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May 2021

Marjorie Young to present free online PR class offered by the Savannah Entrepreneurial Center June 24

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(SAVANNAH, GA) On Thursday, June 24 at 6:00 p.m., City of Savannah will be hosting “Increase Positive Buzz in the Community and Online,” a free online class offered by the Savannah Entrepreneurial Center and presented by community publicist Marjorie Young, who will share powerful tips on how to position yourself as the authority in your field, how to create brand ambassadors by forming an Advisory Board, and how to create a Repeatable Tagline™ that helps the positive buzz spread easier and faster.

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Operation Seafarer Vaccination Launches in Savannah, Georgia

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(SAVANNAH, GA) International seafarers will be vaccinated in Savannah starting Monday, May 24 at 8:45 a.m. as part of Operation Seafarer Vaccination. The new project was developed by the Rotary Club of Savannah (RCoS) in partnership with the Chatham County Health Department/Coastal Health District, Community Organized Relief Efforts (CORE), Curogram, Georgia Ports Authority, Colonial Group, Inc., Viksniks Consultants and Maritime Bethel Savannah.

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Enmarket and Veteran Carriers Feed a Trucker Campaign Continues June 4 with The Glampers serving as volunteers

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(SAVANNAH, GA) Truckers will be treated to free lunches once again when the Feed a Trucker campaign – a project of Veteran Carriers and Enmarket – holds its second event Friday, June 4 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

This month’s volunteers handing out meals will be The Glampers, the Savannah-based trio whose pandemic RV travel adventures are documented on an upcoming YouTube series.

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Healthy Savannah And YMCA Of Coastal Georgia Receive $544,000 For COVID-19 Vaccine Initiatives

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(SAVANNAH, GA) Healthy Savannah and YMCA of Coastal Georgia have been awarded $544,000 in supplemental grant funding by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The funds will be used to broaden the initiatives of the current Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH) grant to focus on COVID-19 vaccine education, awareness, and acceptance.

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Healthy Savannah Announces New Chairperson at 14th Annual Meeting

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(SAVANNAH, GA) Healthy Savannah celebrated 14 years of milestones and installed new officers at the organization’s annual meeting on May 18 at the Charles H. Morris Center. The public-private coalition launched by former Savannah Mayor Otis Johnson in 2007 also renewed its commitment to create and support a healthier, safer, and more accessible environment for all people to live, learn, work, pray, and play.

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TAX CREDIT-FUNDED SENIOR COMMUNITY

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(STATESBORO HERALD) W.H. Gross Construction Company, a developer in the process of buying a majority of the old Julia P. Bryant Elementary School campus, proposes to make it a senior community called Bryant Landing and create 51 apartments in Phase I, keeping and transforming three of the former school buildings in the process. Gross developed Live Oak Landing I in Savannah, where Healthy Savannah is the community quarterback organization.

ENMARKET HIRING BONUS

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(ENMARKET) Enmarket is offering a $500 new hire bonus for all qualified newly hired team members who average 32 hours or more per week over the next 90 days. Referral bonuses of up to $300 are also available for Enmarket employees who refer a friend or family member who is hired and works for 90 days or longer.⁠ Benefits include 401K with company match, health insurance, life insurance, long-term disability, tuition reimbursement, flexible spending accounts and pay-before payday options.⁠ Enmarket is an EEO/AA employer. The bonuses are only available for employees hired prior to June 9, 2021.
Apply here: nowhiring.com/enmarket/ or text “enmarket” to 242424

FREE FAITH AND NUTRITION TRAINING FOR SAVANNAH CHURCH GROUPS

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(SAVANNAH, GA) A free “Faith and Nutrition” training program is now available online to Savannah area faith-based organizations to help foster increased physical activity and healthy food consumption among African American adults. Also known as FAN, this training is being offered through a research study at the University of South Carolina Prevention Research Center and is supported by grant funding awarded by the CDC’s Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH) program to the YMCA of Coastal Georgia and Healthy Savannah. Free enrollment is now open. To sign up, please email FAN4Life@mailbox.sc.edu or call 877-971-5259. Visit prevention.sph.sc.edu/projects/fantraining.htm to learn more.