Last Wednesday, October 10th, was National Walk to a Park day! Michael Halicki, Executive Director of Park Pride, shares this photo from Woodruff Park where staff from Park Pride and Trust for Public Land met up to mark the occasion.
Peggy shares: “Science and art come together at the University of North Georgia. Based on the Eastern Box Turtle, this recent work was produced as a collaboration between the UNG science and art departments. On the biology side, the turtles were tracked and studied in the field. On the art side, students and faculty created […]
Walk with the Consultant in July: 88 degrees and humid, but that didn’t stop us from taking the 250,000th step for nonprofit fundraising consulting! (FREE!) #MonthlyWalks4Years! #KingofPops! Our walkers are new to development, so we talked about breaking into the field. We referenced Jason Lewis’ new book, the War for Fundraising Talent. There are not enough qualified […]
Thank you to Amy Wenk for capturing these great photos of Maria Saporta at the Atlanta Rotary meeting today. Maria says “I was totally surprised by the honor. Rotary is such an important institution in Atlanta, and it humbles me that the organization recognized me with it’s first “Atlanta Hero” award. The comments by John […]
Maria’s son, David Saporta Luse, shared these photos from today’s Rotary Club of Atlanta meeting where they surprised Maria with the first ever “Atlanta Hero Award.” The SaportaReport team is so proud of our fearless leader! Her hard work and dedication to civic journalism sets her apart from the rest. Congratulations Maria!
John R Naugle was at the KING Center’s 50th Anniversary event on June 26th and captured these wonderful images of the celebration. Dr. King’s big sister, Dr. Christine King Farris, was in attendance on the exact 50th Anniversary in the founding of the KING Center. It was especially fantastic that Dr. Bernice A. King highlighted Gandhi’s influence (and […]
Herbariums are cool! If you haven’t heard of one yet, you are likely to soon. University of North Georgia seniors Samantha Shea, left, and Katie Horton are working together on creating a herbarium at UNG. A herbarium is a core collection of dried plant specimens mounted, labeled and filed in an organized way. Horton is tasked with organizing and […]