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Reid Memorial Presbyterian Church to celebrate centennial

...Way and Johns Road that it continues to occupy. Robert A. Reid, who built the house next door now known as the Alan Fuqua Center, bequeathed the land and $8,000 for the church's construction and requested that it be named either the Louisa...
Young Life's new leader comes home

...Episcopal Day School across the street from Bagby's new office in the back of Reid Memorial Presbyterian Church's Alan Fuqua Center. Bagby went there as a kid."It's great to be back," he said.
This day in the Millennium: May 5

...Holleyman was named head of Augusta Orphan Asylum. 1960: A Mennonite community settled near Wrens, Ga. 1974: The Alan Fuqua Center was formally dedicated. 1976: Richmond County voters rejected a city-county unification plan by a vote of 13...
Amen Corner

...Reid Memorial Presbyterian Church and Woodlawn United Methodist Church. WHEN: 11 a.m. Sunday in front of the Alan Fuqua Center, 2249 Walton Way QUOTE: "There are three churches on the same block," said the Rev. Leslie Holmes, of Reid...
Your Faith
J.B. Fuqua Atlanta, became Fuqua Industries in 1965. His greatest contribution to Augusta outside of broadcasting is the Alan Fuqua Center which opened in 1974 in the 1849 "Montrose" mansion on Walton Way. Mr. and Mrs. Fuqua purchased the home and...
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To preserve and protect

...but inviting rather than imposing, and others delightfully small. One of the most striking buildings is now the Alan Fuqua Center for Reid Memorial Presbyterian Church, but which was first built in the 1840s as a family estate known simply as...
Editorials | Augusta National Golf Club
Founder of radio, TV outlets is honored

...ASU, to become part of the University System of Georgia. In a tribute to his son's memory, he established the Alan Fuqua Center on Walton Way and donated it to Reid Memorial Presbyterian Church. He also funded the Fuqua Heart Center at Piedmont...
Life shaped by leading, giving

...enjoyed the challenge more than anything else," he said. Among his charitable contributions in Augusta is the Alan Fuqua Center, named after his son, who died in a plane crash at age 18. Mr. Fuqua donated the Walton Way property to Reid...