Savannah Filmmakers Win Big at Africa Movie Academy Awards

By | April 20, 2011

“Stubborn As A Mule!” won a 2011 Africa Movie Academy Award (AMAA) for the Best Diaspora Documentary. The Africa Movie Academy Awards are highly regarded as the African Oscars. The star-studded awards ceremony was held at the Gloryland Cultural Centre, Yenagoa, Bayelsa State, Nigeria on Sunday, March 27, 2011. The 2011 AMAA’s hosted filmmakers from throughout the continent of Africa … Continue reading “Savannah Filmmakers Win Big at Africa Movie Academy Awards”

Lester’s Florist Receives FTD Top Member Award

By | April 20, 2011

Lester’s Florist received the FTD Top Member Award. As a part of the honor, the Florist received a congratulatory letter from Rob Apatoff, President of FTD and a plaque to display in the shop. “Your FTD Top Member status is a great achievement,” Apatoff said in his letter. “You are a leader in the floral industry, and we are honored … Continue reading “Lester’s Florist Receives FTD Top Member Award”

Discover Savannah. Again.

By | April 20, 2011

The City of Savannah will unveil Ebb & Flow: Life and Community in Eastern Savannah, with a book signing and reception on Thursday, May 19, 2011, at 5 pm at Telfair Museum’s Jepson Center, 207 W. York Street. The event is free of admission charges and open to the general public. Ebb & Flow is the result of a City-sponsored … Continue reading “Discover Savannah. Again.”

Funding Cuts and Restructuring at Curtis V. Cooper Primary Health Care, Inc.

By | April 20, 2011

Founded in 1974 as Westside Comprehensive Health Center, Curtis V. Cooper Primary Health Care, Inc. (CVCPHC) provides primary health care services to residents in Chatham County and the City of Savannah. At two health centers located at 106 E. Broad Street and 2 Roberts Street medical services are provided to approximately 17,884 residents annually, regardless of their ability to pay. … Continue reading “Funding Cuts and Restructuring at Curtis V. Cooper Primary Health Care, Inc.”

Solomons Appointed Interim Director of Telfair Museums

By | April 20, 2011

The Board of Trustees of Telfair Museums announced the unanimous appointment of Cathy Edel Solomons as the museum’s interim director while it undertakes a national search for the next director of the institution. Solomons will officially start following the conclusion of the Telfair’s Annual Meeting on May 19 and will oversee the day-today operations of the museum. Solomons is currently … Continue reading “Solomons Appointed Interim Director of Telfair Museums”

The Epidemic is NOT Over:A Call To Action

By | April 20, 2011

After 30 years since the first reported HIV case, national statistics indicate that there are over a million people in the United States living with HIV/AIDS. Over two thirds of those persons do not know they are infected. Out of the reported 56,000 annual HIV infections in the United States, over 57% of the cases are among people of color. … Continue reading “The Epidemic is NOT Over:A Call To Action”

Longshoremen’s Association to Hold Annual Banquet and Anniversary Celebration Service

By | April 20, 2011

The Savannah International Longshoremen Retirees will be hosting their annual Banquet on Saturday April 23, 2011 at the International Longshormen’s Association Local No. 1414’s Joseph White Banquet Room located at 221 N.E. Lathrop Avenue. The speaker for this occasion will be County Commissioner James Holmes. The cost per ticket is $20.00. For ticket information please call Mr. Dallas Borrum at … Continue reading “Longshoremen’s Association to Hold Annual Banquet and Anniversary Celebration Service”

Ebenezer Creek: One More River to Cross

By | April 20, 2011

Love-It-Productions is proud to present the production of Ebenezer Creek: One More River to Cross. This play will be presented May 7- 8 at the Liberty County Performing Arts Center, Flemington, Ga. Ebenezer Creek is a location in Effingham County Georgia where hundreds of freed black slaves were abandoned during General Sherman’s march during the American Civil War. After the … Continue reading “Ebenezer Creek: One More River to Cross”

Health Restoration

By | April 20, 2011

Nutrition is the key to a healthy life. It is time to get the right information about what health is, and what constitutes a healthy choice. I bring to clients the newest and best information on how to stop the progression of illness, and where possible to reverse illness. We have been able to bring considerable, measurable results in nearly … Continue reading “Health Restoration”

Jenkins High School Students Receives Great Advice

By | April 20, 2011

On Wednesday April 13, HV Jenkins High School students gathered on the track field as the Teen Maze Program reenacted a scene from an actual accident that injured one driver but killed the other. The plan was to demonstrate how risky behavior such as drinking and driving can crucially impact your life as well as the lives of others. As … Continue reading “Jenkins High School Students Receives Great Advice”