National Council of Negro Women Supports The Community

By | December 01, 2010

The Savannah Section of the National Council of Negro Women, Inc. (NCNW) proudly supported the American Cancer Society’s Return to Hollywood Red Carpet Fundraiser at the First City Club in historic downtown Savannah on Wednesday, November 17th. Members represented the organization’s mission, vision, and goals surrounding public service and health initiatives and supported the American Cancer Society’s efforts to raise … Continue reading “National Council of Negro Women Supports The Community”

Brampton Baptist Church Observes Candle Light Communion

By | December 01, 2010

The Brampton Bapt. Church Family invites the public to our annual Candlelight Communion services on Dec. 5, 2010 at 5;00p.m. The Church is located at 24 Coach Joe Turner St. Visitors are always welcome to worship with us where JESUS IS LORD!!!! Rev. T.J. Simmons, Pastor.

Miracle on May Street

By | December 01, 2010

On Saturday, December 18, 2010, hundreds of Savannah’s kids will get the Christmas they wish for. In an unprecedented cooperative effort between the Kids Helping Kids with the Savannah Chatham County Public School System, JCPenney, Mitsubishi Power Systems, Pan Hellenic Society, Junior League of Savannah, Zeta Phi Beta, Top Ladies of Distinction and others, a collection for toys, clothes, school … Continue reading “Miracle on May Street”

The C.O.L.A. Center of Georgia, Inc. Opens

By | December 01, 2010

During the weekday, hundreds of cars pass through the corners of Hodgson Memorial and Stephenson Avenue. The C.O.L.A. Center of Georgia, Inc. (Communities Organizing Legal Assistance) opened its doors in July 2010. Since its opening, the organization has assisted many clients with attorney referrals for original cases and appeals in the criminal arena. The organization’s mission statement reads “to ensure … Continue reading “The C.O.L.A. Center of Georgia, Inc. Opens”

MUMC Heart & Vascular Institute Receives $500,000 Gift

By | December 01, 2010

Judith A. Thomas made a generous donation of $500,000 to the Heart & Vascular Institute at Memorial University Medical Center (MUMC). Thomas will also give $250,000 annually, beginning in 2012. The funds will be used to establish, support, and sustain the John G. Spellman, M.D., Cardiovascular Chair in honor of John Spellman, cardiologist. The money will be used to provide … Continue reading “MUMC Heart & Vascular Institute Receives $500,000 Gift”

Hubert Middle Named as a Breakthrough School for the State of Georgia

By | December 01, 2010

Recently, Hubert Middle School was named as a Breakthrough Middle School for the state of Georgia. This honor, bestowed by the Georgia Association of Secondary School Principals, is the highest honor a middle school can earn through the GASSP organization. “Hubert Middle School was one of 13 schools identified this year by GASSP as one of the best middle schools … Continue reading “Hubert Middle Named as a Breakthrough School for the State of Georgia”

Union Mission Invites Local Individuals, Businesses to Participate in Annual Angel Tree Holiday Tradition

By | December 01, 2010

Union Mission invites the general public to help those in need this holiday season by supporting the Angel Tree program, which provides donated holiday gifts to homeless local children and families. “The Angel Tree program is a great way to give back during the holiday season,” said Frances Carter, interim president and CEO of Union Mission. “There are so many … Continue reading “Union Mission Invites Local Individuals, Businesses to Participate in Annual Angel Tree Holiday Tradition”

Georgia Historical Society and Georgia Public Broadcasting Partner

By | December 01, 2010

Today In Georgia History is an exciting new educational project that focuses on an historical event or person associated with a particular day in Georgia history. These short segments will air daily on GPB television and radio stations across the state, and will then be archived and available on the Web. GHS and GPB will be collaborating to provide audiences … Continue reading “Georgia Historical Society and Georgia Public Broadcasting Partner”

Shaw Celebrates the National Release of Her Children’s Book

By | December 01, 2010

M. Beatryce Shaw celebrates the nationwide release of her new children’s book, “Mr. Browne and the Rose Show.” In the story, Mr. Browne’s roses are participating in the town of Perennial’s rose show. Their unique shades of brown make them perfect for the competition, but not everyone is excited about roses that are different. “Mr. Browne and the Rose Show” … Continue reading “Shaw Celebrates the National Release of Her Children’s Book”

Countdown to “THE BIG DAY” And the Great Cook-off Begins… 100 Strong

By | December 01, 2010

“The Big Day” is almost here, and as of press time, approximately 100 plus celebrity men are eagerly waiting to show-off their culinary skills. Yes, it’s time for the eleventh annual “Savannah’s 100 Celebrity Men Who Cook,” and this year promises to be bigger and better than ever. On Sunday, December 12, 2010 – 3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m., the … Continue reading “Countdown to “THE BIG DAY” And the Great Cook-off Begins… 100 Strong”