This year, thirty nine nominees were selected as Georgia USDA Best Practice Award Winners. Of that number, the USDA Southeast Region Office named 11 as regional winners. All of the nominees will receive special recognition from the Georgia Department of Education. Congratulations to the Savannah-Chatham School Nutrition Program for being among the eleven! Our program received the award because of … Continue reading “SCCPSS Nutrition Services Are USDA Southeast Regional Winners”
Wilmington Island Farmers’ Market will reopen on Saturday, September 3, 9a.m.-1p.m.. at 170 Whitenarsh Island Rd., Islands High School. New Market Saturday themes are: 1st Saturday: Artisan Day, 2nd Saturday: Kids Day, 3rd Saturday: Pet day, 4th Saturday: Healthy Living Day
Ionized alkalized restructured Kangen Water® can help your young athletes get and stay hydrated during practice and games. More and more of the top pro athletes and teams in football, baseball, basketball and tennis are turning to Kangen Water® for that edge they are looking for and now your young athletes can do the same. To all Coaches and Parents … Continue reading “Change Your Water…Change Your Life!”
Come out and join us, September 17, 2016, for the Walk To Fight Suicide: Out Of The Darkness Community Walk. The event will take place at Lake Mayer Park, 1850 E Montgomery Cross Rd. 31406. Check-In begins at 9:00 am, and the walk begins 10:00 am. Suicide prevention starts with everyday heroes like you. Register today firstname.lastname@example.org.
SCCPSS Title I and Peach State Health are partnering to provide fresh fruit and vegetables to underserved school communities using the Mobile Market Truck. All Title I Schools are welcome to participate in the event. The Mobile Market will be in the parking lot of the high schools listed .The elementary and middle schools may go to the designated sites. … Continue reading “Title 1 And Peach State Health Partner To Bring Fresh Fruits/Vegetables To School Communities”
Georgia is receiving 32 awards totaling $2,057,471 to invest in health center quality improvement efforts, and to provide high quality comprehensive care. Health centers in Georgia will use these funds to expand current quality improvement systems and infrastructure and to improve primary care service delivery in the communities they serve. “Millions of Americans rely on health centers to provide them … Continue reading “HHS Awards $2,057,471 To Georgia To Improve Health Center Quality”
Happy Home Missionary Baptist Church (1015 E. Gwinnett Street) will be celebrating their 109th Church Anniversary Wednesday, August 31- Sunday, September 4th. The Theme for this occasion is “Where the Lord Leads Me I Will Follow.” Nightly services begin at 7pm. The guest churches celebrating with us include: August 31- Second Ebenezer (Pastor Ricardo Manuel); September 1- First Friendship (Pastor … Continue reading “Happy Home Celebrates 109th Church Anniversary”
Calling all former members of Second Arnold Baptist Church Boy Scouts Troop #239. This troop was established in 1961 under the leadership Scoutmasters Solomon Hamilton and Fred Truell. We are planning our 1st reunion of the troop and we would like for you to be a part of this history in the making. A fellowship is in the planning stage … Continue reading “Second Arnold Baptist Church”
Butler Memorial Presbyterian Church, 603 West Victory Drive, sponsors events to raise awareness and to support the development of a cure for Alzheimer’s. Join Butler by supporting the following events: Walk for Alzheimer’s: September 24, 2016, 8:00 am, Ellis Square.
The Mt. Carmel Methodist Church, Inc., located at 2018 Grove Point Road, Savannah, GA 31419 will be hosting it’s Men and Women Day Program on, September 11, 2016 @ 3:00 p.m. Dr. Dorsena J. Grant, Pastor Elder Ervin McPherson, Speaker (Growing in Grace Ministries)