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Janie Butts Reid

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Case Manager

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Action Ministries Inc
17 Executive Park Drive NE Suite 540
Atlanta, Georgia 30329
United States

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Background

Employment History

  • Executive Director
    Eatonton-Putnam Family Connection
  • Fiscal Agent
    Family Connection

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Butler-Baker High School
18 Total References
Web References
Janie Butts Reid, Case ...
actionministries.net, 30 May 2014 [cached]
Janie Butts Reid, Case Manager
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Born and raised in Putnam County, Janie is a 1970 graduate of Butler-Baker High School. She attended Georgia College and State University, and she is a member of the Greater Bell's Chapel Baptist Church. Janie was the first black person to be employed at a major grocery store in Eatonton, the first black person to work at Putnam County Courthouse and the first black Dairy Festival Queen of Putnam County. Reid says that her role models were her parents who always said, "You can do it. Janie and her husband have two daughters and four grandchildren.
ACCG : About ACCG
www.accg.org, 18 April 2014 [cached]
Janie Reid, Putnam County
Central Georgia Technical ...
www.msgr.com, 14 July 2011 [cached]
Central Georgia Technical College recently contacted Janie Reid, Eatonton-Putnam Family Connection's Community Coordinator, as well as a county commissioner, and talked to her about extending to Eatonton a program for middle school students that they were already conducting in Macon.
They told Reid if she could come up with some middle schoolers, high and low achievers, to take the program, they would supply each one with a computer, hook them all up and program the computers with tutorial software to teach math, reading and writing, plus send other instructors in subjects such as conflict resolution and building character.
She did and they have.
Reid went to the Putnam County Middle School principal, at that time Fernando Aker, and parents in the community to locate the students on such short notice.
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"They do pre-tests and post-tests," Reid said, "and already we're seeing improvement."
County Commissioner Janie ...
www.msgr.com, 22 June 2009 [cached]
County Commissioner Janie Reid sees many of the same people turn out for organized food giveaways in Eatonton. Saturday morning, however, Reid noticed "a lot of new people, different faces" showing up to take advantage of the food distribution at God of Peace Ministries Inc., 601 S. Jefferson Ave.
A truck carrying an estimated 5,000 pounds of food parked outside the church's recreation center at 8 a.m. Saturday. Two organizations, Golden Harvest and the Manna Truck, provided fresh produce, bread, frozen meats, dried beans and canned goods to Putnam County residents fortunate enough to learn of the delivery on relatively short notice.
Reid, director of Family Connections, and a few volunteers spent at least the first hour of the distribution signing up new recipients.
Part of the lot - peaches and bread - was free for anyone, but people had to meet specific USDA income guidelines to receive most of the food.
Reid encouraged the people to take 30 seconds of their time to fill out the paperwork. Reid was concerned some of the people would turn away after learning about the need to fill out forms, but turns out the group was quiet and orderly and nearly everyone in line qualified for a box-load of USDA items.
"In the past, there were no forms to fill out," Reid said, noting she will keep the papers on file in her office only to be prepared in case the USDA sends a representative to keep tabs on the program's documentation.
The Eatonton Messenger
www.msgr.com, 6 July 2005 [cached]
Family Connection director Janie Reid asked the council to serve as the fiscal agent for Family Connection because the Putnam County Board of Education refused to continue to serve as the program's fiscal agent.
According to Reid, she received "an ugly phone call" (from someone with the board) telling her the board would not serve as the program's fiscal agent.The call came after last month's city council meeting when Reid asked the City of Eatonton to serve as the fiscal agent for Communities in School.
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