The 9th Annual Sporting Clays Tournament is at Sage Valley Hunt Club. With a morning start time, this event takes you through a challenging clays course with a great lunch provided after. There is also a silent auction and prizes for first place shooters and teams.

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$1.5 Million Raised for Widows Home Expansion

The sounds of saws and hammers will begin anew at the venerable Anne Boardman Widows Home after Christ Community Health Services successfully completed its $1.5 million capital campaign, officials announced Monday.

The funds will allow it to complete the renovation of the second and third floors of the home, with an eight-chair dental clinic on the third and physical therapy, community education and offices on the second, said Executive Director Jeff Drake.

The home, built in 1887, already has a 12-room clinic occupying the first floor…

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Augusta Chronicle spotlights Widows Home campaign

It has venerable bones, but the Ann Boardman Widows Home might soon see a new phase of renovation that will encompass dental services at Christ Community Health Services and allow the clinic to move toward a new model of health care, officials said.

Christ Community is only $60,000 short of its $1.5 million fundraising goal to renovate the second and third floors of the home, built in 1887.

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Great feature story from Buzz on Biz magazine

When Augusta businessman Clay Boardman purchased the Widows Home and donated it to Christ Community in 2007, it was with the stipulation that it be renovated to become a medical facility to serve the low-income population.  Without the continued support of the local business community, the faith-based non-profit organization would not be able to fill the gap in healthcare for the uninsured and low-income.

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Dr. Martin and living in the Laney-Walker neighborhood

Augusta doctor Chelsea Martin works and now lives near the historic Laney Walker/Bethlehem area. The area has suffered economically for decades, but now she hopes her family is a small part of helping it change.

“We are invested in the area, we really like the downtown area and when we were looking for a new place to live we stumbled upon this development,” said Martin.

The Heritage Pine neighborhood near 11th street where Martin chose to build her home is one of several developments…

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