Central Oak Grove Baptist to Hold Fashion Show

By | August 08, 2012

The Central Oak Grove Missionary Baptist Church’s Christian Education Ministry cordially invites you to join us in celebrating our 1st Annual Fashion Show, to be hosted Saturday, September 15, 2012 at Park Lane Hotel & Suites, 12 Park Lane, Hilton Head Island, SC 29928. Our fashion show titled, “The Past, Present and Future”, will showcase fashions from the 60’s, 70’s … Continue reading “Central Oak Grove Baptist to Hold Fashion Show”

Bethlehem Missionary Baptist to Hold Bible School Nightly

By | August 08, 2012

Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church is going fishing. Our 2012 Vacation Bible School Theme is “Fishin’ on a Mission with Jesus”. Join us for a week of Bible Study, Crafts and dinner each night beginning at 5:30 PM. If you need transportation call ahead for pick-up at 912- 233-9040 ext 26. Vacation Bible School is will be held at 1008 May … Continue reading “Bethlehem Missionary Baptist to Hold Bible School Nightly”

Tatumville Community Improvement Association

By | August 08, 2012

For the 13th 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 August – December, 2012 and will place youth in jobs promoting maintenance in our community. Applications will be available at … Continue reading “Tatumville Community Improvement Association”

Veterans for Peace

By | August 08, 2012

The Savannah chapter of Veterans for Peace meets on the last Monday of each month in the upstairs room at Loco’s, 301 W. Broughton St. at 7 P.M. VFP is a national organization of men and women of all eras, duty stations, and branches of service. We work to expose the true costs of war and to support veterans and … Continue reading “Veterans for Peace”

“Welcome to the State of Poverty”

By | August 08, 2012

Step Up Savannah and Hands On Savannah invite you 2 – 4:30 p.m., August 23 Step Up’s next poverty simulation, open to the public, is scheduled for Aug. 23 at the Savannah Civic Center. The simulation requires groups of 35 to 75 people to assume the roles of families living in poverty. Some are TANF recipients and some ”Participation is … Continue reading ““Welcome to the State of Poverty””

Starting a Business Workshop

By | August 08, 2012

A workshop entitled “‘Starting a Business” will be held on Tuesday evening Aug. 14, 2012 at the Small Business Resource Center, 111 East Liberty Street. It is $69 per person (includes the cost of class materials) Special pricing is available for two or more people attending together.The workshop is co-sponsored by The University of Georgia Small Business Development Center and … Continue reading “Starting a Business Workshop”

Tompkins High c/o 1978

By | August 08, 2012

The 1978 c/o Tompkins High school will meet Aug. 11, 2012 6p.m. at 44 Quail Forest Dr. For information contact Julie Bright-Dinkins at 443- 9806 or brightdinkins@att.net. To celebrate our 35th class reunion we will be traveling to the city of brotherly love (Philadelphia, Pa.) July 17-21, 2013. A deposit will be due Sept. 2012, Balance must be paid in … Continue reading “Tompkins High c/o 1978”

St. Pius X High Alumni Holds Monthly Meeting

By | August 08, 2012

The St. Pius X High School Alumni Assoc. meets every third Saturday, 1p.m. at the Resurrection of Our Lord Church, 112 Fell St. Savannah, GA. For membership information, call Mr. Deloach at 912-238-0190. Ormonde Lewis, ’63 is the president. SPX Classmates, Schoolmates, Teachers, and Friends

Families Can’t Understand How

By | August 08, 2012

Families can’t understand how someone so bright and so loved can turn to drugs. Find out why this happens and how you can get your loved one back by getting your own copy of “The Truth About Becoming Addicted: How Good People Lose Control.” Call 1-888-837- 9177 today to receive your free copy or visit www.becomingaddicted.org.

Survivors of Suicide Support Group

By | August 08, 2012

Suicide is often labeled as “a senseless death” leaving survivors with guilt, anger, hurt and unanswered questions. The United Way of the Coastal Empire, Hospice Savannah’s Full Circle, and the Coastal Suicide Prevention Alliance offer an on-going support group for survivors of suicide on the third Thursday of each month.The group offers a safe, confidential space to participants and is … Continue reading “Survivors of Suicide Support Group”