Sickle Cell Disease

By | September 01, 2010

St. Joseph’s/Candler’s African American Health Information & Resource Center will present “Sickle Cell Disease” on September 9 from 5:30 to 7:00 PM at the Center, located on 1910 Abercorn Street. For more information, please call 447- 6605

Chatham Retired Educator’s Association

By | September 01, 2010

The Chatham Retired Educator’s Association will meet on September 13, 2010 at Carey Hilliard’s on Abercorn Extension, 10:30- 12 noon. This orgaizationmeets each second Tuesday from September through April. The lunch is $14. Please attend and bring another retiree. Mrs. Jere Williams serves the association as president.

Berry to Keynote United Way Campaign Kick off

By | September 01, 2010

The United Way will hold its campaign kick-off on Wednesday, September 8, 2010 at the Savannah Civic Center. Campaign Kick-Off officially marks the beginning of United Way of the Coastal Empire’s fundraising efforts in Bryan, Effingham, Chatham and Liberty counties. Highlights of the event include announcement of the four county fundraising goal, recognition of Campaign Cabinet members and Loaned Associates … Continue reading “Berry to Keynote United Way Campaign Kick off”

Jackson Honored During Black Caucus Conference

By | September 01, 2010

Saxton Named Savannah’s Sunday’s Best

By | September 01, 2010

Brian Saxton of Statesboro is the winner of Savannah’s Sunday’s Best, a local gospel music competition. Savannah’s Sunday’s Best was presented by Rev. Clarence “Teddy” Williams and The Trigon Group. This program included recruiting talent throughout Savannah and surrounding counties. Celebrity Judges for the finals were Vickie Winans, Earnest Pugh and E. Larry McDuffie. The finals were held on Friday, … Continue reading “Saxton Named Savannah’s Sunday’s Best”

Thousands March for Justice in D.C., Detroit, New Orleans

By | September 01, 2010

red, black and green flag flapping in the sweltering Saturday afternoon breeze said it all in the one word embroidered on its front – “Justice.” That one word encompassed the sentiments of the throng of thousands who weaved for miles through the streets of Washington, D.C. behind civil rights leaders, chanting, singing and shouting demands from the powers that be. … Continue reading “Thousands March for Justice in D.C., Detroit, New Orleans”

AWOL Announces Open House Event and Audition Schedule

By | September 01, 2010

All Walks of Life will host an Open House showcasing Arts and Technology Programs on September 10; Auditions for upcoming theater and music programs will begin September 23-24 SAVANNAH, Ga. – All Walks of Life (AWOL) will host an Open House on Friday, September 10 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. Parents, teachers, teens and youth service workers are welcome to attend to … Continue reading “AWOL Announces Open House Event and Audition Schedule”

Health Restoration The Healing Touch

By | September 01, 2010

The goal of this series of articles and the goal of the Health Restoration 101 programs are to help you maximize your chances of living a longer, healthier life. Our programs are simple, comprehensive, well documented and easy to follow. “Nutrition Consulting Saves Lives” During my tenure with the Southern Community Cohort Study, I met in Jacksonville a woman who … Continue reading “Health Restoration The Healing Touch”

Coastal Middle School Achieves International Baccalaureate Status

By | September 01, 2010

Coastal Middle School is now officially an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School. On July 29, 2010 the school became one of 13 IB Middle Years Programme World Schools in Georgia and one of only 366 nationwide, authorized to offer the IBMY Programme designed for ages 11-16. Coastal Middle School in partnership with Johnson High School will offer the five year … Continue reading “Coastal Middle School Achieves International Baccalaureate Status”

The First City Club Set to Host the 2010 ClubCorp Charity Classic

By | September 01, 2010

The 2010 ClubCorp Charity Classic, hosted by The First City Club, will be held from 5 pm – 9 pm on September 24th in Johnson Square. This year’s event theme is Denim to Diamonds, and will benefit three local charities. The First City Club will be raising money for the American Cancer Society, the MDA’s Augie’s Quest to Cure ALS, … Continue reading “The First City Club Set to Host the 2010 ClubCorp Charity Classic”