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Michelle Obama is the 44th first lady of the United States and wife of U.S. President Barack Obama. She is the first African American First Lady. Prior to her role as first lady, she was a lawyer, Chicago city administrator and community outreach worker. Michelle Obama was born Michelle La- Vaughn Robinson on January 17, 1964, in Chicago, Illinois. Michelle … Continue reading “Women’s History Month”
Mayor Eddie DeLoach will join more than 2,800 mayors and county officials across the country in a nationwide bipartisan initiative to highlight the impact of national service in tackling local problems. Chatham County Board of Commissioners Chairman Al Scott is also scheduled to participate in this event. This event will be hosted by the Economic Opportunity Authority for Savannah-Chatham County, … Continue reading “Mayor DeLoach & Chairman Scott Recognize Impact of National Service”
The 2016 Savannah Music Festival (SMF) lineup covers folk, traditional, popular, serious and studied music by renowned artists from across the globe. The 2016 festival takes place from March 24th through April 9th, including concerts, recitals, film and theatrical performance. The Music Festival continues through downtown Savannah with Tenor Titans: Stephen Riley Quartet feat. Marcus Roberts / Eric Alexander Quartet … Continue reading “Savannah Music Festival Continues”
On Saturday, April 16, approximately 5,000 breast cancer advocates will be assembled in Ellis Square. Dressed in pink for the day, Downtown Savannah hosts the 8th annual Susan G. Komen Savannah Race for the Cure, Komen Coastal Georgia’s signature event. President of the Komen Coastal Georgia Board, Sarah Denmark, is excited to start the $100 Challenge with this year’s Race. … Continue reading “2016 Susan G. Komen Savannah Race For The Cure Introduces The $100 Challenge”
HOW DO YOU STAY HYDRATED? You’ve no doubt heard that proper hydration is the key to sustaining a healthy body. When was the last time you thought about the way you hydrate? The Centers for Disease Control reports that for many people, being thirsty means grabbing sugary sodas, caffeinated drinks and other calorie-laden beverages on the go. Over time, this … Continue reading “Change Your Water… Change Your Life”
The Savannah and Hinesville VA Outpatient Clinics will honor local Vietnam Veterans on March 29 from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. by distributing 50th Anniversary Commemorative pins to Vietnam Era Veterans as VA thanks them for their service and extends a proper welcome home. All Vietnam Era Veterans are welcome to come and receive their pin. In May 2012, President … Continue reading “VA Outpatient Clinics Honor Vietnam Era Veterans During 50th Anniversary Commemoration”
The Public is invited to Experience: Worship In The Music with Growing In Grace Ministries Mass Choir 2nd Anniversary Celebration! Featuring National Recording Artist, Grammy and Stellar Award Nominee and Gospel Producer TROY SNEED, on Saturday, April 9th, 2016 at 5pm with doors opening at 4pm. Let’s pack the house Savannah and surrounding coastal areas. Growing in Grace Ministries, 1517 … Continue reading “Growing In Grace Ministries Mass Choir 2nd Anniversary Celebration”
The 81st Annual Savannah Tour of Homes & Gardens, to be held Thursday, March 31 through Sunday, April 3, will offer a rare opportunity to enter some of Savannah’s finest private homes and experience the architecture, furnishings and collections that have been treasured by families for generations, but seldom seen by the public. The 2016 Tour features homes in two … Continue reading “81st Annual Savannah Tour Of Homes & Gardens To Be Held March 31-April 3”
Holy Jerusalem, 104 Fair Street in Garden City, will host a weekly bible study every Tuesday night at 7:30pm with Pastor, Dr. Willie E. Johnson, PHD as the teacher. It’s free and open to the public. Causal dress is appropriate.