Put your hands out and STRIKE THE #BalanceforBetter POSE! Post your #IWD2019 message on social media with your “hands out” balance pose for a strong call-to-action for others to also help. The campaign theme provides a unified direction to guide and galvanize continuous collective action and runs all year long!
The Southern Regional Press Institute (SRPI) was held February 28-March 1 on the campus of Savannah State University (SSU). This year’s theme was “Diversity in Media: A-F: Grading the Media on its Efforts to Be Inclusive of All Voices.” The opening session was held at 9 am with the keynote address delivered by award winning and Emmy nominated producer Natalie … Continue reading “68th Annual Southern Regional Press Institute Examines Diversity In The Media”
The Susan G. Komen Coastal Georgia Affiliate is hosting Komen Scholar Dr. Keith Knutson on Tuesday, March 12 at 6:00 p.m. at the GSU/Armstrong Campus. Dr. Knutson, a Professor of Immunology at the Mayo Clinic, is currently researching a possible breast cancer vaccine and will discuss his work with the public. ‘We are excited to have such a well-respected scientist … Continue reading “Susan G. Komen Coastal Georgia Hosts Komen Scholar Researching Breast Cancer Vaccine”
Sunday, March 17, 2019 The 2019 Savannah St. Patrick’s Day Parade will be on Saturday, March 16 & will begin promptly at 10:15 AM.
Savannah Chrisley from USA’s Hit Show, Chrisley Knows Best, Coming to Southern Women’s Show in Savannah
The 16th Annual Southern Women’s Show (SWS), returning to Savannah on March 29-31, 2019, is thrilled to announce this year’s celebrity guest is Savannah Chrisley from USA’s hit reality show, Chrisley Knows Best. At just 19, Savannah became the youngest person to retail on HSN with her fashion line Faith Over Fear. The former pageant queen is also developing her … Continue reading “Savannah Chrisley from USA’s Hit Show, Chrisley Knows Best, Coming to Southern Women’s Show in Savannah”
The City of Savannah held a “green” ribbon cutting ceremony on Wednesday to open the first of three tree nursery’s on vacant City-owned lots. The City will seed and nurture 500 trees over the next three years using funding from a $233,244 grant received from the Southeast Sustainable Communities Fund. The intent of the grant is to transform vacant City-owned … Continue reading “City Cuts “Green” Ribbon to Open First Tree Nursery”
Free Computer Classes taught by Microsoft Certified Instructors held at the African-American Health Information & Resource Center, 1910 Abercorn St, in Savannah Older Adult & Beginner Classes Keyboarding, Internet/ Email Basics, Windows I & II Advanced Classes • Word Basic I & II • Excel I & II • PowerPoint Small Business & Personal Use Classes • QuickBooks I & … Continue reading “Free Computer Classes”
Hospice Savannah’s Full Circle Grief and Loss counselors and volunteers facilitate a weekend overnight camp for children ages 6-17 who have experienced the death of a loved one within the last 24 months. These caring professionals provide therapeutic activities to teach the children they are not alone in their grief experience. Campers enjoy swimming, sports, games, group therapy sessions, campfires, … Continue reading “Register Now for Camp Aloha A Camp for Grieving Children, May 3- 5”
2019 Flannery O’Connor Birthday Parade and Street Fair will be held on Sunday, March 24, 2019 at Lafayette Square (Abercorn St. and E. Charlton St.). This lively annual celebration of acclaimed author and Savannah native Flannery O’Connor’s birthday will offer family fun, live music and more. Attendees are invited to join the parade, carry handmade signs and sing along. Live … Continue reading “Flannery O’Connor Birthday Parade and Street Fair To Offer Family-Friendly Fun”
On Thursday, March 28, 2019 from 6 – 8 p.m., the Let’s Talk Mental Illness Community Discussion Series: Mental Illness and Faith will be held at Wesley Oak United Methodist Church, 3124 E. Victory Drive. The fourth event in The ELLA Foundation’s Let’s Talk Mental Illness Community Discussion Series will explore the intersection of religion, faith and mental illness. The … Continue reading “Community Discussion Series To Continue With Mental Illness And Faith Event”