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(SAVANNAH, GA) Food insecurity issues in Savannah was the focus of the second presentation of the 2019 Enmarket Encourage Health Series. The presenter was Desirae Suggs, a former Peace Corps volunteer in Costa Rica who is studying to become a registered dietitian. She is a certified personal trainer who has an interest in nutrition and fitness following weight problems she faced earlier in her life. To watch the full lecture, please visit https://www.youtube.com/
BO BOWEN ON SAVANNAH’S GROWING ECONOMY
(SAVANNAH CEO) Check out what Bo Bowen of The Bowen Law Group has to say about Savannah’s growing economy in this Savannah CEO video interview: http://savannahceo.
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EQUIPMENTSHARE BREAKS GROUND
(RICHMOND HILL, GA) EquipmentShare, a national equipment rental business, broke ground on a new facility, located at 145 Thunderbird Dr., Richmond Hill, GA. This facility will be used as an equipment rental facility, as well as, one of their installation centers for their Tech company, Equipment Share Track. The Dewitt Tilton Group is the contractor for the project. EquipmentShare is a contractor-focused equipment rental business, giving contractors access to an extensive construction fleet. The company also offers technology solutions and other services to the contracting field. Founded in 2014, it operates 26 facilities in 11 states. For more information, please visit http://savannahceo.com/news/
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AGING IN PLACE: RENOVATION TIPS TO UPDATE A HOUSE FOR STAYING LONG TERM
(SAVANNAH, GA) It’s something no one wants to talk about. Where will you (or your parents) go when you “outlive” your home? Stairs and narrow showers aren’t the most accommodating options for individuals in the older years. Sherry Daniel, owner and CEO of Roto-Rooter Plumbers of Savannah, shares her tips for staying in a home through the aging process in this article published in Mechanical Hub: https://mechanical-hub.
LEADERSHIP SOUTHEAST GEORGIA GRADUATES CLASS OF 2019
(SAVANNAH, GA) Twenty-five business and civic leaders from 10 southeast Georgia counties graduated from the 2019 session of Leadership Southeast Georgia (LSEGA), wrapping up with a session in Chatham County. The five-month program, which is in its 20th year, is designed to connect and inspire engaged community leaders to improve the overall quality of life in Coastal Georgia. The group’s fifth and final session included discussions of health and infrastructure, featuring tours of ongoing projects in Savannah, the Waters Professional Health Services Building on the Armstrong campus of Georgia Southern University, and the Georgia Ports Authority as well as Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport. Nominations for the 2020 LSEGA program will open on Monday, July 1. For more information, please visit https://www.
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PARK PLACE OUTREACH AND GREENBRIAR CHILDREN’S CENTER HOST EMORY LAW PRESENTATION ON FAMILY FIRST PREVENTION SERVICES ACT
(SAVANNAH, GA) Park Place Outreach Youth Emergency Services and Greenbriar Children’s Center hosted a presentation by Melissa D. Carter, Clinical Professor of Law and Executive Director of Emory Law’s Barton Child Law and Policy Center; Shelby Zimmer, Acting Family First Director and Federal Plans Manager for the Georgia Division of Family and Children Services; and Gabrielle Kreisley Sheely, Lawyer and Consultant in the child and youth services field. This three-hour session explained the federal Family First Prevention Services Act and how it will impact Chatham County youth. For more information on Park Place Outreach, please visit https://parkplaceyes.
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THIRD ANNUAL THRIVE LOWCOUNTRY WOMEN’S CONFERENCE
(HILTON HEAD ISLAND, SC) The SC Lowcountry SCORE Chapter and the HHI-Bluffton Chamber of Commerce presents the third annual Thrive Conference, the premier women’s event of the Lowcountry. This year’s theme is “Achieving Results” with a goal to educate, empower and engage women and guests of all ages, in all stages of life with intent to motivate every guest to reach their full potential and ultimately realize results. New this year? BizPitch! Learn more here:
“INSPIRE YOUR COMMUNITY” PODCAST DONATES $1000 IN SUPPORT OF POLICE SGT. ANSARI’S FAMILY
(SAVANNAH, GA) Representatives of Pooler Elementary School and the 200 Club were each presented a check for $500 from the founder of the “Inspire Your Community” podcast, in recognition of the support these organizations provided to the families of the late Savannah Police Sgt. Kelvin Ansari, who died after being shot while investigating an armed robbery the Saturday before Mother’s Day. Chris Tilton, one of two principals at the Dewitt Tilton Group construction firm, founded the “Inspire Your Community” podcast and said that the nominations for both organizations aligned perfectly with the mission of the podcast and supports its motto: “Do Good, See Good, Inspire Others.” To watch the video from the donation to Pooler Elementary, please visit https://youtu.be/Uh5oXUAG5I0 To learn more about this donation, please visit https://www.savannahnow.com/
WHAT IT TAKES TO BE A SUCCESSFUL WOMAN IN THE FIELD OF ARCHITECTURE
(SAVANNAH, GA) Wondering what it takes to a be a successful woman in the field of architecture? Gretchen Callejas, project architect at Felder & Associates, has a few words of wisdom. In her article, Callejas discusses “the missing 32%”, work-life balance for women in her industry, and the need for female mentors who are willing to assist the next generation of ambitious women who equally love the field. A phenomenal read, you can find her article here: https://www.
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