Thursday, January 24, 2013
Don't miss Friday's Help for Homeowners event to meet in-person with mortgage experts and HUD-approved housing counselors for assistance at no cost.
Thursday, January 24
Congressman David Scott (GA-13), in partnership with the U.S. Departments of Treasury and Housing and Urban Development (HUD), announced the Making Home Affordable “Help for Homeowners Event” at the Cobb Galleria Centre 1-8 p.m. this Friday. Homeowners who are struggling to make mortgage payments or refinance should attend to meet in-person with mortgage servicers and HUD-approved housing counselors for assistance at no cost. With Georgia currently ranked fifth in the nation for foreclosures, Congressman Scott is teaming up with the Obama Administration for the third consecutive year to organize Help for Homeowners Events in Atlanta and strengthen the area housing market by helping more struggling homeowners prevent avoidable foreclosures…
Monday, May 7, 2012
Akayla Hill of Pebblebrook High received a $1,000 scholarship and her artwork will hang in Scott's office for one year.
Pebblebrook High student Akayla Hill was recently named one of the state's top five winners in Congressman David Scott (GA-13)'s 10 annual Congressional High School Art Competition, which awards more than $25,000 in scholarships for the top winners of his tenth annual. “This year’s exhibit was extraordinary. I am so proud of the students who participated and showcased their stunning artwork,” said Scott. “Our art competition presents an opportunity for our students to have their art professionally displayed and to earn scholarships. I am honored to recognize our top winners for their exceptional artistic achievements, and I encourage all of this year’s participants to continue to set high goals for themselves.” Akayla won fourth place …
Saturday, February 4, 2012
Three Mableton residents were among the 23 nominees who will be honored in a ceremony today.
Congressman David Scott’s selected three young Mableton residents as part of his 23 nominees to United States military academies. All the nominees will be honored in a ceremony today at the National Archives Center in Morrow. "Without question, each of the students to be honored in my ceremony next week possesses these qualities and more," Scott said. "I salute these outstanding young Americans and their commitment to service.” Scott nominated Aaron Churchill and Michael Richards Jr., Mableton residents, to the U.S. Military Academy and U.S Naval Academy, respectively. Maj. Larry Moyers, Campbell High School JROTC, called Churchill “one of the finest young men I have had the privilege to work with in many years.” Moyers said Churchill …