Wilson Graduates FBI National Academy

By | June 30, 2010

On June 18, 2010, two hundred sixty law enforcement officers graduated Friday from the FBI National Academy Program at Quantico, Virginia. The 241st session of the National Academy consisted of men and women from 49 states. Included in the class are members of law enforcement agencies from the District of Columbia, 25 international countries, four military organizations, and four federal … Continue reading “Wilson Graduates FBI National Academy”

Honoring Sam Dunham

By | June 30, 2010

Samuel Walter Dunham, the second of eleven children, born in Jacksonville, Florida recently enjoyed an afternoon of honor and praise for a job well done at Michon’s in College Park, GA. He accredits his parents, Mrs. Martha Carter of Savannah and the late Johnnie Carter for his success. They shaped the morals and character of not only himself, but all … Continue reading “Honoring Sam Dunham”

AASU, SSU Students Heading to Ghana

By | June 30, 2010

A group of students from Armstrong Atlantic State University and Savannah State University are heading to Ghana in early July in the first trip to this nation on the west coast of Africa organized by both AASU’s and SSU’s offices of international education. The trip, the result of ongoing collaboration between SSU and AASU, will take half a dozen students … Continue reading “AASU, SSU Students Heading to Ghana”

Sol C. Johnson High School Named One of America’s Best High Schools

By | June 30, 2010

Sol C. Johnson High School has been named one of “America’s Best High Schools” for 2010 by Newsweek magazine. Newsweek reports a high school is selected for the list based on how hard school staffs work to challenge students with advanced placement college-level courses and tests. Just over 1600 schools, six percent of all the public schools in the United … Continue reading “Sol C. Johnson High School Named One of America’s Best High Schools”

Alfred E. Beach High School Recognized with the “Nobel Prize for Public Service”

By | June 30, 2010

In celebration of their extraordinary contributions to their school and their work within the community, one of the Student Leaders from Alfred E. Beach High School of Savannah, Georgia was honored this evening as the Savannah Recipient For Outstanding Service By a High School at a Washington, D.C. awards dinner. In addition to Beach High School, 126 other Americans were … Continue reading “Alfred E. Beach High School Recognized with the “Nobel Prize for Public Service””

United Way Women’s Legacy Council Raises Over $9,000

By | June 30, 2010

Women’s Legacy Council, the local women’s giving circle launched by United Way of the Coastal Empire, raised over $9,000 in its second annual Give-a- Way project. Funds raised will be used to provide bus passes for women served through United Way programs and services. For many low-income women in the community, transportation is one of the most significant barriers to … Continue reading “United Way Women’s Legacy Council Raises Over $9,000”

Youth Work Program for Tatemville Community

By | June 30, 2010

For the 11th year, the Tatemville Community Improvement Association, Inc. has received a grant to fund a Youth Work Program. The program is for youth aged 14 – 17 that live in the Tatemville Community. The program will run from June – December 2010 and will place youth in jobs promoting maintenance in our community. Applications will be available at … Continue reading “Youth Work Program for Tatemville Community”

American Cancer Society Presents Evening of Hope

By | June 30, 2010

The American Cancer Society will be holding its second annual Evening of Hope from 7 pm – 10 pm on Monday, July 12, at B. Matthew’s Eatery. The Evening of Hope consists of a 5 course meal with wine pairings selected by B. Matthew’s award winning chef. There will also be a silent auction, wine raffle, and live entertainment. “Evening … Continue reading “American Cancer Society Presents Evening of Hope”

New Book Teaches Children About Hurricane Season

By | June 30, 2010

Hurricane season is no longer just around the corner… it’s officially here until December 1st. So the timing of this new release is perfect preparation for children living in coastal communities. Last years hurricane season was very mild with just nine named storms, the fewest in 12 years. But many forecasters say that this year will be worse. Joe Bastardi, … Continue reading “New Book Teaches Children About Hurricane Season”

Teen Camp at Con-Ed, Inc. Family Resource Center

By | June 30, 2010

The Board of Christian Education of Connor’s Temple Baptist Church, Rev. Bennie R. Mitchell, Jr., pastor, completed the first week of teen camp 2010 at Con-Ed. Friday, July 2, 2010, is the camp’s last day. The Fully Armored Youth Teen Camp of Con- Ed, Inc. began Monday, June 21. The Directress, Mrs. Bettina Tate, and Directresses, Ms. Kim Mitchell and … Continue reading “Teen Camp at Con-Ed, Inc. Family Resource Center”