Leadership Savannah Applications Available For 2015-2016 Class

By | April 08, 2015

Now through June 12, Leadership Savannah will accept applications for the 2015-2016 class. The year-long course will be limited to 42 participants. Current and emerging leaders chosen for the class will be active in business, education, the arts, religion, government, community-based organizations and ethnic and minority groups, and will reflect the diversity of the community. Applicants must have the full … Continue reading “Leadership Savannah Applications Available For 2015-2016 Class”

Week Of The Young Child A Literacy Celebration

By | April 08, 2015

This event will benefit children enrolled in Wesley’s Early Childhood Center and The Lady Bamford Center. There will be a week full of celebration that will include the annual national event, “The Week of the Young Child,” to promote quality early childhood education and literacy. The week of April 13- 17, 2015, is the designated week. Events will begin at … Continue reading “Week Of The Young Child A Literacy Celebration”

The Sweet Life: The Day In The Life Of A Type 1 Diabetic

By | April 08, 2015

The Sweet Life, an exhibit of photographic images created by Chelsea Warlick, tells the story of Abbey Brannen, age 9, and how she and her family live with her Type 1 Diabetes. The images will be on display at the Cultural Arts Gallery now through May 1. Abbey was taken to the hospital and diagnosed with diabetes at the age … Continue reading “The Sweet Life: The Day In The Life Of A Type 1 Diabetic”

ASU Chief Of Police Honored At Federal 100 Awards Gala in Washington, D.C.

By | April 08, 2015

Armstrong State University’s Chief of Police Wayne Willcox was honored with a Federal 100 Award at the 26th Annual Federal 100 Awards Gala in Washington, D.C. on March 26. Willcox was the only honoree from an academic institution. “This award truly recognizes Armstrong and the exceptional culture that fosters innovation,” said Willcox. “Over the past few years, the Armstrong Police … Continue reading “ASU Chief Of Police Honored At Federal 100 Awards Gala in Washington, D.C.”

Matthew Johnson Named Superintendent’s Student Of The Month

By | April 08, 2015

Our featured Student of the Month representing the month of March was recognized at the April 1st Regular Board Meeting. He is a 5th grader from West Chatham Elementary School. He is described as “well-rounded,” showing a level of maturity that has him taking leadership roles throughout the school. He acts as a “buddy” helping his classmate that is wheel … Continue reading “Matthew Johnson Named Superintendent’s Student Of The Month”

Armstrong Percussion Ensemble Concert

By | April 08, 2015

The Armstrong State University Department of Art, Music & Theatre (Armstrong AMT) presents its Percussion Ensemble in concert at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 14th in Armstrong Fine Arts Auditorium performing titles Impulsion, Fanfare for Percussion, Japanese Impressions, The Horror Movie, and Caprice Diabolique. Led by director and Armstrong Professor of Music, Stephen Primatic, D.M.A., the ensemble will perform a distinctively … Continue reading “Armstrong Percussion Ensemble Concert”

FUNdraising Good Times Butterfly Effect – Be a Butterfly

By | April 08, 2015

This is what we’ve heard – when a butterfly flaps its wings it can start a hurricane on the other side of the world. The idea being that a tiny movement can initiate unanticipated activities. We hope you will join us in a burgeoning butterfly movement of unintended positive consequences. Here’s the back story. We were watching the show CBS … Continue reading “FUNdraising Good Times Butterfly Effect – Be a Butterfly”

Free Play About Child Sexual Abuse

By | April 08, 2015

“All the Beautiful Things,” the world premiere of a play about child sexual abuse, will be presented in Savannah during April, which is Child Abuse Prevention and Awareness Month. Performances will be Friday and Saturday, April 10th and 11th, at 7:30 pm at SCAD’s Crites Hall, with a panel discussion following the Friday show. The play was written and is … Continue reading “Free Play About Child Sexual Abuse”

10th Spring Session Of The YFACE

By | April 08, 2015

YFACE / Youth For A Cleaner Environment, Inc. will present their 10th Spring Session of the YFACE / Toastmasters Youth Leadership Council Class, starting on Thursday, April16,2015at 7:00p.m.Thisisa6weeksessionand will meet every Thursday ( April 16, 23, 30, & May 7, 14, & 21) . Each participant will receive a certificate of completion at the end of the 6th session. Ages … Continue reading “10th Spring Session Of The YFACE”

United Way To Distribute More Than 41,000 Diapers To Benefit Families In Need

By | April 08, 2015

On Thursday, April 16, 2015 at 2:00 pm for the third year, United Way of the Coastal Empire has partnered with employees of Weyerhaeuser to distribute more than 41,000 diapers to local non-profit organizations that already have a diaper distribution program in place. Diapers are a basic necessity for babies and toddlers, but the ability to ensure a sufficient supply … Continue reading “United Way To Distribute More Than 41,000 Diapers To Benefit Families In Need”