Savannah Native Star Player at the University of Cincinnati

By | March 06, 2013

Cashmere A’keem Wright, a Savannah native is now a senior at the University of Cincinnati. The 23-yearold is a Criminal Justice major, maintaining a 2.7 GPA. For the Cincinnati Bearcats, Wright, who stands at 6’0”, plays the position of point guard and has been a starting player for the last three years. This season, Wright has played in 27 games, … Continue reading “Savannah Native Star Player at the University of Cincinnati”

Change Your Water! Change Your Life!

By | March 06, 2013

What if…something as simple as changing the water you drink could have a profound impact on both the mental and physical health of you and your family? Did you know that bottled water, filtered water, distilled water and reverse osmosis water are usually acidic, even though some harmful chemicals may have been removed? Did you know that by drinking these … Continue reading “Change Your Water! Change Your Life!”

Wells Fargo helps Savannah Gardens residents

By | March 06, 2013

Wells Fargo is helping Savannah Gardens residents achieve a goal that many people have – to get in control of their finances. Mercy Housing provides free, onsite programs to help residents improve their lives, in areas including financial literacy and economic development. Wells Fargo has given $5,000 to support that work so that Savannah Gardens’ 300 some residents will have … Continue reading “Wells Fargo helps Savannah Gardens residents”

Shuman Student Wins National Writing Contest

By | March 06, 2013

Seeds of greatness have definitely been planted at Shuman Elementary. The elementary school produced yet another contest winner who participated in the Dear George Washington Contest. This annual writing contest is for Gilder Lehrman Affiliate Schools and brings history to life by introducing students to issues facing early Americans and encouraging them to think critically about the founding of the … Continue reading “Shuman Student Wins National Writing Contest”

Wheaton College Students Spend their Spring Break Improving Savannah

By | March 06, 2013

Where will you find students volunteering for a great cause? Wheaton College, a premier liberal arts higher educational institution, will send students to help build affordable homes through Habitat Savannah’s alternative break program. Habitat Savannah has hosted groups from the college for several years, and this year’s group numbers twelve. The relationship, 10 years strong now, was born of a … Continue reading “Wheaton College Students Spend their Spring Break Improving Savannah”

Wesley Community Centers Exceeds Goal from Annual Fundraiser

By | March 06, 2013

Wesley Community Centers of Savannah, Inc. exceeds goal from annual fundraiser, The Love Walk— which took place Saturday, February 9, 2013. Thanks to the support of our corporate sponsors: Chatham Steel Corporation, Fairhaven Funeral Home, Hollingsworth Auto Service, Inc., J.C. Lewis Ford, J.T. Turner Construction Co., Inc., Johnny Harris Restaurant, Charles J. Russo Fresher Seafoods, The Savannah Bank, Sea Island … Continue reading “Wesley Community Centers Exceeds Goal from Annual Fundraiser”

Rep. John Lewis Receives Apology From Police Chief

By | March 06, 2013

An Alabama police chief brought U. S. Rep. John Lewis to tears Saturday, apologizing to the noted civil rights leader for failing to protect the Freedom Riders during a trip to Montgomery in 1961. Lewis and fellow civil rights activists were beaten by a mob after arriving at Montgomery’s Greyhound station in May, 1961. Then U. S. Attorney General Robert … Continue reading “Rep. John Lewis Receives Apology From Police Chief”

Greenbriar Holds Annual Meeting & Awards Luncheon

By | March 06, 2013

The Greenbriar Children’s Center held their Board of Director’s Annual Meeting and Awards Luncheon on Wednesday, February 27, 2013 at L. Scott Stell Jr.’s Christian Educational Fellowship Building of Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church . At this meeting Greenbriar recognized and congratulated all of our 2012 volunteers for their commitment to the children of this community. Greenbriar also awarded its 2012 … Continue reading “Greenbriar Holds Annual Meeting & Awards Luncheon”

Chef Charlotte Jenkins Shares Her Culinary Roots

By | March 06, 2013

Chef Charlotte Jenkins the Executive Chef/ Owner of Gullah Cuisine and cookbook author from Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina, was the latest distinguished participant in the Guest Chef Series of 2013 at Chef Joe Randall’s Cooking School on February 26. Many of Chef Joe’s loyal fans and food enthusiast were guests in attendance for the evening. Chef Joe Randall is pictured … Continue reading “Chef Charlotte Jenkins Shares Her Culinary Roots”

Celebrating Women’s History Month

By | March 06, 2013

Local Deltas Participated In Re-enactment March In Washington Savannah Deltas Will Stage A Re-enactment Of The Women’s Suffrage March On Saturday, March 23rd From 10 A.m. – 12 Noon, beginning at the North end of Forsyth Park, walking North along Bull Street to Bay Street. A brief program will be held to commemorate the courage and valor of the 22 … Continue reading “Celebrating Women’s History Month”