Blessed Sacrament School to host Open House Jan. 25

By | January 07, 2009

Blessed Sacrament School will host its Open House on Sunday, Jan. 25 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. The school will be taking applications and tours will be available. Blessed Sacrament is located at 1003 East Victory Drive in Savannah. For more information, call (912) 356-6987. Founded in 1939, Blessed Sacrament School has more than 400 students from prekindergarten to … Continue reading “Blessed Sacrament School to host Open House Jan. 25”

SCDS Lecture Series Continues

By | January 07, 2009

Savannah Country Day School presents the most accomplished and best-known adult with autism, Temple Grandin, Ph.D. for her lecture, “Autism Is No Obstacle.” The Creative Minds Lecture will be held on Tuesday, January 27th at 6:30 pm at Jelks Auditorium at Savannah Country Day School. Individual ticket prices are $10 for advance purchase, $12 at the door (based on availability). … Continue reading “SCDS Lecture Series Continues”

Parent University January Session

By | January 07, 2009

Parent University will hold their next session on Saturday, January 31, 2009 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Savannah Arts Academy (500 Washington Ave). Parents will have the opportunity to take classes, learn valuable lessons and network. Free childcare and lunch will be provided. Exciting character and virtues classes are available for youth and special guest appearances. To register … Continue reading “Parent University January Session”

Springfield Central High School Class of 1965 invites you to a Western Caribbean Cruise

By | January 07, 2009

The Springfield Central High School Class of 1965 invites you to a Western Carribean Cruise. The carnival cruise is April 25th – April 30th. The itinerary includes stops such as the Cayman Islands, Ocha Rios, and Jamaica. A valid U.S. Passport is require. For more information contact Willie Wright at 912- 748-7434 or Roosevelt Smalls at 912-695-6262 or T.J. Reese … Continue reading “Springfield Central High School Class of 1965 invites you to a Western Caribbean Cruise”

Savannah Market Bazaar launches the Vendor of the Month campaign

By | January 07, 2009

The Savannah Market Bazaar is pleased to launch the Vendor of the Month campaign. On Saturday, January 10th, 2009 the Market Bazaar will feature Tybee artist, Hadley Kelly. Hadley is a nationally recognized ceramic artist. An award winning graduate from the Herron School of Art, she has had numerous appearances on NPR’s “Art of the Matter” and CBS’s “Women in … Continue reading “Savannah Market Bazaar launches the Vendor of the Month campaign”

MLK, Jr. Observance in Liberty County

By | January 07, 2009

The Liberty County Martin Luther King, Jr. Observance Association announces the theme for its Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration, January 16- 19, 2009, “Changing the World…One Day at a Time.” Please join us as we celebrate the life and legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. Friday January 16 – Love-It Productions presents “We are the Change that We Seek” … Continue reading “MLK, Jr. Observance in Liberty County”

Sports With Walter Moore

By | January 07, 2009

Lady Tigers Halt Losing Streak Crissa Jackson hit two free throws with three seconds left to give the Savannah State women’s basketball team a 58-57 win over Bethune-Cookman in Tiger Arena on December 30. The win halted SSU’s eight game losing streak. SSU went without a field goal for almost nine minutes but hit 11 key free throws down the … Continue reading “Sports With Walter Moore”

Cheryl Haworth Classic Weightlifting Competition This Weekend

By | January 07, 2009

This Saturday, January 10, there will be a Cheryl Haworth Classic Weightlifting Competition. This will be the first annual event to honor Coastal Empire Weightlifting and Savannah’s 2000 Olympic Bronze Medalist and three time Olympian. Cheryl will be lifting as well as presenting awards to our up and coming future Olympians. Joe Dube, 1968 Olympic record holder and bronze medalist, … Continue reading “Cheryl Haworth Classic Weightlifting Competition This Weekend”