Academy, and Katlin Third, a 6th grader at Lake Oconee Academy Middle School.
Greene County Board Chairman Arlie Collins and Superintendent Dr. Barbara Pulliam Davis recognized Union Point Elementary School and Lake Oconee Academy on Feb. 13, 2012 for earning Performance awards from the Governor's Office of Student Achievement. On Nov. 14, Fabian Bowman was recognized during the Greene County Board of Education work session for receiving a New Teacher Assistance Grant from Georgia Power. Pictured left to right: BOE chair Arlie Collins, CMS teacher Fabian Bowman and GCSS Superintendent Dr. Barbara Pulliam Davis.


Board of Education

greene2.schooldesk.net [cached]

Arlie Collins, Board Chair
Arlie Collins, Board Chair Arlie is a native of Macon. He and his wife Thelma have been married for 12 years and have two children. They are members of Lakeside Church at Lake Oconee. Arlie graduated from Willingham High for Boys, attended the University of Georgia and is currently attending RockBridge Seminary where he is pursuing a degree in Ministry Leadership. Arlie is a self-employed businessman, working in the lake area for over 9 years. He has been involved with the local Chamber of Commerce, serving as chair of the ad hoc committee on charitable organizations. He is currently serving as volunteer staff at Lakeside Church in the role of missions coordinator. He is active with Global Samaritans, a locally based missions group, serving as the domestic scheduler for teams serving in Africa. He has been team leader for the last 8 years for groups who have gone to Zambia to do construction and ministry. He teaches Sunday school, has served as a deacon and in other leadership roles at his church. Arlie believes that he brings a fresh approach and vision to the Board of Education of Greene County with a combination of leadership skills and a heart for the children of this county. It is his desire that every child be given every opportunity to meet their true potential and become active, productive members of our community. He seeks to bring the school system and the board into a working relationship with the community that will benefit all the citizens of our county, most especially our children.


www.tnj.com

The program's shaky finances were one reason that Arlie Collins, a retired plumbing contractor from Greensboro, Ga., applied for his benefits three months before he turned 62 in December.
Collins was among 1.3 million men age 62 and older whose retirement benefits began in 2009, according to Urban Institute research. Collins didn't mind that Social Security would reduce his monthly payments by about 25 percent, or roughly $250, for starting to collect at 62 instead of 66. After talking with an accountant, Collins determined that he was better off getting less money now than he would be if he waited for larger monthly checks later. "I did the math, and if I had waited for my full retirement (at age 66), I would have had to wait until I was 82 or 83 years old before I made up the money I was getting between 62 and 66," Collins said. "To tell the truth, I wasn't really sure if Social Security would be around when I'm 82, or at least in the same form." Since Social Security allows retirees to earn up to $14,100 a year before their retiree benefits are penalized, Collins plans to supplement his Social Security payments with some plumbing jobs and the $3,000 to $4,000 he earns each year as the chairman of the Greene County Board of Education.


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