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NPU-T [wca-alliance] WCA E-Newsletter August (2)

ANNOUNCEMENTS:
The Transformation Alliance and Partnership for Southern Equity have started the Transformation Academy to provide leaders around MARTA stations opportunities to deepen their understanding of Transit-Oriented Development (TOD). Please see the attached flyer for more information to join, the academy begins on Monday, August 20th.

Please see the listings below for upcoming and recurring events happening on the Westside. Additionally, please visit our calendar on our website for more details about each listing.

 

UPCOMING EVENTS:
Tuesday August 16th
ATL: Creating economically Inclusive Gentrified Areas
6:30 pm
General Assembly Atlanta – 675 Ponce de Leon Ave NE, Floor 2, Atlanta GA 30308
 

Sunday August 21st

Emerald Corridor Creekside Fest
4:00 – 7:00 pm
609 Gary Avenue NW, Atlanta GA 30318 (next to the Bankhead MARTA Station)

Flyer attached
 

Wednesday July 27th

Operation HOPE’s Financial Literacy Workshop
2:30 pm
Westside Resource Center – 907 Martin Luther King Drive Jr, Atlanta GA 30314

Saturday August 27th
APD’s Police in the Park
1:00 – 4:00 pm
Washington Park – 102 Ollie St NW, Atlanta GA 30314
Flyer attached
MONTHLY RECURRING EVENTS:

Tuesday August 16th
NPU K Meeting
6:30pm
C. A. Scott Recreation Center – 1565 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, Atlanta, GA, 30314

Thursday August 18th
AUCNA Meeting 
6:00pm

Walter Massey Leadership Center, Morehouse College – 830 Westview Drive, Atlanta GA 30310

Friday August 19th

Transform Westside Summit
7:00am – 9:00am
City of Refuge – 1300 Joseph E. Boone Boulevard NW, Atlanta GA 30314
 
Saturday August 20th
WALT Advisory Board Meeting
3:00pm
Neighborhood Union Health Center Community Room No. 1 – 186 Sunset NW, Atlanta, GA 30314
 
Thursday August 25th
WCAG (Washington Cluster Advocacy Group) Meeting
6:30pm
Former Kennedy Middle School – 225 James P. Brawley Dr. NW, Atlanta GA
Saturday August 27th
Vine City Civic Association Meeting
10:00 am
561 Spencer Street, Atlanta GA 30314
WEEKLY RECURRING EVENTS:
Mondays and Wednesdays
Atlanta Harm Reduction Coalition Street Outreach
1:30pm – 3:00pm
Jett Street and James P. Brawley Drive
 
Tuesdays
Vine City Community Teaching Garden*
9:30am –  3:00pm
Intersection of James P. Brawley and Carter St (behind the Historic Westside Village Wal-Mart)
 
Saturdays
Organix Matters Produce Market
9:00am – 1:00pm
Urban Perform – 678 Joseph E. Boone Blvd NW, Atlanta GA 30314
 
Vine City Community Teaching Garden*
9:00am- 12:00pm
Intersection of James P. Brawley and Carter St (behind the Historic Westside Village Wal-Mart)




Thanks for all you do,
WCA Staff

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Early Learning Substitute Teacher Prep Program

sub teach flyer 2016 (1)

Shorter 16-17 T Prep Prgm descript w qualif (2)

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NPU-T WonderRoot Family Programs

Greeting from WonderRoot!

I am reaching out to you on behalf of WonderRoot’s Family Programs. In the last year, we have provided art-based services and opportunities to approximately 200 youth and families through our Family Day Workshops as well as our skills and experiential focused youth workshops. We are currently in the information-gathering process in order to devise new family-oriented art initiatives and fine-tune our existing family programming.

While we are in the process of developing programs, input from family-oriented stakeholders is absolutely crucial to us. We have drafted a short survey to gather input from stakeholders. We would very much appreciate if you could share the survey with your respective networks so that we can use the input we receive to tailor our upcoming programs to the needs of the community.

The survey can be found here: https://wonderroot.wufoo.com/forms/q1ofqytm1aal3nz/

We hope that you can help us by sharing this survey and look forward to the input we will receive.

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FW: The Mall West End Back to School Event July 30, 2016 – Partners/Vendors

I have spoken to most of you and I wanted to send out a reminder about our Mall West End Back to School event happening Saturday, July 30, 2016, 12pm – 5pm, We are asking everyone to bring school supplies to donate to the children. Pleases see details below and let me know if you have questions.
As you know education is one of the elements, if not the best element, that equals the playing field for our youth and young adults. We are planning a Mall West End Back to school event with a focus on S.T.E.M.
( Science, Technology, Engineer, Math) and sometimes STEAM, including Art.
This is our 4th year doing the back to school event. Last year the STEM component was a big hit with the  youth and we will continue our STEM Showcase. Sharing how much fun science, technology, engineer, and math can be can refocus our youth in the West End communities to make a difference in their studies, their lives and the lives of their families. 
The Mall West End Back to School event will take place on July 30, 2016, at the West End Mall, 850 Oak St. The event starts at 12pm with a talent show and we will have City Council Lady Cleta Winslow, Urban League, NFL Former Players, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and other community organizations to join us. The West End Medical Center, now Family Health Center,  will be doing a health fair for us as well. 
 
We would like also for your organization to partner with us to bring school supplies, paper, pens, pencils, book bags, etc. This year, Mary-Pat Hector, speaker, author, radio host and community advocate will be joining us with a live remote from WAOK radio to do HIV testing. Along with everything else, we will have health screenings, voter registration, popcorn, face painting, entertainment, and loads of fun. There will be other celebrity guess joining us as well and also Radio One on the grounds broadcasting, too. So, we are getting lots of media for this great back to school event at the West End Mall.  
 
We are asking everyone to drop off school supplies on Saturday morning, July 30, 2016,  between 9am – 12pm. If you collect supplies before then, I will be glad to arrange to pick them up and be responsible for getting them over to the back to school event at the West End Mall for Saturday, July 30, 2016.
 
You have the opportunity to set up a table, at no cost, and pass out information about your community organization or community program.  Selling of any items during this time is not permitted. I have attached the flyer for everyone to share. Let me know if you have any questions.

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NPU-T Upcoming Atlanta BeltLine Public Meetings

Please join us for an upcoming public meeting or two.  We would love it if you share this email with your family, friends and community.

Eastside Trail Construction Update

Thursday, August 4, 2016

6:30pm-8pm

Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, 25 Boulevard SE, Atlanta, GA 30312

Special Call Northeast + Southeast Study Groups

 

Southside Trail Design

Tuesday, August 9, 2016

6:30pm-8:00pm

Zoo Atlanta: Coca-Cola World Studio, 800 Cherokee Avenue SE, Atlanta, GA 30315

Special Call Southeast + Southwest Study Groups

Northeast + Southeast Study Group – EST Ext 8.4

Southeast + Southwest Study Group – SST design 8.9

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NPU-T Hollis Open House

Hollis Innovation Academy will be hosting an Open House for our parents, students and community on August 1st from 11 am- 1 pm.

We have planned an informative and festive event to include activities sponsored by the Atlanta Hawks, Chick-Fil-A, and other partners.  Dr. Carstarphen is also scheduled to make a short presentation at 12:00 pm  in the gym.

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NPU-T Downtown Connector Resurfacing

Two Projects to Create One Smooth Ride for Midtown and Downtown Commuters

Two major resurfacing projects in Clayton and Fulton counties are set to begin in a matter of days along     I-75. In Clayton County, resurfacing of approximately 4.4 miles on I-75 northbound and southbound from just north of SR 54/Jonesboro Road to the I-285 interchange will begin on Monday, July 18. Resurfacing of approximately 6 miles on I-75/I-85 (Downtown Connector) northbound and southbound from just south of University Avenue to the Brookwood Interchange in Fulton County will begin on Monday, July 25th, 2016.  To limit delays and inconvenience to motorists, lane closures will be limited to nights and weekends. These are high volume routes. Motorists are cautioned to reduce their speed while traveling through work zones, pay attention and watch for workers.

I-75 in Clayton County
  • Begins Monday, July 18, 2016 and scheduled to be completed February 2017, weather permitting
  • Resurfacing all travel lanes – six to eight lanes in each direction.
  • Milling and inlaying of lanes, beginning with the shoulders and ramps
  • Project cost – $9.5 million
I-75/I-85 in Fulton County
  • Begins Monday, July 25, 2016 and scheduled to be completed April 2017, weather permitting
  • Resurfacing all travel lanes – six to eight lanes in each direction.
  • Milling and inlaying of lanes, beginning with the shoulders and ramps
  • Project cost – $13.8 million
Know Before You Go!
  • Changeable Message boards and overhead signs will provide regular updates on ramp closures.
  • During construction activities, the HOV lane will become a general purpose lane.
  • Ramps will be open for emergency vehicles when needed.
  • Additional restrictive hours may occur for special events, such as, but not limited to, the Atlanta Falcons, Atlanta Braves, Music Midtown Festival and Georgia Tech football games due to the proximity of work to these known events.
  • The speed limit will be reduced to 45 mph in the work zone area. Fines for speeding are doubled in a work zone

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Upcoming AUC Visioning Session

AUC 7.1.16 FLYER

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NPU-T Concerned Black Clergy Health Walk — Assembly 7/23/16

Concerned Black Clergy Health Walk Assembly 7-23-16

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FW: 2016 Atlanta Back to Business Week

Atlanta Back to Business Week

The 5th Annual Back to Business Week features opportunities for entrepreneurs and small business owners to learn about growing their business.  The 2016 #ATLB2B includes a Do’s and Don’ts for Starting a Restaurant, Networking and Discussion on the Technology Industry and our largest event the #ATLB2B Conference Expo.  We look forward to seeing you at one or all of the events.

 

Click Here to Register for Back to Business Week Activities

 

WORKSHOPS  

 

The Georgia Restaurant Association & The Atlanta Business League will promote a discussion on entrepreneurialism in the restaurant industry.  Learn about the do’s and don’ts of starting a restaurant, and learn from experts on issues in legal, financing, accounting, and other areas to help start your restaurant or grow your existing one.  You can learn about advancements in the industry, and information about franchisee opportunities will be available as well.

 

Click here to Register for this Workshop

 

Networking

The 2016 #ATLB2B teamed up with the Technology Association of Georgia and The Gathering Spot to offer networking and a panel discussion on IT issues in the government and private sector, such as Financial Technology, Digital Marketing and information security.

Click here to register for the Networking event 

Back to Business Conference

 

The Back to Business Conference is the largest day of the week filled with over 90 public and private vendors.  Last year over 700 people attended this event, early registration is encouraged.  The U.S Small Business Administration and the U.S. General Services Administration sponsor this event.

 

Click here to register for the ATLB2B Conference

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