Boys & Girls Clubs of the Coastal Empire Host Annual Kick Butt Day

By | March 07, 2012

On Wednesday, March 21, 2012, at 4:30 p.m. Boys & Girls Clubs of the Coastal Empire Kayton – Frazier Unit will host Kick Butt Day coordinated by the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids. Kick Butt Day is a national day of activism that empowers youth to speak up and take action against tobacco use at 1,000 events from coast to coast. … Continue reading “Boys & Girls Clubs of the Coastal Empire Host Annual Kick Butt Day”

Culinary Institute of Savannah Wins Awards at Conference

By | March 07, 2012

Savannah Technical College culinary arts students and its department head for the Culinary Institute of Savannah received top honors at the American Culinary Federation (ACF) Southeastern Regional Conference in Winston- Salem, N.C., February 20- 22, 2012. STC’s Culinary Arts Knowledge Bowl team won the Baron H. Galand Culinary Knowledge Bowl Southeast regional competition and earned a gold medal. Team members … Continue reading “Culinary Institute of Savannah Wins Awards at Conference”

Savannah Friends of Music and Paula Wallace to be honored at One Small Voice Award Ceremony.

By | March 07, 2012

On Saturday, March 10 from 6-8 p.m. at the JCB headquarters in Pooler, the Savannah Children’s Choir will honor Paula Wallace and the Savannah Friends of Music for their work improving the lives of children in our community. The event, presented by JCB, is sponsored by Barbara & Michael Ruddy, with corporate support from Hunter Maclean, and transportation sponsorship from … Continue reading “Savannah Friends of Music and Paula Wallace to be honored at One Small Voice Award Ceremony.”

SSU Holds Business Sessions

By | March 07, 2012

Savannah State University in conjunction with the Moses Jackson Advancement Center , will host an entrepreneurship session called “10 Steps to Starting a Business” on March 14th, 2012 from 6:30PM-8:00PM. This session is designed to provide Savannah residents with information about starting and funding small businesses. MJAC is a Savannah facility with a mission to provide services that support the … Continue reading “SSU Holds Business Sessions”

“Lunch Break” Procedure Breakthrough for Varicose Veins

By | March 07, 2012

Savannah-area sufferers from severe varicose veins can now turn to a new hightech procedure that’s much, much better than what our mothers and grandmothers had to have. And it’s available from renowned Savannah surgeon Dr. William Darden. Human beings have suffered from varicose veins ever since we first walked upright, and today more than 30 million Americans struggle with the … Continue reading ““Lunch Break” Procedure Breakthrough for Varicose Veins”

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By | March 07, 2012

Final Claims Deadline Nears for Black Farmers in $1.25 Billion Settlement

By | March 07, 2012

A landmark class action settlement for African Americans who experienced farm loan discrimination by the USDA is entering its final phase. African Americans who farmed or attempted to farm (or their heirs) may be eligible for a sizeable cash payment or loan forgiveness from this $1.25 billion class action settlement. This final phase of the Black Farmers Discrimination Settlement (sometimes … Continue reading “Final Claims Deadline Nears for Black Farmers in $1.25 Billion Settlement”

Chatham County Youth Commission Attends Legislative Conference

By | March 07, 2012

The Chatham County Youth Commission traveled to Washington, DC, Philadelphia, and New York City for the 2012 Annual Legislative Tour. On Sunday, March 4, 2012, the Youth Commission traveled north to Washington, DC to visit the Spy Museum, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, the King Memorial and the Smithsonian Institute. The next day, March 5th, the Youth Commission participated … Continue reading “Chatham County Youth Commission Attends Legislative Conference”

International Writing Conference Comes to Savannah

By | March 07, 2012

For three days in June, college professors from throughout the world will gather in Savannah to discuss how students can regularly use writing throughout their college experience. Set for June 7 – 9 at the Coastal Georgia Center, the eleventh International Writing Across the Curriculum Conference will meet in Georgia for the first time. Held every other year, the conference … Continue reading “International Writing Conference Comes to Savannah”

21st Annual Tara Feis Kicks off Irish Celebration

By | March 07, 2012

The City of Savannah’s Department of Cultural Affairs and the Tara Feis Committee invites everyone to the 21st Annual Tara Feis Irish Celebration at Emmet Park on Saturday, March 10th from 11 a.m to 5 p.m. All events and stage performances are free and open to the public. Organized by Bernadette Winters & Harry O’Donoghue, the familyfriendly feis or festival … Continue reading “21st Annual Tara Feis Kicks off Irish Celebration”