The St. Pius X High School Alumni Assoc. meets every third Saturday, 1 p.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.
Friday, February 15, through Sunday, February 17, Savannah International Trade & Convention Center, One International Drive, Savannah Memorial Health is once again the health care sponsor for the Southern Women’s Show. Memorial will offer information on bone and joint health, spine surgery, surgery techniques, heart and vascular health, stroke awareness, and cancer awareness. Free screenings include cholesterol and blood sugar … Continue reading “Southern Women’s Show”
Applications are now being accepted for the 2013 Master Gardener Class to be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays 9:00AM-12:30PM from January 22nd thru April 4th, 2013 at the Bamboo Farm and at the Lake Mayer Community Room. The cost is $145.00. For more information call 912 652-7981.
Some people think that a cataract is a growth of tissue visible on the outside of the eyes. Instead…, a cataract is a clouding of the lens inside the eyes. The lens works like a camera lens, focusing light onto the back of the eyes. The lens also allows us to focus on things up close and far away. The … Continue reading ““EYE CARE” FOR YOU”
The Habersham School, Savannah’s first full-day Classical Christian School, celebrated its 100 Days of School Celebration Wednesday, January 23rd with specially-made t-shirts, 100 cupcakes, and lots of fanfare. The 100 days represented a historic marker for the inaugural year of this young Savannah school. “For many schools in the Savannah metro area the 100 Day Celebration is a way to … Continue reading “100 Days Celebration during Inaugural Year of First Full Day Classical School”
Early Scholars University located at 19 Colonial Trail in Garden City held a King and Queen Contest recently as a fundraiser for the school. Devoris Glanton, the son of Zelonia Williams and the late Devoris Glanton, Sr. was crowned King. He is a 4 year old who enjoys reading and singing. He is also the grandson of Mary Williams, Henry … Continue reading “Early Scholars University Selects King and Queen”
SC State University will host a guest piano recital on Thursday, Jan. 31, 2013 at 7 p.m. in the Dr. Barbara A. Vaughan Recital Hall. Dr. Misha Kim, classical concert artist and music educator, will be performing solo works by famous piano composers Robert Schumann, Leos Janacek, and Ludwig van Beethoven. The SC State University piano recital is free and … Continue reading “SC State’s Guest Piano Recital”
The Tom Joyner Foundation’s ‘School of the Month’ program has yet again honored Savannah State University with the title for August 2013. Twice before has SSU been named, raising more than $400, 000 in 2001 and more than $250, 000 in 2007. The university will have the privilege to be promoted on the Tom Joyner Morning Show throughout the month … Continue reading “The Tom Joyner Foundation Honors Savannah State University”
Savannah Waterfront Association, a non-profit organization responsible for festivals and events on historic River Street, recently hired Jim Downs as Executive Director and Carrie Bligh as Senior Director of Operations. Both professionals bring exceptional event planning expertise to their new positions. “Jim and Carrie will help take the Savannah Waterfront Association to a whole new level of success, exposure and … Continue reading “Savannah Waterfront Association Announces New Hires”
Partnering with cosponsors City of Savannah and Savannah’s Black Heritage Festival, which is hosted by Savannah State University, Armstrong Atlantic State University’s Department of Art, Music & Theatre (Armstrong AMT) presents John W. Franklin of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture to speak at noon Monday, February 4th in Fine Arts Hall on Armstrong’s campus. The … Continue reading “John W. Franklin To Speak At Armstrong”