SunTrust bank managers chose Northern Star as their community service day project. Managers from all over the region traveled to Dahlonega to come help get the inside and outside of the houses painted. We were thankful for a beautiful December day to get so much accomplished. What an amazing group of ladies and gentlemen; great spirits, funny, and willing to do any job big or small to help out. We really appreciate the time, talent and support from SunTrust Bank managers!
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Northern Star, Inc. is currently renovating 4 houses on our first campus in order for young ladies aging out of foster care to participate in the Independent Living Program. Dahlonega Baptist Church is hosting a summer missions opportunity September 4th-7th to help Northern Star wrap up many small renovation projects on the campus in order to get the houses move in ready. Any amount of time and all skill levels can be used to serve the Lord in getting this ministry ready to open it’s doors. Tasks include cleaning, decorating, installing laminate flooring, cutting and installing sub-flooring, tile work in kitchen and bathrooms, installing new shower pan and walls, replacing toilets and sinks, replacing light fixtures, and painting – walls, ceilings, trim, exterior eves, furniture, and kitchen cabinets. To sign up please use the Sign Up Genius link
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with the tasks and times you would like to volunteer for. Thank you in advance for your time and support!
Northern Star would like to thank the local Trahlyta Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution for their thoughtful and gracious welcome baskets donation.
This summer, Northern Star is getting ready to open its doors to young ladies in the North Georgia area that are aging out of foster care.
The welcome baskets from the DAR will provide the first 6 participants with a personal welcome basket filled with their own personal hygiene items, towels, a pillow, devotional and activity books, room decor, school supplies, a food gift card, American flags, and personal letters to the participants from the member of the Trahlyta Chapter.
What a wonderful way to show their love and support to these young ladies moving on to the Northern Star campus! Northern Star’s Board of Directors and staff would like to thank the Trahlyta Chapter for their donation and support!
Northern Star was so blessed to be a work site for this year’s Side By Side work day. On April 23rd over 40 volunteers started out helping with renovations at the campus houses. By noon over 10 additional volunteers had shown up to help with landscaping. Northern Star would like to thank all of this year’s volunteers and Butch Walker for including our property and organizing this amazing event!
Northern Star is hiring for a part time Life Coach and for the right person to be the program’s first live on Campus Mentor. Job descriptions are listed below along with the application. Please turn in applications as soon as possible as we will start interviewing this Friday, July 22nd.
The Life Coach position will start out part time as the program is getting up and running. Hopefully by the start of next year it will become a full time position.
This summer while the program is getting up and running, the Campus Mentor will need to be in a position to be flexible with salary. Room and board will be covered, but weekly pay will be determined by the number of participants in the program.
The job positions are both located in Dahlonega.
Please either email completed job application, resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to PO Box 1781, Dahlonega, GA 30533.
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Northern Star Life Coach Job Description
Northern Star Campus Mentor Job Description
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Saturday March 12th, marked a turning point for Northern Star.
On that day, a group of students and adults from St. Micheal the Archangel Roman Catholic Church in Woodstock, GA gave up their Saturday to serve our community. One of their projects was the Northern Star property.
2 houses, 2 yards, 20 teenagers, 4 adults… By late afternoon, the group had accomplished more than one could’ve imagined: Carpet? Gone! Vinyl floors? Gone! They pulled, tugged, scrubbed, and sweated until the last possible moment.
We are so grateful, so humbled, for their help. And we are so excited for the next chapter in the life of this organization! Northern Star’s future, as well as the young adults it will serve, is bright, indeed.
The hard work paid off!!
Dirty Work with a Smile!!
An amazing group helped with the startup of amazing project!
Thank you again Life Teen of St. Michael’s!
We had an amazing night! Everyone enjoyed the wonderful entertainment and participating in the silent auction. A big thank you to Tim & Allison South for helping organize this event and prepare all of the delicious food!
Thank you to all of the volunteers, board members, and supporters who made this event a success!
Here are some photos from the evening.
If you have an interested in learning more about Northern Star, becoming involved, volunteering now or in the near future, helping with fundraising, and many more opportunities, please come join us for the first Northern Star Community Meeting.
It will be held in the Dahlonega Baptist Church Fellowship Hall. Enter through the back, downstairs doors of Dahlonega Baptist Church and come down the hall to the fellowship hall on your right. Hope to see you there!
With over 200 children attending Vacation Bible School (VBS) at Dahlonega Baptist Church this summer, the competition was on to see which class could raise the most money to support a “mystery” children’s organization in the community. This was part of the children’s mission this week, which they achieved – coming in well beyond their goal!
During Family Night on June 13th, while celebrating the close of an amazing week of VBS, the children’s director, Velvie Banister, revealed that Northern Star was chosen as the “mystery” organization to receive the money collected by the children during the week. Lindsey Oliver, Chair of the Northern Star’s Board of Directors, and Mandy Williams, the organization’s Executive Director, were honored to receive the donation, which totaled $1698 from the children, families, and volunteers of VBS. Ms. Banister went on to challenge the families in attendance to see if they could get the total money collected for the week to reach $2000, and by the end of the night donations had exceeded the $2000 challenge!
Northern Star would like to thank all of the children, families, volunteers, and directors of VBS for this amazing donation. Your support means so much to us!