The Gpp Foundation is a Mechanicsville-based nonprofit that is seeking to positively impact people’s lives in the community. Gpp Foundation has launched a faith-based initiative called The Mechanicsville Project which aims to support residents by offering to help community members an opportunity to learn job skills from trained volunteers. In support of this initiative, they […]
Introducing your 2017 Mechanicsville Civic Association Board! Jane Ridley, President Jason S. Dozier, Vice President Ocie Fulford, Parliamentarian Deborah Arnold, Secretary Geoffrey Grice, Treasurer Doristine Samuel, Chaplain Steve Moss, Communications Chair Congratulations everyone!
The 4th Annual NPU-V Community Forum is coming! Please join us as we discuss the critical issues that are affecting our neighborhoods. We are proud to announce that Nathaniel Smith from the Partnership for Southern Equity will be our guest speaker. Breakfast and hot lunch will also be served at this event! Date: December 3rd, […]
If you missed the Turner Field Community Benefits Coalition’s screening of My Brooklyn earlier this month, then you have another chance to catch a screening. The Fulton Atlanta Community Action Authority is hosting a screening at the end of the month. My Brooklyn is a documentary about Director Kelly Anderson’s personal journey, as a Brooklyn […]
City makes housing affordable in Mechanicsville Low-income residents looking for affordable housing in Atlanta got a boost recently with the construction of new homes in Mechanicsville. Builders Summech Community Development Corporation and Columbia Residential teamed up with the city and the state of Georgia to construct 66 single family homes and renovate eight existing houses […]
Unfortunately we have some sad news to report–our neighbor, Ms. Eva Perdue succumbed to a long struggle with cancer on Friday, September 30, 2016. Ms. Perdue was a long-standing community member and was also one of the daughters of Mr. Moody, the founder and first president of the Mechanicsville Civic Association. Ms. Perdue is survived […]
Special thanks to our neighbors Charlotte LoPrete and Raquel Jackson, along with the fine folks at Steele Technology Partners. Without them, this would not have been possible.