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At a recent speaking engagement for Creative Mornings in Atlanta, Kevin Gillese, the founder of comedy club Dad’s Garage, burst the bubble on “magic.” Magic isn’t real, he claimed, it’s simply the delayed reaction between really hard work and the final product. People don’t see the nitty gritty effort, the failed attempts, or partnerships formed […]

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FoodCorps Friday- Nurturing Relationships in my Service By, Food Bank of Northeast Georgia service member, Katie Sanders After volunteering to teach science based education to elementary students in my senior year of college and interning at an organic farm, FoodCorps seemed to be the logical next step for me in my career path. I entered […]

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FoodCorps Friday- Rooted in Community By, Athens Land Trust service member, Kana Miller Regardless of your political beliefs, who you voted for, or your feelings about this past election, I think we can all agree on one thing – having a sense of belonging and feeling like a part of a community feels good. And […]

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FoodCorps Friday: Smoothies and Service By, Captain Planet Foundation service member, Greg Lafortune If there was anybody who felt inadequate and unprepared for service through FoodCorps, it would be me. After receiving notification that I was accepted to the service member position, feelings of excitement and satisfaction were paired with those of non-expectancy and doubt. […]

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On Friday, October 28, Alice Rolls, the Executive Director of Georgia Organics, stepped onto one of the many stages at the Woodruff Arts Center to deliver an address about Transparency in front of over 400 young professionals and creative thinkers for Creative Morning Atlanta’s monthly event. Naturally, Rolls focused largely on food. After taking the […]

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