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August 2007

Marjore Young - CarriageTradePR Savannah GA

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Marjore Young - CarriageTradePR Savannah GAMarjorie Young
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Marjorie Young President CarriageTradePR was founded in 1995 by Marjorie Young, to help businesses increase their visibility in the Savannah, Hilton Head area. Among Marjorie’s achievements:2006 Top Ten Women Women in Savannah, AWWIN, Inc. 2006 Entrepreneur of the Year, Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce 2006 Buy Local Advocate of the Year, Buy Local Savannah 2003 Small Business Champion, Small Business Chamber 2002 Home Based Business of the Year, Georgia, SBA 2002 Home Based Business of the Year, Southeast SBA 2001 Savannah Technical Institute’s, Small Business Owner of the Year 2001 Georgia Woman Entrepreneur Finalist – University of Georgia 2000 40 Under 40, Business Report & Journal

(EFFINGHAM COUNTY)Horses for Huntington, a fundraising event supporting Huntington Disease (HD)

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(EFFINGHAM COUNTY)Horses for Huntington, a fundraising event supporting Huntington Disease (HD) featuring fine dining, a Horse Expo and riding demonstrations and more will be held October 28 at private equestrian estate located near I-95 in Effingham County. The event is apart of coastal Georgia’s inaugural “Equestrian Affaire”. Only 100 open tickets will be sold at $100 per adult. Sponsorship tables are available, but limited. For more information call Cindy at 912-754-1854 or Joann at 912-598-0880. For more information about HD or the event see www.LowcountryHD.com.
 
Enter the private world of an equestrian estate located near I-95 in Effingham County for coastal Georgia’s inaugural “Equestrian Affaire” combining the thrill of horsemanship with elegant outdoor fine dining on October 28.  You’ll step back in time as your personal escort, a collegiate equestrian from Georgia Southern University, shows you to the field-and-forest themed tent holding your reserved linen-covered table.

 In this storybook setting of pastures bordered with the beauty of autumn’s colorful foliage, you’ll partake of dishes from five food stations (representing the “five parts of the world” the major horse breeds originate) as prepared by some of the regions best chefs (such as Robert Wood from George’s at Tybee, and Paul Ganem of Johnny Ganem’s) and overseen by caterer extraordinaire, Chef Nick Mueller. The repast will begin and end with a collegiate touch as culinary students from Ogeechee Technical College serve “five” mini-breads and students from Savannah Technical College present “five” small-bite desserts. To whet your appetite champagne from around the world will be served.  (Fun-food station for children.)
 
A personal Horse Expo will be held for our guests throughout the day with ongoing demonstrations of horse care and horsemanship. The afternoon show will begin with a Parade of Horses to be followed by demonstrations of various disciplines: therapeutic riding, stationary roping, carriage, hunt, jump, dressage, and more. Coordinated by Cheryl Toby a veteran Horse Expo presenter, James Cooler of Bluffton (known for “Equine Communication Without Boundaries”), and Eleanor Ellis from Evermore Farms.
There will be a silent auction and donations from the community are being accepted. Sample items: Isaac Mock, the Michelangelo of the South, has donated a  $5,000 sculpture commission, and a chef has donated an in-home catered dinner.
 
Alison Walmsley, of Southeastern Orthopedic Center, and Timothy Walmsley, of Hunter, Maclean, Exley & Dunn, will be the LHDG’s distinguished honorees for 2007 at the event.
 
Only 100 open tickets will be sold at $100 per adult. (With adult purchase, a limited number of children’s tickets, 12 and under, will be sold at $5 each.). Sponsorship tables are available, but limited. Ads may be purchased for the handout program to show support for the local HD group and/or to congratulate our honorees.
 
To request tickets/sponsorships/ads call Cindy at 912-754-1854 or Joann at 912-598-0880.
 
HD is a life-changing disease that affects families through the generations. If your parent has HD you have a 50-50 chance of inheriting the disease. Symptoms usually appear in mid-life (30-50), but 10% are children. A few hundred in coastal South Carolina and Georgia may have the disease, with potentially thousands at risk. More than one generation may suffer at once.
For more information about HD or the event see www.LowcountryHD.com
 

(RICHMOND HILL, GA) John Reddan, Coastal Eldercare Solutions

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(RICHMOND HILL, GA)  John Reddan, Chief Executive Officer of Coastal Eldercare Solutions, will take part in the Renaissance Lecture Series for Magnolia Manor on the Coast.  The event is slated for September 13th at 5:30 p.m. and is free and open to the public, though an RSVP is required. A light supper is provided free of charge.  To RSVP call Julie Gartside at 912-756 (912) 353-9000 

Helping people in this age group is something Reddan is used to.  Not only does he run a business based on eldercare, but he also recently released a 280-page guide to hundreds of eldercare services and companies in the Coastal Empire.  The book, titled Reddan’s Coastal Eldercare Directory, has more than 4,000 copies of the latest edition in circulation.  The guide covers the Savannah, Hilton Head, Bluffton and Beaufort areas.

As for Reddan’s primary business, Coastal Eldercare Solutions is a consulting practice designed to help area businesses restore productivity for their workers who are overwhelmed by the care- giving needs of their parents.

To learn more about Coastal Eldercare Solutions, or to order a FREE copy of Reddan’s Coastal Eldercare Directory, call (912) 353-9000 or log on to www.eldercare-savannah.com.

Each month, Magnolia Manor on the Coast hosts the Renaissance Lecture Series at their facility on Richmond Hill.  The monthly event begins at 5:30 and after the guest concludes his/her speech, a question and answer session follows.  There is also a free dinner available for those who RSVP.  To learn more about Magnolia Manor on the Coast, call 912 756-4300.

Magnolia Manor on the Coast, located in Richmond Hill, is a non-profit, active, rental retirement community for seniors age 62 and older.  It offers 120 one and two-bedroom apartment homes with full kitchens and patios.  Located on 40 wooded acres, Magnolia Manor offers stimulating social and cultural activities and has amenities such as a wellness center with indoor exercise pool, barber and beauty salon, library and media center, game and activity rooms, three full-service dining rooms, as well as a formal parlor and chapel.  Secure, safe and maintenance free, Magnolia Manor in Richmond Hill is a wonderful place to be.  Now offering peace of mind with on-site assisted living. For more information or to request a brochure, please call (912) 756-4300 or visit http://www.magnoliamanor.com/ 

(Okatie, SC) Beverly Harris joins Biopsy Diagnostics as Director of Pathology Outreach for Atlanta

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(Okatie, SC / Atlanta, GA) – Beverly Harris has joined Biopsy Diagnostics, PC (Bx-Dx) as Director of Pathology Outreach for Atlanta.  Harris is a sales representative for the lab, servicing new and existing accounts throughout Atlanta and the surrounding areas.

Harris has a long standing career in sales along with experience in the medical industry.  Most recently she worked as National Director of Sales for a large medical manufacturing firm where she focused on the development of systems to enhance patient flow within doctor offices and other medical facilities.

Harris will be concentrating on expanding services for Biopsy Diagnostics in the Atlanta market as well as working to ensure that all medical practices utilizing Biopsy Diagnostics, PC are completely satisfied with the quality of service that they receive,

In only four years Bx-Dx has become one of the most reputable anatomic pathology laboratories in the Coastal Empire and southern and central Georgia, providing rapid, reliable and skillful diagnosis of skin, prostate, breast, esophagus, colon, bladder, cervix, and other biopsies in a manner that demonstrates both quality and compassion.

The only dermatopathologist and fellowship-trained cancer pathologist in the Low Country and Coastal Empire areas, Dr. White, lab founder and medical director, is board certified in anatomic and clinical pathology as well as dermatopathology.  He graduated from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and did his residencies at Yale University, completing fellowships in oncologic pathology at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center and dermatopathology at Duke University.  His associate, Dr. Zhu, is the only fellowship-trained gastrointestinal pathologist in the region and is also board-certified in cytopathology.

Biopsy Diagnostics is a local, rapid-turnaround, full-service, state-of-the-art anatomic pathology laboratory with fellowship-trained pathologists and excellent technical and support personnel.  They are committed to providing rapid and accurate diagnosis of outpatient biopsies to physicians, with each result customized with a verbal, written, and graphic report.  Bx-Dx serves well over 200 doctors in three states, Effingham Hospital north of Savannah, the Coastal Carolina Medical Center in Hardeeville, and the Outpatient Surgery Center of Hilton Head.  They are loc ated at 49 Brown's Cove Road, Suite 6, in Okatie, SC, with satellite offices on Hilton Head Island, SC and Springfield, GA.  Call them Toll Free at 866-379-2939 or visit them on the web at www.chooseyourlab.com.

Wound Care Clinic – ESU, Inc. is Proud to Announce Grand Opening of the Newest Location in Pooler

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(SAVANNAH/POOLER, GA)   Paula Kreissler, President of Wound Care Clinic – ESU, Inc. is proud to announce the grand opening of the newest Wound Care location in Pooler. The event is slated for September 6, 2007 at 11:30 a.m..   

“We are so excited about this new office,” says Kreissler. “Our Savannah location just got too busy, so this new office will be good not just for us, but our patients too… especially those that live in the Pooler area.” 

Perhaps the most advantageous are those patients who will no longer have to make the 20-30 minute drive into Savannah. It might sound simple to the ordinary driver, but for those with a non-healing wound, this new location will make treatment much more convenient for the nearly two dozen patients who live in and around the Pooler area.   This new location also has other conveniences. Each of the five treatment rooms is very spacious, with a bed and chair in each room. This not only contributes to physical comfort, but also emotional and mental comfort as well.

“We’ve been told a number of times by our patients that our office doesn’t actually feel like an office,” says Wound Care’s president, Paula Kreissler.

“When you have a condition of any kind, you what to be comfortable where you’re being treated. Our Savannah office has a feeling of “home” and we’re striving to do the same thing in our Pooler location.”
The ribbon cutting ceremony will be attended by Wound Care patients, employees and business associates.  To help with the ribbon cutting will be Pooler Mayor Mike Lamb.  Also expected to attend is Senator Regina Thomas.
 
Wound Care Clinic – ESU, Inc. is located at 815 East 68th Street, Suite 2 in Savannah. The second location at 1000 Towne Center Blvd in Pooler opened in July.  The purpose of the clinic is to heal chronic and acute non-healing wounds utilizing electrical stimulation, ultrasound and standard therapies.   To learn more, call (912) 691-2614 or 998-0040 or log on at www.woundcareclinic.net.

(SAVANNAH, GA) Neely Saturday Joins Celia Dunn Sotheby’s International Realty

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A native Savannahian, Neely is knowledgeable about the many different areas in Savannah and the Low Country. She was a real estate assistant in Savannah for two years, working with closings, contracts and price comparisons.
 
Prior to entering the real estate field, Neely also worked as a financial analyst. She also volunteered and taught at Massie Heritage Center for five years.
 
Neely has a B.A. in history from Armstrong Atlantic State University. She is a member of St. Michael’s and All Angels Episcopal Church.
 
Known for its tradition of integrity, Celia Dunn Sotheby's International Realty specializes in fine luxury residential and commercial properties in Savannah and the Low Country of Georgia and South Carolina. Founded in 1981, Celia Dunn Sotheby's International Realty is noted for outstanding service to its clients, thorough knowledge of Savannah and the South Carolina Low Country, and excellent staff, in addition to having one of the region's top property management departments. The owners are natives of Savannah who have more than 60 years' combined experience in real estate. The offices are located at 9, 13, and 17 West Charlton Street on Madison Square in Savannah and 6 Bruin Street in Bluffton, S.C.
 
For more information, call Celia Dunn Sotheby's International Realty at (912) 234-3323 or visit www.celiadunnsir.com. To contact the Bluffton office, call (843) 836-3900.  

 

(SAVANNAH, GA) John Reddan Named to Senior Citiizens, Inc. Board of Directors

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In addition to the standard duties of a board member, Reddan is also one of the trustees on Senior Citizen Inc.’s capital campaign committee, which is currently raising money to rebuild the Ruth Byck Daycare Center.  This workday program offers two meals, snacks, transportation and a day of meaningful activity for frail seniors.  Reddan is also on the Board Development Committee, which works to make sure the Board of Directors is progressively moving forward. 

“It was a tremendous honor to be named to the board,” Reddan says.  

“My goal in my own business is to make sure senior care is as wonderful as it can possibly be and I can’t think of a better way to make sure that happens than to be involved with Senior Citizens, Incorporated.” 

Reddan’s business, Coastal Eldercare Solutions, is an eldercare consulting practice designed to help area businesses restore productivity for their workers who are overwhelmed by the caregiving needs of their parents.  He has also just published Reddan’s Coastal Eldercare Directory, a comprehensive guide to hundreds of eldercare services and companies in the Coastal Empire.

Senior Citizen’s, Inc. was established in 1959 and is Savannah’s largest non-profit agency dedicated to enhancing seniors’ quality of life.  The organization’s mission is to help seniors live safely and independently on their own and to promote for the overall well being of all seniors in the community.  It is located at 3025 Bull Street in Savannah.  To learn more about Senior Citizen’s, Inc., call (912) 236-0363 or log on at www.seniorcitizens-inc.org.

To learn more about Coastal Eldercare Solutions, Inc., call (912) 353-9000 or log on to www.eldercare-usa.com.

Park Place Outreach, Inc. Receives $25,000 from the Chatham County Commission

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(SAVANNAH, GA) Park Place Outreach, Inc. (formerly the Savannah Runaway Shelter) is to receive $25,000 from the Chatham County Commission. It is part of a $1.2 million funding package the county provides each year to area organizations and businesses.

“We are very grateful for this support. This money is going to go a long way,” says Linda Hilts Lamas, the Executive Director of Park Place.“We are building a new shelter and need the support to help realize our goal.”

The money will also come in handy because Park Place’s construction site was broken into last month. The thieves walked away with more than $7,000 worth of construction materials being used to build Park Places’ new home, which is expected to be completed February 2008.

Other organizations receiving funding from the county include the Tybee Beach Renourishment and Creative Coast.

Park Place Outreach provides emergency shelter and outreach for adolescents ages 11 through 18 and their families. It is the only agency located within Chatham County that serves youth at no charge who are accepted without a referral to receive help. Park Place opened in 1984. There are approximately 15-30 youth residents served each month

GEORGIA CONSERVANCY TO HOST CLEAN ENERGY CONFERENCE

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(ATLANTA – Aug. 21, 2007)  Every two years, the Georgia Conservancy hosts a conference to bring together engaged citizens, educators, government representatives, and business and industry leaders for an in-depth review of a specific environmental issue. The Georgia Conservancy’s Common Ground 07 conference will educate participants about environmental impacts of energy production and use, current issues related to climate change, energy efficiency and renewable energy in Georgia, and methods for individuals, business, industry and government to decrease energy use in their own sectors. This conference aims to inspire and motivate Georgia citizens to create a new vision for the state’s energy future.  For more information, please contact Sanders Moore at 404-876-2900 x109 or smoore@gaconservancy.org. Registration information can be found at www.georgiaconservancy.org.

WHAT: The Georgia Conservancy’s Common Ground 07 conference aims to inspire attendees to embrace a sustainable future for energy in Georgia that will create a better environment and support the state’s economic prosperity.

WHO: Hosted by the Georgia Conservancy, this year’s conference will feature over 40 national and local expert panelists, including keynote speakers Terry Tamminen, former chief policy advisor to Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Mike Tidwell, founder and director of the Chesapeake Climate Action Network.

WHERE: AT&T Conference Facility, Midtown, 725 W. Peachtree St., Atlanta, Ga. 30308

WHEN:

Thursday, Sept. 6 — Special Energy 101 session from 4:30 – 9 p.m.       

Friday, Sept. 7 — 7 a.m. – 7 p.m., including meals and closing reception.   

 

Celebrating its 40th anniversary, the Georgia Conservancy collaborates, advocates and educates to protect Georgia's natural environment. Through its focus on clean air and water, land conservation, coastal protection, growth management and education, the Conservancy works to develop solutions to protect Georgia’s environment and promote the stewardship of the state’s vital natural resources. 

The Wisdom Center and ICLC wish to welcome Ellen Farrell, MA, NCC, LPC.

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(SAVANNAH, GA) Ellen is a Nationally Certified and Licensed Counselor. A holistic practitioner, Ellen works with EMDR and Energy Medicine, as well as being a Certified Yoga Instructor and Reiki Master (using Reiki energy since 1987). Ellen brings to her clients over 10 years experience in the Nutrition-Health Food Industry, plus extensive expertise in Chakra Clearing and Spirit Connection. From 2000-2006 she was a Counselor/Wellness Specialist for students at SCAD. Ellen’s gift is helping people know what true wellness feels like. 

Her services will complement the coaching, relaxation therapy, bookstore, and yoga already present at The Wisdom Center.  If you would like to set up an appointment with Ellen, or you would like to inquire about services available at the Wisdom Center, please call 912-236-3660 or visit us online at www.internationalcoach.org.