Lantern Parade

More than 10,000 people lit the Eastside Trail with lanterns at the 2013 Lantern Parade.
Photo Credit: Sinan Sinharoy

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Volunteer Spotlight

posted in Volunteer Spotlight // 07/14/14
The Atlanta BeltLine is an exciting project, and it attracts a lot of amazing volunteers for a variety of reasons. Nathaniel Evans is one volunteer that not only enjoys helping the project along, but loves the spirit of volunteerism that comes along with working with other passionate volunteers. Drawn to the project by the opportunity […] Read more
The great thing about our superstar volunteers is that they don’t just talk the talk about the Atlanta BeltLine – they walk the walk, too. One of these superstars is Carly Queen. Carly has taken her hands-on experience as a volunteer to the next level, organizing cleanups and walks along the Atlanta BeltLine and developing […] Read more
posted in Learn, Volunteer, Volunteer Spotlight // 11/07/13
The Atlanta BeltLine is an enormous program, and a lot of our projects could not get off the ground without the help of volunteers. Ryne Raymond is one of those volunteers – Ryne was involved with the Atlanta BeltLine before he even knew it was the Atlanta BeltLine. As an Inman Park resident, he’d bike […] Read more
posted in Volunteer, Volunteer Spotlight // 06/06/13
Our volunteers come from a variety of backgrounds and have all sorts of different interests, but they also have one thing in common: they are selfless. Tom Gordon is one of those volunteers. A self-proclaimed software geek, Tom has worked as a microbiologist, an economist, a statistician, a software engineer, and an officer in the […] Read more
posted in Volunteer, Volunteer Spotlight // 05/08/13
An Atlanta native, Evan Ziegler took an early interest in architecture and transportation. He explored neighborhood developments as a kid and took drafting courses in high school. His first internship as an accounting student at the University of Georgia led him to discover that accounting might not be the career for him, so he decided […] Read more
Jason Abbott loves the fact that his condo building, The Belvedere, has a front door onto the Atlanta BeltLine and into Piedmont Park. That “front door” has come a long way in the past few years thanks to the work of Jason and fellow residents of The Belvedere along with Mike Ferreira and his team […] Read more
On sunny Saturday, March 16, Adopt the Atlanta BeltLine group Inman Alley hit the trail to pick up trash as part of their monthly clean-ups. The volunteer project comes in advance of the native grass planting now getting underway on the Eastside Trail. Inman Alley has adopted the segment of the Eastside Trail from N. […] Read more
Our very special Adopt the Atlanta BeltLine groups help to build this project a little more every time they get out on the trail for a clean-up. The following blog post highlights our three adopters who share responsibility for a stretch of interim hiking trail in southwest Atlanta – from I-20 north to Napoleon Drive. Here is […] Read more
Dennis and his wife Faye felt that they were destined to live on the Atlanta BeltLine from the time it was merely a kernel of an idea. After migrating south from Baltimore in 1997, they renovated a 100-year-old bungalow in Inman Park and, about ten years later, downsized to a condo in Grinnell Lofts directly […] Read more
posted in Volunteer Spotlight // 11/26/12
As a kid-turned-young-adult growing up in New Orleans, Jasmine couldn’t quite put her finger on what was missing in her life. She migrated to Portland, Oregon, where she met her boyfriend, Edward Smith, and the two of them moved to Atlanta together. As someone who never had a driver’s license, Jasmine always relied on her […] Read more
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