(SAVANNAH, GA) Enmark Stations, Inc., is pleased to announce that all 62 of its retail stores in Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina will sell Light The Night paper balloon icons in support of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s (LLS) Light The Night Walk. The paper balloon icons will be sold in all stores from May 1-31 and will cost $1 each. For more information about The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Light The Night Walk, call 912-897-1300 or visit www.lightthenight.org/ga. For more information about Enmark Stations, Inc., call 912-236-1331 or visit www.enmarkenjoy.com.  


(SAVANNAH, GA) Join Beyoncé + Goodwill: Transform Lives FOR GOOD:

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(SAVANNAH, GA) On Saturday, May 4, at 4:00 pm at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 1802 Abercorn (corner of Abercorn and 34th Streets), Roger Moss, noted local baritone, vocal coach and artistic director of the Savannah Children’s Choir, presents Wie Einst im Mai (As Once in May), a recital of German lieder, arias, spirituals and American art songs, accompanied by Anne Acker. Admission is $10 at the door. For more information, contact Moss at 912-667-1700.



(SAVANNAH, GA) On Tuesday, May 14, at the Westin Savannah Harbor from 11:30 am – 1:00 pm, the Women’s Legacy Council of the United Way of the Coastal Empire presents an interactive panel discussion featuring Savannah Mayor Edna Jackson, Judge Louisa Abbott, Savannah Tech President Kathy Love, Georgia Power VP/Coastal Region Cathy Hill, Savannah Economic Development Authority COO and VP of World Trade Center Brynn Grant and Mary Chapman, COO and Chief Nursing Officer Memorial Health. The luncheon will include conversation, networking and a Q&A session with panelists. The moderator will be Mary Ann Hogan, President of St. Vincent’s Academy. RSVP online uwce.org or call 912-651-7718. Tickets are $35 each or tables of 10 are $350. Proceeds from the luncheon will help low income women in finding dependable transportation.


(SAVANNAH, GA)  According to the National Runaway Switchboard, approximately 1.3 million homeless youth are living unsupervised on the streets, in abandoned buildings, with friends or strangers.Don’t face your problems alone,  if you are between the ages of 11-17 please contact Park Place Outreach, Youth Emergency Shelter at 912-234-4048 http://parkplaceyes.org/  


(SAVANNAH, GA) Savannah restauranteur and Food Network star Jamie Deen will emcee the Fourth Annual Night of Champions sponsored by the Lowcountry Down Syndrome Society (LDSS) on Thursday, May 9, 2013 at the Westin Harbour Resort & Spa. This evening includes the awards ceremony, a silent auction, dinner and cash bar. Doors open at 6 pm and business attire is requested. Tickets are $25 per person or reserve a table for ten for $250. Tickets can be purchased online at nightofchampions.org 


(SAVANNAH, GA) Zumba, Yoga, Walk, Run, Dance! It doesn’t matter how you move … just move! Join Movement in the Park, a health expo just for girls and women of all ages on Sunday, May 19th at 2P.M. in Forsyth Park. Sponsored by Dawn’s Daughter, Fleet Feet Sports, & Nike, the expo benefits "The Dawning of a Miracle Scholarship", a $1,000 scholarship awarded every year to a Chatham County Public or Private School college bound female graduating senior with a chronic/life-threatening illness. Register online for all of the fun, food and give- a-ways! http://www.dawnbakeronline.com/movement-in-the-park Registration is only $10 or call 912-232-6048 for more details.    


(SAVANNAH, GA) See which private school in Savannah was recently recognized as one of the most challenging high schools in the nation.  SCHOOL 


(SAVANNAH, GA) Celia Dunn Sotheby’s International Realty introduces 716 Barnard Street, Savannah, GA. At $549,000, this 2,316 sq. ft. corner town home built in 2006 is two blocks from Forsyth Park. It has 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths and 2 half baths. The kitchen is outfitted with stainless steel appliances. The residence boasta a balcony, a garden level study; a two car garage; and a gated entry. For more info, contact Carolyn Ezelle at 912-272-9711 or Lavinia Strong at 912-272-3250. http://celiadunnsir.com/listings/residential/mls-108933-716-barnard-street/ 


(SAVANNAH, GA) Guest Readers traveled throughout classrooms on Thursday, April 18 during the Wesley Community Centers of Savannah, Inc. "Books, Brownies, and Berries" literacy celebration held in conjunction with The Week of The Young Child. A big thanks to local author Gina Williams who read from her book There’s a Mamulu in My Closet!, Chief Judge Tammy Cox Stokes, Beth Wells, Dr. Anne Katz, Don Mayer, Lawanda Ransom, Rhonda Williams, Tammy Wingo, Carla Forbes, Mariah Tompkins, Bonnie Hinshaw, Debi Mulanax, Linda Zoller, Tanya Milton, Dedra Holloway, Clara Bain, Terry Enoch, Gina Williams, and Shamel Williams. Wesley’s children, ages 6 weeks through pre-K, were so attentive and thanked readers with big hugs! For more information about Wesley call 912-236-4226.


(SAVANNAH, GA) Applications for the 2013-2014 Leadership Savannah Class will be accepted through June 14, 2013. www.leadershipsavannah.org


(SAVANNAH, GA) The May Small Business Council SMART Lunch – Small Business Resources Part I will be held on Tuesday, May 7, with networking at 11:30 and the program from noon – 1 pm at the Savannah Morning News Auditorium, 1375 Chatham Parkway. Join this informative series sponsored by Comcast to find out what resources are available for existing small businesses. Marjorie Young, President of SCORE and owner of Carriage Trade Public Relations, Inc. and Tony O’Reilly, President of the Small Business Assistance Corporation, will be sharing expertise and answering questions.  The cost is $11 for Chamber members. RSVP to Cally D’Angelo, 912-644-6459.



(SAVANNAH, GA) Attention  SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS in Savannah – please take this survey: http://www.spsolutions.org/surveys/survey.php?sid=87.  

(SAVANNAH, GA) On Thursday, May 23, from 11:00am to 1:00pm, SAVANNAH SCORE will present: The State of Small Business.  RSVP at www.savannah.score.org




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