State Sen. Hardie Davis to speak at Pride and Progress meeting

Thursday, May 23, 2013 12:41 PM
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State Sen. Hardie Davis, of Augusta, will be the guest speaker at this month’s Pride and Progress meeting.

Pride and Progress of Augusta-Richmond County is a nonprofit and nonpartisan grass-roots community organization with a mission to “facilitate positive change in order to create a better community in which to live an work.”

The meeting will be at 7 p.m. Tuesday at University Medical Center South, 3121 Peach Orchard Road, Room 201.

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SRD 05/23/13 - 08:11 pm

Whenever I hear the term "Grassroots and Community" I cannot help but think of Obama and his "Grassroots" community organizing that hid did to help Chicago become such a clean, safe, and industrious place to live. Gosh, what a heart warming, fuzzy, feeling this gives me...kind of like a chill up my leg. Seriously folks, I hope people really pay attention and think about how positive this is and open up your eyes to the truth of this retoric.

lifelongresident 06/24/13 - 09:24 am
if you want to create a

if you want to create a better community why not get rid all "gubiment housin" exept for the elderly and truly disabled....let lawanda sha-rae and her 5 kids (by 4-5 different men) start paying her own way instead of living of "da welfare and foo stamps for the next 30 years..while her kids grow up to become criminals, thugs, and drug dealers...

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Truth Matters 08/21/13 - 08:09 am
@SRD I can't tell if you are


I can't tell if you are endorsing the objective of the P&P or deriding it.

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