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Archway Partnership The Archway Partnership connects communities across GA to resources at UGA based on locally-identified needs. The Archway Partnership connects communities across Georgia to the knowledge, expertise and other resources at the University of Georgia.
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The community determines the needs and Archway facilitates identification of faculty and students with expertise and similar interest.

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05/05/2021
BUSINESS MANAGER III

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Works directly with Director of unit and assists in managing and controlling the accounting, budgeting, auditing and other financial or related functions to ensure financial integrity of the unit. Incumbent also directs and coordinates HR, personnel and operational matters. Financial management has....

"Community leaders recognize Archway as one of the first stops when seeking resources to address community issues,” said...
05/03/2021
With the help of UGA students, Moultrie embraces transit - UGA Archway Partnership

"Community leaders recognize Archway as one of the first stops when seeking resources to address community issues,” said Chip Blalock, chair of the Colquitt County Archway Partnership executive committee. “That kind of relationship is why we have been partners with Archway and UGA for so long and hope to keep the relationship going for many years.” #ugapartners City of Moultrie - Government Moultrie Chamber

When most people think of public transportation they envision populous, metropolitan areas. Not Moultrie, Georgia. But when local residents started missing doctor’s appointments, were routinely late for work and many had to depend on other people to get where they... Full story

It looks fantastic! Great work by the team from Lamar Dodd School of Art #ugapartners
04/30/2021

It looks fantastic! Great work by the team from Lamar Dodd School of Art #ugapartners

Great work by the Archway team in Hart County! #ugapartners
04/30/2021

Great work by the Archway team in Hart County! #ugapartners

Promoting agritourism in Hart, Franklin, and Stephens counties is an ongoing focus for the Hart County Archway Partnership. That's why the Public Service and Outreach unit recently hosted a webinar promoting the Georgia Grown program from the Georgia Department of Agriculture.

🌾 Read more: https://t.uga.edu/6Tz

A big thanks to the Terry College of Business and their team of MBA students who spent the semester working on ways to i...
04/29/2021

A big thanks to the Terry College of Business and their team of MBA students who spent the semester working on ways to improve tracking the impact of Archway projects. They presented their findings last week and we look forward to incorporating their results into our projects and communities! #ugapartners

A big thanks to the Terry College of Business and their team of MBA students who spent the semester working on ways to improve tracking the impact of Archway projects. They presented their findings last week and we look forward to incorporating their results into our projects and communities! #ugapartners

Thomson has unveiled the new painted guitars around town. Honoring Thomson legend Blind Willie McTell, the guitars are p...
04/27/2021

Thomson has unveiled the new painted guitars around town. Honoring Thomson legend Blind Willie McTell, the guitars are painted and sponsored by groups and businesses across McDuffie County. This guitar is in front of the Archway offices and there are many more to see around town! #ugapartners Thomson-McDuffie Chamber of Commerce Visit Thomson GA

Thomson has unveiled the new painted guitars around town. Honoring Thomson legend Blind Willie McTell, the guitars are painted and sponsored by groups and businesses across McDuffie County. This guitar is in front of the Archway offices and there are many more to see around town! #ugapartners Thomson-McDuffie Chamber of Commerce Visit Thomson GA

04/22/2021

Congratulations to the five winners of the 2021 Walter B. Hill Award from Public Service and Outreach! Representing colleges and units from across the University of Georgia, all five of these recipients have spent their careers working to improve the lives of people in Georgia and beyond.

🏆 Carolina Darbisi — senior public service faculty member and assistant director for research and evaluation at the UGA Fanning Institute for Leadership.

🏆 Leigh Askew Elkins — senior public service associate with the Planning and Environmental Policy Program at the UGA Carl Vinson Institute of Government.

🏆 Keri Gandy Hobbs — UGA Extension 4-H specialist with the UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.

🏆 Mark Lupo — senior public service associate / business education & resilience specialist with the University of Georgia Small Business Development Center.

🏆 David Tanner — associate director of state services and support with the UGA Carl Vinson Institute of Government.

▶️ Read more about the winners: t.uga.edu/6Wx

Congratulations to our great friends in the McDuffie County School System! #ugapartner
04/21/2021
2021 Magna Awards: First Place

Congratulations to our great friends in the McDuffie County School System! #ugapartner

School districts both small and large across the country are removing barriers for their historically underserved students. The 2021 Magna Awards celebrates and highlights their successes.

A big welcome to the new Cairo-Grady County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Jennifer Jarvis! The Cairo|Grady Cham...
04/16/2021

A big welcome to the new Cairo-Grady County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Jennifer Jarvis! The Cairo|Grady Chamber has been a great Archway partner for a long time and we look forward to working with Jennifer! #ugapartners

A big welcome to the new Cairo-Grady County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Jennifer Jarvis! The Cairo|Grady Chamber has been a great Archway partner for a long time and we look forward to working with Jennifer! #ugapartners

South Georgia Leads has just named Grady County Archway Professional Whitney Brannen as a new member of its Board of Dir...
04/15/2021

South Georgia Leads has just named Grady County Archway Professional Whitney Brannen as a new member of its Board of Directors! Congratulations Whitney! South Georgia LEADS #ugapartners

South Georgia Leads has just named Grady County Archway Professional Whitney Brannen as a new member of its Board of Directors! Congratulations Whitney! South Georgia LEADS #ugapartners

“Because of this work, we hope to work with a number of these local news organizations again next year, and Digital Nati...
04/14/2021
Archway helping to boost local newspaper - UGA Archway Partnership

“Because of this work, we hope to work with a number of these local news organizations again next year, and Digital Natives will use the Archway network again to make sure communities and editors/publishers know about the great benefits of this opportunity to increase their digital presence for their local audiences,” said Amanda Bright, from Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Georgia. #ugapartners The Hartwell Sun

https://www.archwaypartnership.uga.edu/archway-helping-to-boost-local-newspaper/

With limited resources for local journalists and small-town newspapers, it can be difficult to provide the kind of training in digital tools that is increasingly required in today’s news environment. The Digital Natives program at the University of Georgia is... Full story

Members of the Rotary Club of Moultrie recently looked over plans designed by UGA College of Environment and Design Mast...
04/13/2021

Members of the Rotary Club of Moultrie recently looked over plans designed by UGA College of Environment and Design Masters of Landscape Architecture student David Evans. Evans created the plans to beautify the Teen Center campus but also incorporate a multipurpose outdoor classroom. #ugapartners

A very big welcome to new faces in Griffin+Spalding! Keith Simmons started as the new superintendent on March 1 and Jess...
04/08/2021

A very big welcome to new faces in Griffin+Spalding!

Keith Simmons started as the new superintendent on March 1 and Jessica O’Connor started as the new city manager this month. Archway is very fortunate to have The Griffin-Spalding County School System, Griffin GA and The City of Griffin as great partners in Griffin+Spalding and we look forward to working with Mr. Simmons and Ms. O’Connor. #ugapartners Griffin/Spalding Chamber of Commerce

Colquitt County is working on unifying its story through branding. This will help the community highlight assets and imp...
04/07/2021

Colquitt County is working on unifying its story through branding. This will help the community highlight assets and improve marketability to industry leaders, medical professionals, educators, tourism, etc. among many other things.

Kaitlin Messich and Allison Cape from the UGA Carl Vinson Institute of Government presented their work to the Steering Committee last week as the community hones in on the final product for Moultrie and Colquitt County! Moultrie Chamber #ugapartners

Colquitt County is working on unifying its story through branding. This will help the community highlight assets and improve marketability to industry leaders, medical professionals, educators, tourism, etc. among many other things.

Kaitlin Messich and Allison Cape from the UGA Carl Vinson Institute of Government presented their work to the Steering Committee last week as the community hones in on the final product for Moultrie and Colquitt County! Moultrie Chamber #ugapartners

A great opportunity for community leaders interested in innovation and new ideas! Application deadline is April 30 and t...
04/07/2021

A great opportunity for community leaders interested in innovation and new ideas!

Application deadline is April 30 and there is an informational meeting on April 14. #ugapartners

Applications are now open for our 2nd annual Innovations in Community Leadership Initiative. Through this program, we’re partnering with communities and organizations across Georgia to implement bold new ideas for building stronger communities through leadership development. Learn more and apply at https://www.fanning.uga.edu/programs/icli/

Rock the Block on HGTV watchers may have noticed a familiar face this season. Former Archway grad assistant and now foun...
04/06/2021

Rock the Block on HGTV watchers may have noticed a familiar face this season. Former Archway grad assistant and now founder/designer at ServeScape made some appearances as they provided the landscaping for the gorgeous homes in Paulding County!

Great job Mario! #ugapartners #RockTheBlock

Rock the Block on HGTV watchers may have noticed a familiar face this season. Former Archway grad assistant and now founder/designer at ServeScape made some appearances as they provided the landscaping for the gorgeous homes in Paulding County!

Great job Mario! #ugapartners #RockTheBlock

One week left to get your photos in for the Colquitt County baby book! A couple little Archway babies are excited to see...
04/06/2021

One week left to get your photos in for the Colquitt County baby book! A couple little Archway babies are excited to see the entries 😊 #ugapartners UGA Extension Colquitt County FACS United Way of Colquitt County Moultrie Chamber

The Center for Community Design and Preservation at the UGA College of Environment and Design is leading a virtual desig...
04/05/2021
McDuffie Co. Trails Charrette Mid-Point Presentation | Center for Community Design and Preservation

The Center for Community Design and Preservation at the UGA College of Environment and Design is leading a virtual design charrette for McDuffie County.

The goal of this "charrette" (a multi-day planning and design workshop) is to explore outdoor recreation opportunities in McDuffie County around Clarks Hill Lake, including:
· enhanced boat launches along the Little River Water Trail,
· concepts for hiking, biking and equestrian trails,
· improvements to Big Hart and Raysville campgrounds.

After an initial input session with local stakeholders via Zoom, CED students spent a day researching and developing a few ideas that we would like your feedback on before our next work session on April 10, 2021. Visit Thomson GA Thomson-McDuffie Chamber of Commerce

Please view their presentation at: https://youtu.be/LZnQfWRFLPI and then take the survey found in the comments! #ugapartners

04/02/2021

Great to see long-time friend of the Colquitt County Archway Partnership, and home of Executive Committee Chairman Chip Blalock, back to work with Spring planting season! #ugapartners

Colquitt County Archway Professional Sarah Adams recently volunteered with United Way of Colquitt County to distribute d...
04/01/2021

Colquitt County Archway Professional Sarah Adams recently volunteered with United Way of Colquitt County to distribute dictionaries to all 3rd grade students. There are 10 elementary schools across the county, making the task quite an undertaking.

Through several volunteers, all books were delivered across the county. Sarah brought books to Cox Elementary and Funston Elementary Schools. Colquitt County Schools #ugapartners

The Hart County Archway Partnership recently hosted a Georgia Grown webinar as a continuation of the regional conversati...
03/26/2021
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The Hart County Archway Partnership recently hosted a Georgia Grown webinar as a continuation of the regional conversations to promote agritourism in Hart, Franklin, and Stephens counties.

You can view the webinar below or head over to the Archway website to learn more: https://www.archwaypartnership.uga.edu/hart-county-archway-partnership-hosts-georgia-grown-webinar/.

Thank you to all of our partners who made this event possible! Hart Chamber Franklin County Chamber of Commerce Visit Toccoa Hartwell Main Street Stephens County Development Authority Franklin County Industrial Building Authority UGA Extension Georgia Grown

The Hart County Archway Partnership recently hosted a Georgia Grown Webinar as a continuation of the regional conversations to promote agritourism in Hart, F...

Last chance to submit comments (by tomorrow) in support of a National Park in Hawkinsville! The Ocmulgee River Corridor ...
03/25/2021

Last chance to submit comments (by tomorrow) in support of a National Park in Hawkinsville! The Ocmulgee River Corridor park would extend from Macon to Hawkinsville, potentially including parts of Perry and roughly running along Highway 129.

Click through to leave your comments in support of this great project! Hawkinsville-Pulaski County Chamber of Commerce

https://parkplanning.nps.gov/commentForm.cfm?documentID=107649&fbclid=IwAR2bRIRw59uImtzMAAMn2uxYsn425BPWPytl4uSdA6hMycKMwJEzV2t4Xgw

Join the conversation! While you enjoy your cup of coffee this morning - take time to tag a friend to encourage them submit comments. The comment period closes March 26th!
https://parkplanning.nps.gov/commentForm.cfm?documentID=107649

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Archway was pleased to be a part of the recent 2021 Gulf-South Summit on Service Learning and Civic Engagement hosted – ...
03/24/2021

Archway was pleased to be a part of the recent 2021 Gulf-South Summit on Service Learning and Civic Engagement hosted – virtually – by Belmont University. The theme for this year’s conference was "Building (and Rebuilding) Healthier Communities" and the Fishers of Men program in Pulaski County was part of a panel on Peer Community Health Advocates.

Pulaski Archway Professional Sherrie Raleigh joined the panel, along with Pulaski resident Greg Brown, Dr. Brian Rivers from the Morehouse School of Medicine, Dr. Henry Young from The University of Georgia College of Pharmacy, and Dr. Tiffany Washington from University of Georgia School of Social Work. #ugapartners

Archway was pleased to be a part of the recent 2021 Gulf-South Summit on Service Learning and Civic Engagement hosted – virtually – by Belmont University. The theme for this year’s conference was "Building (and Rebuilding) Healthier Communities" and the Fishers of Men program in Pulaski County was part of a panel on Peer Community Health Advocates.

Pulaski Archway Professional Sherrie Raleigh joined the panel, along with Pulaski resident Greg Brown, Dr. Brian Rivers from the Morehouse School of Medicine, Dr. Henry Young from The University of Georgia College of Pharmacy, and Dr. Tiffany Washington from University of Georgia School of Social Work. #ugapartners

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03/22/2021

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Center for Community Design and Preservation Director Jennifer Lewis from UGA College of Environment and Design recently...
03/17/2021

Center for Community Design and Preservation Director Jennifer Lewis from UGA College of Environment and Design recently joined with a student in McDuffie County to look at the next phase for the Little River Trail. Lewis and her students will help to develop design concepts for the trail system with community input over the next few months and this recent visit was their first look up close. #ugapartners Thomson-McDuffie Chamber of Commerce

Center for Community Design and Preservation Director Jennifer Lewis from UGA College of Environment and Design recently joined with a student in McDuffie County to look at the next phase for the Little River Trail. Lewis and her students will help to develop design concepts for the trail system with community input over the next few months and this recent visit was their first look up close. #ugapartners Thomson-McDuffie Chamber of Commerce

Congratulations to Archway partner Hart County Schools for being the number one county in the state for its graduation r...
03/12/2021

Congratulations to Archway partner Hart County Schools for being the number one county in the state for its graduation rate among CTAE Pathway Completers. What a great recognition for the Hart County High School College and Career Academy. Kudos to all involved who give so much to Hart students so they can meet their goals! #OneHartBeat

Congratulations to Archway partner Hart County Schools for being the number one county in the state for its graduation rate among CTAE Pathway Completers. What a great recognition for the Hart County High School College and Career Academy. Kudos to all involved who give so much to Hart students so they can meet their goals! #OneHartBeat

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