Partnering to better serve people with disabilities: Georgia FACES and Stone Soup!  Click here for this year's camp info.
 
For more information regarding camps and support, contact Tami Burt at tamilaburt@thebridgeofgeorgia.org, 770-406-6111, or visit www.thebridgeofgeorgia.org
 

 



 

SAVE THE DATE - 2013 Jingle Jog

December 14, 2013 - 8th Annual Jingle Jog and Reindeer Dash was another success!  Thanks to all who supported us.


2012 Jingle Jog and Reindeer Dash was a tremendous SUCCESS!  Thanks for your support!

Jingle Jog 2012


Jingle Jog 2012


We had 500 runners between the 5k and Reindeer Dash AND raised about $800 in the raffle give away. We had many donations for prizes including a one week vacation courtesy of Tina Musselwhite from All Source Travel and RCI.  Congrats to Patty Griffeth, Special Education Coordinator for Jackson County, who won!

Check out the info below about Jingle Jog 2013! More information to come.

Read all about our great day on the Loganville Patch.



 
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News

  • 2013 Jingle Jog Forms See links below for registration, sponsorship, and vendor forms.
    Posted Sep 12, 2013, 6:13 AM by Polly Bouker
  • The Best Holiday Party of the Season!
    Posted Nov 3, 2012, 6:04 AM by Polly Bouker
  • 2012 Jingle Jog and Reindeer Dash - Sign up now! *Sign up at our Active.com registration page found here. Come and join us at our NEW LOCATION - LOGANVILLE HIGH SCHOOL - for the JINGLE JOG FOR AUTISM 5K and REINDEER ...
    Posted Nov 30, 2012, 3:55 AM by Polly Bouker
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F.A.C.E.S. was founded in 2005 by Teresa Johnson, parent of a now grown son who has autism. With the support of other parents, F.A.C.E.S. has grown from a handful of parents to a 501c3 non-profit organization.  The success of F.A.C.E.S. is dependent on the parents who can see the vision and mission for their own child and realize that when they help others, their child also is helped.

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