PiHi Newsletter - January 14, 2021

14 Jan 2021 10:45 AM | Anonymous

OnePoint Physical Therapy

PHCA 2021 Community Sponsor

OnePoint PT is owned by Collin & Erin Eggebrecht of Piedmont Heights (see below on the left)! 

They're both physical therapists and started OnePoint PT in 2016.

It's time to start feeling better –today!

Visit Erin, Collin, and the OnePoint PT team at their beautiful location in Virginia Highland.

They specialize in the prevention, treatment, and management of orthopedic, pediatric, and pre/post-partum conditions.

Unlike many physical therapy practices, OnePoint PT takes insurance, and you may not even need a doctor's referral to get started!




Progress at Gotham Way Park

The Gotham Way Park staircase re-staining is almost complete! 

A huge thank you to Piedmont Heights neighbors Kate Buchacz for leading the project and to Jeff Whitney for finding a high-quality contractor that could work with our budget. 

To everyone who contributed to this special project, THANK YOU!

FYI: Donations to the Piedmont Heights Community Improvement Foundation are tax-deductible and are greatly appreciated any time, all year long, and at any amount.

The 2020 Jean Johnson Award

The PHCA Board of Directors proudly presents the 2020 Jean Johnson Award to PHCA President Jim Hardy. Learn more

 about this special award and Jim's long service and stewardship of Piedmont Heights.

Tuesday, January 26 at 10am ONLINE

Piedmont Heights Volunteering Info Session

Even if you just have five minutes, there are always opportunities to support your community. Learn more – there's no pressure to commit.


Councilmember Ide's Newsletter

Jennifer Ide, our Councilmember representing us in District 6 has been hard at work! Check out her latest newsletter for important updates on street racing, liquor licensing, street re-striping, school safety, and much more.


Spalding Nix Fine Art – New Exhibition Opens This Weekend

Out of Place features new work by five Southeastern contemporary artists who explore human relationships to place using a range of media including ceramics, photography, paint, and colored pencil. These artists explore these relationships through various lenses: physically, psychologically, historically, culturally, and economically.

Check out their socially distanced openings on Friday and Saturday. Learn more.

Thank You to Our Sponsors!

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1579 Monroe Dr. NE, Ste. F307
Atlanta, GA 30324