Hey all, please let Adair Park Today President, Randy Gibbs (firstname.lastname@example.org) know if you can join for the trip to the Center for Civil and Human Rights on February 28th: http://www.civilandhumanrights.org/
More at: http://www.civilandhumanrights.org/
We’ll meet at the Center by 11:00am, and begin the tour promptly at 11:30am. We’ll plan to eat and chit-chat at the Smoke Ring in Castleberry Hill afterwards. Adults and children welcome : )
We will be meeting at 656 Sports Bar in Mechanicsville this Sunday to watch the Hawks take on the Bucks! Bring your friends and help us support a great local business!
Please remember to take photos of you and your purchased goods and post to Twitter, Facebook & Instagram #ISWATLCASHMOB
Send all receipts to email@example.com so we can see our collective impact!
The Annie E. Casey Foundation has a special interest in improving the well-being of children and families in Atlanta. Since 2001, the Foundation has been committed to revitalizing a set of city neighborhoods called Neighborhood Planning Unit V (NPU-V), including helping lowincome families overcome a number of challenges by increasing their access to educational and economic opportunities — and their ability to advocate for themselves and their community. Read the fact sheet.
Saturday, March 14
(refreshments at 11:30 a.m.)
Crogman School Apartments
1093 West Ave. SW
Atlanta, GA 30315
Come hear from potential developers as they share their ideas for redeveloping 352 University Avenue! Two development teams plan to submit proposals to the Casey Foundation to become the master developer for this industrial site.
This session, which will include presentations and time for discussion, is an opportunity for community members to interact with and provide feedback to the developers on their concepts for the site.
Help us support our local businesses by shopping around intown South-west Atlanta! In partnership with Pittsburgh, Sylvan Hills, Capitol View, Capitol View Manner, Mechanicsville, West End, Westview, & Castleberry Hill, we are holding a CA$H MOB to get folks out to the Big Bear this weekend!
When: February 11-13
Where: Big Bear Grocery at 683 Joseph E Lowery Boulevard Southwest
Why: To support local business!
How to Participate:
1) Go shop at Big Bear this weekend
2) Take a selfie of you with your groceries & receipt and post to Facebook, Instagram & Twitter #ISWATLCASHMOB
3) Email photos of/scanned receipts to firstname.lastname@example.org
Adair Park Today, Inc. is seeking an artist/artists to assist in the painting of intersections in the Adair Park community for the purposes of beautification, traffic calming, and community building.
Project entails the design of 2 stencils to be used by the neighborhood for painting intersections. One stencil shall approximate the Adair Park flag (see below) and the other stencil shall be of the artist’s design. Due to the paint that must be used, design is limited to the colors white, yellow, blue, green, black, red, and brick red. Artist will then work with children and adults of the community to paint the intersections.
The following criteria shall be used to evaluate submissions:
1) Residency (35%) – Preference will be given in decreasing order to those who live/work in Adair Park, NPU-V,X, T, or S, Southwest Atlanta, and Atlanta.
2) Experience (35%) – Quality of artist’s portfolio and ability to succeed at this project
3) Cost (30%) – Consulting fee only, as supplies will be purchased separately by the neighborhood association.
After completion of the project, both stencils shall remain the property of Adair Park Today, Inc. to be used exclusively for the painting of intersections within the boundaries of Adair Park as recognized by NPU-V.
Submission and Deadline
Please submit by February 20th, proposal including 3 examples of your work, 2 references, and consulting fee.
Submit proposals and attachments to Matt Garbett, email@example.com
Download the RFP