Universal Orlando Resort Offers “Sizzling” Summer Entertainment and Savings

By | August 13, 2008

From unparalleled value-driven ticket offers and vacation packages to exciting, new entertainment, Universal Orlando Resort is the hottest way to stay cool this summer. Universal Orlando Resort has created some of the world’s most innovative theme park attractions based on pop culture’s most compelling films and stories. Guests experience two exciting theme parks – Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure … Continue reading “Universal Orlando Resort Offers “Sizzling” Summer Entertainment and Savings”

AASU Selects College of Education Dean

By | August 13, 2008

Patricia Buby Wachholz, whose experience as a teacher and administrator in the field of education spans nearly 30 years, has been appointed dean of the College of Education at Armstrong Atlantic State University. Wachholz will guide all aspects of the College of Education and provide leadership for the departments of early childhood education, health and physical education, middle and secondary … Continue reading “AASU Selects College of Education Dean”

Georgia to host 37th Annual Conference of EANGUS

By | August 13, 2008

The Enlisted Association of the National Guard of the United States (EANGUS), representing more than 414,000 National Guard enlisted Soldiers and Airmen, their families and retirees will hold it 37th Annual Conference on August 18-21, 2008 at the Savannah Trade and International Center in Savannah, GA. More than 1500 National Guard members and families are expected to attend the EANGUS … Continue reading “Georgia to host 37th Annual Conference of EANGUS”

Savannah/Hilton Head Airport to Enforce Loading/Unloading Policy

By | August 13, 2008

On Monday, August 4, 2008, the Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport will begin strict enforcement of its policy regarding the “Immediate Loading & Unloading of Passengers” in front of the Terminal Building on the Ticketing Level and the Baggage Pick-Up Level. Although this policy has been in effect for many years, it has not been strictly enforced and attended/unattended vehicles have … Continue reading “Savannah/Hilton Head Airport to Enforce Loading/Unloading Policy”

Teshawanda Shuman Certified as Master Teacher

By | August 13, 2008

Teshawanda Shuman, an Effingham County teacher, joined the ranks of more than 50 teachers from throughout the state who earned Master Teacher certification in 2008. Shuman earned the distinction by showing sustained academic progress of her students, illustrated by standardized tests among other requirements. She teaches at Ebenezer Middle School in Effingham County. “These 54 teachers joined the nearly 300 … Continue reading “Teshawanda Shuman Certified as Master Teacher”

THE SMILEY G TOUR scheduled for Savannah and the Coastal Empire

By | August 13, 2008

IT’S a Bird? IT’S a plane?……IT’S a SMILE????? Savannah, Georgia- Hollywood has ALI G, Goodwill has SMILEY G. Goodwill Industries of the Coastal Empire, Inc. announces THE SMILEY G TOUR. THE SMILEY G TOUR is scheduled for Savannah and the Coastal Empire beginning August 13, 2008 and concludes September 3, 2008. SMILEY G is a 5ft Goodwill SMILE that will … Continue reading “THE SMILEY G TOUR scheduled for Savannah and the Coastal Empire”

Haven Home School Alumni Pitching In

By | August 13, 2008

The Haven Home School Alumni Association held its monthly meeting on Thursday July 2, 2008, 7:00 pm at the Crusader Community Center 81 Coffee Bluff Villa Road. The alumni held a successful Annual Low Country and Soul Food Picnic on June 21, 2008 at the center. At the picnic the Historic Marker Fund Raiser was kicked-off. The amount of $1,000 … Continue reading “Haven Home School Alumni Pitching In”

Obama’s Strategy to Maximize Vote in Black America

By | August 13, 2008

WILMINGTON, N.C. (NNPA) – Two weeks before his momentous Democratic National Convention appearance in Denver, Colorado, presumptive presidential nominee Sen. Barack Obama knows he is in the fight of his life with GOP rival, Sen. John McCain, in their intense battle for the White House. After a barrage of negative attack ads that questioned the Illinois senator’s experience and patriotism, … Continue reading “Obama’s Strategy to Maximize Vote in Black America”

Isaac Hayes Dies at 65

By | August 13, 2008

Isaac Hayes, the singer and songwriter whose luxurious career included arrangements in songs like “Theme From ‘Shaft’” died on Sunday in East Memphis, Tenn. He was 65. The Shelby County Sheriff’s Office said that Hayes’s wife, Adjowa, found him collapsed near a treadmill at their home in Cordova, an eastern suburb of Memphis, and he was pronounced dead an hour … Continue reading “Isaac Hayes Dies at 65”

AKAs Celebrate 100 Years of Service

By | August 13, 2008

Under the leadership of President, Emma Conyers, approximately seventy-five (75) local members of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority traveled by train, plane, cars and motor coach to the nation’s capital to enjoy the festivities of the Centennial celebration of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. National and international media took note of the solidarity of 25,000+ members spotlighting 100 years of years … Continue reading “AKAs Celebrate 100 Years of Service”