Today, the East Lake Foundation announced a $30,000 donation from the Greater Atlanta COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund, a joint effort from the Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta and United … Continue Reading →
East Lake Foundation: All East Lake Foundation staff will work remotely from home through Friday, June 12th. As of now, all ELF operations are expected to continue remotely as they … Continue Reading →
Support our East Lake COVID-19 Relief Fund Support the Drew Charter School Opportunity Fund East Lake Family YMCA Childcare Services YMCA sites across metro Atlanta are providing high-quality childcare services … Continue Reading →
49 promising entrepreneurs in the Clarkston, East Lake and Southside Atlanta communities have completed an extensive mentoring and business training program offered through the Goizueta Business School’s Start:Micro-Enterprise Accelerator Program … Continue Reading →
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The TOUR Championship today announced its support of the East Lake Foundation’s COVID-19 Relief Fund, which will aim to provide financial assistance to residents within The Villages of East Lake … Continue Reading →
Through collaboration amongst the PGA TOUR, Augusta National Golf Club, European Tour, LPGA, PGA of America, The R&A and USGA, several changes to the professional golf schedule were announced today. … Continue Reading →
They’ve had a while to let it sink in. The historic significance. The bond they’ll always share. Charles R. Drew Charter School in Southeast Atlanta, which last May became the first all-black high school team and first public school in the city to win the Georgia (public-school) state boys’ golf championship, opens defense of its title as the season begins this month. Optimism abounds.
SOURCE: PGA TOUR
The Charles R. Drew Charter School boys golf team made history in May when it became the first all-black high school team — and the first team from the Atlanta public school system — to win the Georgia state championship.
SOURCE: NBC News