Barney’s Air Conditioning is a family-owned business serving the HVAC needs of families and friends in Hephzibah, Appling, Grovetown, Evans, Martinez, and Augusta, Georgia and Powerserve is proud to have Barney’s Air Conditioning take care of our Heating and Air Conditioning needs.
This month, three Fine Arts scholarships were presented to outstanding North Augusta High School seniors by the North Augusta Cultural Arts Council. Normally the Arts Council awards a single $1,000 scholarship to a student who plans to major or minor in the arts; however, because of the nine outstanding entries that were received this year, an additional $1000 was approved by the NACAC Board.
We love giving back to the community! One of the community charities we’ve partnered with is the Foundation for Therapeutic Options. The foundation’s goal is to provide funding to children for speech and occupational therapy based on financial and therapeutic needs.
Walking, eating, speaking, and dressing, are just some some of the tasks the foundation helps children with. In 2010 the Foundation paid for 301 therapy sessions, which made an impact in the lives of 33 children.
Welcome to Masters Week in Augusta. The time of year that patrons from seemingly every place on the map congregate to the bustling metropolis of Augusta, Georgia. Did I say metropolis? Perhaps that was a bit of a stretch, but the bustling part certainly isn’t.
Azaleas in bloom, white vans at every turn, tents along Washington Road, and throngs of people with decidedly non-Southern accents all herald that Masters Week has officially arrived in Augusta.
In case you happened to miss Saturday’s edition of The Augusta Chronicle, our clients Dee and Karen Bruker of Sanford, Bruker, and Banks Insurance are becoming trendsetters. Showing that living and working downtown is becoming en vogue again in an era of urban revitalization, the Brukers take a page out of the history books to show us how it’s done.
Just think about it… Working downtown? Awesome. Living downtown? Amazing. Not having to drive to work? Priceless. No, seriously, it’s priceless because you don’t have to pay nearly $4 a gallon on gas.
Jeff Partl participated in the Visiting Executive Program last week at Augusta State University where he presented Hull College of Business students with his thoughts on being a successful entrepreneur. He was invited to speak because of his community involvement as well as his avid enthusiasm for embracing the concept of “buy local, spend local.”
We’re proud to announce that Powerserve was the recipient of the Best In Show in the website category at the 2010 Addy Awards for Raveis.com Mobile Website. The custom mobile version of the site allows visitors to easily search for properties from their mobile device. Congratulations Raveis!
Click Here to view our 2010 Addy Awards.
Tiana Lavan is the 2010 recipient of the North Augusta Cultural Arts Council (NACAC) Fine Arts Scholarship. Tiana graduated from North Augusta High School where she was a member of the National Art Honor Society and a member of the Teen Advisory Council which is affiliated with the Morris Museum of Art. Tiana will attend Winthrop University in the fall and major in Visual Communication Art with an emphasis on Graphic Design.
The NACAC Fine Arts Scholarship is awarded annually to a graduating senior who resides in the Aiken County Area II School District that demonstrates excellence in an art form. The recipient must intend to enroll in an accredited college, university, or other institution of formal education in the fall of 2010 to pursue continued training in the respective art discipline.
The scholarship was initiated in 2008 and is funded by Powerserve and the NACAC.