The Savannah Chapters of Top Ladies of Distinction and Top Teens of America began the month on December 1st with a joint meeting and breakfast held at Low Elementary School. Immediately after breakfast, the Ladies and Teens gathered at Hospice Savannah to decorate the front lobby and nurse’s stations with beautiful Christmas decorations. Other projects during the month included: Ladies and Teens assisted by serving meals and giving out personal hygiene items with “People Helping People”.; Gift Wrapping for Greenbriar Children’s Center an annual fundraiser for the center.; the Annual Rape Crisis Center’s Reindeer Run. Ladies Annette Mitchell and Sandra Clark participated in the planning sessions for the event. Ladies and Teens participated by preparing the participants bags, setting up and breaking down the site at the Trade Center. They also assisted by distributing participant’s packets, registering participants, passing out water and other items to the runners. Lady Sandra Clark, Status of Women Co Chair chaired the event; assisted by serving meals and giving out personal hygiene items.; Ladies and Teens stuffed gift bags for Sickle Cell patients at Memorial Medical Center. Gift bags included stuffed animals, books, fun activity books and healthy snacks. Members of the local Sickle Cell Board of Directors also assisted in the preparation of the bags. Lady Monique Ross is the chapter’s Sickle Cell Chair and is a member of the Sickle Cell Board of Directors and as one of the highlights of the month, Top Ladies held its bi-annual fundraiser, the Kiddie Cotillion/ Beautillion, at the Elmore Theater on the campus of Savannah State University. The winners were Miss Samaria Stanley and Master Ahmed Keen-Avery. Jr.
The Savannah Chapter continues to provide serve to the Savannah Community.