The Healthy Savannah team is encouraging the community to get up and get active with them on their weekly Tuesday Healthy Walks. Join them on Facebook Live or explore their routes on your own using the new Healthy Walks map.
(SAVANNAH, GA) The Enmarket Encourage Health Educational Series, in partnership with Healthy Savannah, will stream its next LIVE broadcast on April 1, exploring “Breaking the Breastfeeding Barriers.”
SAVANNAH, Ga. – World Trade Center Savannah (WTCSav) announces the appointment of two new Board of Directors members, Register International Inc. founder and CEO Sean Register representing Bryan County and Silver & Associates President Dr. Joseph H. Silver, Sr. representing Chatham County.
All members of the Executive Committee were reappointed including Georgia Ports Authority Director of Business Development and International Marketing John Petrino as the board Chairman, BankSouth President Laura Moore as Vice Chairman, Bonitz of Georgia CEO John Coleman as Secretary/Treasurer and National Office Systems owner Scott Center as Immediate Past Chairman/Board President.
(SAVANNAH, GA) Savannah-based Colonial Group Inc. has announced a new era of leadership as it prepares to mark a major milestone in the company’s history in 2021.
Christian B. Demere (Demere) has been named chief executive officer, succeeding his father, Robert H. Demere, Jr. (Demere Jr.), who had been in the position since 1986. Colonial Group has continued to operate as a privately held business since 1921 through the chairmanships of its founder, Raymond Demere; his son, Robert H. Demere Sr.; and Robert’s son, Demere Jr.
(GARDEN CITY, GA) The Garden City Homestead Association’s community garden will share its third harvest with the community at 11 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 30, in a program that will include food demonstrations and education sessions. This is one of eight community gardens Center Parc Credit Union has awarded funding within the past six months.
The Garden City public is invited to share in a winter vegetable harvest that includes collards, cabbage, broccoli, and kale at the event, to be held at the garden, 4115 Second St. in Garden City. Representatives from the Garden City City Council are among those expected to attend.