MACON, Georgia (KBTV) – If you miss news that impacted people in the middle Georgia community over the weekend, here’s a recap.
H.U.D.S. (Hooking Up Doing Something), a non profit organization feed the less fortunate in downtown Macon. The owner, Ariel Woodford, says this is just one of many good deeds that she and her kids along with other community partners do for the homeless. Every month other business collaborate and ‘hook up and do something’ that will make shelter less people feel special. If you like donate, you may cash app funds to $MaconPeace or inbox Ariel Woodford on Facebook.
The ‘Stop the Killing’ rallies continued over the weekend. Community leaders and families who’ve lost a loved one held signs at the corners of Pio Nono and Montpelier Avenues on Saturday. Macon Bibb Coroner’s Office also passed out backpacks as students get ready to head back to the classrooms.
‘Equality’ hosted a pop up shop on Sunday at the Spark Macon location. About 12 vendors set up shop and showcases their products and services. Owner of ‘Equality’ Carl Myers says the goal is to raise enough funds so that these businesses can come together to purchase a department store that features local business owners.
To watch the “What’s Happening Weekend” segment, click here: https://youtu.be/0byHqiKyv4w