The Story of The Hill
By Lee Epting
The story of The Hill is a phenomenal one full of miracles and hard work. Click here to read Lee Epting’s personal account of how his extraordinary orphanage for homeless homes came to be.
Download The Hill History PDF
…an evening in one of Athens’ truly unique historic neighborhoods.
This year’s generous hosts are…
c. 1800 Donnald-Epting House saved and moved from Donalds, South Carolina
Kimberly and Jim Fiscus
c. 1830 Booth-Causey House saved and moved from downtown Watkinsville, Georgia
c. 1820 Thurmond-Barks-Knowlton House saved and moved from Barrow County, Georgia
R.S.V.P. by Tuesday, December 3.
ACHF Members $50 | Non-members $75**
Click here to view and print the invitation.
Click here to view and print RSVP card.
Click here for event schedule, directions to The Hill, and hints on what to wear.
Click here to make reservations online.
Not a member? Not to worry. You're sure to meet old friends and make new ones at Athens longest-running holiday gathering.
**And, when you purchase a non-member ticket, you receive a 1-year complimentary ACHF membership. For more information, call 706-353-1801 or e-mail email@example.com.
Click here to view Heritage newsletter article.
Announcing the 2013 Athens Heritage Walks Tour Series!
Athens Heritage Walks, sponsored by the Athens-Clarke Heritage Foundation, is a series of guided tours of historic places that celebrate each site’s unique architecture, culture, and history.
Click here for detailed information about tours and tour guides, schedules,
and to download an order form.
Tours are limited to 25 participants unless otherwise indicated.
Reservations are required.
$12 ACHF Member | $15 Nonmember | $10 for 10 or more series reservations
Making reservations is easy:
(1) You can download an order form to mail in: AHW Order Form.
(2) You can make your reservations online:Make Your Heritage Walks Reservations Online Today!
(3) Contact Amy Kissane at 706-353-1801 or firstname.lastname@example.org to make your reservations over the phone.
Athens Heritage Walks 2013 presents...
Boulevard • Pratt Cassity • Prince Avenue • Amy Andrews • Pulaski Heights • David Bryant • Haunted History Tours • Michele Griffin • UGA Through the Arch • Larry Dendy • Bloomfield District • Marianne May Causey & Dick Field • Oconee Hill Cemetery • Charlotte Thomas Marshall
ACHF Held its 44th Annual Historic Preservation Awards on Monday, June 3, 2013 at The Morton Theatre.
Click here to view a list of winners and photographs.
Know of a recently-completely project—or one that will be completed by next June—that might be worthy of a preservation award? Let us know by e-mailing us at email@example.com.
Click here to read about Jeff Speck
Athens-Clarke Heritage Foundation
Tuesday, April 16, 2013
Join the Athens-Clarke Heritage Foundation for a re-introduction to the Navy Supply School, now home to UGA's Health Sciences Campus on Tuesday, April 16th from 5:30-7:30PM. Parking is available in the Miller Hall lot. Please enter the Health Sciences Campus on Foster Road off of Oglethorpe Avenue. Take an immediate right on to Carter Road which leads to the lot. Click here for a map.
The event opens at 5:30PM on the brick patio in front of Winnie Davis Hall. Danny Sniff, Associate Vice President for Facilities Planning, will treat the group to an overview presentation on the redevelopment of the campus in the auditorium of George Hall at 6:00PM. Following this, attendees will have the chance to explore on their own and indulge in light refreshments.
To RSVP for this event, call 706-353-1801 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. As always, bring a friend interested in learning more about the mission and work of ACHF!
This event is brought to you by our spotlight sponsors: The Law Offices of Adam L. Hebbard and home.made catering, winner of this year's Taste of Athens!
here to learn more about the
symposium held on February 4th, the
charrette, and the Souther
property (which is FOR SALE!).
Armstrong & Dobbs
Property Proposed Redevelopment
for copy of the November 17, 2011 Memorandum to
A-CC Mayor and Commission re: proposed demolition
of 8 structures associated with redevelopment.
here for copy of the 1988 National
Register of Historic Places Registration Form for
the Athens Warehouse Historic District