Appreciation Dinner for Beach High Coach Ronald Booker

By | October 05, 2011

The Bulldogs of A.E. Beach High School cordially invited you to an Appreciation Dinner for Coach Ronald A. Booker, to be held October 15, 2011 at the A. E. High School Gymnasium, 6 p.m. To make a love donation, contact Dannette Bright Johnson at ( 912) 224-0818, or at danettebjohnson@yahoo.com. Coach Booker has been coaching at Beach for years. He … Continue reading “Appreciation Dinner for Beach High Coach Ronald Booker”

Resource and Job Expo set for Oct. 6 in Glynn County

By | October 05, 2011

The Georgia Department of Labor’s Brunswick Career Center, along with several other local organizations, will sponsor a resource and job expo for employers and job seekers Thursday, Oct. 6. It will be held from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Glynn Place Mall, located at 219 Mall Blvd. in Brunswick. Educational institutions and resource agencies will be available from 11 … Continue reading “Resource and Job Expo set for Oct. 6 in Glynn County”

Williams to Speak at EOA

By | October 05, 2011

Motivational Speaker Tawana Williams will speak on Thursday, October 6, 10 a.m. at the EOA Aaron L. Buchsbaum Learning Center, 1120 May Street. Williams has been traveling the United States since 1996 speaking and empowering people to live their best life. For many years she and her husband have used their own funds for these engagements. She also donates her … Continue reading “Williams to Speak at EOA”

Savannah to Host One of the Nation’s Largest Food Day Festivals

By | October 05, 2011

Local organizations are joining efforts to participate in Food Day-a national movement aimed at promoting healthy, sustainable, affordable, and just food systems in America. The national observance of Food Day is October 24th. Here in Savannah, the Savannah Chatham Food Policy Council, a coalition of local organizations focused on our local food system; and Well FED, a local organization and … Continue reading “Savannah to Host One of the Nation’s Largest Food Day Festivals”

Health Restoration Change Is Key To Success

By | October 05, 2011

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State Cuts Funding of Stroke and Heart Attack Prevention Program

By | October 05, 2011

Dr. James C. Metts, chairman of the Community Cardiovascular Council, announced that all state and federal funding ($170,000) for the agency’s service programs ended September 30, 2011. The Community Cardiovascular Council (CCC) has been providing free blood pressure screening and referral services, as well as low income clinic treatment services, for the past 43 years to the citizens of Chatham … Continue reading “State Cuts Funding of Stroke and Heart Attack Prevention Program”

Come Forth

By | October 05, 2011

(c.2011) Reverend Dr. Debora Y. Fonteneau Last night, I dreamt of Lazarus, who never grew old. Preserved in musty sheets, mottled papyrus, lore, and mystery Put out to sea, but not alone, condemned to preach freedom from death. Friends, neighbors, crowds, were his undoing, jealous of a respite from rest. Certainly he sat, helping to mend their nets; lent a … Continue reading “Come Forth”

Holy Convocation 2011 at Temple of Glory

By | October 05, 2011

It is in the unrivaled name of our precious Savior and Lord that I greet you through this brief letter. I pray that the blessings of heaven are continuously overtaking you, and that it is well with your souls. Our God is truly awesome, and we must never tire of lifting up His holy name. The Lord is great and … Continue reading “Holy Convocation 2011 at Temple of Glory”

Gospel Explosion at First African Baptist Church

By | October 05, 2011

The 2011 Gospel Music Explosion will be held Friday, October 14, 2011, 7:00 p.m. at First African Baptist Church, 23 Montgomery Street. This will be an uplifting gospel music concert that will be filled with praise and worship through song and dance. You don’t want to miss this live film production! This film production will feature: First African Baptist Church … Continue reading “Gospel Explosion at First African Baptist Church”

Trinity United to hold Concert Series

By | October 05, 2011

Trinity United Methodist Church on Telfair Square launches its Pipe Organ Project (POP) concert series on Saturday, October 15, with a Burying the Blues celebration. It will feature the restored Moeller pipe organ, the choirs of First Bryan Baptist Church and Trinity as well as the The Wildcats Branch Dixieland Band. Everyone can come bury the blues! The free event … Continue reading “Trinity United to hold Concert Series”