In celebration of National Arts and Humanities month, The City of Savannah and Parker’s present the 2012 Picnic in the Park with media sponsor WSAV. This beloved Savannah tradition takes place on Oct.7 in beautiful Forsyth Park. Join family and friends for an afternoon and evening of performing arts, contests, entertainment and the chance to create your “Enchanted Evening” picnic … Continue reading “2012 Picnic in the Park to be Held”
A Chatham County District Attorney Candidates and Crime Issues Forum is set for 7p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 3 at the Jewish Educational Alliance, 5111 Abercorn Street in Savannah. Invited are District Attorney Candidates Larry Chisolm and Meg Daly Heap. The free forum will be moderated by WSAV TV news anchors Tina Tyus-Shaw and Russ Riesinger. For info call 355- 8111.
Grab your paper calendars, electronic calendars, tickler files and/or your Microsoft sticky notes—then flip or click to February 14- 17, 2013. Clear the decks for the sixth annual Savannah Book Festival and set aside time to Lose Yourself in Books. Bestselling mystery phenomenon James Patterson will present the keynote address on Friday night, February 15 at the Trustees Theater. On … Continue reading “Sixth Annual Savannah Book Festival to be Held”
Armstrong Atlantic State University announces the appointment of David Ward as dean for the College of Health Professions. Ward brings deep experience and an academic background in healthcare policy that will help position students in Armstrong’s College of Health Professions as leaders in the region and the country’s evolving healthcare field. “We are very fortunate to have Dr. Ward as … Continue reading “Armstrong Announces New Dean”
The Savannah College of Art and Design announced the competition film lineup for the 2012 Savannah Film Festival. The Oct. 27- Nov. 3 festival in downtown Savannah, Ga. is celebrating 15 years of cinematic creativity from award-winning professionals and emerging student filmmakers. The Savannah Film Festival provides students opportunities to network and interact with the entertainment industry while promoting quality, … Continue reading “SCAD Announces 2012 Savannah Film Festival”
St Philip A. M. E. Church will officially welcome its new pastor, Reverend Scottie Swinney, Sunday, September 30, 2012 at 4:00 pm at the church. St. Philip A.M.E. is located at 613 Martin Luther King Blvd. Religious and Civic leaders from all over the Coastal Empire have been invited to participate in the celebration. Scottie Swinney comes to Savannah from … Continue reading “St. Philip A.M.E. Welcomes New Pastor”
You are invited to the gathering of Christian women for one hour of interactive, dynamic, and challenging leadership training. It is sponsored by “The Daughters Ministry” and is on every 2nd Saturday of the month from 12pm to 1pm at First New Light Baptist Church, 601 Barnard Street, Savannah, GA 31402. The Pastor is Roger D. Green. The founder & … Continue reading “Daughter’s Ministry Sponsors Leadership Training”
The church, located at 201 Baker Street, will hold a family and friends day celebration on Sunday September 30, 2012 at 4pm. The guest minister is Pastor Van Marie Green of Everlasting Life Christian Church.
The Zion Pentecostal Union will convene at First Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church located at 519 East 31st St. on Sept. 26,27,28 and 30. The pastor is Rev. Vinson I. Walker. On Wednesday Sept. 26 is a hot dog fellowship at 6:30pm followed by the Youth Service at 7pm. On Thursday Sept. 27 and Friday Sept. 28 service will began at … Continue reading “Zion Pentecostal Union to Hold Services”
The Virtuous Women of Friendship Ministry have two open slots for the Women Thou Art Loosed Conference to be held in Atlanta, GA from Thursday, Oct. 4 through Saturday, October 6, 20122 at the Phillips Arena. The cost will be $190 per person. This price includes registration, round-trip bus transportation from Savannah to Atlanta, two-night stay at the Drury Inn … Continue reading “First Friendship Missionary Baptist Church Announces Slots for Women Thou Art Loosed Conference”