Monthly Archives: October 2012

2012 Annual Video

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Thank You Georgia Square Cinemas

On September 23, Georgia Theater Company’s local theater, Georgia Square Cinemas hosted the 9th Annual Film and Food for a Cause.  The proceeds from this event were split between the Athens Community Council on Aging, the United Way of Northeast … Continue reading

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Athens Senior Resources Network Donates $2000 to ACCA

On Thursday, October 11, 2012, the Athens Senior Resources Network presented the Athens Community Council on Aging (ACCA) a donation of $2,000 at the organization’s annual Health Fair.  The donation will be used to provide four scholarships to the Athens … Continue reading

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Squashing Senior Hunger

ACCA is so excited about the first OFFICIAL Campus Kitchen at UGA meal going out today to some of our clients!! Look at this great spread of grilled chicken, roasted sweet potatoes, fresh fruit, green salad, wheat roll and a … Continue reading

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Campus Kitchen Becomes the First in Georgia

40% of food in America is wasted every year, yet 1 out of 6 people are hungry or at risk of hunger.  That number increases to 1 in 5 in Athens, GA.  Campus Kitchen at UGA is doing something about … Continue reading

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ACCA Gets $200 from Heyward Allen Motors

Ken Taylor from Heyward Allen Motor Company presented Jennie Deese, CEO/President of ACCA, a check for $200.  ACCA and Heyward Allen are community partners with a mutually beneficial partnership.  If an employee, Athens Area Village member, or Center for Active … Continue reading

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