Tuesday, February 26, 2013
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Tuesday, February 26
Front Office Emory-Adventist Hospital in Smyrna has a front office opening. Minimum job requirements include: Click here to apply online. Program Assistant The City of Acworth Parks and Recreation Department is now accepting applications for the Acworth Achievers Program Assistant. This position will be responsible for assisting the Acworth Achievers Mentoring and Afterschool Program. You can submit your cover letter, resume and application via fax at 770-966-7891, email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or in person at 4762 Logan Road, Acworth. Click here to view the job description. For more information, contact Frank White at email@example.com or call 770-917-1234.
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
They attended an Atlanta Hawks game.
Tuesday, January 29
Atlanta Hawks forward-guard Kyle Korver and his foundation gave participants of the Acworth Achievers Mentoring and After School Program tickets to the Dec. 22 game against the Chicago Bulls. The game included a surprise halftime performance by rapper and actor T.I.
Sunday, January 27, 2013
Drop off new and gently used clothes and shoes at various locations across the city.
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Sunday, January 27
The Acworth Achievers program, which offers free tutoring and recreational activities to middle and high school students throughout the year, has teamed up with Goodwill to collect new and gently used clothes and shoes. The clothes and shoes will be resold to help fund Goodwill’s Job Training and Placement Program, which assists persons with disabilities and other disadvantages. The Acworth Achievers and Goodwill encourage everyone to drop off their donations at collection bins at Acworth City Hall, Acworth Parks and Recreation Department and the Acworth Police Department. Editor's note: This was written by Acworth Parks, Recreation and Community Development recreation coordinator Frank White.
Wednesday, January 2, 2013
The goal of Acworth Achievers is to aid the participants in developing positive and more advantageous habits for their future.
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Wednesday, January 2
The Acworth Parks and Recreation Department’s Acworth Achievers Mentoring and After School Program accepts new participants year round. The program provides participants educational assistance through tutoring, free internet access for school assignments, engaging recreational activities, adult guidance and encouragement through mentorship. The program meets every Tuesday and Thursday from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Robert School Community and Education Center located at 4681 School Street in Acworth. The goal of Acworth Achievers is to aid the participants in developing positive and more advantageous habits for their future. For more information, please visit www.acworthachievers.com or call Frank White at 770-917-1234. Editor's note: This …
Friday, August 10, 2012
Hawks Legend Dominique Wilkins and Harry the Hawk celebrated the opening of the new Reading and Learning Zone with the Acworth community.
Former Atlanta Hawks All-Star Dominique Wilkins along with Harry the Hawk came to Acworth Thursday and celebrated the opening of the new Reading and Learning Zone with Acworth youths and the community. Last month, the Atlanta Hawks selected the Acworth Achievers Mentoring and After School Program as the winner of this year’s $10,000 Atlanta Hawks Reading and Learning Zone Makeover, sponsored by Philips as part of the Hawks Read to Achieve program. The new Reading and Learning Zone at the Roberts School Community Education Center includes new books, an upgrade to the interior finishes and furniture decorated with Hawks Branding and décor in an effort to make the new space a fun, motivational and valuable environment for Acworth students. …
Tuesday, July 10, 2012
The Acworth after school program is the winner of the 2012 Atlanta Hawks Reading and Learning Zone Makeover.
Tuesday, July 10, 2012
The Atlanta Hawks have announced Acworth Achievers Mentoring and After School Program as the winner of this year’s $15,000 Atlanta Hawks Reading and Learning Zone Makeover, sponsored by Philips as part of the Hawks Read to Achieve program. Construction on the space will begin this month, with completion slated for mid-August as school resumes. “The Atlanta Hawks Reading and Learning Zone grant is a way for us to transform centers of learning and strengthen our commitment to education in communities where our fans live, work and play,” said Bob Williams, President of Atlanta Hawks and Philips Arena. “It is gratifying to be able to provide the opportunity for our young people to get excited about learning in a brand new, uniquely designed …