Recycling Rallies Promote Jan. 5 Rollout

By | December 31, 2008

Representatives from the City’s Sanitation Department, along with community recycling advocates, will rally at the corner of Abercorn and Mall Blvd. from 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. on Jan. 3 to draw attention to the City’s rollout of curbside recycling on Jan. 5. Over the past month, 96-gallon, black and yellow recycling carts have been delivered to 48,000 households throughout … Continue reading “Recycling Rallies Promote Jan. 5 Rollout”

Make it a GOODWILL Giving Year-End

By | December 31, 2008

Year-End Donations being accepted as YOU Continue to Help Create a Better Community in 2009 Success can be measured in many ways, but simply put; it means achieving your dreams. Goodwill Industries of the Coastal Empire helps people do just that. Every year, Goodwill Industries provides work opportunities to hundreds of people with disabilities in Savannah, the Coastal Empire and … Continue reading “Make it a GOODWILL Giving Year-End”

Resource Development Experts to Speak at Coastal Nonprofit Professionals Meeting

By | December 31, 2008

On January 14th from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., the Georgia Center for Nonprofits will host a Coastal Nonprofit Professionals (CNP) networking meeting that will include a short program. Seasoned resource development experts Robert Duckworth, Executive Director of the St. Joseph’s Candler Foundations and Judy Walker, CFRP, of J.W. Walker Associates will discuss how nonprofits can maneuver through the pitfalls of … Continue reading “Resource Development Experts to Speak at Coastal Nonprofit Professionals Meeting”

AASU Lecture Uncovers TV’s Toxic Foods

By | December 31, 2008

The Armstrong Atlantic State University 2008-2009 Robert I. Strozier Faculty Series will resume on Friday, January 23, 2009, at 12:15 p.m. in University Hall 156 on the Armstrong Atlantic campus, 11935 Abercorn Street. The event is free and open to the public. Michael Mink, assistant professor of health sciences, will uncover the truth of the American TV-sanctioned meal in his … Continue reading “AASU Lecture Uncovers TV’s Toxic Foods”

Navigating the Road Ahead

By | December 31, 2008

Getting you where you need to go takes two separate efforts – one to look at the map and the other to look out of the windshield. Once you have defined your goals and vision, you have to learn what it takes to get there. Education and training is important; it’s the second component to “doing the knowledge.” And you … Continue reading “Navigating the Road Ahead”

Kwanzaa-Christmas: No Conflict

By | December 31, 2008

Those people, who for whatever reason, are nervous about or hostile towards the celebration of Kwanzaa (Dec. 26 – Jan. 1) among an increasing number of Black people, need to chill. They are way off the mark. Christmas, as celebrated by Christians is, or at least is supposed to be, a religious celebration, whereas Kwanzaa is a cultural celebration. Both … Continue reading “Kwanzaa-Christmas: No Conflict”

The Greatest Gift of All at Christmas and In the New Year

By | December 31, 2008

The greatest gift of all this Christmas was the emancipation of the human spirit, a present everyone can receive, but virtually no one can buy. With plant closings, homeowner evictions and unemployment on a frightening rise, this Christmas was not just another celebration of the acquisition of more stuff. As we lost stuff— wages, stocks, houses – we were forced … Continue reading “The Greatest Gift of All at Christmas and In the New Year”

Weddings Offered in the Davenport House Museum Garden on Valentine’s

By | December 31, 2008

A beautiful courtyard garden offers a Setting for Weddings on Valentine’s Day with Judge Gnann Officiating! On Valentine’s Day, Saturday, February 14, 2009, Judge Hamrick “Rick” Gnann, Jr., of the Municipal Court of Pooler, will perform wedding ceremonies in the Davenport House Museum Garden. This special event begins at 4 p.m. and ends at 7 p.m., with ceremonies every 10 … Continue reading “Weddings Offered in the Davenport House Museum Garden on Valentine’s”

GSP Cautions to NOT let Friends Drive Drunk over Year’s Holiday

By | December 31, 2008

(ATLANTA) – The Georgia State Patrol is reminding motorists to designate a sober driver and not let friends drive drunk in preparation for the 102-hour New Year’s holiday travel period. Colonel Bill Hitchens, Commissioner of the Georgia Department of Public Safety, said the New Year’s holiday travel period begins New Year’s Eve at 6 p.m. and ends at midnight Sunday, … Continue reading “GSP Cautions to NOT let Friends Drive Drunk over Year’s Holiday”

Are the Foods we eat Really That Important?

By | December 31, 2008

The goal of this column and the goal of Health Restoration Consulting is to help to maximize your chances of living a longer, healthier life. Our programs are simple, comprehensive, well documented and easy to follow. A New Formula For Health Success! This is a question I get every time I speak to a group. My answer always goes something … Continue reading “Are the Foods we eat Really That Important?”