(AUGUSTA, GA) The American Institute of Architects (AIA) Sustainable Design
  Assessment Team has begun its three-day workshop in Augusta, focusing
  on opportunities to connect the Laney Walker/Bethlehem Revitalization
  Project to the downtown area. The panel will deliver its findings and
  make recommendations for a sustainability program in Augusta on
  Wednesday night. The community meeting will be held at the downtown
  Augusta library, 823 Telfair St., from 6 to 7:30 p.m.

 (AUGUSTA, GA) 30901 Development Corporation in partnership with Alpha Kappa Alpha
  Sorority, Incorporated, Zeta Xi Omega Chapter, is presenting a
  ‘free’ seminar entitled "Regaining Economic
  Security" on Saturday, June 30th, 10:00 am – 12:00 in the
  Building of Opportunity @ 1434 Poplar Street. Guest Speaker will be
  Mrs. Sandra Devoe Bland of S.J. Devoe & Associates. Seminar Topics
  will include Budgeting & Planning, Personal Finance, Your Credit
  Score, Repairing Your Credit etc. For more information contact,
  Ceminithia Grant @ (706) 823-0905.

 (AUGUSTA, GA)  Augusta’s Housing & Community Development Department will be reporting
  this week to the Augusta-Richmond County Commission on highlights of
  its Laney Walker/Bethlehem Revitalization Project, including the
  construction of 14 new homes in its flagship Heritage Pine
  development, sales of $1.2 million in homes to date, five additional
  home sales in Holley Street Common by Antioch Development Corporation,
  and pending mutli-use, multi-family developments at both Foundry Place
  (opposite GHSU) and Twiggs Circle.

  (AUGUSTA, GA) The New Bethlehem Community Garden is ripe with a variety of
  vegetables. Each Wednesday afternoon from 4-6 p.m. residents are
  welcome to stop by, learn how to pick the vegetables and care for the
  garden, and take some home to enjoy. For more information or to
  volunteer to help, call (706) 722-0086.

  (AUGUSTA, GA)The Laney Walker/Bethlehem Development team is offering presentations
  to area employers on affordable home ownership opportunities in
  Augusta’s downtown area. For more information, contact Shawn Edwards
  at SEdwards@augustaga.gov. www.laneywalkerbethlehem.com .

  (AUGUSTA, GA) The Morris Museum of Art is FREE EVERY Sunday, noon to 5:00 p.m

  (AUGUSTA, GA) The Laney Walker/Bethlehem Development team is beginning initial
  historical research on African-American heritage in Augusta as part of
  what will become a Heritage Trail for the City. Anyone having old
  photographs that will help document life in the community should
  contact Glenda Matute (gmatute@assetproperty.com) or Dr. Lee Ann
  Caldwell (lcaldwel@aug.edu).

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