The Central Georgia EMC Foundation Board (Operation Round-Up Program) approved Funds to purchase computers, software, and hotspots. We are thankful for their assistance in furthering along our work efforts in the community!
Mosaic celebrates National Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month every year throughout the month of March. This observance reminds us to recognize people with disabilities as who they are and what they can do, not just as a person with a disability.
The Atlanta Community Food Bank awarded GARC participants and staff member Annie Zellner a Certificate of Appreciation in recognition of their excellent coordination of the impeccable service received at the Salvation Army - Griffin Food Pantry.
On Wednesday, August 27, 2014 there was a Celebration Ceremony on the front lawn of the GARC. Mary Fitzhugh, co-founder of the GARC shared with guests the history and incredible beginnings of the organization. A Kwanzan Cherry Tree and stone bench were dedicated during the ceremony. The bench is engraved with the names of people who made a huge impact in the life of the organization. Those names are Mrs. Alice Hardin, who carried out the day to day operations of the GARC, Mrs. Esther Kirkland and Mrs. Mitzie Mills who were instrumental in establishing a greenhouse at the GARC and Mr. Collier Goff “Bo” Jackson, who was honored for his life as well as keeping everyone’s vision focused on the mission of the GARC.