Rock ‘n’ Roll Savannah Marathon Returns

By | November 02, 2016

Rock ‘n’ Roll Savannah Marathon & ½ Marathon unveiled new course changes for the 2016 event. The updated course will feature more of downtown Savannah’s historic and charming town squares, a redesigned section through the Gordonston neighborhood, parks and more. Rock ‘n’ Roll Savannah returns the weekend of November 5 – 6, 2016. The marathon, half-marathon and two-person half marathon … Continue reading “Rock ‘n’ Roll Savannah Marathon Returns”

Change Your Water…Change Your Life!

By | November 02, 2016

Ionized alkaline water can help you reach your daily water intake goal. Do you know how much water you should drink each day? If not, don’t worry – most of us don’t! We’ve heard guidelines, sure, but there are so many sources of information out there all saying different things. How do we know who to trust? The truth is, … Continue reading “Change Your Water…Change Your Life!”

Faith Based Wellness Workshop

By | November 02, 2016

Dr. Carl Middleton will be our presenter on Thursday, November 3rd at 2 p.m. at Butler Presbyterian, in the social hall. This is the last talk in the 2016 wellness series and we hope you will plan to attend Dr. Middleton will talk to us about creating and maintaining health, as we age and how our day to day lifestyle … Continue reading “Faith Based Wellness Workshop”

Esther F. Garrison School for the Arts Presents a Fall Concert

By | November 02, 2016

The Esther F. Garrison School of Visual & Performing Arts presents a “Fall Concert with Garrison Voices” on Friday, November 4, 2016 at 7:00 PM. The concert will feature Garrison Arts Choirs directed by John Tisbert and the Garrison Piano Studio directed by Kelly Burke. It will be held at First Presbyterian Church on 520 Washington Avenue in Savannah, GA. … Continue reading “Esther F. Garrison School for the Arts Presents a Fall Concert”

MLK Observance Day Association Introduces the MLK Reading Project

By | November 02, 2016

The Observance Day Association has started a reading initiative to introduce students to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and promote Dr. King’s Philosophy of Education. With short, easy-to-understand text, historical photos, and eye-catching illustrations, the Observance Day Association goal is to motivate students into wanting to learn more about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. On Monday (October 24) and Tuesday … Continue reading “MLK Observance Day Association Introduces the MLK Reading Project”

Citizens Invited To Attend First Tuesday Tour at City Hall

By | November 02, 2016

Residents and visitors can get a behind the scenes look at Savannah City Hall, and view special exhibits highlighting chapters of Savannah’s history, during the next First Tuesday Tour of City Hall which is set for Tuesday, November 1. The tour begins at noon, in the City Hall Rotunda, and lasts less than an hour. The tour is free, but space … Continue reading “Citizens Invited To Attend First Tuesday Tour at City Hall”

SSU Launches Certificate With Peace Corps

By | November 02, 2016

Savannah State University (SSU) is launching the first ever certificate in global citizenship in collaboration with the Peace Corps. SSU will welcome the Peace Corps, as well as other officials, to campus on Monday, October 31. The visit is part of a national tour to recruit volunteers at SSU. Students are invited to attend a panel in the Torian Auditorium … Continue reading “SSU Launches Certificate With Peace Corps”

United Way Of The Coastal Empire 2016 Campaign Hits 50 Percent Of Goal

By | November 02, 2016

Enthusiasm and generosity keep United Way strong! United Way of the Coastal Empire, which supports more than 100 human service programs provided by 58 nonprofit organizations, announced today that $4,159,807 has been raised toward its $8,338,000 goal. The results were reported during a festive Mid-Campaign Rally held at the Monterey Square. With less than one month remaining until the conclusion … Continue reading “United Way Of The Coastal Empire 2016 Campaign Hits 50 Percent Of Goal”

Armstrong President Linda M. Bleicken Announces Plans to Retire

By | November 02, 2016

Armstrong State University President Linda M. Bleicken recently announced plans to retire as the university’s chief executive, effective June 30, 2017, after 27 years of service to the University System of Georgia and seven years as president of Armstrong. “I am deeply grateful for the opportunity to serve as the president of such an important institution for the past seven … Continue reading “Armstrong President Linda M. Bleicken Announces Plans to Retire”

Jackson Crowned Miss Black Teen Murray Miss Black US Ambassador 2017

By | November 02, 2016

The Miss Black US Ambassador Scholarship Organization is pleased to announce the crowning of one of our newest state ambassadors. Leah Jackson and Gabrielle Murray. Leah Jackson, daughter of Dr. Lester & Lorna Jackson was recently named Miss Black Teen Georgia US Ambassador and Gabrielle Murray (College Park) was named the Miss Black Georgia US Ambassador 2017. Under the directorship … Continue reading “Jackson Crowned Miss Black Teen Murray Miss Black US Ambassador 2017”