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July 2014 Class Schedule

Tuesday, July 15, 6 - 9pm 
Budget Class - After Move-in
Come learn about the basics of budgeting. Understand how to evaluate your family finances, how to create financial goals and how to create a budget to keep you on track. This class includes meeting with a budget advisor.


Tuesday, July 15, 7 - 8:30pm 
Environmental Justice Workshop
Do you have the power to change your local environment? Discover the power you have to affect change from pollution, and environmental injustice in your own neighborhood. This workshop is presented by Georgia Interfaith Power and Light, an organization engaging diverse faith communities in Georgia in stewardship of creation.


Saturday, July 19, 9 - 10:30am 
H.O.M.E. Room I
Learn the basics of home maintenance. Although this class is designed to be taken during the first month of living in your new home, you may attend any time. First time participants receive a toilet auger.


Saturday, July 19, 9am - 1pm
Saturday, July 26, 9am - 12pm 
Confident City Cycling/Bike Maintenance 101 - reservations required
Attend both Saturday classes and get a refurbished bike. Ages 14 and up, contact Jody Klein 404-223-5180, ext. 177 to reserve your spot.


Tuesday, July 22, 7 - 8:30pm
Energy Use in Your Home
Having an energy efficient house gives you an advantage when it comes to conserving energy. Attending this class will give you another one!  Understand how your home uses energy, how you are billed for it and how to lower your bills by conserving energy.


Tuesday, July 22, 7 - 8:30pm
Your Food, Your Choice
This class is led by the UGA Fulton County Cooperative Extension. Learn about general nutrition, food choices, and how to prepare quick and easy recipes.


Tuesday, July 29, 7 - 8:30pm
Ensuring Your Child's Success in School
How can you make a difference in your child’s education, and ensure their success in school? Come find out how to help your child become a lifelong learner.


Tuesday, July 29, 7 - 8:30pm
H.O.M.E. Room II
Learn even more about home maintenance, how to choose a vendor when you can’t do the work, and how to access the funds held in your maintenance account. This maintenance class is designed for homebuyers at the end of their educational sequence, or as a maintenance refresher.


All classes are held at the Atlanta Habitat for Humanity office. For more information, please contact Atlanta Habitat for Humanity at 404-223-5180, or Jody Klein, Family Services Education Coordinator at 404-223-5180, ext 177.



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