The Honorable H. Gregory Fowler Is Presented CAJC’s STAR Award

By | December 28, 2016

Recently, at the 2016 Council of Accountability Court Judge’s (CACJ) State Conference, the CAJC presented the Hon. H. Gregory Fowler, Chief Judge, State Court of Chatham County, with the CACJ’s first annual STAR Award in the category of “Judge.” After seeing some of the same defendants in front of him for DUI charges repeatedly, in 2002, Judge Fowler agreed to … Continue reading “The Honorable H. Gregory Fowler Is Presented CAJC’s STAR Award”

New Leaders Recognized By Step Up Savannah

By | December 28, 2016

Seventeen individuals were recognized on December 12th for successfully completing Step Up Savannah’s Neighborhood Leadership Academy at Savannah State University. The men and women and their family members participated in an evening ceremony at the Liberty City Community Center. The intensive leadership program is designed to train and inform community leaders who will serve as advocates in their communities and … Continue reading “New Leaders Recognized By Step Up Savannah”

Bobcat of Savannah Will Be A Community Partner To Isle of Hope K8 In Support Of The School’s STEM Program

By | December 28, 2016

Bobcat of Savannah has agreed to be a community partner to Isle of Hope K8 in support of the school’s STEM program. Isle of Hope K8 qualified to go to NASA for finals in the Student Space Shuttle Program. Bobcat General Manager John Hopper presented the school’s astronaut club with a $2500 check that will be used to help the … Continue reading “Bobcat of Savannah Will Be A Community Partner To Isle of Hope K8 In Support Of The School’s STEM Program”

Senior Citizens, Inc. Hires Deb Thompson as Chief Business Development Officer

By | December 28, 2016

Senior Citizens, Inc. (SCI) is pleased to announce Deb Thompson will be joining SCI as the chief business development officer in January 2017. In her new position, Thompson will be responsible for expanding the nonprofit’s programs and focused on increasing their private services to meet the growing needs of the aging Savannah area population. The current vice president and general … Continue reading “Senior Citizens, Inc. Hires Deb Thompson as Chief Business Development Officer”

Change Your Water…Change Your Life!

By | December 28, 2016

Ionized alkaline restructured Kangen Water ® can help you stay hydrated. From “The Miraculous Properties of Ionized Water” by Bob McCauley, health begins with water, for it is the most essential element needed by the body. A baby’s bones are mostly water at birth. By retirement, the average senior citizen has become 50-70% dehydrated, which is why nearly all elderly … Continue reading “Change Your Water…Change Your Life!”

4th Annual Ol’ Skool Dance

By | December 28, 2016

Sir. Charles Entertainment Presents Savannah’s 4th Annual Ol’ Skool Class and Colleges Reunion party Friday, January 13, 2017 at the Ralph Mark Civil Rights Museum. This is the hippest class Reunion party that often imitated but never duplicated. K. Michelle from Radio 103.9 “The Midday Diva” will be the host for the night For more details call DJ King Turk … Continue reading “4th Annual Ol’ Skool Dance”

Massie’s History on Wheels Program at Southwest Elementary

By | December 28, 2016

On Friday January 6th, 2017, Massie Heritage Center brings its delightful History on Wheels festival to Southwest Elementary School from 10:00 a.m to 12 Noon. Fourth-grade students will experience history by traveling on the Underground Railroad, panning for gold, dressing in colonial costumes, grinding corn to make cornmeal, dancing to 19th century music, playing Victorian parlor and schoolyard games, and … Continue reading “Massie’s History on Wheels Program at Southwest Elementary”

Department of Cultural Affairs Announces the 2017 Session 1 Arts Workshops and Classes Schedule

By | December 28, 2016

The City of Savannah Department of Cultural Affairs is excited to announce the 2017 Session 1 Arts Workshops and Classes Schedule. Session 1 begins the week of January 23 and runs through March 3. All classes and workshops are held at the Department of Cultural Affairs, located at 9 W. Henry St. Participants can explore lessons in ceramics, fibers, painting, … Continue reading “Department of Cultural Affairs Announces the 2017 Session 1 Arts Workshops and Classes Schedule”

Armstrong Receives Gold-Level Military Friendly Award

By | December 28, 2016

Armstrong State University was recently named a Gold-Level Military Friendly School Award recipient in the small public school category for 2017 by Victory Media, the publisher of G.I. Jobs, STEM Jobs and Military Spouse. This is the eighth year in a row Armstrong has been recognized as a Military Friendly Institution. “We greatly appreciate Victory Media’s continued recognition of the … Continue reading “Armstrong Receives Gold-Level Military Friendly Award”

Join Us on the Prayer Line

By | December 28, 2016

Calling all saints and non believers to join First Mount Bethel Missionary Baptist Church family every Tuesday morning 7am-7:20a.m. on the Prayer Line 1-641-715-0700 access code 322887#. The Bible says man out to always