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BIBB COUNTY YOUTH GET A LESSON IN FINANCE MANAGEMENT
The Pleasant Hill Shalom Zone and Community Partnership sponsored a Basic Finance Management Workshop on Saturday, May 18th. Attorney Carol L. Stokes conducted the workshop to give local youth a basic foundation in finance management. Local teens received a host
Credo of a Community Developer
Credo of a Community Developer By Y.C. James Yen Go to the people Live among them Learn from them Plan with them Work with them Start with what they know Build on what they have Teach by showing Learn by doing Not a showcase but a pattern Not odds and ends but
Mayor R. attending upcoming Community Partnership meeting. Are you?
All partners and interested citizens are invited to the Community Partnership collaborative meeting to be held on February 15 from 10:00 am - 12:00 pm in the Juanita Jordan room of the Peyton Anderson Building. During the meeting, the six neighborhoods
JOIN THE PLEASANT HILL SHALOM ZONE IN A DAY OF SERVICE
WHAT: COMMUNITY CLEAN UP WHEN: MONDAY, JANUARY 21, 2013 WHERE: PLEASANT HILL COMMUNITY (Beginning Site: Community Church of God, 283 Grant Avenue) TIME: 9:00 A.M See you there!
Help Us Help This Family!
Community Partnership is sponsoring a Lynmore Estates family through the Macon Telegraph's Reindeer Gang Christmas program. Please see link: http://www.macon.com/2012/11/25/2262864/spread-too-thin-for-christmas.html The family consists of a grandmother (Debra Clark) and her 5 grandchildren. Community Partnership is accepting donations generated through the newspaper article
Macon Shalom Zones To Receive $20,000
At the quarterly Community Partnership meeting held May 31 at Centenary Methodist Church, non-profit and agency partners, school personnel and residents leaders came together to share ideas and build partnerships. Guest Speakers included Kimberlyn Carter, BCSS Director of Strategic Partnerships,
Path to Shine in Lynmore Shalom Zone
Shalom Zones Investigate Poverty
Representatives from Macon's six neighborhood Shalom Zones met on Saturday, March 17 for an enlightening discussion on myths and misunderstandings about poverty. The meeting was hosted by the Village Green Shalom Zone at the Vision of Jesus Christ Methodist Church. In the discussion
“If it’s in a box, it’s not food!”
The Pleasant Hill Shalon Zone hosted the second in its series of community workshops focusing on reducing obesity and related health issues. Mr. Haywood Simmons, a native of Macon, is the consultant and guest presenter throughout the series. Now living in
Power to Prevent in Pleasant Hill
POWER TO PREVENT Join as we welcome Mr. Haywood Simmons, Jr., Guest Presenter, Former Football Athlete & Rose Bowl Champion. The focus of this workshop will be access to healthy foods. The major objective of this workshop will be to increase opportunities