Tag Archives: Athens

October 21, 2016

UGA Student Chapter of Habitat Is Homecoming Parade Winner

This past Friday, the 14th, we participated in the UGA Homecoming Parade alongside our affiliate student chapter at UGA- and WON the float contest! Doug Carver, our Director of Construction, headed the construction of our beautiful float. Doug spends his days working with our 3 German exchange workers who are working with us for the Read More

November 20, 2014

Partner Spotlight: SmartCare Urgent Care

Athens Smartcare Urgent Care was drawn to Athens by the great vibrant community. Being Urgent Care, their goal is to be doctors when you need them. They have a walk in clinic that serves any need you have whether you have insurance or not, all at an affordable price. Smartcare supports affordable housing because they Read More

November 17, 2014

Two New Home Dedications Just in Time for Thanksgiving!

November, 18th, 2014 (Athens, GA) — Athens Area Habitat for Humanity will hold two dedication ceremonies the week of Thanksgiving to celebrate the completion of two new Habitat homes. The first ceremony and official key exchange to new homeowner, Kamika Fambrough takes place on Monday, November 24th, 2014 at 5:30 p.m. at 100 Redfern Circle Read More

November 12, 2014

Partner Spotlight: 3tree Realty

3tree Realty is a boutique Real Estate firm specializing in residential and commercial real estate and property management founded by Ceci Churchwell in 2010. 3tree Realty’s goal is to be a one-stop shop for all our clients’ real estate needs.  They represent both buyers and sellers in all types of real estate transactions.  3tree Realty Read More

October 14, 2014

7th Annual JJFCC and 5K+ Success! Saturday Was a Great Day for a Ride and Run!

We had a fantastic turn out for the 7th Annual Jittery Joe’s Fall Classic Century and 5K+ this Saturday! The Jittery Joe’s Tasting Room at 425 Barber Street was a perfect new location for the festivities and aside from some unexpected heat the weather was beautiful. Over 200 folks rode and ran, raising thousands of Read More