Chatham County Laymen Meeting/ Breakfast

By | April 06, 2016

The Chatham County Laymen Meeting/ Breakfast will be held at Tremont Temple M.B.C., located at1110 M.L.K., Jr., Blvd., Savannah, Ga. , on Saturday, April 9, 2016 Rev. Quinton Morris, Host Pastor Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, I greet you in the precious and marvelous name of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. You are invited to join us as … Continue reading “Chatham County Laymen Meeting/ Breakfast”

Second Anual Family Involvement Day

By | April 06, 2016

Savannah-Chatham County Public School’s second annual Family Involvement Day will be held Saturday, April 9th from 9am to 2pm at the School of Liberal Studies at Savannah High School. It will be a day of learning and fun where we equip parents with tools to aid their children in academic achievement and community service projects. The event offers FREE admission, … Continue reading “Second Anual Family Involvement Day”

Caregiving 101 Class And Caregiver Support Group

By | April 06, 2016

Caring for a seriously ill, disabled or demented parent, spouse, child or friend can be a rewarding experience but also a difficult and draining job, especially if we are neither trained nor prepared for that role. The Edel Caregiver Institute, a community resource for family caregivers, offers a complimentary Care-giving 101 and a caregiver support group on the 4th Monday … Continue reading “Caregiving 101 Class And Caregiver Support Group”

The Creative Coast Executive Director Resigns

By | April 06, 2016

The Creative Coast, Inc. Board of Directors today announced Executive Director Bea Wray has resigned effective immediately to pursue other projects. “Bea Wray has made the personal decision to resign as executive director of the Creative Coast,” said Sean Brandon, chairman of The Creative Coast Board of Directors. “The staff and Board of Directors of The Creative Coast appreciate her … Continue reading “The Creative Coast Executive Director Resigns”

Sports With Walter Moore

By | April 06, 2016

After suffering a knee injury that ended his collegiate career, Gerrado Jivens would not give up his dream of playing professional basketball. Thanks to a group of family and friends, he worked hard, physically and mentally, and soon after his dreams were a reality. Milek, as he is known to many, grew up in West Savannah but spent some of … Continue reading “Sports With Walter Moore”

“Villanova Wins It All”

By | April 06, 2016

Villanova demolished Oklahoma (95-51) in the first national semifinal of the Final Four on Saturday night. With their win, the most lopsided ever in a Final Four, Jay Wright’s Wildcats advanced to face either North Carolina or Syracuse in the national championship game Monday night. Villanova jumped to a double-digit halftime lead with a late-first-half spurt, then poured it on … Continue reading ““Villanova Wins It All””