The Learning Center of Senior Citizens, Inc. (SCI), a local non-profit dedicated to helping people age successfully, will host a six-part series on the anatomy of antisemitism. The Learning Center provides intellectually-engaging, humanities based educational programs for adults over age 55. The Anatomy of Antisemitism Series. This series will explore the somber phenomenon of antisemitism in both its historical contexts … Continue reading “The Learning Center of Senior Citizens, Inc. to Host Series on the Anatomy of Antisemitism”
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT With the opiate crisis running rampant, families are looking for ways to help those they love who need treatment. Getting them into treatment becomes even harder if their loved one is not willing. This is when Intervention can become key. To learn more about successful interventions, please visit, www.narcononnewliferetreat.org/blog/intervention 101.html ADDICTION SCREENINGS Narconon can help you take … Continue reading “Drug and Alcohol Rehab & Education”
The Savannah High Class of 1982 is searching for classmates to make this year’s reunion our most successful yet. If you are one of our classmates, or if you’re in contact with one, please reach out to Relious “Edric” Stephenson III @ (414)405-7106 or e-mail us @ SHS1982class@gmail.com for information on joining in on the fun!
(Lecturer: Robert Haas) Monday, February 24, 3:30 p.m. In this talk that is part geopolitics and part sociology, Rabbi Robert Haas examines two varieties of international criticism of Israel: that which represents valid differences of opinion on the world stage versus the type that evokes predictable antisemitic patterns.
Support group meeting for Multiple Myeloma patients and caregivers, Savannah/Bluffton area, 4th Saturday, 10-11:30, St. Luke’s Methodist Church, 3080 Okatie Hwy (Hwy 170), Okatie, SC Contact Julie at 843.729.8061 or email@example.com
(Lecturer: Ann Woolner) Monday, March 2, 3:30 p.m. Unexpected and unwelcome, 41 Jews, mostly refugees from the Portuguese Inquisition, landed in Savannah in 1733, five months after Oglethorpe. Among them was a Portuguese doctor who treated earlier colonists who were dying from a mysterious disease. Oglethorpe credited the Jewish doctor with saving the infant colony, and Savannah’s Mickve Israel was … Continue reading “From the Portuguese Inquisition to Georgia”
Tigers Beat Paine 80-76 Marcus Scott and Avery Joyner both scored 24 points to lead the Savannah State men’s basketball team to a 80-76 road win over Paine on February 15. Trey Deloach added 12 points and 10 rebounds while Zion Williams had 11 points and seven rebounds. On Feb. 12, the Tigers fell to Miles 65-56 in a game … Continue reading “Sports With Walter Moore”
Savannah State’s Kameryn Baker was named the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC) Softball Player of the Week, according to a release from the conference office Monday morning. The junior first baseman hit .219 with seven RBI over four games for the Lady Tigers this week. She had 26 putouts and three assists in the field. SSU split the week—falling to … Continue reading “Kameryn Baker Named SIAC Player of the Week”