The 27th Savannah Jazz Festival will be held September 20th to September 28th. The nine-day Festival, the largest and most popular of the free Savannah festivals, is presented by the Coastal Jazz Association and is dedicated to the growth of jazz and jazz audiences in the Coastal Empire. The Savannah Jazz Festival, celebrating jazz as a living art built on … Continue reading “2008 Savannah Jazz Festival”
Pastor Erik Cooper of Phoenix, Arizona will be in a three-day Revival at Grace Full Gospel Church on Sunday, September 14th – Tuesday, September 16th. Sunday service times are 10:00 a.m. in Savannah and 5:00 p.m. in Guyton, Georgia (810 Central Blvd). The Revival will continue Monday and Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. at Grace Full Gospel’s Savannah location. Pastor Cooper … Continue reading “Grace Full Gospel Church holds Three-Day Revival”
St. Luke Missionary Baptist Church Junior and Youth Usher Ministry invite you to help them celebrate the 39th year anniversary on September 21, 2008, at 5:00 P.M. The celebration will be held at 418 W. 38th Street. Rev. Dr. L. E. Aiken, Pastor and Sis. Betty J. Bates Junior and Youth Usher Advisor. I had rather be a doorkeeper in … Continue reading “Celebrating 39 Years of Ushering at St. Luke Missionary Baptist”
The Women of 1st Congregational Church, United Church of Christ are celebrating Women’s Day on September 14th at 11:00 am. Guest Speaker will be the “First Lady” of Savannah State College, Mrs. Patricia Yarbrough. Savannah State Choir will also be attending. The event is open to the Community.
The pastor, officers and members of the St. Mary Baptist Church family will like to invite you and your congregation to witness the Ordination Service for Minister James L. Williams, Sr. This event will take place on Sunday, September 7, 2008 @ 6:00pm at the St Mary Baptist Church. The guest church will be the Second Arnold Baptist Church with, … Continue reading “Ordination Service planned for Minister James Williams, Sr.”
Come with Expectancy to Calvary Missionary Baptist Church, located off Hwy 17 South on Danielsiding Loop Road, Richmond Hill, Ga. for the 3rd Pastoral Celebration of Reverend Stanford L. Anderson, I, and the First Family. A native of Ocilla, Ga, Pastor Anderson has been a servant of the Lord since the young age of seven years old. He is an … Continue reading “Celebrating 3 Years of Commitment and Excellence!”
HOUSTON – The first effective treatment for the symptoms of Huntington’s disease has now been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration after study results by the Huntington Study Group and Baylor College of Medicine in Houston showed the drug’s effectiveness. Tetrabenazine, to be marketed as Xenazine, eases the abnormal involuntary movement, known as chorea, associated with Huntington’s disease. … Continue reading “First Drug to Treat Huntington’s Disease Approved by FDA”
Dear Editor, On behalf of everyone at the Muscular Dystrophy Association, I want to publicly express my gratitude to the citizens of Chatham County for making the August 20thth MDA Southside Savannah Telethon Executive Lock- Up such a huge success. Once again, Southside Savannah embraced the event, helping to raise over $67,000! These much needed funds will be used to … Continue reading “Muscular Dystrophy Association Expresses Gratitude”
The Con-Ed Family Resource and Development Center will sponsor a Flu Prevention and Immunization Seminar and Brunch for senior citizens of the Savannah community on September 11, 2008. Representatives from the Chatham County Health Department will speak on flu prevention and immunization. Representatives from WellCare of Georgia Inc. will be on hand to answer questions about medical services and supplies. … Continue reading “Flu Prevention and Immunization Seminar/ Brunch Set for Senior Citizens”
Please join the Sickle Cell Association of Savannah, Inc. as they celebrate the 35th Anniversary with a special musical program and luncheon on Saturday, September 20, 2008 at 12:00 Noon. The event will be held at Carey Hilliards Restaurant at 1111 Abercorn Street. A donation of $20.00 is asked. The community is welcome.