21st Annual Golf Tournament

By | May 08, 2013

The United Way of the Coastal Empire will host its 21st Annual Golf Tournament on Monday, May 20, 2013 at The Club at Savannah Harbor. Prizes will be awarded to Top 3 Teams and Low Gross, 18 hole challenge winners, as well as an Eagle Chance drawing and Prize Raffle. Hole-in-one sponsor is Critz, Inc. All proceeds benefit United Way … Continue reading “21st Annual Golf Tournament”

Rev. Dr. Samuel Williams’ 25th Anniversary

By | May 08, 2013

The Faith Missionary Baptist Church will be celebrating the Rev. Dr. Samuel Williams’ 25th Anniversary on May 19 & 26, 2013, at 5 p.m. The church is located at 115 West 49th Street, Savannah, Georgia. The Rev. Dr. Samuel Williams has made many contributions to the community in the area of education and especially in the faith community where he … Continue reading “Rev. Dr. Samuel Williams’ 25th Anniversary”

Life A Daily Gift From God

By | May 08, 2013

The men of this world from the human perspective declare it all to be empty. They seek power, popularity, prestige, pleasure. Souls under the Heavens, but Nothing can fill the God shaped void in man’s life but God himself. As we, The Unswitchables reach onto these futile empty souls trying to be satisfied apart from God. There is hope and … Continue reading “Life A Daily Gift From God”

Savannah Woman To Receive “Triple Crown Award” From The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

By | May 08, 2013

Karin Best has something big happening the first weekend of June this year. To honor her husband’s battle with Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma, she is taking on the physical challenge of a century ride. That’s a 100-mile bike ride. Karin will participate in the America’s Most Beautiful Bike Ride in Lake Tahoe, Nevada on June 2nd. This is Karin’s first century ride, … Continue reading “Savannah Woman To Receive “Triple Crown Award” From The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society”

Change Your Water, Change Your Life!

By | May 08, 2013

Ionized alkaline water and an alkaline diet can help you beat arthritis. Millions of people suffer with arthritis, and many billions of dollars are spent each year battling the problem. Given the widespread occurrence of arthritis, and the cost of dealing with it in terms of suffering and money, it boggles the mind that there are so few people who … Continue reading “Change Your Water, Change Your Life!”

Making A New Start The Easy Way

By | May 08, 2013

There is so much information available today about how to create a healthy diet and lifestyle, so I know it’s hard to know what to do, what is true and correct. Every one is different, but everybody is the same. Every one has his and her own preferences. Every body’s needs are the same: safety and security, clean water, clean … Continue reading “Making A New Start The Easy Way”

50th Anniversary Of The Re-integration Of The Savannah Fire Department Celebrated

By | May 08, 2013

Savannah Fire & Emergency Services marked a significant event in the department’s history last week. On May 1st the department recognized the 50th anniversary of the re-integration of the Savannah Fire Department. In 1963, the first six black firefighters were employed by the city of Savannah. The term re-integrate is used because in 1826 an ordinance was enacted providing for … Continue reading “50th Anniversary Of The Re-integration Of The Savannah Fire Department Celebrated”

St. Joseph’s/Candler Health System Receives Prestigious $100,000 Foster G. Mcgaw Prize

By | May 08, 2013

In honor of its broadbased efforts to improve the lives of the most vulnerable members of its community, St. Joseph’s/Candler Health System in Savannah, Ga. is the recipient of the 2012 Foster G. McGaw Prize for Excellence in Community Service, one of the most esteemed community service honors in healthcare. Each year, this $100,000 prize is presented to a healthcare … Continue reading “St. Joseph’s/Candler Health System Receives Prestigious $100,000 Foster G. Mcgaw Prize”

Happy Mother’s Day

By | May 08, 2013

Connecting Culture, Science, And History On The Georgia Coast

By | May 08, 2013

Ships of the Sea is pleased to collaborate with Gray’s Reef and the Skidaway Institute of Oceanography on “Coastal Connections,” a five-part speaker series connecting culture, science, and history on the Georgia Coast. In the first of this series Dr. Paul Pressly will present, “Savannah as a Caribbean Town: the Maritime Community,” a discussion of the culture and attitudes that … Continue reading “Connecting Culture, Science, And History On The Georgia Coast”