Banquet Held in Honor of Prophetess Hazel Scott

By | June 06, 2012

On Saturday, June 2, 2012 a banquet was held at Carey Hilliards on Abercorn to honor Prophetess Hazel Scott and her 30 years of Ministry. Many of her family and friends gathered to celebrate her 30 years of labor. “It has been an honor to serve God and his people as an ordained Shepard of the Gospel of Jesus Christ” … Continue reading “Banquet Held in Honor of Prophetess Hazel Scott”

The Beach Institute Holds Art Exhibitions

By | June 06, 2012

Come join us and see the following exhibitions at the Beach Institute, located at 502 East Harris Street, throughout June. Ulysses Davis Folk Art Collection-East Gallery of the Beach Institute The Ulysses Davis Folk Art Collection is the centerpiece of the Institute’s Permanent Collection and showcases over 230 plus wood sculptures by the artist. A Savannah barber with an extraordinary … Continue reading “The Beach Institute Holds Art Exhibitions”

Union Mission Promotes Sanders to Director of Finance

By | June 06, 2012

Union Mission, a leading non-profit organization dedicated to reducing homelessness throughout the greater Savannah area, recently promoted Luella Sanders to director of finance. In her new position, Sanders’ responsibilities include administering payroll, coordinating year-end audits and implementing updates to accounting programs. “Luella’s enthusiasm, expertise, integrity and experience go a long way here at Union Mission,” said Frances Carter, president and … Continue reading “Union Mission Promotes Sanders to Director of Finance”

City to Purchase Oglethorpe Lot for New Police Headquarters

By | June 06, 2012

The city of Savannah is a couple of days away from acquiring property for a new police headquarters. However it is also seeking land for a new Central Precinct. Those close to the project say the contract is in the final stages of development; this comes after years of hard work to lockdown the purchase of the vacant lot, located … Continue reading “City to Purchase Oglethorpe Lot for New Police Headquarters”

Miller Appointed Cultural Affairs Commissioner

By | June 06, 2012

Carl Anthony Miller was recently appointed to serve on Savannah’s Cultural Affairs Commission. The Cultural Affairs Commission, an advisory board appointed by the Mayor and Aldermen, meets annually to recommend purchases of cultural services from eligible organizations within the community. The services include a variety of programs such as theatrical and dance productions, classes, youth camps, workshops, visual art programs, … Continue reading “Miller Appointed Cultural Affairs Commissioner”

Gary Guyton to Host Coastal Georgia Kids & Pros Sports Festival

By | June 06, 2012

The Pro Sports Festival, hosted by NFL player Gary Guyton will be held June 24-25, 2012 in Hinesville and will feature a variety of events involving NFL players. The event is produced in partnership with Flying Colors Sports, a marketing and community relations firm that works with pro athletes. The festival kicks off Sunday at 6:00 pm with the Coastal … Continue reading “Gary Guyton to Host Coastal Georgia Kids & Pros Sports Festival”

Shapedown, Nation’s Leading Weight Management Program For Children.

By | June 06, 2012

St. Joseph’s/Candler presents SHAPEDOWN: an age-specific, behavior modification intervention that addresses the food, activity, psychosocial and family system issues, which frequently underlie weight or eating problems. SHAPEDOWN is a two week summer camp which is from 8:30am- 4:30pm, June 18-29 or July 9-20 at the The Wellness Center, Candler Hospital, 5353 Reynolds St. Participants are taught specific skills to remedy … Continue reading “Shapedown, Nation’s Leading Weight Management Program For Children.”

Marian Pelote Announces Retirement

By | June 06, 2012

Marian Pelote, school nurse at J.H.C. Butler Elementary announces her retirement effective July 1, 2012. She served the Savannah/Chatham County Board of Public Education School district for twenty years. The school’s “Sunshine” will host a retirement banquet in her honor along with six other retirees, Mrs. Albertha Collier, Ms. Ollie V. Frazier, Mrs. Vivian Hunt, Mrs. Deborah Macarin, Mrs. Betty … Continue reading “Marian Pelote Announces Retirement”

Toran A. Gilliard to Receive a Master’s in Business Administration

By | June 06, 2012

The president and faculty of the University of Phoenix are proud to announce that Toran Antawan Gilliard is a candidate to receive a Master’s in Business Administration (Project Manager). Toran is the eldest of Sharon G. Smith (Lawyer) and the late Joseph Gilliard and Ronald Smith and the grandson of Dea. Albert Lawyer, Sr. and Louise Lawyer and is the … Continue reading “Toran A. Gilliard to Receive a Master’s in Business Administration”

Long Standing Officer Retires After 27 Years on the Force

By | June 06, 2012

Florentino “Tony” Lopez retired with much hesitance after many years of dedicated service to the Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department. Star Corporal Lopez is much beloved by the community and the officers alike. Tony was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. He attended Saint Marks grade school and graduated Holy Trinity High School in 76. He joined the army in ‘77 … Continue reading “Long Standing Officer Retires After 27 Years on the Force”