Archive for the ‘Center for Active Living’ Category
The theme of Older Americans Month 2020 is Make Your Mark. As we close out the month of May, ACCA would like to recognize Dr. Walter Allen Sr., a local trailblazer who has made his mark on the Athens community in a big way for over 50 years. Destined for […]
ACCA friends, We continue to think of our extended ACCA family during this time and miss seeing all of you! It’s important for you to stay informed, stay active and stay connected during this time you are at home. We have compiled a list of resources for you and your […]
Dear ACCA Friends, As the public health crisis emerged, we ensured that those we serve, those who are the most vulnerable to the covid-19 virus, will not be left behind. In 48 hours, we closed the majority of our programs and shifted our daily operations with an abundance of precaution, […]
Our newest issue of Connections is out! Click on the link below to learn more about the new event venues coming to Athens, the importance of the Census, ACCA’s upcoming retroProm and more! Click here to read our current issue.
In 2019, ACCA’s Center for Active Living received a generous grant from the Thanks Mom and Dad Fund to upgrade our audio/visual system. You could say our projector system dated back to the 20th century “stone ages”, with lots of wires and trip hazards, not to mention its share of […]
Click here to check out our latest issue of Connections! Learn about the latest financial scams targeting older adults, how to prepare for your future and all of the latest happenings at ACCA!
On Tuesday, December 10th, ACCA and Home Instead Senior Care hosted the 15th Annual Be A Santa to A Senior Program! Over 100 community volunteers came to help wrap over 3000 holiday presents for older adults in the Northeast Georgia area. Thank you to our wonderful community for being Santa to […]
TurkeyPalooza is an annual event that partners ACCA and the Office of Service Learning’s Campus Kitchen at UGA in providing a full thanksgiving meal to food insecure older adults. Thanks to your generous donations, we raised $14,345, exceeding our goal of $13,000 to provide over 1,300 Thanksgiving meals to older […]
ACCA held its annual meeting Monday afternoon where staff, community partners, and board members were recognized and thanked for their efforts in making 2019 a successful year for ACCA. This year’s theme, Stories of Us, told stories of the people that we serve, the innovative and impactful work that we […]
It’s National Senior Center Month! This September, Senior Centers nationally are celebrating “The Keys to Aging Well”. It’s no secret around here, ACCA believes everyone should have the opportunity to age well. At our Center for Active Living, we have several unique opportunities dedicated to keeping older adults active, independent […]