Virtual Rain Barrel January 30th

The rain barrel presentation hosted by the River Keepers is approx. 30 mins.  The flyer should indicate that the presentation is an hour. The agenda is as follows: – 15 minute grace period for late comers – Introduction– Presentation – Q&A– Give-a-ways– Thank You & Close Sign-up to receive the virtual meeting information here:

Vote: Your Voice, Your Choice!

The Be Proactive Early Voting Initiative is offering free bus rides to the polls during early voting. The buses are to transport voters to the State Farm Arena, where the wait time is very minimal. Early voting begins October 12 and ends October 30. To view the dates,times and locations of bus departures, click on […]

CHNA Meeting Minutes 10-1-2020

October 1, 2020        I.          Meeting called to order at 6:30 PM by Vice President Addie Calhoun in light of Pres. Powell absence.     II.         October meeting agenda was accepted; purpose statement read. Minutes were read.   III.        President’s Report was given by Ms. […]

2020 General Election Information

CALLING ALL VOTERS!!The Official National Election Day for the President of the United States and Congress made up of the  United States Senate and House of Representatives is Tuesday, November 3, 2020.This is also the date of election of State Senators and Representatives. Before we get to November, we have some major dates to observe and actions to complete.September 29, First Presidential […]

CHNA Meeting Minutes 9-3-2020

September 3, 2020        I.          Meeting called to order at 6:31 PM by President Rolanda Powell     II.         Motion made and approved to forgo reading of minutes; minutes will be posted online instead.   III.        President’s Report was given by Ms. Powell  A.  Ms. […]

Free Rain Garden Webinar & Grand Program

Stormwater runoff is an  environmental problems that exists in communities all over Atlanta, including Center Hill.  Stormwater runoff is precipitation that does not soak into the ground. When water runs off yards, streets and parking lots and into storm sewers it carries with it sediments that clog streams as well as chemicals that can render water […]

2020 Census: Be Counted

The deadline to complete the census is September 30th.  You can respond by phone, email or online. Census data will be used to decide where funds go. Community projects such as parks, roads, hospitals will benefit people of all ages. For every resident not counted, Georgia stands to lose $1,800 per person in federal support for programs. It’s […]

P-EBT Program for Families

The Georgia Division of Family & Children Services (DFCS) in partnership with the Georgia Department of Education (DOE) has launched an online application for the new Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) program. This program will provide extra help to families of children who would normally have received free or reduced school meals from March to […]