Police Memorial Trail Reopens in Savannah, Helping Link Daffin Park to Lake Mayer

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Chatham/Savannah’s Tide to Town urban trail system is supported by the REACH grant, administered by Healthy Savannah and YMCA of Coastal Georgia.

(SAVANNAH, GA) Savannah’s Police Memorial Trail will officially reopen on Monday, November 29. A ribbon-cutting ceremony is planned for 11:30 a.m. at the trailhead on the corner of Kerry St. and Dixie Ave., where City and County officials will gather with the Tide to Town board and members of the community to celebrate the conclusion of the five-year renovation effort.

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Ten Area Industry Leaders to Participate in 9th Annual Virtual State of Small Business in Chatham County

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Noon on December 1, 2021, presented by SCORE Savannah and Wells Fargo

(SAVANNAH, GA) The 9th Annual State of Small Business in Chatham County will be presented live online, from 12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, December 1, 2021, on SCORE SAVANNAH’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/SCORESavannah/

Ten area business leaders of different sectors will each have three minutes to present a brief overview of the current situation in Chatham County pertaining to their industries. They will then offer their insights into what this means to the future of Savannah and the small business owner.

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A Powerful Partnership: Enmarket and The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Fight Blood Cancer Together

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(SAVANNAH, GA) For the 9th year, locally owned Enmarket continued its partnership with the Georgia – South Carolina Region of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s (LLS) Light The Night® campaign. Enmarket launched its company-wide initiative in September across Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina by encouraging its customers to donate at check-out to benefit LLS. The 2021 campaign in September raised over $125,000 to help in the fight against blood cancers. Brett Giesick, President of Enmarket, and Matt Clements, Vice President of Marketing, presented local LLS staff with a check on October 27.

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Center Parc Credit Union and SUGA partner with Butler, Windsor Forest, Heard, Gould, Brock Elementary and Hodge elementary schools to create a recipe cookbook documenting their first vegetable garden

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Kick-off is at noon on Wednesday, Oct. 20, at Butler Elementary

(SAVANNAH, GA) Center Parc Credit Union and the Savannah Urban Garden Alliance (SUGA) have partnered with six Savannah elementary schools to create a recipe cookbook documenting the students’ first vegetable garden.

The project kicks off on Wednesday, Oct. 20 at noon at Butler Elementary School, 1909 Cynthia St., with an announcement from the participating schools, SUGA, and Center Parc discussing the process of putting the cookbook together.

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Hire Dynamics Celebrates 20 Years, Putting Over 625 People to work Each Day in Savannah

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(SAVANNAH, GA) Hire Dynamics, a staffing company with offices in Savannah and across the Southeast, is celebrating 20 years of putting people to work.

“Here in Savannah, we put over 625 people to work a day and aim to fill more than 150 positions in manufacturing, contact centers, office support and e-commerce/logistics at warehouses and distribution centers,” Savannah Regional Manager Lori Pitt said. “We are adept in helping people reenter the workforce, even during a global pandemic.”

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Hallelujah Fest: Raising Our Voices Against COVID

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(SAVANNAH, GA) Healthy Savannah and the YMCA of Coastal Georgia are partnering with historically Black churches across the Savannah area to help raise awareness of the COVID-19 and flu vaccines.

“It’s vitally important that people have access to the vaccine, and to straight answers to their questions about COVID-19,” said Nichele Hoskins, communication manager at Healthy Savannah. “By partnering with several faith-based communities, Healthy Savannah continues to help get information and vaccine to Black and Hispanic people who continue to be hard hit by the virus.”

Community events to be held in October and November include a cooking class, a food festival, and community concerts. They share the common theme of helping bring people together safely to celebrate, remember, dispel myths, and express solidarity and hope during the coronavirus pandemic.

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