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Hometown Heroes

We are highlighting four locals who have impacted our community in big ways

Dr. Allan Joseph, MD

Women’s Health of Augusta

Over the last twenty-four years, Allan has provided Obstetrics and Gynecological care for women in the Augusta area and delivered well over five thousand babies. “I love going to work as I have wonderful partners and great staff, but the best part of our practice are our patients,” he shares. “Our close knit CSRA community lends itself to developing long term relationships with our patients. It is always an honor to see people about town that I’ve had the privilege of being involved in their care, sometimes during pivotal moments in their lives like the birth of their child.”

For more information on services offered through Women’s Health of Augusta, visit

Brittany Hutto

Project Refresh

Project Refresh is a non-profit mobile shower that serves those experiencing homelessness or home insecurity. “We are an eighteen foot mobile shower unit that houses two shower stalls, one of which is handicap accessible. Both stalls have air conditioning, heat, hot water, cold water, a toilet, and a sink,” says Brittany Hutto, one of the four ladies that started Project Refresh in 2020. “We all work within healthcare, and know the impact that hygiene plays in overall wellness. So we wanted to provide a safe space for people to shower off and get clean. We provide them with all the stuff they need to walk away feeling better, from toiletries to clean clothes. Sometimes people forget how taking a shower can make you feel, and we wanted to find a way to give back to our community that promotes health and wellness in a new way for Augusta and surrounding areas,” she shares.

Project Refresh is on a mission to change the perception of homelessness and restore the dignity and hope that a shower can bring. For more information about Project Refresh or to donate supplies and volunteer, please visit To stay up to date on what Project Refresh is doing in our community, follow them on Facebook at Project Refresh - Augusta, and Instagram at @projectrefresh_augusta.

Patrisia Miller, Secretary 

Augusta Elks Lodge #205

The Augusta Elks Lodge #205 has always been big supporters of the community and especially our veterans. They have done many things such as donating school supplies to local schools, serving sandwiches every month to veteran hospitals, donating guitars to veterans who wish to learn to play, hosting a dance for special needs adults every fall, and so much more! 

If you are interested in helping or becoming a member of the Augusta Elks Lodge #205, please call Patrisia Miller at 706-726-2070. The Augusta Elks Lodge #205 is located at 205 Elkdom Ct, Augusta, GA.


Golden Harvest Food Bank

Lola is a student at Siegler’s Karate Center. At their Spooky to Be Hungry Celebration, Siegler’s Karate Center won 1st place business award and Lola received a Youth Leadership Award! Lola had raised money for the Golden Harvest Food Bank and received a large amount of donations! 

Golden Harvest Food Bank is a volunteer-driven, non-profit organization that provides quality food to those in need. For more information on how you can help or volunteer, please visit

  • Dr. Allan Joseph
  • Elk's Lodge