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(PUBLICHEALTHCOLLABORATIVE.ORG) Children ages 6 months and up are now eligible for an updated (bivalent) COVID vaccine.
(SAVANNAHNOW.COM) New director Deidre Grim hopes to ‘move the needle forward’ as Forsyth Farmers’ Market’s new executive director. The Saturday Farmers’ Market is open Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The market accepts cash, credit card, debit card, and doubles SNAP/EBT benefits. The staff, located at the FFM tent, is happy to assist shoppers with signing up for SNAP benefits. For more information about the 912 Food Farmacy Program, call or text 912 421-8975.
(SAVANNAH, GA) Interested in joining your SavPhil Chorus? Auditions for tenors and basses are being held until January 17. Sign up here: https://calendly.com/savphilchorus/savphil-chorus-audition?month=2023-01
(CENTERPARC.ORG) Center Parc Credit Union is offering tips for getting your finances back in order after the beating they likely took over the holidays. Read the post-holiday budget recovery guide at https://www.centerparc.org/the-post-holiday-budget-recovery-guide/.
(SOCIAL MEDIA EXAMINER) Want to develop a loyal and engaged following on Facebook? Wondering what types of content develops community? Discover how to develop communities with Facebook.
(MOUNT VERNON, IOWA) When Cornell University women’s basketball coach Brent Brase met Katie Langan from Arizona on her brother’s recruiting trip, he knew he wanted her on his team. Brase was so impressed with Katie’s spirit and energy he offered her a spot with a signing ceremony.
(SAVANNAHGA.GOV) To learn the basics of starting a business please join the Savannah Entrepreneurial Center on Friday mornings starting Friday, January 20, 2023. On-site classes are held at 801 E. Gwinnett St. Registration is required for online attendance.
(ENMARKET) Enmarket is excited to announce the launch of Tesla charging stations at its Pooler, GA location, conveniently located right off of I-95 and Hwy 80. You’ll find the store equipped with 11 Superchargers, available 24/7. Stop by and plug in at 907 E. Hwy 80, Pooler, GA 31322
(SAVANNAH YACHT CENTER) Savannah Yacht Center has announced it is seeking to hire a naval architect and dockmaster. The Savannah Yacht Center Naval Architect/Dockmaster is responsible for overseeing all dry docking, hauling, launching operations, and movements of all vessels throughout the yard. To learn more about the requirements, what you get to do, all the exciting benefits, and how to apply visit: Savannahyc.com/careers.
(COASTAL PET RESCUE) Meet Obie, or Tito as his foster calls him, a 96 lb Akita mix. Full of love and fun! Loves children, walks, toys, swimming, treats and toys. Gets along with other dogs. Good off-leash. Will chase cats outside. Needs a home full of love and will fit right in!
(STEPUPSAVANNAH.ORG) Kendra Scott is partnering with Step Up Savannah for a fundraiser just in time for Valentine’s Day. Come out Saturday, February 4, 2023, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and take care of all your jewelry needs. All funds raised will go towards Step Up Savannah’s financial literacy programming.
(SAVANNAH, GA) The Creative Coast has announced the Startup Stage finalists that will pitch their companies at GRIT, Savannah’s premier innovation conference. Startup Stage is a business pitch competition during which finalists present their endeavors to a panel of judges and a live audience for a chance at $10,000 in cash and prizes. The competition is scheduled to take place on Friday, January 27 from 4:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. at the Savannah Cultural Arts Center. Early bird tickets for the full, two-day GRIT Conference are currently on sale for only $99 through January 20. To learn more about Startup Stage and attend the GRIT Conference, visit https://thegritconference.com/startup-stage/
(SAVANNAH MORNING NEWS) Glass recycling returns to Savannah. Here’s where you can drop off your bottles: Bacon Park Transfer Station at 6400 Skidaway Rd.; and at the Dean Forest Road landfill at 1327 Dean Forest Rd.
(WTOC) A program aimed at making a difference for young people at risk for suicide getting a show of support from women in the community today. Women, children and mental health – that’s the focus of the Savannah Philanthropic Partners guiding how they make one big donation each year. This year, the group is sending its $50,000 donation to Chatham County Safety Net Planning Council. The group was founded by four women just three years ago and now includes 41 women all who do a lot of work to make sure their donation has the greatest impact possible.
(SOCIAL MEDIA EXAMINER) Want more people to watch your videos on YouTube? Wondering how to structure a YouTube video that keeps viewers engaged? Discover how to keep people watching YouTube videos to the end.
(SAVANNAH, GA) Healthy Savannah Announces $5000 in Funding for Winter and Spring Health Ministry Events. Individual organizational grants of $500 to $1000 are available to applicable projects, events or programs that include COVID and flu awareness activities. Proposals are due on or before Friday, January 20, 2023, and early applications are encouraged. For more information and to apply, contact Dr. Elsie Smalls at [email protected]
(SAVANNAH, GA) The Savannah Philharmonic will host a concert, “When Instruments Roamed the Earth,” at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 22, 2023, at The Lucas Theatre of Arts in Savannah. This fun family program tells a story of prehistoric times when strange creatures walked the planet. The Lowcountry Down Syndrome Society (LDSS) members are invited to join the event as a guest of the Savannah Philharmonic at no cost, but pre-registration is required. Contact the Philharmonic’s Meagan Chandler at 912-232-6002 or [email protected].
(STEPUPSAVANNAH.ORG) Step Up Savannah is accepting applications for the 2023 Chatham Apprentice Program (CAP) training sessions. This is a cornerstone workforce development program targeting those who are unemployed and underemployed in Chatham, Effingham, Liberty, and Bryan counties with services and training aimed at helping them become stabilized in employment. The program includes hard and soft skills training coupled with wrap-around services. Upcoming 2023 training sessions are February 27- March 23; April 10-May 4; May 22- June 14. Sign up online:
(SAVANNAH, GA) Dr. Jessica Eisner, a researcher at Georgia Southern University is working on a study of influential factors of job satisfaction of small- and medium-sized business owners in the Coastal Georgia region. This includes eligible businesses in the following counties: Bryan, Bulloch, Camden, Chatham, Effingham, Glynn, Liberty, Long, McIntosh, and Screven.The survey ends on March 1, 2023, If you are interested in participating, please complete the following survey at this link: https://georgiasouthern.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_1RnDoujDyCFnYBU
(SAVANNAH, GA) Savannah SCORE in partnership with the City of Savannah, Entrepreneurial Center will give aspiring business entrepreneurs the opportunity to get all of their burning business questions answered with its spring calendar full of workshops. First up is its Reality Check – What Every Aspiring Business Owner Needs to Know workshop. Presenter Michael Siegel has extensive experience starting and growing businesses, franchising, business automation, and process improvement. He will provide the “straight scoop” on what it takes to become a successful business owner. Registration is required for online attendance.
(DPH.GEORGIA.GOV) Georgia residents who are currently sick, shut-in or homebound due to an ongoing physical or mental disability and are unable to travel to a COVID-19 vaccination site can request to receive a vaccination at their home. Please email [email protected] or call (888) 572-0112 for the person who requires at-home vaccination and be prepared to provide the name, date of birth, address, city, county and contact phone number.
(SAVANNAH, GA) Hosted by Savannah State University’s Department of Journalism and Mass Communications, the 72nd SRPI is scheduled to be held in person and online Feb. 23-24, 2023. Established in 1951, SRPI is a mass communications conference that brings together college students for two days of intensive workshops and seminars. Mass Communications is ever-changing and evolving, challenging us to constantly look at new ways to stay relevant, prepared, and afloat. The theme for the 72nd annual SRPI is “Mass Communications for A Niche Audience: The New Business Model.”
(SAVANNAH, GA) The Mediation Center is hosting a Courageous Conversation on Rectifying Racial Harm, in celebration of the National Day of Racial Healing (January 17, 2023). It is a day to reflect on the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., but also to move forward with his work in initiating discussion, building trust, and building community. We ask the citizens of Savannah to join us at the Tompkins Regional Community Center at 2333 Ogeechee Rd or virtually via our company page, https://www.facebook.com/mediationcentersavannah, on Facebook Live from 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm. Link for more information on National Day of Healing events: https://healourcommunities.org/2023-events/georgia/courageous-conversations-rectifying-racial-harms/
(STEPUPSAVANNAH.ORG) The Chatham Apprentice Program finished 2022 with CAP classes 159 and 160. A total of 33 individuals graduated from these two sessions alone and are on their way toward economic mobility. CAP has a current job placement percentage of 73% and an average hourly rate of $18.79 per hour. CAP includes hard and soft skills training coupled with wrap-around services. Services offered include reentry counseling, record restriction, financial literacy, counseling, mediation servicing, nutrition education, transportation and childcare assistance, employment coaching and placement, public benefits screening and enrollment, GED skills, assistance with secondary enrollment, Vital Document attainment, drug testing, basic computer skills, public benefits screening and cliff mitigation, resource connections, credit counseling, employment sourcing, and job placements. Graduates can receive stackable credentials in the areas of Forklift Operator Safety Training, TWIC (Transportation Workers Identification Credential) card, OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health), Barista training, CDL, EMT- Basic, EMT Advanced, Firefighter, Registered Behavioral Technician, EMS Dispatch Trainee, and ServSafe Handler and Manager certifications.
(BLUFFTON, SC) “Go Baby Go Bluffton” is a nonprofit satellite clinic of “Go Baby Go South Carolina” that provides and modifies electric ride-on vehicles for young children with special needs without cost to the recipients. If you have a child with special needs (typically between the ages of 2-4 years old) who could benefit from one of these adapted vehicles, please reach out at [email protected] or contact Cheryl Rodriguez at 561-809-4060.
(SAVANNAH, GA) Migrant Equity Southeast (MESE) has announced its First Annual Gala, Una Noche en Savannah (One Night in Savannah). The event will be held on Saturday, February 25 at 6 p.m. at The Venue located at 1446 Dean Forest Rd, Savannah GA, 31405. The goal of the gala is to raise funds to support the low-income immigrant community of South Georgia and to celebrate the achievements of the organization. The event will include live entertainment from DJ Precisa Entertainment and a full dinner service provided by D’Corner Latin Cuisine. Individual tickets are $125 and include entrance to the event, entertainment, dinner service, and access to an open bar. Tickets can be purchased at migrantequity.org/gala. Sponsorships are also available at a variety of levels. Please contact Jordi Granger for questions about GALA tickets and sponsorship packages: [email protected].
(STEPUPSAVANNAH.ORG) Step Up Savannah is engaging in advocacy and work targeting the Public Benefits Cliff, which is when an individual is ineligible for public benefits but still has insufficient income to cover their essential living expenses. Through surveys, listening sessions, and researching best practices around the country, we have learned that if we can break silos and resource gaps, we can better assist people in our community. Step Up launched the Bridges Beyond Benefits (B3) Network on July 1, 2022, a Facebook group designed to bridge the public benefits’ cliff by encouraging community and peer engagement through information and resource sharing. The hope is that the B3 Network will serve as a space for the community and social safety net to connect. More info: https://www.facebook.com/groups/545277723630444/?paipv=0&eav=Afa6ae4AW4108acgpdUCE0vPVzE2rbO-s376w3mtPH65AFIvRZknVOUwMPjzVCHSuSU&_rdr
(WJCL) t’s almost time to dine in the dark with the Savannah Center for Blind and Low Vision. Tickets for the annual Dining in The Dark fundraiser went on sale Monday, and the Dining in the Dark chair says it’s going to be bigger and better than ever. This year’s gala will be held on January 26 at the Enmarket Arena.
(HEALTHY SAVANNAH) Are you a faith-based organization in Savannah/Chatham County interested in encouraging a culture of health among your members and the broader community?
Please join the Faith and Health Coalition at our next virtual meeting to discuss the importance of health within our community. Please email [email protected] for the meeting link. For more information, visit the Faith and Health Coalition page on the Healthy Savannah website.
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