Spend 5 Minutes telling City of Atlanta about your transportation needs
Did you know that Atlanta's Transportation Plan had it's project kick off this week?
With a 5-10 minute survey, you can shape transportation in Atlanta by telling the city about YOUR experiences and your wants! Remember, the only voices heard are the ones that speak up.
Come learn about your community school! Intended for parents of rising pre-K through 1st grade. All others welcome.
The prize pool is being finalized for 2nd and 3rd place. but don't forget that 1st place gets $500! All proceeds from the event to go Neighbor in Need.
The annual East Atlanta Easter Egg Hunt & Festival is hosted by East Atlanta Kids Club at Brownwood Park. It will be a fun community-wide event with the egg hunt, egg decorating, crafts, games, and lots of sweet treats!
Councilmember Natalyn Archibong will host the 16th annual Focus Upon Senior Services (F. U. S. S.) seminar on Saturday, March 18, 2017. It affords seniors an opportunity to learn more about homestead exemptions, senior discounts and other services offered to senior residents and more.
Our own Henry Bryant authored the essay "In Atlanta, Honoring Two Civil War Generals Opens a Discussion on Race and History" as part of What It Means to Be American, a partnership of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History and Zócalo Public Square.
Students require more than just books to succeed in school. We seek to create an anonymous, in-house “pop up shop” that provides students in need with basic resources.