The Georgia Bikes Blog

Why we should preserve historic schools

Have you ever wondered why it is important to preserve historic schools? Or more importantly why the schools were sited within a community center?  Historic schools are typically sited in centers of town where most students traditionally walked, or rode bicycles to school. Shouldn't county education boards site more schools where students can take advantage of accessability? If you are interested in learning more about Georgia's historic schools please visit the Georgia Historic Preservation Division link here http://gashpo.org/content/displaycontent.asp?txtDocument=147 For more information about national success with community centered schools please visit the National Trust for Historic Preservation links at  http://www.preservationnation.org/issues/historic-schools/success-stories.html

Leigh Burns
Preservation Planner & Certified Local Government Coordinator

Historic Preservation Division/DNR
254 Washington Street, SW
Atlanta, Georgia 30334

404.651.5181
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For more information about the Georgia Historic Preservation Division please see our website at www.gashpo.org

Bike MS @ 25: special registration promotion for the Bike MS: Cox Atlanta Ride 2011

From our friends at Bike MS:

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Celebrating 25 Years of Bike MS in Georgia!

Registration Starting at Just $1

February 1-25, 2011

Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of Bike MS in Georgia, the National MS Society is offering a special registration promotion for the Bike MS: Cox Atlanta Ride 2011.

Register February 1st-25th for a dollar more each day.  Register on February 1st and you pay just $1.  Register on February 10th and pay $10, the 21st you pay $21…

Registration will be $50 starting March 1, 2011.
Event will be held on Sept 17-18 at Callaway Gardens.

REGISTER TODAY AT www.bikeMSgeorgia.org


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