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Metro Savannah Rotary Club Teamed Up With Loop It Up Savannah and Others To Distribute Food and ArtSmart Kits
The Metro Savannah Rotary Club teamed up with Loop It Up Savannah, the City of Savannah, PACK, Coastal Georgia Indicators Coalition, Isle of Hope United Methodist Church, West Broad Street YMCA, Forsyth Farmers Market, Grandma’s Hands and the Edgemere Sackville Neighborhood Association on last Wednesday, May 13, 2020 to distribute food and special ArtSmart Activity Kits for hundreds of families … Continue reading “Metro Savannah Rotary Club Teamed Up With Loop It Up Savannah and Others To Distribute Food and ArtSmart Kits”
The coronavirus pandemic has influenced so much and changed our lives drastically. We will never be the same after this and so many of life’s moments have been modified because of COVID-19. However, one of the most influential events will prove to be the upcoming presidential election. The United States got a taste of what polling during a global pandemic … Continue reading “Voting Amidst A Pandemic”
Notice is hereby given that the Mayor and Aldermen will hold a Council Work Session on Thursday, May 28, 2020 at 4:00 p.m. via ZOOM Video. The AGENDA is as follows: Savannah First Presentation The Regular City Council Meeting will be held following the Work Session at 6:30: p.m. via ZOOM Video. Public Viewing will be available by: Airing on … Continue reading “PUBLIC NOTICE Council Work Session”
2 Chefs Southern Kitchen hosted a free community breakfast last Saturday at their new location, 2007 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Drive up option was encouraged. “For the past four weeks, our restaurant has feed children that usually rely on school breakfast or lunch to eat. Whether they walk up, drive up or take the bus, we have fed over … Continue reading “2 Chef’s Southern Kitchen Hosts “Breakfast Give Back””
MAIL your Absentee Ballot by June 1st for it to be received by the June 9th Election OR Hand-Deliver your Absentee Ballot to the County Elections Office.
As business leaders, we know that Savannah Technical College is an important resource for our communities and in today’s economy, that fact is more relevant than ever before. As our communities and businesses emerge and define a new normal for Coastal Georgia, Savannah Technical College is here to assist you during these changing times. If you find yourself unemployed or … Continue reading “Open Communication to Displaced Workers”
John Noel to Donate and Distribute 500 Masks to Most Vulnerable at Second Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church
Owner of Energy & Environmental LLC, John Noel of Augusta donated and distributed over 500 Medical Masks to the Most Vulnerable Populations in need last Thursday at 800 Colbert Street in Savannah John Noel will distribute 500 masks at tonight’s Second Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church’s evening Evangelism Ministry. John Noel partners with Pastor Ricardo R. Manuel and Carliss Powell of … Continue reading “John Noel to Donate and Distribute 500 Masks to Most Vulnerable at Second Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church”
Leopold’s Ice Cream delivered 200 cups of individually packed, handmade ice cream cups to the Chatham Emergency Services (EMS) Station 1 crew in recognition of National EMS Week. Leopold’s delivered the ice cream during a shift change to ensure that both daytime and nighttime volunteers received a delicious ice cream treat. This marks the third consecutive year that Leopold’s Ice … Continue reading “Leopold’s Ice Cream Donates Ice Cream Cups to Chatham Emergency Services Station 1”
Clara Mabry, who turned 91 years old last week is the oldest of the Ben Bonds of Ossabaw Island descendants living in Pinpoint today. She was surprised by dozens of family members and friends with celebratory drive by parade.
Chatham County Superior Court Chief Judge Penny Haas Freesemann issued a new order to continue to protect the health, safety, and liberty of those who work in the courthouses and for those who are required to conduct business in the courthouses. Effective Tuesday, May 26, 2020, the courthouses will implement the following steps to help reduce the spread of COVID-19: … Continue reading “Superior Court Issues New Order During COVID-19”