“Those Singing Pastors” Inaugural fund raising event for Savannah’s West Broad

By | November 26, 2008

On November 30, 2008, at 5 pm, West Broad Street YMCA at 1110 May St. will be host to “Those Singing Pastors” an inaugural fund raising event for the Y. There is no admission charge and refreshments will be available. Rev. Clarence “Teddy” Williams of First Tabernacle Baptist Church and Pastor Shannon O’Neil Smith Sr. of First Mount Sinai Church … Continue reading ““Those Singing Pastors” Inaugural fund raising event for Savannah’s West Broad”

Attention: Garrison Elementary Parents!

By | November 26, 2008

The holidays are approaching. Tis the season to be jolly! the PTA is sponsoring a Mr. and Miss Garrison, PTA. Winners are chosen by best essay, only for the fourth and fifth grade classes. Topic: If I were president what changes would I make to this Country. Essay’s are to be turned in by Friday December 5th, 2008 to your … Continue reading “Attention: Garrison Elementary Parents!”

Youth Commissioners attend the 2008 National League of Cities’ Congress of Cities

By | November 26, 2008

Members of the Chatham County Youth Commission and Savannah Youth Council attended the 2008 National League of Cities’ Congress of Cities held in Orlando, Florida November 13-15, 2008. Youth Commissioners, Erica Green, Jamesha English, Keyuanna Green, Kathryn Pinckney, Byron Spellman and Youth Council members, Brianna Adams, Trevon Epps, Claire Hammond and Demetrius Selby attended the conference with Mayors, Council Members … Continue reading “Youth Commissioners attend the 2008 National League of Cities’ Congress of Cities”

AASU Nursing Students Honor Marine Corps Pioneer, AASU Benefactor

By | November 26, 2008

Graduating students in the nursing program at Armstrong Atlantic State University will honor Winifred Case Karnosky, a university benefactor and one of the first women to enlist in the Marine Corps Women’s Reserve after the U.S. Congress approved its formation in 1943. The graduating nursing class, including three students who received support from an endowed scholarship established by Karnosky in … Continue reading “AASU Nursing Students Honor Marine Corps Pioneer, AASU Benefactor”

Festival of Trees and Wishes in Savannah

By | November 26, 2008

The Make-A-Wish Foundation® of Georgia and Alabama hosting its 2nd Annual Festival of Trees and Wishes to raise awareness about the Foundation and its significant accomplishments in the Greater Savannah area. Featuring trees and wreaths decorated for the holidays by local businesses, civic organizations, individuals, and schools, the festival is open to the public free of charge from Nov. 20 … Continue reading “Festival of Trees and Wishes in Savannah”

Georgia Represented in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

By | November 26, 2008

Atlanta – Georgia will be well represented in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade as Georgia Tech’s Yellow Jacket Marching Band takes center stage. The group is one of two college bands selected to perform during the traditional kickoff to the holiday season. The parade will be broadcast live Thursday, November 27, 2008, on NBC from 9:00 a.m. until noon (EST). … Continue reading “Georgia Represented in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade”

Fay and Steele Receive First Two Tickets to NAACP Obama Victory Breakfast Celebration

By | November 26, 2008

“CNN Heroes” Event Honors Savannah Resident David Puckett

By | November 26, 2008

Mayor Otis Johnson and state Sen. Eric Johnson honored Savannah resident David Puckett on Nov. 18 in anticipation of “CNN Heroes: An All-Star Tribute,” launched last year to spotlight ordinary citizens accomplishing extraordinary deeds, and airing on Thanksgiving, Nov. 27, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT). Puckett was named a CNN HEROES honoree last month for his work to provide free artificial … Continue reading ““CNN Heroes” Event Honors Savannah Resident David Puckett”