(AUGUSTA, GA) COMMUNiTY HEADLiNES, June 27, 2011

(AUGUSTA, GA) Adele Randall, native Augustan who has lived on Pine Street since 1959, is the subject of a lively human-interest story forthcoming by The Augusta Chronicle. Randall is slated to move into a new home in Heritage Pine, next door to where she has lived her entire adult life.
www.heritagepineaugusta.com

(AUGUSTA, GA) The New Bethlehem Community Center launches its Summer Enrichment Camp, July 11-29, 2011 from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Ages: 5 to 13. Registration fee is $25.00 for first child and $15.00 for each additional child. There is no additional cost. Parents must provide transportation. Call 706-722-0086 for more information.
www.newbethlehemcommunitycenter.com

(AUGUSTA, GA) Georgia Trend Magazine and Verge magazine are tee-ing up in-depth stories on the revitalization of Laney Walker/Bethlehem, both to be released in the coming weeks. Stay tuned.
www.heritagepineaugusta.com

(AUGUSTA, GA) The Morris Museum of Art is holding Toddler Time: Art Adventures with Nature. Thursday, July 7, 10:00–11:00 a.m., or 11:15 a.m.–12:15 p.m. View paintings from the exhibition of Philip Juras: The Southern Frontier and listen to Deborah Kogan Ray’s children’s book The Flower Hunter
www.themorris.org

(AUGUSTA, GA) The Augusta Housing and Community Development Department has been invited by the state office of HUD to make a presentation on best practices, showcasing the revitalization of Laney Walker/Bethlehem. Tuesday, June 28th in Atlanta, Ga.
www.heritagepineaugusta.com

(AUGUSTA, GA) Augusta Tomorrow is pleased to announce that this year’s Annual Convention of the International Congress on New Urbanism recognized the Augusta Sustainable Development Agenda (Augusta’s comprehensive Master Plan completed in October 2010) as one of 18 from around the world for its innovative holistic approach and comprehensive urban design.
www.augustatomorrow.org

(AUGUSTA, GA) The first annual BLOCKS ARE BEAUTIFUL celebration, which took place on Pine Street on May 7, has gone “prime time” with the launch of a video on Youtube.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_kIO3OvI1O4

(AUGUSTA, GA) The Augusta Regional Library is hosting a number of events this week, all open to the public. Lunch Bunch Book Discussion of The Walk by Richard Paul Evans @ Headquarters Library, June 28th from 11:30-1:00 PM; Belly Dancing for Beginners @ Headquarters Library, June 30th @ 6:30 pm. Savannah River Brass Works, Tuesday, June 28, 8:00 P.M. @ Appleby Branch Library.
http://www.ecgrl.public.lib.ga.us/

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