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Hart County

Archway Partnership supports Bring Your Own Technology in Schools Hart County Schools Superintendent Jerry Bell and Hart County High School Principal Kevin Gaines expressed interest in partnering with the Hart County Archway Partnership to plan for a Bring Your Own Technology (BYOT) initiative in late 2012. The two saw the importance of incorporating technology into the classroom to help engage students in learning and seeking out...

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Whitfield County

Weaving new ideas about the carpet industry http://www.terry.uga.edu/spotlights/students/charles-simpson.html By Chris Starrs (ABJ ’82) Charles Simpson has undergraduate degrees in political science and economics, had thoughts of going to law school, then worked at an ad agency in Birmingham and is about to finish his MBA degree at Terry College. But even with the array of credentials and experience he’s already compiled as a...

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Hart County

Helping to Develop Tourism Marketing in Hart County The Gum Branch Megaramp Facility on Lake Hartwell was funded through the State of Georgia’s Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Go Fish Georgia initiative in partnership with the City of Hartwell and Hart County Government. In the summer of 2009, The City of Hartwell and Hart County Government requested assistance from Hart County Archway to identify a resource to develop a...

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Pulaski County

Leadership Development in Hawkinsville and Pulaski County   Over the past year, the Archway Partnership in Hawkinsville and Pulaski County has worked to address a local priority of developing additional energetic and motivated leaders. In late 2009, the University of Georgia’s Fanning Institute conducted a series of trainings to help community members to design a leadership development program and to train individuals who would...

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Glynn County

Glynn County Disaster Communications Kit Though few people like to count on a disaster coming, citizens often rely on their local leaders to have a plan in place in case tragedy does strike. To help Glynn County leaders communicate to citizens during tropical storms and other crisis situations, the Archway Partnership enlisted the aid of UGA Masters of Public Administration (MPA) graduate student, Amanda Hampton, to develop a disaster...

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Sumter County

Sumter County Revitalizing the Eastview Cemetery Sumter County Revitalizing the Eastview Cemetery Two UGA College of Environment and Design students have been creating a design plan to revitalize the historic Eastview Cemetery. Neglected grave stones fade and sink into the ground and exposed ditches make it hard for visitors to navigate the cemetery as they visit the departed. Looking to historic cemeteries in other cities, these...

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