TOUR Championship officials and the PGA TOUR announced today the creation of the ‘Golf With A Purpose’ Charity Challenge, a televised nine-hole charity exhibition to benefit the East Lake Foundation … Continue Reading →
They met dignitaries, received rings, got semi-famous. But Solomon Dobbs’ wild ride as a member of the Charles R. Drew Charter School squad that won the Georgia Class A boys’ golf championship in 2019 – the first all-Black high school team and first public school in Atlanta to do so – is over.
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With most metro area schools returning to virtual learning this fall, STEAM (which stands for science, technology, engineering, arts and math) education is even more vital. The state and Atlanta area are home to several STEAM-certified schools that are gearing up for the challenge.
SOURCE: Atlanta Business Chronicle
This year, the TOUR Championship will be celebrating the 20th playing of the event at East Lake Golf Club in Atlanta, GA. To commemorate this milestone, we’ll be diving back into the archives for some of the greatest moments, records, winners and statistics.
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Today, the East Lake Foundation is celebrating National Intern Day as it completes its summer program in partnership with Bank of America. For the eighth year, East Lake hosted Bank … Continue Reading →
Today, the Harlem Children’s Zone (HCZ) has announced a $2 million grant through The Audacious Project to support COVID-19 relief and recovery efforts in Atlanta. Purpose Built Communities will receive … Continue Reading →
East Lake Foundation: Due to the rising number of COVID-19 cases in Georgia, and specifically city of Atlanta, the East Lake Foundation office reclosed its office on Tuesday, July 7th. … Continue Reading →
Bank of America today announced that the five Atlanta high school juniors and seniors selected as Student Leaders (#BofAStudentLeaders) have started their paid summer internship experience of leadership, civic engagement, … Continue Reading →
Tournament officials announced today that out of an abundance of caution due to the continuously changing dynamics of the COVID-19 pandemic, the TOUR Championship will be played without spectators at East Lake Golf Club over Labor Day weekend, Sept. 4-7.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti is receiving considerable criticism for his decision to reduce police funding by $150 million. Actually, he is onto something, and he is not the only one. If cities want to reduce crime, we should invest in solutions that actually accomplish that goal.
SOURCE: Atlanta Journal Constitution