New Report Highlights Efforts of Six Cities to Combat Childhood Obesity

By | May 05, 2010

As the country’s childhood obesity epidemic poses dire implications for the health and well-being of children, families and communities, city and school district leaders are in a prime position to find solutions. A new report from the National League of Cities (NLC) Institute for Youth, Education, and Families and the American Association of School Administrators (AASA) highlights cityschool teams for … Continue reading “New Report Highlights Efforts of Six Cities to Combat Childhood Obesity”

The Benefits of a Good Stretch – Daily

By | May 05, 2010

Every person from young to old, will benefit from a daily stretching routine and become more flexible. It will also protect the muscles of the body from injury. A stretching routine can start with a little as 5 minuets to as long as 30 to 45 minuets to complete. This will help the person feel healthier and more energized throughout … Continue reading “The Benefits of a Good Stretch – Daily”

Quacco Baptist to Present A Family Heritage

By | May 05, 2010

Come celebrate the family with us, as we present the musical drama presentation “A Family Heritage” by Savannah local Nancy Minsky. Through music, poetry, and drama “A Family Heritage”. Your heart will be blessed and you will be challenged to treasure the joy of your family, as you listen to the beautiful music and stories told in Nancy Minsky’s “A … Continue reading “Quacco Baptist to Present A Family Heritage”

Central to hold Women’s / Mother’s Day Conference

By | May 05, 2010

Central Missionary Baptist Church, 738 Hitch Drive (Hitch Village) will hold a Women’s/ Mother’s Day Conference Wednesday through Friday May 5, 6, 7, 2010 7:30 PM Nightly. Theme: Women Living a Life of Expectations:Gleaning the Field for Christ Ruth 2: 2-3 We the Women Ministry Cordially invite you to our Annual Conference. On Wednesday May 5th, 2010- Mother/Daughter Youth Night, … Continue reading “Central to hold Women’s / Mother’s Day Conference”

Gaskin, Johnson Awarded W.W. Law Athletic Scholarships

By | May 05, 2010

Ameretta Gaskin (cheerleading) and Dan Johnson (football) were named the 2010 recipients of the W.W. Law Athletic Scholarship during the Savannah State University Athletics Banquet, held in the Savannah ballroom in the King Frazier Student Center on the SSU campus. Gaskin is dedicated academically as much as she is athletically. She is a Junior, Behavior Analysis major from Lithonia, GA. … Continue reading “Gaskin, Johnson Awarded W.W. Law Athletic Scholarships”

New Effingham One Stop to Offer Help to the Unemployed

By | May 05, 2010

Job-seekers have new support in Effingham County with the opening of a One-Stop Center on April 21. The Effingham One- Stop Center, a partnership between Effingham County, the Georgia Department of Labor and the Coastal Workforce Investment Board, is located in the Effingham County Annex Building, 768 Highway 119 South, Springfield, GA. The Effingham One Stop Center will provide services … Continue reading “New Effingham One Stop to Offer Help to the Unemployed”

Sports with Walter Moore

By | May 05, 2010

Tigers Down Norfolk State Savannah State won two of three games from Norfolk State over the weekend. It took 10 innings but SSU prevailed with a 7-5 win over the Spartans on April 30 as the Tigers scored two runs in the extra inning. After dropping the first game of a doubleheader, 3-2, on May 1, SSU bounced back with … Continue reading “Sports with Walter Moore”