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”

Health Restoration Change Is Key To Success

By | October 05, 2011

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Telfair Museum Presents Slavery & Freedom in Savannah

By | October 05, 2011

Telfair Museums proudly announces the Slavery & Freedom in Savannah Symposium, scheduled for October 13-15, 2011. Led by national scholars Dr. Daina Ramey Berry, University of Texas at Austin, and Dr. Leslie M. Harris, Emory University, Slavery and Freedom in Savannah will kick off October 13, 2011, with a keynote lecture by Berry and Harris, at the Second African Baptist … Continue reading “Telfair Museum Presents Slavery & Freedom in Savannah”