Check it out!!! A huge thank you to all of you who helped make yesterday’s million dollar celebration a success! The Ark has reached 1 million dollars in emergency financial assistance to the community,and we are already on our way to our next million. We could not have done it without you! And thanks to all of those who stopped by yesterday to show their support of the Ark. We love you!
Click on the link below to view pictures from the event via ABH:
Thanks to our sponsors who donated $ and/or goodies: Thrivent Financial, Elwood & Goetz Wealth Advisory Group, LLC, Jittery Joe’s Coffee, First United Methodist Cornerstone SS Class, Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Athens, First Presbyterian, Milledge Avenue Baptist Church, Chapelwood United Methodist Church, & Emmanuel Episcopal.
You guys ROCK!
~Lucy and Stephanie, The Ark United Ministry Outreach Center
The Ark has reached 1 million dollars in financial assistance to the community! Check out our “Million Dollar Video” below and join us next Tuesday at the Ark at 4 PM to celebrate “Ark Day” as it is proclaimed by Mayor Denson, tour our facility, and pick up some goodies as our way of saying THANKS A MILLION for all your support over the last 26 years!!!
Terry Kay Writing Class and Workshop
To benefit The Ark United Ministry Outreach Center
“Tricks to Writing: How to Keep it Simple”
Thursday, October 1st
Central Presbyterian Church / Fellowship Hall
380 Alps Rd / Athens, Georgia
$75.00 per person (proceeds to benefit The Ark)
*light refreshments provided by Heirloom Cafe*
This workshop, conducted by Georgia Hall of Fame writer, Terry Kay, is designed to emphasize basic techniques used in all fields of writing, from fiction to memoir, screenplays to poetry, emails to annual reports, business letters to church bulletins. Kay will share his concept of the DNA of writing, his use of outline, and his list of do’s and don’ts, regardless of genre.
RSVP with payment to: The Ark 640A Barber St. / Athens, GA / 30601 or pay with credit card by phone: (706) 353-3530
An Athens resident, Kay has conducted numerous seminars on writing during his 50-year career as a journalist, screenwriter, and novelist. He is a four-time Author of the Year by the Georgia Writers Association. Three of his novels, including the classic To Dance with the White Dog, have been produced as Hallmark Hall of Fame movies. (www.terrykay.com)