Inclusion Matters | February 2017

Can’t get to France this spring? We’ve got you covered with the “April in Paris” themed Goodness in the Gardens 2017 on Saturday, April 29. In the meantime help make Goodness even better by donating to the auction. Make sure to check out our auction wishlist to see how you can help!
 

Registration is now open for the Frazer Center’s unique and inclusive summer camp for children ages 5-9. Campers will enjoy weekly environmental experiences, culminating activities, team focused projects, STEAM activities (science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics), and so much more!
 

Register now

Alicia Day, a participant in the Frazer Center’s Adult Program, is busy. She’s an ex-officio member of Frazer’s Board of Directors, works at Home Depot, and is active with many area nonprofits. Because of donors like you, Alicia can dream big and make a lasting impact in her community.
 

 

Have you heard? The Cator Woolford Gardens are undergoing a dramatic transformation… just in time for the spring wedding season! The Italian roots of the Gardens will be on full display after this redesign project led by well-known Atlanta gardener Cooper Sanchez (see Oakland Cemetery) and his team.
 

  • Do not leave purses, briefcases, electronic devices of any sort, or packages visible in your car, even if you’re running in and out of the Center quickly. Car break-ins increase during the holiday season throughout the metro-area, and criminals target cars where they can easily see and steal valuables. A good resource to refer to is the Clean Car Checklist and safety tips from the Atlanta Police Department.
  • Drive slowly and avoid using your phone when driving on Frazer property (from the bottom of the hill to the back gate). Consider that over 500 people (of all ages and abilities) enter and exit Frazer Center every day.
     
  • All dogs must be kept on a leash while in the Frazer forest and grounds.
     
  • Only use the South Ponce de Leon entrance to both enter and exit the property and please do
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    not park in the fire lanes.