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Launched in 2005, Richmond Hill Reflections continues to offer a magical blend of stories celebrating all that is fascinating about the very distinct and exceptional lifestyle in Richmond Hill, Georgia. For your convenience, the entire magazine is now available online. Don’t worry Richmond Hill residents, the printed version will still be delivered to your mailbox complimentary each issue.

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Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Coastal Empire Announces Ameris Bank as “Platinum Pump” Sponsor of Wine, Women & Shoes Event

Savannah, Ga. – Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Coastal Empire announced Ameris Bank will be the “Platinum Pump” sponsor of its popular Wine, Women & Shoes event, a fundraiser that pairs wine and shoe […]

The Savannah Festival Announces the 2015 Festival Opera – Bizet’s Carmen

SAVANNAH, GA – March 25, 2015 On the heels of three triumphant performances co-produced with the Savannah Music Festival, the Savannah VOICE Festival (SVF) announces that the third annual Festival’s opera will be Bizet’s Carmen […]

Richmond Hill Rotary Club Play It Forward 6th Annual Fundraiser Presents Rogues & Rotarians at Ships of the Sea Maritime Musuem

Submitted by: Lesley Francis PR

RICHMOND HILL, GA – March 11, 2015- Richmond Hill and Savannah area Rotary Clubs are gearing up for the sixth annual ‘Play It Forward’ musical and food extravaganza fundraising event which […]

Bryan’s Bash Raises $14,500 to Support Bark Park

Submitted by: Lesley Francis PR

RICHMOND HILL, GA – March 24, 2015 Last Saturday’s annual fundraiser at the Richmond Hill City Center attracted over 100 guests and raised around $14,500 to ensure that the community’s Bark […]