Savannah High School Sports Banquet Held

By | May 20, 2015

Chatham Retired Educators Attends State Convention–Wins Big!

By | May 20, 2015

Fourteen members of the Chatham Retired Educators Association (CREA) attended the annual Georgia Retired Educators Association (GREA) Conference, April 28-30, 2015 at Lake Lanier in Buford, Georgia. Chatham Retired Educators Association received certificates in each of the following areas: Increase Membership, History Update, Community Service, Archives and History, Shriners Hospital Certificate of Appreciation, Monthly Newsletters, Public Relations Portfolio, Scholarship, Scrapbook … Continue reading “Chatham Retired Educators Attends State Convention–Wins Big!”

DOT Denies Pipeline

By | May 20, 2015

Georgia’s prized coastline – tranquil, quiet and peaceful – won a battle that was anything but. Thanks to a decision handed down from Georgia Department of Transportation Commissioner Russell Mc- Murry’s office, the proposed Palmetto Pipeline will be denied the Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity that would have allowed energy giant Kinder Morgan to desecrate a wide swathe of … Continue reading “DOT Denies Pipeline”

Change Your Water…Change Your Life!

By | May 20, 2015

Ionized alkaline restructured Kangen Water ® can help you stay hydrated. From “The Miraculous Properties of Ionized Water” by Bob McCauley, health begins with water, for it is the most essential element needed by the body. A baby’s bones are mostly water at birth. By retirement, the average senior citizen has become 50-70% dehydrated, which is why nearly all elderly … Continue reading “Change Your Water…Change Your Life!”

Hospice Savannah, Inc. Receives Donation From Junk 2 Funk Proceeds

By | May 20, 2015

Students from the Savannah Arts Academy have donated a portion of proceeds from their 2015 Junk 2 Funk fashion shows to Hospice Savannah. Held in late January, the highly anticipated 7th annual event had an “Insectum” theme and featured insect-inspired designs made from recycled and reclaimed materials. Junk 2 Funk co-founders, teachers Trellis Payne, artistic director, and Megan Scoggins, fashion … Continue reading “Hospice Savannah, Inc. Receives Donation From Junk 2 Funk Proceeds”

Law For the People

By | May 20, 2015

The Unlimited Value Life has immeasurable value. The Georgia Legislature, in the Wrongful Death Act (“the Act”), gave life to this moral and legal principle. The Act provides monetary compensation for the estate of the deceased, certain grieving family members, and/or personal representatives (“the parties”) of those wrongfully killed through illegal acts. Last month, on I-16, five Georgia Southern students … Continue reading “Law For the People”

United Way Women’s Legacy Council Presents Women Who Rule

By | May 20, 2015

United Way Women’s Legacy Council presented Women Who Rule, a fundraising event to support low-income women finding dependable transportation. The event featured four area executive and professional leaders who have excelled in their profession. The four featured leaders were Kay Ford, Advisory Board Chairman – Savannah Market, BankSouth; Paula Kreissler, Director of Healthy Living & Community Development, Healthy Savannah & … Continue reading “United Way Women’s Legacy Council Presents Women Who Rule”

Roger Moss and Timothy Hall Hymns of Home, Hope and Heart

By | May 20, 2015

Local vocalist Roger Moss and organist / pianist Timothy Hall will present a concert of hymns from many traditions on Sunday, May 24, 3pm at Christ Church Episcopal on Johnson Square. “This is like com- ing home for Tim and me. We both have solid roots in sacred music and we are pleased to share favorite spirituals and hymns” states … Continue reading “Roger Moss and Timothy Hall Hymns of Home, Hope and Heart”

The Savannah Tribune Salutes the Life Riley “B.B.” King

By | May 20, 2015

Riley B. King was born on September 16, 1925, between Itta Bena and Indianola, Mississippi. His parents split up when he was a small child, and he lived for a few years with his mother in the Mississippi hills. She died when he was nine, and he was alone until his father, Albert King, found him a few years later. … Continue reading “The Savannah Tribune Salutes the Life Riley “B.B.” King”

2015 Kiss A Pig Campaign Gala Held

By | May 20, 2015

The 2015 Kiss A Pig Campaign for American Diabetes Association held their gala on last Saturday evening at the Hyatt Regency. The Kiss A Pig Campaign is one of the largest fundraisers for the American Diabetes Association. Comprised of several teams, the KAP campaign brings community leaders together to raise money for the opportunity to kiss the pig. This year … Continue reading “2015 Kiss A Pig Campaign Gala Held”