Savannah Native Returns Home to Promote Book

By | May 27, 2009

The Book Lady Bookstore will host a reception for, and reading by, Savannah-born poet, David Coney, author of You Are a Genius. The event, which is free and open to the public., will be held Friday, May 29th at 7 pm at 6 E. Liberty St., downtown Savannah. David Coney, currently based in Atlanta and working as an aeronautics engineer … Continue reading “Savannah Native Returns Home to Promote Book”

Bass Pro Shops to Offer Free Family Summer Camp

By | May 27, 2009

With families struggling through the economic downturn, one retailer has decided to do something to help families still enjoy doing fun things together as a family at a very affordable price – absolutely free! The Bass Pro Shops Family Summer Camp features free activities and workshops where families can spend time together learning the skills they need to enjoy great … Continue reading “Bass Pro Shops to Offer Free Family Summer Camp”

Kelly Receives Third Degree

By | May 27, 2009

At the University of Phoenix Commencement Ceremony held on Sunday, May 17, 2009, at the Savannah International Trade Center, LaToya M. Kelly received a Masters of Business Administration Degree (MEA) graduating with a GPA of 3.65. Family and friends were all in attendance to witness this historical event. A 25-year-old native of Savannah, Georgia, LaToya is a first generation college … Continue reading “Kelly Receives Third Degree”

The Last Song casting call

By | May 27, 2009

Jackie Burch Casting is looking for 18 to 20 year old males who can both juggle and Hacky Sack for a role in the new Miley Cyrus movie The Last Song. An open audition will be held on Wednesday, May 27, 10 a.m. to noon at the Arbor Stage on John P. Rousakis Plaza, River Street. If you are auditioning, … Continue reading “The Last Song casting call”

Second Harvest’s Community Kitchen Culinary Class Graduates

By | May 27, 2009

America’s Second Harvest’s 32nd Community Kitchen Culinary Arts Class held a graduation ceremony at Richard Arnold Center for Adult Education on May 20th. Congratulations to Melissa Alarcon, H. Jaymes Frazier, W. Ann Jackson, Tramaine King, Stacy Knox, Maria Mongrout, Raymond Nedd, Robert Northcutt, Tameka Shaw, and Joann Sheppard for their achievement. Of these nine Community Kitchen graduates, four were ServSafe … Continue reading “Second Harvest’s Community Kitchen Culinary Class Graduates”

Obama Names Bolden to head NASA

By | May 27, 2009

President Barack Obama has named a former shuttle commander as the man he wants to head up NASA. Mr. Obama announced the nomination of retired US Marine Corps Major General Charles Bolden on May 23. A 1968 graduate of the United States Naval Academy (USNA), he became a Marine Aviator and test pilot. After his service with the National Aeronautics … Continue reading “Obama Names Bolden to head NASA”

Mutualettes Celebrate Twenty-Second Anniversary

By | May 27, 2009

Obama Picks Sotomayor for Supreme Court

By | May 27, 2009

President Barack Obama tapped federal appeals judge Sonia Sotomayor for the Supreme Court on Tuesday, making her the first Hispanic in history picked to wear the robes of a justice. If confirmed by the Senate, Sotomayor, 54, would succeed retiring Justice David Souter. Obama had said publicly he wanted a justice who combined intellect and empathy — the ability to … Continue reading “Obama Picks Sotomayor for Supreme Court”

Savannah It’s Praying Time

By | May 27, 2009

Time: 7:00am – 8:00 am Meeting Place: Flag Pole at Each School. May 28th – Gadsden Elementary School June 7th – Savannah Arts Academy June 14th – Scott Alternative School June 21st – East Broad Elementary School June 28th – Savannah High School

Kamp Phun

By | May 27, 2009

Applications are now being accepted for Kamp Phun 2009–a camp designed for children with incarcerated parents and parents that have been recently been released. This is a free camp and space is limited. For more information, please call Rev. Cheryl Parris at 233- 5965.