Monthly Archives: May 2017

Action Ministries to Launch Sixth Year of Smart Lunch, Smart Kid

Next week Action Ministries will officially launch the sixth year of Smart Lunch, Smart Kid, the organization’s nutrition and educational enrichment opportunity program for Georgia’s kids, reported the North Georgia United Methodist Conference in its weekly update. Created to help

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New CEO Named at Action Ministries

The Board of Directors of Action Ministries announced today that S. Kelley Henderson is the new Chief Executive Officer of the Georgia nonprofit. Henderson has served most recently as interim President and CEO, and he was Chief Operating Officer for the

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Smart Lunch, Smart Kid Addresses Child Food Insecurity for Sixth Summer

Action Ministries is launching the sixth year of Smart Lunch, Smart Kid, the organization’s nutrition and educational enrichment opportunity program for Georgia’s kids, on May 30, 2017. Created to help 1 million children who are at risk of hunger when school’s

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Action Ministries to Launch Sixth Year of Smart Lunch, Smart Kid

ATLANTA – May 2017 –Action Ministries announced that they will launch the sixth year of Smart Lunch, Smart Kid, the organization’s nutrition and educational enrichment opportunity program for Georgia’s kids, on May 30. Created to help 1 million children who

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Newton Federal Bank Sticks It to Hunger this Summer, June 1-30

Did you know that during the summer months, nearly 1 million Georgia children could go hungry because they don’t have access to school meals? Newton Federal Bank is partnering with Action Ministries to end hunger for children in Newton County this summer. A

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Have Books to Donate? Smart Kid Kicks Off in Atlanta June 5

This summer, the Women’s Community Kitchen in Atlanta is launching the Smart Kid Summer Enrichment program. Smart Kid will focus on literacy, physical and emotional fitness and STEAM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) for low-income and homeless families to prevent

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Adult Education Classes Offered Free of Charge

Action Ministries, Newton County Community Partnership and Newton READS have partnered together with Georgia Piedmont Technical College (GPTC) to provide free Adult Basic Education/GED classes, The Covington News reported on May 1. The classes take place at two separate locations

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