Ashview Heights…. Beltline Garden

Ashview Heights is having a garden clean up. If any of your neighbors are interested in gardening please send them over. We will be the first edible gardens on the Beltline. Also let the youth know! We have teamed up with Booker T. Washington High School. Any BTW students coming out can use this for their community service requirements. Thursday we had a kick off with Atlanta Food Bank, EECOPAT, Suntrust and The Beltline check out the pictures www.facebook.com/ashview.heights. We are looking forward to a great future. Thank you all for your support!

 
Where: Ashview Garden (Holderness and Fenwood)
When: April 30, 2011 @ 8 am to 12 pm
see you there :0)
 
 
Larry Carter

What to do on the Westside…

Information provided by Cheryl Case

*Civil Rights Symposium (Major League Baseball): Tuesday, April 19th at 5pm*
Major League Baseball is hosting its annual Civil Rights Game in Atlanta this May with the Braves being the hosting participant. As part of the Civil Rights Game, there will be extensive educational outreach programs.
Tomorrow evening, there will be a college symposium panel discussion with Civil Rights icons and Major League Baseball executives. There will be networking opportunities immediately following the symposium.
Contact: Sherry L. Turner, Ph.D., Executive Director/CEO Atlanta University Center Consortium, Inc.
Phone: 404-523-5778
E-mail: sturner@aucenter.edu
 
*Zone 1 Grand Opening Celebration*
April 19th at 930 Sells Avenue (Ashley Collegetown Apartments) Apt 1002 from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. I hope you all can make it. I think there will be free food, yum 🙂

*Atlanta Workforce **Development Agency Job Fair*
TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 2011; 8:00 AM – 11:00 AM
In order to attend the AWDA Job Fair, first time participants must complete
an online AWDA application at:
www.Atlantaworkforce.org<http://www.atlantaworkforce.org/>

and attend one orientation, Monday, Wednesday or Thursday: from 8:30 AM until 3:00 PM
Attire is professional, please have resumes ready to present to employers
818 Pollard Blvd, SW, Atlanta, Georgia 30315
Contact: (404) 546-3000
 
*Ashview Heights Yard Sale*
In an effort to build community awareness and pride. In efforts to raise money for street toppers and trash cans we are having a community yard sale.
If you all have a chance please let your community know that we will be have a yard sale April 23, 2011 8 am to 2 pm. We are expecting any donations of clothing, shoes, cash, electronics or any other household items. To contact for more information and/or to make donations: phylletheone@gmail.com
 
*Year Up Program
Free IT Training for *18-24 year olds* who live in the DC/MD/VA,
Providence/Boston, San Francisco bay area, Chicago, New York City,and *
Atlanta.*
 
 
If you know anyone with a high school diploma or a GED who are between the ages of 18-24 yrs old and have an interest in IT and computers…Refer them to this site *http://www.yearup.org/* to learn more about this free program.
This program asks for a 1 year commitment between the hours of 8:30 am and 5:00 pm.
 
They provide the student with a stipend and after six months, internships at companies such as Freddie Mac and AOL to name a few. Check out the website: *www.yearup.org*
 
About Year UP:
 
Year Up is a one-year, intensive training program that provides urban young adults 18-24, with a unique combination of technical and professional skills, college credits, an educational stipend and corporate apprenticeship.
 
Year UP has achieved excellent results to date: 100% placement of qualified students into apprenticeships; 83%student retention; 90% of apprentices meet or exceed apprenticeship partner expectations; 87% of graduates placed in full or part-time positions within 4 months of graduation.

NPU-T Community Meeting Tonight!

Reminder:
Neighborhood Planning Unit-T
General Body meeting tonight at 7PM
Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club- 1191 Donnelly Ave (behind Krogers)

More info on NPU-T: http://www.NPUTAtlanta.org
Join the Google Group: http://groups.google.com/group/nput_members

Come out! Be informed! Participate! Make real decisions for our communities.

Nia Knowles
NPU-T, Chair
404-414-3289

Atlantans Together Anti-Crime Rally

Ok- did it feel like 26degrees out or what? It was FREEZING!  Although I’m glad we didn’t let that stop us!  It was cold, but my girls and I headed out to represent 🙂  The rally was a success and drew people from all over- Grant Park, College Park.. .. B.T.W. was shining;it was a wonderful way to end the day.

Atlantans Together Anti-Crime Rally

Date: Monday, February 23rd, 2009

Time: 5:00-7:00 pm

Where: McDonald’s Parking Lot of

Joseph E. Lowery BLVD/ MLK Jr. Dr.

ATAC’s Misson

ATAC is a single voice, promoting Atlanta efforts and bringing together organizations working towards a safer metropolitan area. By serving as a central informative resource, ATAC educates Atlanta citizens on crime in their neighborhoods and how they can be a part of the proactive force towards change and progress in urban safety

For more details please contact:

Jacook47@yahoo.com

www.atlantanstogether.org

Allow me the opportunity to help you with a Short-Sale…

Unfortuntly another friend has lost their home due to foreclosure.  I wish I would have known they were going  through this… I would have wanted to help with either assisting them obtain a Loan modification or via Short-Sale..

If you are facing Foreclosure- please allow me the opportunity to help you.  Email or call anytime: niaknowsrealty@yahoo.com and let’s begin the process and discuss your options. There is no cost to you for my services- my commission is earned AFTER the sale of your home and paid by the bank.  I work with a Real Estate attorney to give you the best possible service.

What’s a Short-Sale?

A short sale occurs when a property is sold and the lender agrees to accept a discounted payoff, meaning the lender will release the lien that is secured to the property upon receipt of less money than is actually owed.

Examples: If the unpaid balance of a loan is, say, $100,000 and a property sells for $90,000, under a short sale the lender might accept $90,000 as payment in full.