President Obama Hits the Fundraising Trail

By | June 13, 2012

President Obama hits the the fundraising trail and puts campaigning on hold. It is a good possibility that the president could raise 3.6 million or more. He is scheduled to attend a myriad of fundraisers in Maryland and Pennsylvania, six in total. The president will make stops in Owings Mills and Baltimore Maryland. Next, its off to Philadelphia for three … Continue reading “President Obama Hits the Fundraising Trail”

The Savannah Children’s Museum Holds Ribbon Cutting

By | June 13, 2012

The Savannah Children’s Museum held its ribbon cutting June 9 in historic downtown Savannah. “I’m excited that so many people showed up. The Coastal Heritage Society has such a talented team of craftsman that work magic to create this whimsical space for all of Savannah to enjoy,” Patricia Knight, director of marketing for the Savannah Children’s Museum said. The new … Continue reading “The Savannah Children’s Museum Holds Ribbon Cutting”

Savannah Celebrates Juneteenth

By | June 13, 2012

Juneteenth is a historic celebration commemorating the end of slavery in the United States and is celebrated annually on June 19. Also known as “Freedom Day” or Emancipation Day” it is recognized as the day the last slaves in America were set free. The celebration is already recognized in 41 states as an official holiday, and now several citizens are … Continue reading “Savannah Celebrates Juneteenth”

Johnson High Student Receives D.E.C.A. Scholarship

By | June 13, 2012

Sol C. Johnson High School Senior, Corliss J. Best, was awarded the first annual Distributive Education Clubs of America Scholarship in the amount of $500 on Wednesday, June 6, 2012 at the Annual Career Tech Student Organization Awards Banquet, held at Carey Hilliard’s Skidaway Road. Sol C. Johnson High School’s D.E.C.A. Chapter is the first chapter to award an academic … Continue reading “Johnson High Student Receives D.E.C.A. Scholarship”

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By | June 13, 2012

Series of Events and Exhibitions Highlight “Journey to Beloved Community”

By | June 13, 2012

After 34 years of relationship building, one person at a time, Chatham-Savannah Citizen Advocacy is partnering with internationally acclaimed social change innovator Dr. Beth Mount, the Telfair Museum and nationally recognized sculptor and artist Jerome Meadows to bring several exhibitions and presentations — titled “Journey to the Beloved Community” to Savannah. Journey to the Beloved Community: Story Quilts by Beth … Continue reading “Series of Events and Exhibitions Highlight “Journey to Beloved Community””

Students Excel at World Finals

By | June 13, 2012

Several teams from the Savannah-Chatham County Public School System participated in the state Odyssey of the Mind Tournament in Columbus, Georgia, and advanced to World Finals in Ames, Iowa, on May 23-26. Odyssey of the Mind is an international, creative competition. Congratulations to the following schools that placed in their category: Coastal Middle School, 7th, Esther F. Garrison School of … Continue reading “Students Excel at World Finals”

Natural Hair: A Look of Distinction or Fad?

By | June 13, 2012

Natural hair is a style that was once famous among the African American community during the 1970’s; it was a sign of pride, strength, and independence. Natural hair has returned again gracing women of color with a sense of pride that was once alive in the culture. “I like to wear natural hair because it has given me a different … Continue reading “Natural Hair: A Look of Distinction or Fad?”

Reflection of Calaundra Dawn Morrison Hazzard

By | June 13, 2012

Health Restoration 101

By | June 13, 2012

The choices we make daily determine what our lives will be like tomorrow. Tomorrow, and for weeks – and years to come. The choices we make in the foods we eat, and our choice of drinks, will determine our health, our ability to enjoy life, will determine where we will live and the quality of life we will have. Recently … Continue reading “Health Restoration 101”