Presidential Inaugural Committee Invites Special Olympics to March in 56th Inaugural Parade

By | January 07, 2009

WASHINGTON – In keeping with its commitment to hold inaugural events that celebrate our common values and reflect the diversity and history of our great nation, President-elect Barack Obama and Vice Presidentelect Joe Biden’s Inaugural Committee officially extended an offer to Special Olympics to march in the 56th Inaugural Parade. Special Olympics athletes, volunteers and supporters will join representatives from … Continue reading “Presidential Inaugural Committee Invites Special Olympics to March in 56th Inaugural Parade”

Hope Defines Black Outlook at Dawn of 2009

By | January 07, 2009

Los Angeles WAVE LOS ANGELES (NNPA) – Anticipating the new year, African-Americans across L.A. say the Obama Age brings an optimism that many have never experienced before. With unemployment rates skyrocketing, homes being lost in a spiraling housing market and daily cuts to social programs and services, it might seem there is much to fear at the beginning of 2009. … Continue reading “Hope Defines Black Outlook at Dawn of 2009”

Don’t Hate, Celebrate: Inauguration will Unfold in Divine Order

By | January 07, 2009

We all want the last word, to be the final act, to close the deal. It makes you wonder why mainstream media and gayrights activists focused so much on the opening act of the inauguration and failed to pay tribute to the man who will deliver the benediction, civil rights icon, Rev. Joseph E. Lowery. Since President-elect Barack Obama announced … Continue reading “Don’t Hate, Celebrate: Inauguration will Unfold in Divine Order”

Memorial University Medical Center hosts Medical Explorers

By | January 07, 2009

On Wednesday, December 10, 2008, Memorial University Medical Center hosted an Explorer Post event for thirty three Medical Explorers who attend local public high schools. Small group activities included discussions on Medical Ethics topics, as well as tours and hands-on activities that allowed students to explore careers in Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Speech Therapy. Special thanks are extended to … Continue reading “Memorial University Medical Center hosts Medical Explorers”

Creating Change: for a better life

By | January 07, 2009

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! Our choices of foods is the most important choice we make for our health. Therefore is the most … Continue reading “Creating Change: for a better life”

Chatham County Employee STARS & Project Lifesaver

By | January 07, 2009

Chatham County is faced with a growing epidemic that is affecting our children. Imagine having a healthy baby only to be diagnosed 18 months later with autism spectrum disorder. This epidemic will affect 1 out of every 155 children born in the United States. Here in Chatham County an estimated twenty-five babies are born each year with this disorder. Autism … Continue reading “Chatham County Employee STARS & Project Lifesaver”

Many Women Unaware Of Differences In Common Over-The-Counter Eye Drops

By | January 07, 2009

(NAPSI)-If you had a nagging cough every day for over a year, what would you do? If you’re like most women, you’d see a doctor before it even got to that point. Fortunately, women are increasingly aware of the importance of proper nutrition, protecting their skin and receiving regular breast exams. Many women, however, are still turning a “blind eye” … Continue reading “Many Women Unaware Of Differences In Common Over-The-Counter Eye Drops”

Gospel Concert at New Horizons of Women and Men of St. Benedict the Moor

By | January 07, 2009

The New Horizons of Women and Men of St. Benedict the Moor Church will present a free-will Gospel Concert on Sunday January 11, 2009, at St. Benedict the Moor Church, located at 441 East Broad Street. The concert will begin at 4:00 p.m. For more information about this event, please call Ms. Willetta Williams at 234-6844. Come and enjoy.

A Time of Refreshing Revival 2009 with Mother Stack

By | January 07, 2009

Bishop Whitlow, Jr. and members of the Healing Harvest House of Worship would like to invite you and your family to attend “A time of Refreshing Revival 2009” with Dr. Mother Gertrude Weatherspoon Stacks, Shalom Temple, Detroit, MI Come early to ensure seating. Service will be held at Little Rock Mountain Holiness, 1901 Linnhurst Street, Savannah, Georgia, Pastor Clarence Gadson, … Continue reading “A Time of Refreshing Revival 2009 with Mother Stack”

With This Faith – A Jazz Requiem on January 22

By | January 07, 2009

On January 22 at 7 p.m., the Unitarian Universalist Church of Savannah will present “With This Faith – A Jazz Requiem, to commemorate the birth and life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The Unitarian Universalist Church of Savannah has held this event annually for the last several years as part of the many events surrounding King’s birth date, at … Continue reading “With This Faith – A Jazz Requiem on January 22”