Thank you for making The Dazzling Stars of Atlanta a success.

powered_by.png, 1 kB
Home arrow History
History PDF Print E-mail

A seed of passion and concern for the elderly was planted in the arms of two sisters, Sandra P. Lacefield and Irene M. Richardson, while taking a class on gerontology at Georgia State University. The class required that the sisters create a community project around any unmet need of the elderly. A meeting in April of 1985 in the basement of St. Mark AME Church saw a class project become a living organization. The meeting was attended by the two sisters, their mother Lillie R. Campbell, and five other seniors; Doris Durham, Eleanor Harper, Clara Huff, Lena Phillips, and Ethel Rice. A short three months later on July 29, QLS was incorporated as a non-profit organization.

Our doors serve as access to the empowerment of seniors regardless of societal classisfications. Come see what we're about.



Dr. Eula Cohen
Board of Directors President

Irene M. Richardson
Executive Director

4001 Danforth Rd.
P.O. Box 311045
Atlanta, GA 30331
(404) 699-1686


Grants to Green


©2008 Quality Living Services, Inc. All Rights Reserved.