Arranged with a bereavement counselor by calling 912-303- 9442.
The Moultrie Mission Annual Cookies for Kids Cancer Bake Sale May 11, 2013 8AM-2PM at Wal-Mart 4725 US Highway 80, Savannah, GA 31410. The Moultrie Mission Annual Cookies for Kids Cancer Bake sale helps raise money for pediatric cancer research. If you are wondering why there is a need to raise money for pediatric cancer research, it might come as … Continue reading “Moultrie Mission Inc’s Annual Cookies For Kids Cancer Bake Sale”
Ellis Garvin was born on December 20, 1934, in Cylo, Georgia near the Savannah River to his parents Major Julius Garvin and Earlene Smith Garvin. They welcomed him to their large family; he was one of eight children. The Garvin family tended livestock on their farm and Ellis obtained what education schools of the area offered. At thirteen years old, … Continue reading “The Spotlight’s On: Ellis Garvin “A Guide to Our Two Savannahs””
On Sunday, April 14, 2013, the Beach Institute will host an opening exhibit for guest artist David Wolobah. The opening reception will take place at 3pm in the West Gallery of the Beach Institute with a gallery talk by the artist. Mr. Wolobah started painting in December 1983. His collection is a blend of abstract mixed with figures in it, … Continue reading “Beach Institute Presents Works By Liberian Artist David Wolobah”
Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. Nu Chapter will observe its annual Business Month celebration on Sunday, April 28, 2013 at 5:00 p.m. at the Historic Bolton Street Missionary Baptist Church, 821 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Iota’s capstone program focuses on efforts to stimulate interest in business education and to give recognition to those who have made outstanding achievements … Continue reading “Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. Observes Annual Business Month”
Mrs. Jacquelyn B. F. Cooper was recently elected Most Ancient Grand Matron of the Wilhelmina H. Parrish Grand Court Heroines of Jericho, Prince Hall. She is the married to Mr. Ernest Cooper Jr., a mother of three wonderful sons, the grandmother of two blessed grandchildren, Jayv’yn J. Cooper and Kaylyn N. Cooper, also a daughter by marriage Mrs. Syreeta Cooper … Continue reading “Newly Elected Most Ancient Grand Matron”
The Savannah Spoken Word Festival (SSWF) produced by the Spitfire Poetry Group of the Performing Arts Collective of Savannah returns after a two-year hiatus following the passing of festival founder, Clinton D. Powell. The week-long event will be held April 22- 28, and will provide activities for the entire family at different venues around town such as: Abeni Cultural Arts, … Continue reading “Savannah Spoken Word Festival Returns”
Easter was celebrated on Sunday, March 31, 2013, less than two weeks ago and the things that were said and done during Holy Week makes it seems as if Christians are in the desert without a shepherd. The Good News is that the Easter Season is a fifty-day celebration and the hope is that by Pentecost (May 12th) Christians will … Continue reading “Is it Easter Yet?”
The City of Savannah is taking its permitting process on the road in April. From 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, April 13, City Development Services staff will be available at the southside Home Depot, 11180 Abercorn Street. Citizens can get their questions answered and receive guidance on building permits, plan reviews and inspections. Those with proper documentation can … Continue reading “City to Hold Home Improvement Permitting Day”
Share your time and special talents with others, join the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program, we need your help to help others. Through RSVP seniors 55 and older serve in various community organizations from 1 to 40 hours per week. For further exciting information please call 234- 7842 or Linda Fields at 238- 2960 ext 123.