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(AUGUSTA, GA) The Heritage Pine Neighborhood Association, along with prospective buyers for Laney Walker/Bethlehem’s flagship development, met with The Augusta Housing Department on Wednesday, August 24 to discuss opportunities and challenges of a proposed Dollar General store on Laney Walker Boulevard and 11th Street. The proposed commercial development is expected to adhere to the design guidelines for the Laney Walker/Bethlehem Revitalization Effort.


(AUGUSTA, GA) The Lucy Craft Laney Museum of Black History is hosting its senior luncheon featuring Dr. George Marshall and Dr. Tina Marshall-Bradley (President and Interim Associate VP of Academic Affairs for Paine College, respectively) on Wednesday, Sept. 14 at 11:30 a.m.


(AUGUSTA, GA) The New Bethlehem Community Center is holding its After School Program, with openings for children in grades K5 through 8th. Transportation is provided from Collins Elementary School. For more information, call (706) 722-0086.


(AUGUSTA, GA) Historic Augusta, Inc. and the Lucy Craft Laney Museum are jointly hosting its second annual forum, This Place Matters: Preserving Augusta’s African American Communities, on October 28-29 at Tabernacle Baptist Church. The event features a keynote talk by Dr. Richard K. Dozier (Dean of the Robert Taylor School of Architecture & Building Construction Sciences at Tuskegee University,) and a bus tour of significant African American sites in Laney Walker/Bethlehem.



(AUGUSTA, GA) As part of the urban area master plan, Augusta Tomorrow has charged its Gateways & Corridors Implementation Team to work with businesses and other stakeholders who have property that borders St. Sebastian Way to develop and fund a plan for landscaping to enhance this new arterial.


(AUGUSTA, GA) The Morris Museum is presenting Artrageous! Family Sunday: Around the Town with Mr. Bill. Join entertainer Mr. Bill as he celebrates our hometown with special songs and stories. Afterwards, make a painting inspired by our city’s landmarks. FREE. Sunday, September 11 at 2 pm

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