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LIBRARY LADIES: From left, Eloise Selby, Angiah Davis and Edette Bridges display promotional materials from the Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System during the recent National Night Out, a crime-prevention event held simultaneously with thousands of communities across the U.S.(Staff / Noreen Cochran)
Paint the Town, a volunteer project organized by the nonprofit Hapeville Cares, attracted scores of volunteers from south Fulton, metro Atlanta and the Chicago area last week to revitalize the curb appeal of residences in six parts of Hapeville. The nonprofit also had support from the city of Hapeville, its development authority and the Hapeville Arts Alliance. This is the project’s third year; to date, nearly two dozen homes have been improved. Above, volunteer Naomi Contreran paints the entranceway of a house on Hope Street.
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