Ameri group Community Care of Georgia organising Community Breakfast series
In order to celebrate the support and contribution of local organisations and community leaders, who has served Medicaid members and PeachCare for children, Atlanta-based Ameri Group Community Care of Georgia will be organising a series of breakfast events in the capital.
Ameri group is celebrating its ten years of service in the country this year and it wanted to do it differently. It is doing that by bringing together some local organisations with a few community partners for making the mornings more exciting, where not only common people share their inspiring stories but community leaders also inspire the others within same provided opportunities.
In this Community Breakfast series of the Ameri Group started on Thursday, March 1 at Savannah (Savannah Station, 601 Cohen Street) and will conclude on Friday, April 1 at Columbus (The Columbus Museum, 1251 Wynnton Road). March 15th, 17th, 23rd, 24th and 30th of 2016 will be marked as other days of Community Breakfast series.This series was initiated to bring some guest speakers, common people and local area musical talents together, to work directly with Georgia’s population and discuss how to better serve the community.
The official spokesperson of Ameri Group conveyed the motto of organizing Community Breakfast series by telling a concerned media person, “We started the Community Breakfast series to thank local organizations, our partners, and providers who help improve their local communities. These events also serve as open forums to encourage honest dialogue about what is working and what still needs to be done.”
The Plan President of Amerigroup Georgia, Fran Gary, said, “Amerigroup has been working in Georgia for a decade to address the needs and barriers our members face every day. We started the Community Breakfast series to thank local organizations, our partners and providers who help improve their local communities. These events also serve as open forums to encourage honest dialogue about what is working and what still needs to be done.”