Class of 1963

By | September 07, 2011

The Annual Picnic held each September by the Class of 1963 will be 4PM – 7PM Saturday, September 10, 20 II at Lake Mayer- Pavilion 2 on Montgomery Crossroads. Classmates are urged to attend and enjoy the fun (games, music, other activities) and Seafood. Hot dogs and Hamburgers will also be available. You may also want to bring other prepared … Continue reading “Class of 1963”

Boys & Girls Clubs

By | September 07, 2011

Registration for the 2011-2012 after school program. Now accepting applications for grades: K – 12.: Hours: 3:30 p – 7:00 pm for ages 5-12; 3:30p – 9:00 pm for ages 13-18; and 3:30 p – 11:00 pm on Fridays for ages 13-18. Snacks & Dinner, Homework Assistance, and Boys & Girls Club Programming offered daily. Units are located at 801 … Continue reading “Boys & Girls Clubs”

Broughton St. to Transform For Fashion’s Night Out

By | September 07, 2011

More than 35 downtown retail stores will hold special events as part of Savannah’s inaugural Fashion’s Night Out, which will transform Broughton Street into a mini-Milan for the evening. Broughton will become pedestrian-only for the event, allowing room for shoppers to mix and mingle and enjoy musical performances, art installations, home-grown designers and a fashion show set on a dramatic … Continue reading “Broughton St. to Transform For Fashion’s Night Out”

Hickman Qualifies for District 5 Seat

By | September 07, 2011

Warren P. Hickman has qualified as 5th District City Alderman candidate today with City of Savannah Clerk of Council Dyanne C. Reese at City Hall. Hickman is general manager of K Shuttle, a tourism travel service. A single father who raised his four children, he also has been active in the Chatham County Democratic Party, recently serving as vice chairman. … Continue reading “Hickman Qualifies for District 5 Seat”

One Georgia Child Will Win $1,529 Toward a Path2College 529 Plan

By | September 07, 2011

Coloring is perhaps one of the first activities a child embarks upon on his or her educational journey, creating a foundation for creativity and a lifetime of learning. This September, coloring can also help create a financial foundation for one Georgia child. In recognition of College Savings Month, the Path2College 529 Plan is holding a coloring sweepstakes where one child … Continue reading “One Georgia Child Will Win $1,529 Toward a Path2College 529 Plan”

The Yellow Rose IDEA Launches Etiquette In Full Bloom

By | September 07, 2011

An etiquette training program for young adults and youth ages 13-19 called Etiquette In Full Bloom has been launched in the Savannah area by Vicki Minor. The courses are designed to teach and restore good old-fashioned manners and respect that has declined among our youth. A full one day seminar will be held at the Savannah Marriott Riverfront, 100 General … Continue reading “The Yellow Rose IDEA Launches Etiquette In Full Bloom”

Georgia Historical Society and Georgia Public Broadcasting Launch Today in Georgia History

By | September 07, 2011

The Georgia Historical Society (GHS) and Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPB) are pleased to announce the launch of Today in Georgia History, a new educational program that includes daily television and radio segments focusing on significant people and events associated with a particular day in Georgia history. Episodes began airing daily September 1, 2011 on GPB. The short segments are also … Continue reading “Georgia Historical Society and Georgia Public Broadcasting Launch Today in Georgia History”

Junior League of Savannah Thrift Sale Set for September 23rd and 24th

By | September 07, 2011

The Junior League of Savannah announces that the sixty-forth annual Junior League Thrift Sale will be held September 23rd and 24th at the Savannah Civic Center in the Martin Luther King Area. This year’s event is sponsored by our community partners; SunTrust Bank, Savannah Bank, and Savannah Land Trust. Admission is $5 on Friday and $3 on Saturday. Tickets are … Continue reading “Junior League of Savannah Thrift Sale Set for September 23rd and 24th”

Kachmar Sworn In as 4th District School Board Representative

By | September 07, 2011

In a scheduled Oath of Office Ceremony the newly appointed school Board member, Shawn A. Kachmar, was officially sworn in to serve as the District 4 Representative of the Savannah-Chatham County Board of Public Education. The event was held on Friday, August 26th at the District’s Central office. In front of an audience that comprised of school Board members, community … Continue reading “Kachmar Sworn In as 4th District School Board Representative”

Sports with Walter Moore

By | September 07, 2011

Albany State 37 Savannah State 34 Stanley Jennings scored on a 12 yard run with 19 seconds left to lift Albany State to a 37- 34 win over Savannah State in the Music City Classic played in Macon’s Henderson Stadium. the crowd of 7,105 saw ASU take a 19-0 lead before the Tigers prevented the shutout when Derek Williams kicked … Continue reading “Sports with Walter Moore”