Greetings Beautiful Family and Friends!
How are you? I trust that you all have had a wonderful week! There are a lot of things going on this weekend and over the next few weeks. But before we get to that, I want to express my appreciation! A special thanks to the residents of East DeKalb for voting for Tony and Chick-fil-A at Turner Hill Road in the Best of East Metro Awards for the fourth year running! Special thanks to Jennifer Parker, publisher of CrossRoadsNews, for honoring businesses, individuals and organizations that make a difference in their community. Special thanks to the All Star Team at Chick-fil-A at Turner Hill Road! Tony believes that he is only as good as the people that he works with. Special thanks to S. Truett Cathy, the Cathy Family and the staff at Chick-fil-A, Inc. We could not do what we do in the community without your support, blessing and resources that you generously give to all of the Owner/Operators! Don’t forget to come out to the Best of East Metro Expo Saturday, April 28 at the Mall at Stonecrest from 12:00 to 5:00. Thanks for voting for him for Best American Restaurant, Best Chicken Sandwich, Best Restaurant Service and Best FREE Wi-Fi. Please click on this link to check out the article: http://edition.pagesuite-professional.co.uk/launch.aspx?referral=other&pnum=&refresh=Ey9018CrzN17&EID=368190c5-83c2-4a66-a3c8-4ac2727afdd1&skip=.
Thanks so much and enjoy your weekend!
Jobs With Tyler Perry Studios!
Well now I ran across this by happenstance! One of my wonderful Black Enterprise editors asked me to cover a Tyler Perry event called The Entrepreneurial Mind at the Fox a few weeks ago. He met with about 150 business owners a few hours prior to his play. It’s true what they say about t.v. adding several pounds. He actually has a slender build and is such a NICE person! But I digress… I went on his website to find a little background info on he and his company. I ran across this link and I had to share it with you! If you would like to work with Tyler Perry Studios, please click on this link: http://www.tylerperry.com/work-with-us/. You can fill out a little info and copy and paste your resume into the email. It’s as easy as that! Best of luck to you! That would be so cool! I’ve completed my article, please look for it in the July issue of Black Enterprise.
Teens! Please sign up for Summer Jobs with the U. S. Department of Labor!
Well now! We can thank President Obama and Secretary Hilda Solis for this one! Special thanks to our former DeKalb District Attorney Gwen Keyes Fleming for this golden nugget of information! Teens across America, please sign up to be the first to know about Summer Jobs available in your hometown! Please click on the link below to enter your email address!
Happy Administrative Professionals Week!
Administrative Professionals Week 2012 is from April 23 – April 27. It’s not too late to do something special for your executive assistant or administrator! Tony and I celebrated with his AWESOME Office Administrator Mrs. Chantel Toson on Wednesday! She actually wears three hats as the Unit Training Coordiator and the Human Resources Coordinator! Thank you so much “Ms. Chantilli” for your exceptional performance! You are indeed the very best and we APPRECIATE you! This week, I had an opportunity to personally visit 100 schools, churches and businesses that have partnered with us this year. On behalf of Tony, I thanked them for their support and gave the executive assistants a Delicious, Warm Chocolate Chunk Cookie! You really have to try our new desserts! They are great! Please click on this link and take an exclusive look at our desserts: http://www.chick-fil-a.com/food/new-desserts?emailsource=dessertstext&utm_source=email&utm_medium=promo&utm_campaign=desserts2012.
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FREE Tickets to Uptown Comedy Corner on Saturday, April 28!
Special thanks to our friends Lewis and Tawanna Bembry for providing these FREE Tickets. They are for the 8:00 p.m. show or the 10:30 a.m. show. Individuals must be at least 21 years of age and must purchase a minimum of two items to use the FREE tickets. The menu consists of delicious dishes and beverages of your choice. Please email me at email@example.com and I can arrange for you to pick up the tickets.
FREE Jazz Concert in Lithonia, Georgia on Saturday, April 28
DAROLD HONORE BETTER HOMES AND GARDENS
More than a year ago, Georgia received $340 million from President Obama’s “Hardest Hit Fund” — known as HomeSafe in Georgia — to help unemployed homeowners avoid foreclosures. But not enough is being done to get the word out and to get the funds where they are needed most.
That’s why on Saturday, April 28 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Salem Bible Church, I’m co-hosting a community event to help struggling homeowners learn more about HomeSafe. I’m holding the event with HUD-approved counseling agency D&E and the Georgia Department of Community Affairs.
To pre-qualify and to register, visit D&E’s Web site at depower.org or homeowners can call them at 770-961-6900 or toll-free at 1-877-790-1831.
HomeSafe provides up to an 18-month mortgage-payment bridge to Georgia homeowners who have suffered a substantial income loss due to involuntary unemployment or underemployment and who are able and willing to work.
The event will also provide opportunities for homeowners who do not qualify for HomeSafe to meet with counselors who can check on their eligibility for a loan modification through their lender.
For more information, go to D&E HERE.
The event is free and open to the public. If you’ve lost your job or you’re underemployed and you’re having trouble making your mortgage payments, please stop by Salem Bible Church on Saturday, April 28 between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. to see if HomeSafe can help you.
WHO: Congressman Hank Johnson (GA-04), DeKalb County, Department of Community Affairs, D&E.
WHAT: HomeSafe Georgia Foreclosure Prevention Event
WHEN: Saturday, April 28 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
WHERE: Salem Bible Church: 5460 Hillandale Drive, Lithonia 30058; Exit I-20 Panola Road – Hillandale Drive is one block north of I-20; turn right on Hillandale Drive; Salem Church is less than ¼ mile on the left.
MARTA: MARTA Bus 111 to Panola Road and Hillandale Drive. Click the map to go to Google Maps.
BLACK SHOALS TRAIL: Congratulations to Rockdale County for receiving a $100,000 grant from the Georgia Department of Natural Resources via the Federal Highway Trust Fund for the Black Shoals Scenic Trail. For more, click HERE.
SUPPLIER CONNECTIONS: A new private-public collaboration will help small businesses strengthen their bottom line by gaining access to more than $300 billion in combined supply chain spending by a consortium of 15 of America’s largest corporations. For more, click HERE.
SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT GRANTS: Georgia is receiving nearly $20 million as part of a 26-state, $535 million effort by the U.S. Department of Education’s School Turnaround program. For more, click HERE. FEMA GRANT: The U.S. Department of Homeland Security recently announced that Georgia is receiving $2.3 million for non-disaster funding. For more, click HERE.
TROOPS TO TEACHERS: “Troops to Teachers” is a program that helps eligible veterans (active duty, reservists and retired military) who want to become public school teachers. For more, click HERE.
GWINNETT GRANTS: I’m pleased to announce that Gwinnett County has received $5.8 million in Community Development Block Grants (CDGB), Emergency Shelter Grants (ESG) and Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS (HOPWA) awards.
ARTS AWARDS: I’m proud to say that our very own local PushPush Theater Company in Decatur will receive a $75,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts for 2012. These matching grants help support excellence in the arts, and we’re pleased that PushPush was awarded accordingly. To visit PushPush online, click HERE.
RETIRED AMERICANS: I want to thank the Alliance of Retired Americans for honoring me with a “pro-retiree” and “lifetime” perfect score of 100/100. For more, click HERE.
HELPING STUDENTS: House Democrats announced April 24 that we will introduce legislation to keep college students’ loan rates from doubling on July 1st. The “Stop the Student Loan Interest Rate Hike Act of 2012” keeps interest rates on need-based student loans at 3.4 percent next year for the more than 7 million borrowers. This will save the average borrower $1,000 in loan repayment costs. For more, click HERE.
As always, I appreciate your time and feedback. Thank you for allowing me the opportunity to represent you in Congress.
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