Atlantic Coast Conservancy building will be on the Dec. 2 Holiday Tour of Homes.
The Aces Youth Home (ACES), will hold its first annual Holiday Tour of Homes in Jasper. Presented by Piedmont Mountainside, this year’s walking tour will take place this Sunday, December 2nd from 2 until 7 p.m. and will feature five decorated homes on South Main Street in Jasper.
Our feature for this week will include the highly anticipated new Atlantic Coast Conservancy building located at 80 South Main Street. The new building consists of 5,170 square feet on .40 acre. According to Robert Keller (CEO), the building is the first building in Jasper to have fiber optic cable for high speed internet access. For lighting, the building relies heavily upon energy efficient ambient lighting on the main floor and lofts. The building has reused
Other homes on the tour include the home of Tim and Mary Ghorley, Luke and Katie Copeland, Sonny and Karen Proctor, and Becky Denney/David Keller.
The mission of ACES Youth Home is to provide temporary and long-term residential placement and care for both boys and girls ages 11-18. We provide a safe, secure and nurturing home for youths who have been victims of abuse or neglect. We help children discover their strengths and learn to cope with the crises in their lives. We strive to recognize the value and dignity of each individual we serve.
Donations can be mailed to ACES Youth Home, 133 Cares Drive, Jasper, GA 30143.