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Richmond Hill Farmer’s Market

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Submitted by: Abshire PR The City of Richmond Hill will reopen its Farmer’s Market on March 15th. There will be free balloons for children, shopping bags for market customers, and activities such as corn hole, a bouncy house and the fire department will bring their water cannon. Handicap parking will be available. Each Tuesdayfrom mid-March […]

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Edward Jones Financial Advisor Grand Opening

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Please join the Richmond Hill/Bryan County Chamber of Commerce, Richmond Hill Mayor Harold Fowler and other guests for the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and Grand Opening of office of Brian Mimbs of the financial services firm Edward Jones, Tuesday, August 30th at 4:30 p.m. at 10621 Ford Ave., Suite A. “I am excited to be opening […]

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Beauty and the Bestie

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Bring your bestie to Maintain Beauty Bar every Wednesday and Thursday for  a blowout and style – only pay for one…buy one get one free!

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SNAP

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The Goal of SNAP is to create an environment where individuals with disabilities are able to participate in physical activities adapted for them and to engage in social interactions. Participants are given the opportunity to engage in a variety of activities. We are always open to new and fun sports and activities for the group. Friends and Family […]

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AWANA Club

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New Beginnings Community Church (75 Crosswinds Dr.) will be offering AWANA Club on Wednesday evenings from 6:30-8:00 beginning August 31st.  AWANA is open to children in Pre-K through 5th grade.  We also offer Youth for grades 6 through 12 from 6:30-8:00 on Wednesdays.  For more information contact us at 912-445-0196 or nbccoffice@nbcchurch.com.  Register online today at […]

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OGEECHEE RIVERKEEPER CELEBRATES SUCCESSFUL YEAR, TALKS GOALS AT ANNUAL MEETING SAVANNAH, GA – August 23, 2016 – Ogeechee Riverkeeper held its Annual Meeting and Awards Ceremony on Saturday, Aug. 20 at Love’s Seafood Restaurant in Savannah. More than 100 guests packed a banquet room overlooking the organization’s namesake waterway to mingle, sample appetizers and drinks, and enjoy live music before the program began. ORK Executive Director and Riverkeeper Emily Markesteyn gave a State of the Organization Address, touching on the nonprofit’s accomplishments over the past year and outlining some goals for the future. She stressed the importance of continuing to assure the public that the river is now safe and healthy, following the five-year anniversary of one of the biggest fish kills in Georgia History. Around the Memorial Day holiday in 2011, 38,000 fish were found dead along a 70-mile stretch of river from Screven County to Chatham County. Investigators discovered that a textile plant in Screven County, King America Finishing, had been illegally discharging into the river. Now, thanks to Ogeechee Riverkeeper’s efforts and dedication, all water-quality testing results show a normal, healthy river system. Markesteyn also reminded attendees that Kinder Morgan’s proposed pipeline project may be dormant for now, but those who care about the state’s waterways cannot afford to be complacent. The energy giant could return with another proposal and she cautioned they might be even more fervent about getting a pipeline approved. Markesteyn also still hopes to see legislation enacted soon to protect groundwater. Last session, Senate Bill 36, the Underground Water Supply Protection Act, passed the Senate by a wide margin – 48 to 3 – but was stymied in the House Natural Resources and Environment committee. It would have fixed gaps in current laws to protect groundwater now and into the future. After attendees listened to Markesteyn’s update and enjoyed fried shrimp, fish tacos, fruit, coleslaw and tea, award plaques were presented to ORK’s most dedicated supporters and volunteers. Charlie Milmine was awarded Volunteer of the Year, Matthew Harris – Monitor of the Year, and Dr. J. Checo Colón-Gaud of Georgia Southern University’s Biology Department received the Educational Partnership of the Year award. The Business of the Year honor went to The Mechanical Shop in Bloomingdale, who purchased a new patrol boat for the organization. The new vessel was parked in front of Love’s Seafood during the event, giving attendees opportunities to admire it and take photos. Love’s Seafood was recognized as an Ogeechee Riverkeeper corporate ‘River’ partner and Markesteyn also thanked Markus Kuhlmann from the local band Waits and Co., who entertained guests with low-key tunes all evening. “This has been a wonderful year for Ogeechee Riverkeeper. We’re proud of all we’ve accomplished and are grateful to the many helpful people and surrounding supportive communities who helped us get here. But there is still a lot of work to be done, and we’re busy setting goals for the future and working hard to get results,” Markesteyn said. -ENDS- For media inquiries please contact Hollie Barnidge at hollie@lesleyfrancispr.com or 912-272-8651 or Lesley Francis at lesley@francis.com or 912-429-3950.

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SAVANNAH, GA – August 23, 2016 – Ogeechee Riverkeeper held its Annual Meeting and Awards Ceremony on Saturday, Aug. 20 at Love’s Seafood Restaurant in Savannah. More than 100 guests packed […]

2016 PICNIC IN THE PARK TO TAKE PLACE ‘UNDER THE STARS AND STRIPES’ IN FORSYTH PARK

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SAVANNAH, GA – August 24, 2016 – The Savannah Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus, along with the City of Savannah’s Department of Cultural Affairs, present the annual Picnic in the Park, a […]

SAVANNAH VOICE FESTIVAL ENDS ON HIGH NOTE, UNVEILS EXPANDED 2017 LINEUP

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SAVANNAH, GA – August 23, 2016 – The 2016 Savannah VOICE Festival capped off a wildly successful fourth season on Sunday, Aug. 21 with a sold-out finale performance at the Charles […]

Savannah Collecting Donations to Send Louisiana Flood Victims

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A local effort is underway to help those affected by the recent floods in Louisiana. With the devastation being called the “thousand-year storm,” nearly 100,000 Louisiana residents are displaced. […]

SAVANNAH PHILHARMONIC’S 2016-17 SEASON OPENER TO FEATURE HISTORICAL PERFORMANCE

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SAVANNAH, GA – August 22, 2016 – The Savannah Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus is set to launch its 2016-17 season at the Lucas Theatre for the Arts at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, […]