Category: The PEACH Pit General

Saving the world with masks

two women, one with a leopard print mask

The PEACH Pit recently partnered with Sew Blessed Alterations to provide face masks for employees at the Fort Valley Post Office. Kandace Marie Hodge, owner of Sew Blessed Alterations who works at The PEACH PIT, came up with the idea. She provided the fabric… Continue Reading “Saving the world with masks”

Navigating COVID-19 together

Understandably, the novel coronavirus pandemic has many people concerned. As we all navigate the impact of COVID-19, we’ve made some decisions about events at The PEACH Pit to keep our visitors, therapists and clients safe. We’re postponing the Horsepower and Heroes Retreat, scheduled for… Continue Reading “Navigating COVID-19 together”

POSTPONED: Get your tickets for the Loving Life Benefit Concert

Tickets now are on sale for the inaugural Loving Life Benefit Concert featuring Scott Helmer, with a special appearance by former Miss America Betty Cantrell Maxwell. Because of the odd times we’re living in, we’ve rescheduled the concert for *April 10, 2021. The concert… Continue Reading “POSTPONED: Get your tickets for the Loving Life Benefit Concert”

New save the date: Loving Life Benefit Concert April 10

The *April 10, 2021, concert features Scott Helmer, a musician, songwriter and overall great performer. And in 2008, he was seconds away from committing suicide. Buying a ticket will help The PEACH Pit do its part to reduce Veteran and first responder suicides. Plus,… Continue Reading “New save the date: Loving Life Benefit Concert April 10”

Manure happens: Procrastinate no more

  Well, federal friends, today is officially the last day of the Combined Federal Campaign. You’ve wanted to give and have kept putting it off because stuff kept getting in the way. Manure happens. Today is the day to give to┬áThe PEACH Pit, CFC… Continue Reading “Manure happens: Procrastinate no more”

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