Collaborative Meeting 8:30am THIS Friday, September 25 @ First Presbyterian Cartersville – Networking meeting (bring business cards and information) – Light breakfast provided by Crosspoint City Church
DUCKS AND DOGS
Tuesday, September 22 from 10am – 7pm at Friendship Plaza in Downtown Cartersville. Come get a Free Hot Dog with Duck purchase tomorrow! Proceeds help Advocates for Children.
2015 ADVOCATES FOR CHILDREN DUCK DERBY & DUCK DASH
Saturday, October 3 at Terminus Wake Park part of the Lakepoint Sporting Community. Enjoy activities including Food Trucks, Bounce Houses, Concert, Beer/Wine Tasting from 11am until 4pm. Duck pluck is at 2pm. Whoever adopted the first duck plucked will win $10,000 with a chance to win $1 MILLION. Adopt your duck(s) today at www.duckderbycartersville.com or Text ‘AdvoChild’ to 243725. Also taking place on the morning of Saturday, October 3 runners will take off at the Cartersville Primary School for the 11th annual Duck Dash 5k and Fun Run. Onsite registration begins at 7am with the start of the race at 8am. Runners are encouraged to preregister at AdvoChild.org to ensure receiving a T-shirt.
Empty Bowls Project to help Backpack Buddies
On Sunday, September 27 from noon until 2:30pm at the Cartersville Civic Center enjoy food from 10 of the area’s best restaurants as well as great entertainment all to benefit a great cause. $20 (cash or check payable to Bartow Collaborative) gains you entry into the event as well as a handmade ceramic bowl. Tickets are available at the Rose Lawn Arts Festival, Spring Place Pottery, Cartersville Schools Central Office or your local school counselor’s office. For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call Maria Hoffman at 770-387-4723.
Starting this Sunday, September 27, The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) in Rome is hosting FAMILY-TO-FAMILY , a free, 11-week course for adults who have a family member who struggles with Mental Illness. The class meets 2-4:30 PM at 1 Woodbine Ave., Rome 30165. Interested? Call Bonnie at 706-506-8314 for more information and registration.
Empower & Lead: Family, Schools & Community Engagement Conference will be held Saturday, October 3, 2015 at Georgia Highlands Campus in Cartersville from 9am-3pm. This conference will involve all families from Pre-K up to high school in the county of Bartow. If your organization would like to present, share information, or sponsor please contact Annabel Rodriguez-Romero at 770-387-4732 or email email@example.com.
Tranquility House 19th Annual Golf Tournament
On October 2, 2015 @ Woodland Hills Golf Club. Registration is at 8am, Tee off at 9am. Sponsorships are still available. Call 770-386-8093 for more information.
SOUL SISTAS RUNAVERSARY 5K
On October 10 at Sam Smith Park, Soul Sistas Run will host a 5K run/walk. Registration begins at 7am and the run/walk starts at 8am. Race fee is $25 and includes a commemorative t-shirt. Register online at www.soulsistasrun.org
DFCS is hosting a series of Town Hall meetings around the state. The next meeting in our region on October 15th from 5:30 – 7:30 at the Floyd County Health Department – 16 East 12th Street Rome Ga 30161. Mark your calendars. More information to come.
SMALL BRIDGES Adventure Trek
October 24, 2015 starting at Louie’s Cafe – 1:30pm to approximately 6:00pm. Questions please contact Denise Hutchinson, President @ firstname.lastname@example.org or Jenn Wake, Secretary/Treasurer @ email@example.com. Website is smallbridges.org – raising adoption awareness and providing financial assistance to Christian families seeking to adopt.
Bartow Recreation Department Fall Festival at Hamilton Crossing Park on October 31st. We invite all churches, businesses, and non-profits that would like to come and set up a booth to hand out candy or set up games for the children. This is all free of charge to the participants as well as no cost to set up a booth. We have had a very large turn-out the last few years. Contact Eddie Chastain for more information at 770-387-5149.
Bartow College and Career Academy
A Welding Class will be offered at the Bartow County College and Career Academy this fall on Tuesday nights. The deadline to apply is October 2nd. Please contact Leigh Foster 770-529-2331 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Highland Rivers is seeking a C&A Program Manager. Minimum Training & Experience:
Georgia Licensed LPC, LCSW or LMFT AND Three years of experience in the provision of therapeutic services with at least one year in supervisory role. Preferred Qualifications:
Experience with C&A Services, budget management skills, and strong communication skills. Submit resume and cover letter by email or FAX: 706-270-5129 email@example.com
The Atlanta Community Food Bank is hiring for a Mobile Benefits Screener! This person will be based out of Northwest Georgia (Polk, Paulding, Floyd, Bartow, Cherokee, and Cobb Counties) doing direct client outreach. For more information contact Jolene Glenn firstname.lastname@example.org.= You can apply at http://acfb.org/careers.
Highland Rivers is seeking a Supported Employment & Community Integration Manager
Self-motivated, energetic person to manage pre-vocational, supported employment, and community access services for individuals who have an Intellectual and Developmental Disability (IDD). Person must be creative, able to network, and able to create curriculum to teach daily and employment skills. Will be responsible for developing and overseeing job coaching duties. Must be willing to look for the best in individuals and figure out what their employment abilities are. Will be responsible for integrating individuals with IDD into the community through work opportunities, volunteer opportunities, and personal engagements. Submit resume and cover letter by email or FAX: 706-270-5129 email@example.com
United Way of Bartow County has 1st annual Covered Bridge Zombie Run October 17th!! Discount for students and faculty through October 5th
The United Way of Bartow County is having its first annual Covered Bridge ZOMBIE RUN on Saturday October 17th. In hopes to get lots of students and faculty involved, and to increase participation while raising money for a great cause, we are offering a registration fee of $25 to all students and faculty!!! That means anyone of any age that is enrolled in any school or works for any school can get the discounted price if registered by October 5th!!!
Please make announcements and share this notice to let students and faculty know that they can print the form out from our website at www.bartowliveunited.org . All the students or school staff has to do is write the school they work or attend at under the registration area on the left hand side of the form and along with the $25 payment mail it in to P.O. Box 1264, Cartersville Ga, 30120.
The race is the same day as the “Covered Bridge Fall Festival” ( details of festival below) The first heat of the race starts at 4:30 p.m. at the Woodland Middle School in Historic Ehuarlee Georgia. This is a 5K so they will start at the Woodland Middle school football field and run a course around the churches cemeteries, baseball field, across the historic bridge, through the woods and end up back at the football field all while being chased by blood thirsty Zombies.
Here are the details of the Covered Bridge Fall Festival and we hope you come out for both events!!!
Saturday, October 17th
Festival and Live Entertainment
The City of Euharlee hosts the annual Covered Bridge Fall Festival at Frankie Harris Park. This festival is a well-known, well attended event in Bartow County.
The festival weekend includes a Friday night concert, 60+ arts and crafts vendors, food vendors, free kids’ activities, live entertainment throughout the day, and prizes.
Sponsorships for the festival go towards supporting the three tenets of the city; historic preservation, recreation and conservation. The fall festival encourages all three of the tenets.
- Historic Preservation: Encourages people to visit the city’s historic properies.
- Recreation: The Covered Bridge Fall Festival provides good, old-fashioned family fun while showcasing some of Euharlee’s tourist attractions, natural resources (such as Euharlee Creek and the Etowah River), and beautiful parks.
- Conservation: Coincides with A. Most of the settlements that have happened here over the last few hundred years have been because of the access to the natural water resources that surround the city. The Covered Bridge Fall Festival helps regional tourists experience and appreciate the natural and historic setting of the city.