DyeVersaTees are custom team, group, and individual tie-dyed t-shirts created by people with developmental and intellectual disabilities through a work opportunity at Lynndale.Read more
The Georgia-Carolina State Fair comes to Augusta every fall, but money raised at the fair helps people in the community all year long.Read more
One local group is using garden boxes to promote healthy eating in an Augusta neighborhood considered a food desert.Read more
Local families enjoy the annual tradition of a real life hunt for popular children’s book character Waldo in downtown Augusta businesses every summer.Read more
This furniture repair and artisan shop is giving hope to adults with disabilities, one unique snowflake at a time.Read more
A mother-daughter team head up the first brewery in Augusta since Prohibition.Read more
Augusta artist Leonard “Porkchop” Zimmerman started the Happy Project simply to spread happiness around the world.
But, it also helped lift him up after one of the darkest periods of his life.Read more