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The Morehouse College Community Revitalization Initiative (MCCRI) is excited to initiate our StrongStart reading program in Fulton County of Atlanta, GA, and we are looking for book donations! Our mission is “to inspire and secure the future of Atlanta’s youth through literacy and mentorship.” To accomplish this mission, we have been recruiting volunteer mentors to read to students who are in grades 1-3 at the targeted four schools, KIPP WAYS, KIPP STRIVE, Tuskegee Airmen Global Academy, and M. Agnes Jones. We are planning to initiate StrongStart at M. Agnes Jones on January 26th, 2017.
We are encouraging potential donors to donate by January 20th, 2017, however, we welcome donations year-round. The types of books we need are Kindergarten through third grade level picture/story books that are new or gently used.
We thank you for your consideration, and we hope that you will join us in reaching our literacy goals for the children in this community.
Please contact the MCCRI at 404-215-2673 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about our program or to donate books.
The Morehouse College Community Revitalization Initiative
830 Westview Drive
Atlanta, Georgia 30314
VOTE NOW—Help WAWA win $5K for OAC Programs; Join us this Weekend for Two Events
WAWA Board Chair, Na’Taki Osborne Jelks was recently named as one of five finalists for the 2011 Cox Conserves Heroes for community leaders who volunteer for environmental causes. If she wins the on-line voting competition, WAWA will win $5,000 to continue the rebirth of the Outdoor Activity Center (OAC).
We need your VOTE TODAY to bring these needed funds home to the community. It’s quick and simple…
Please go to this link: http://www.wsbtv.com/coxconservesheroes/
1) Click on VOTE NOW
2) Scroll down the end of the page (Na’Taki is the last finalist listed). Look under her photo and click the vote button.
3) Enter your e-mail address and zip code.
4) Click Submit
5) Pass this e-mail on to someone else!
Join WAWA for Two Weekend Events
WAWA’S Continuing Adult Education Series @ the OAC
Health and Healing using Natural Foods
The presentation will highlight scientifically based principles and methods to cultivate, support and manage excellent health against: Cancer, Diabetes, Diverticulitis, High blood pressure, and Existing diverse conditions
Service Learning Saturday (11/5/11) – 10am-1pm
Join WAWA for Environmental Service Learning Saturdays and Community Workdays every first Saturday of the month from 10am – 1pm. These service efforts will be facilitated in partnership with the Spelman College Bonner Scholars Program, forestry professionals, and concerned citizens.
Tasks will include: removing invasive plants, re-vamping the existing butterfly habitat at the Outdoor Activity Center (OAC) and establishing additional habitat demonstration sites on the grounds including areas that focus on drought-resistant plants and xeriscaping, establishing rain barrel gardens on site, as well as re-establishing a compost system, restoring parts of the trail system, and on-going trail maintenance.
High school participants will have an opportunity to partially satisfy their mandatory 75-hour community service graduation requirement. Bring a water bottle and a bagged lunch! We’ll see you on Saturday!
The Outdoor Activity Center is located at 1442 Richland Rd. S.W., Atlanta, GA 30310.
To RSVP for any of the above events, please send an e-mail to email@example.com.
November 15th – Keep America Beautiful has created materials for event organizers like you to promote recycling awareness, commitment and action in your community. In addition to a downloadable “Go-to-Guide” to make it easy for you to organize a local event to get the word out, also available are free America Recycles Day banners, bookmarks, buttons, pencils, pledge cards and posters on a first-registered, first serve basis. To set up an account and register your America Recycles Day 2011 event go to: http://events.kab.org . After setting up your account, hit the register button and you will be taken to the registration site: http://events.kab.org/events/ard/register/
Thank you for your efforts to engage your community and increase recycling! Share this with your friends, co-workers, PTA, civic associations, etc—let’s make this the largest ever ARD in history!
The Bonner Office of Community Service and Student Development ” Where Women Enter to Learn and Exit to Serve”. Text key word “SERVICE” to 25827 to receive updates on community service initiatives.