Sunday, March 31, 2013
Habitat for Humanity dedicates three more homes.
- VOLUNTEERS IN THE NEWS
Sunday, March 31
Roswell Rotarians, church members and high school students helped build two of the three Habitat for Humanity-North Central Georgia homes at the Villages of Park Creek neighborhood. This past weekend the three families got help from those same volunteers in a dedication ceremony for their homes. Habitat for Humanity – North Central Georgia recently held a Dedication Ceremony for three families at the Villages of Park Creek neighborhood in Woodstock on the border of Cherokee County and Fulton County. It was a beautiful morning and more than 50 family members, sponsors, community members, and Habitat staff and board members attended the heart-warming ceremony. The three families were overjoyed with the prospect of becoming homeowners and …
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Families collected coats, hats and gloves for North Fulton Community Charities.
Wednesday, February 13
Fun with family, a sense of community, and donating for a great cause were a few of the many themes found at the first annual Sweetheart Dance sponsored by Hembree Springs PTA. More than 400 staff, students and sweethearts celebrated upcoming Valentine’s Day by dressing up, dancing with mom, dad, grandparent or other special adult. To share the love, families collected gently used or new coats, hats, and gloves that will be given to North Fulton Community Charities to help those in need this winter. Attendees received a carnation and a professionally taken photo with their sweetheart as mementoes of the evening. The dance was a “sweet” success! Hembree Springs would like to thank the Elkins Point Middle School Jr. Beta students who …
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
The volunteer service awards program also honored students from Alpharetta, Milton and Cumming.
David Resnick of Roswell, a senior at Centennial High School, was named Georgia's top high school youth volunteer of 2013 by the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards. The 18-year-old student was joined by Piney Grove Middle School student Kelsey Hirsch, 13, of Cumming, with the top designation. As state honorees, Resnick and Hirsch each will receive $1,000, engraved silver medallions and all-expense-paid trips to Washington, D.C., where they will join 100 other top youth volunteers from across the United States for four days of national recognition events, according to a release by Prudential. Resnick was nominated for the award by Centennial High School in Roswell. He plays a leadership role in an organization that throws an annual …
Tuesday, November 20, 2012
The final banquet of the year takes the awards into the playoffs.
Tuesday, November 20, 2012
High school football players were honored Monday night, Nov. 19, by the North Fulton Forsyth Touchdown Club at its final Player of the Week Dinner for the 2012 season. High school athletes, their families and their coaches gathered at The Metropolitan Club to celebrate some of the best performances in high school football. The North Fulton Forsyth Touchdown Club recognized high school football players at its final Player of the Week Dinner of the 2012 season. The NFFTD Club welcomed former University of Georgia Bulldog and retired Army Colonel Michael Steele as he spoke to the players and their families. Buck Lanford emceed the event for the NFFTD Club again as the club honored players from schools all across the North Fulton and Forsyth …