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Original text and stats provided by Amanda Duckworth, Community Relations Associate; published by Eric Pudalov, Community Events Coordinator Good afternoon! We wanted to give you a brief update on GCSS’ First Annual Howling Halloween Hundred cycling event. It was a … Continue reading
William Reichard, of Marcana Internet Marketing Guides, writes in his blog on September 22, “Are You An Answer or a Question?”
One of the difficulties we’ve had at Georgia Community Support and Solutions is reaching a wider “audience.” Whether it’s to promote one of our events, to let people know about our services, or to simply network with other organizations, we’re still experimenting with the best methods as to how to do that. Continue reading
GCSS is partnering with Challenged Child and Friends, Inc. for our first Annual Howling Halloween Hundred cycling event! Proceeds from this event go to both organizations and will benefit Georgia adults and children with Developmental Disabilities.
Our registration site is currently up and running at
Active.com: Howling Halloween Hundred. Continue reading
Someone I know personally in the “disabled” community, who is nevertheless high-functioning, sometimes refers to herself as Danger Woman. I’ll decline to mention her real name here out of confidentiality, but if you search for “Danger Woman” on Google or any major search engine, chances are many results will appear. Continue reading
I don’t know if “collage” is the proper word, but it’s the best I could come up with. In the ongoing effort to think of a design theme for the Golden Goals Awards programs, I considered the idea of taking photos that would represent different types of achievements. Continue reading
Once again, I’ve borrowed my title from an important person in my life, namely a college screenwriting professor.
My fiancee recently sent me a link from Yahoo! HotJobs entitled What Your Workspace Says About You, and I thought it worth sharing here.
It makes a number of excellent points about what conclusions people might draw from the image of your workspace.
I once visited the office of CosmoCom, Inc., whose “mission is to optimize communication between organizations and their customers.” Continue reading
As of today, our new Facebook Cause, Creating Opportunities for Developmentally Disabled People, has 4 members and growing.
In a meeting we held this morning, we discussed the idea of having a contest to recruit people to the new Cause.
And with “Creating Opportunities,” we will improve on the original Cause by keeping it updated more often and linking it to our homepage and other relevant sites. Continue reading