This week we wrapped up week four of the session and completed legislative day 16. The Senate was hard at work passing several pieces of legislation. On Tuesday, we were privileged to have firefighters and first responders with us for the 44th annual Firefighters Recognition Day at the Capitol. It was great to acknowledge those who serve and have served. … Continue reading “Legislative Update: Week Four”
On last Saturday evening Diana Ross’ daughter Rhonda Ross Kendrick, singer/ actress opened the “ In The Name Of Love” tour at the Johnny Mercer Theatre. The soldout crowd stood to their feet as Diana Ross illuminated the stage with her amazing voice and stunning wardrobe. Her energetic performance electrified the audience throughout the entire concert. Diana Ross famed and … Continue reading “Diana Ross “Wowed” The Savannah Audience With Her Number One Hits”
“Be The Change” Townhall Forum on disparity and population health will be on Saturday, February 13 at 4:00pm. The guest speaker will be Thomas LaVeist, director at Johns Hopkins Center for Disparity Solutions. The forum will be held at Ashbury United Methodist Church, 1008 East Henry Street, Savannah. RSVP by February 1 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last Thursday, February 4, many of Savannah’s leadership attended Savannah/Chatham Day at the Georgia Capitol. During the session, Georgia Senator Lester Jackson addressed the audience highlighting the proposed legislation for 2016. They include: Greater Chatham County Security Surveillance Infrastructure package for ($1.4M); to include Savannah State, Savannah Chatham County Public Schools (SCCPSS), the Savannah Police Department, Port Wentworth and Garden … Continue reading “State Senator Lester Jackson 2016 Proposed Legislation”
The Savannah-Chatham County Public School System, Chatham County Youth Commissioner, The 100 Black men of Savannah, and Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. will sponsor MEGAGENESIS X – SAVANNAH – “Excel in High School: Go to College” on Saturday, February 27, 2016, at Sol C. Johnson High School from 9:00P.M.-3:10P.M. MEGAGENESIS is a program designed to promote a college-going culture by … Continue reading “MEGAGENESIS X – SAVANNAH – “Excel in High School: Go to College””
Armstrong to Present Free Science on Tap Event Focusing on Evolutionar y Origins of Dating on February 10
WHAT: “The Evolutionary Origins Underlying Intimate Relationships: Mating Intelligence Unleashed. Armstrong State University’s College of Science and Technology will present the first 2016 Science on Tap event featuring Dr. Glenn Geher, director of the Evolutionary Studies Program at State University of New York at New Paltz. Geher will discuss the impact of Darwin’s evolutionary theory on intimate human relationships. This … Continue reading “Armstrong to Present Free Science on Tap Event Focusing on Evolutionar y Origins of Dating on February 10”
Drinking more water may reduce your risk of a heart attack by 50 percent, according to Dr. Jonny Bowden, PHD, CNS. And it’s critical for your heart health. Keeping the body hydrated helps the heart more easily pump blood through the blood vessels to the muscles. And, it helps the muscles work efficiently. When you’re well hydrated it takes the … Continue reading “Change Your Water…Change Your Life!”
On Wednesday, February 10, Armstrong State University’s College of Science and Technology will present the first 2016 Science on Tap event titled “The Evolutionary Origins Underlying Intimate Relationships: Mating Intelligence Unleashed”. The event will feature Dr. Glenn Geher, director of the Evolutionary Studies Program at State University of New York at New Paltz. Geher will discuss the impact of Darwin’s … Continue reading “Armstrong Free Science Event Focusing On Evolutionary Origins of Dating”
Fitness health is sweeping the nation. Men, women, children and families are stepping up to change their health for the better. With all of the gyms being built due to the health era, one must also take into consideration the health risk that comes along with working out in a public facility. Studies show that over 58 million people currently … Continue reading “Safety in the Gym”
The theme of this year’s World Day Of Prayer is “Receive Children, Receive Me”. Written by the Christian Women of Cuba, this event will take place at St. Philip A.M.E Church, 613 MLK Blvd, Savannah 31401 on Friday, March 4, 2016 at 7:00 p.m.