Special lecture: Reverend Hosea Williams and the Crusade for Voters

By | January 21, 2009

Carnegie Branch Library (231-9921), Monday, Jan. 26 @ 6 p.m. Presented by the Savannah Chapter of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. Carl Gilliard and others share their memories about the Civil Rights leader. Also in conjunction with the lecture, a display of photos from the Crusade of Voters is on exhibit at the Carnegie Branch Library through Jan. 31.

Tompkins Class of ’64 Plans for the Big “45”

By | January 21, 2009

Members of the Sophronia M. Tompkins High School Class of 1964 are in the full throttle planning mode to celebrate the forty fifth anniversary of their graduation. The reunion activities will be in Savannah, July 16-19, 2009. All THS Class of ’64 members and friends are encouraged to be a part of this great celebration.. For fees, activities, locations, etc., … Continue reading “Tompkins Class of ’64 Plans for the Big “45””

Student Activities Council Hosts 3rd Annual Cultural Awareness Day

By | January 21, 2009

Savannah Technical College’s Student Activities Council will host the 3rd Annual Cultural Awareness Day, Thursday, January 29 in the Eckburg Auditorium on Savannah Campus beginning at 11:00 a.m. The event highlights the growing international population of Savannah Technical College. The event is free and includes foods from across the world, exhibits highlighting facts from different cultures, and displays created by … Continue reading “Student Activities Council Hosts 3rd Annual Cultural Awareness Day”

CASA Needs Volunteers to Advocate for Abused Children

By | January 21, 2009

Every child should have a safe, loving, and permanent home, but many do not. Each year hundreds of children in Chatham County are abused and neglected by those who are supposed to care for them. The Savannah/Chatham County Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) program is a catalyst for change, but they need your help. These children need your voice in … Continue reading “CASA Needs Volunteers to Advocate for Abused Children”

Tompkins Class of 1970 Meeting

By | January 21, 2009

The next class meeting is scheduled for Saturday, January 24, 2009 at 3:00 p.m. at the home of Cheryl (Ancrum) Mason, 4712 Heritage Street (Liberty City). All classmates are invited to attend. For further information, see visit www.classcreator.com/savannah ga-tompkins-1970.

Volunteers Needed

By | January 21, 2009

Join the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program of EOA, we need your help to help others. Through RSVP seniors 55 and older serve in various community organizations from 1 to 40 hours per week. Savannah Sickle Cell Association and Hospice House are presently in need of volunteers through RSVP. “Volunteers are the Heart of America.” For information, call 234-7842 or … Continue reading “Volunteers Needed”

Golden Age Program Seeks Seniors

By | January 21, 2009

All seniors are encouraged to participate in the Golden Age Program at the beautiful Tatemville Lake and Community Center, Monday- Friday 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 333 Coleman St. Enjoy good fellowship, hot meals daily, crafts, shopping trips, computer class gardening & more. Telephone # 912-691- 6289.

Give the Gift of Education and Encouragement

By | January 21, 2009

Help give the gift of education and encouragement this season by volunteering one hour a week to tutor and mentor area youth. For more information please contact Kerri Goodrich, Performance Initiatives, Inc., 912-507- 7106 www.performanceinitiative. org

“Wheels of Love”

By | January 21, 2009

Do you know someone who has been deprived of their ability to walk due to illness or disease? If so, “Wheels of Love” can help your loved ones regain confidence and their independence with a power wheelchair or scooter. For eligibility, call 1-866- 631-3022.

Babies Don’t Come With Instructions

By | January 21, 2009

Love Babies? This Volunteer Opportunity is for You! The First Steps Parents of Newborns program pairs volunteers with new families in the hospital setting to provide emotional support, parenting education materials, and referrals to community resources. Volunteer training and all materials are provided. For more information about the First Steps Parents of Newborns program call 819-6911 or 819-6910 or email … Continue reading “Babies Don’t Come With Instructions”