Community center benefits from United Way’s program

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Augusta Chronicle, Editorial, May 03, 2007, For years, Phylis Holliday, of the Friendship Community Center, has worked on a shoestring budget to provide programs for mentally ill residents. Repairing the buildings in the complex on Central Avenue, she said, doesn’t always make it to the priority list. “They are doing lots of work. I did well just to buy the materials. There’s no way I could have afforded the price of labor,” said Ms. Holliday, the director of the center that received needed refurbishments Friday during the United Way of the CSRA’s annual “day of caring” program called Project Serve.  Read More.