IN APPRECIATION OF OUR MOTHERS

By | May 06, 2009

  A Mother loves right from the start. She holds her baby close to her heart. The bond that grows will never falter. Her love is so strong it will never alter. A Mother gives never ending Love. She never feels that she has given enough. For you she will always do her best. Constantly working, there’s no time to … Continue reading “IN APPRECIATION OF OUR MOTHERS”

Pete Liakakis Recognized by ACCG

By | May 06, 2009

The Association of County Commissioners of Georgia (ACCG) recognized Chatham County Commission Chairman, Pete Liakakis at their annual meeting in Savannah. Chairman Liakakis received the County Legislative Advocate Award “for His Leadership and Service to Georgia’s Counties” by virtue of his tireless efforts of working with the Legislature for the betterment of all counties in Georgia. This was the first … Continue reading “Pete Liakakis Recognized by ACCG”

Savannah State holds Annual Scholarship Gala

By | May 06, 2009

Georgia Funeral Service Practitioner’s Association to Convene

By | May 06, 2009

The Georgia Funeral Service Practitioners Association, Inc. (GFSPA) will hold its 84th annual convention and exhibition May 10-13th, 2009 at the Savannah Civic Center in Savannah, Georgia. Conveners will engage in meetings and sessions offering quality continuing education on topics of interest to funeral service professionals. The exhibition will provide suppliers an opportunity to showcase funeral supplies, services and other … Continue reading “Georgia Funeral Service Practitioner’s Association to Convene”

Welcome Georgia Funeral Service Practitioners Association, Inc.

By | May 06, 2009

National Funeral Directors and Morticians Association is a membership association of professional funeral directors and morticians and embalmers, whose members and members-at-large are also members of state associations of funeral directors, morticians and embalmers dedicated to promoting the common professional and business interests of its members. The National Funeral Directors and Morticians Association was organized under the name of the … Continue reading “Welcome Georgia Funeral Service Practitioners Association, Inc.”

Get Serious About Quitting

By | May 06, 2009

Smoking, that is. Smoking cigarettes is one of the worst of the common bad habits we have, and the worst for preventable health hazards and unnecessary early death. Some folk I know, who enjoy smoking say they can quit anytime they want, deny that they are addicted, and later find that quitting is more difficult than they thought. Scientists estimate … Continue reading “Get Serious About Quitting”

Health Department Monitoring for Swine Flu; No Local Cases Reported

By | May 06, 2009

As of Wednesday, April 29, 2009, no known cases of swine flu have been reported in the state of Georgia. However, the Chatham County Health Department is continuing to monitor for the disease as the virus spreads to more people and more states throughout the U.S. “Flu viruses can spread rapidly, so even though we have no local cases right … Continue reading “Health Department Monitoring for Swine Flu; No Local Cases Reported”

City Seeks Proposals for Cultural Services for 2010

By | May 06, 2009

The City of Savannah’s Cultural Affairs Commission has issued a “Request for Proposals” for the 2010 Contracts for Cultural Services program. The deadline for applications will be Monday, July 6 at 5 p.m. Funding will be available in three categories: Cultural Education and Access; Festivals; and Cultural Tourism. To be eligible for consideration, an organization must have a nonprofit 501(c) … Continue reading “City Seeks Proposals for Cultural Services for 2010”

Flournoy Accepts Membership in NSCS

By | May 06, 2009

Alexis M. Flournoy of Savannah has accepted membership in The National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS). Alexis will be honored during an Induction Convocation this fall on the campus of Georgia Institute of Technology. “NSCS is more than just a symbol of academic achievement. Membership gives students access to a number of amazing benefits – including career and networking resources, … Continue reading “Flournoy Accepts Membership in NSCS”

Tremont Temple hosts first Taste of Tremont

By | May 06, 2009

On Saturday, April 25, the members of Tremont Temple Missionary Baptist Church hosted the first Taste of Tremont at the church. The event gave the men of the church the opportunity to show off their culinary skills. Winners included: Meat 1- Rev. Bready-Dea. Joseph Carter- Bro. Nate Moon 2- Bro. Kenneth Baker, Jr. 3-Bro. Michael Kaigler Veggie: 1-Dea. Larry Varner … Continue reading “Tremont Temple hosts first Taste of Tremont”