The Local Newswire
(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/
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(SAVANNAH, GA) Food insecurity issues in Savannah will be the focus of the second presentations of the 2019 Enmarket Encourage Health Series on Tuesday, June 25, at the Charles H. Morris Center, 10 E. Broad St. The presenter will be Desirae Suggs, a former Peace Corps volunteer in Costa Rica who is studying to become a registered dietitian. Doors will open for the June 25 event at 11:30 a.m., with the program beginning at 11:45 a.m. Read more about Desirae and her upcoming speech’s topic in this Savannah Morning News article: https://www.
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CONGRATULATIONS TO LEADERSHIP SOUTHEAST GEORGIA CLASS OF 2019
(SAVANNAH, GA) The last session of Leadership Southeast Georgia’s 2019 program was held in Chatham County and ended with the graduation of 25 participants. During the session, the class had the opportunity to tour the Canal District, the Tiny House Project, the Eastern Wharf development, the Health Professions Academic Building at Georgia Southern University’s Armstrong campus, Service Brewing, the Georgia Ports Authority, and the Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport. A few of the weekend’s speakers included Scott Hilton, Executive Director for Georgians First Commission; Don Waters, Chairman of the Board of Regents for the University System of Georgia; and Greg Kelly, Executive Director of the Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport. An exciting and successful weekend it was! For more information on Leadership Southeast Georgia, please visit http://www.lsega.com/
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TRINITY WORSHIP AND PRAISE MINISTRIES BREAKS GROUND ON NEW SANCTUARY
(SAVANNAH, GA) Trinity Worship and Praise Ministries broke ground on a new sanctuary on the existing church campus at 12532 White Bluff Road. The Dewitt Tilton Group is the contractor for the project, which will build a new 200-person capacity sanctuary for the church. The 4,500-square-foot structure will feature a stage, a vaulted ceiling, restrooms, private office for the pastor, three additional offices and a future baptismal location. The new building will share the church campus with the existing church and other support buildings. Construction is expected to be complete sometime in December 2019. For more information, please visit https://www.thecoastalbuzz.
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(SOUTH MAGAZINE) Do you know Charles “Bo” Bowen? If you don’t, you should! Founder of The Bowen Law Group, an expert in the entertainment industry and a true advocate for local businesses, Bo represents dozens of companies in the Savannah area. If you don’t know Bo, learn more about him here: http://www.southmag.com/
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BEAUFORT DERMATOLOGY REOPENS UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
(BEAUFORT, SC) Beaufort Dermatology, a unit of Pinnacle Medical Group, hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate new ownership of the practice under Dr. Audrey Klenke. The Beaufort Dermatology team was joined by Mayor Billy Keyserling, the Beaufort Chamber of Commerce and other area dignitaries. Beaufort Dermatology is located at 1096 Ribaut Road in Beaufort, SC. Read more about the ribbon-cutting here: http://www.blufftonsun.
HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION PRESENTS $5,000 DONATION TO XCEL STRATEGIES
(SAVANNAH, GA) The Home Builders Association of Greater Savannah presented a $5,000 donation to Savannah-based mentoring group Xcel in support of the 2019 Dust and Grain Woodworking Competition held on Saturday, May 18, at Maven Makers, 415 Boundary St. Xcel is a Savannah mentoring nonprofit organization that concentrates on moving young men ages 15 to 25 into the workforce via the trades. For more information, please visit https://www.savannahnow.
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PEACOCK SUBARU DONATES $4,875 TO GREATER BLUFFTON JASPER COUNTY VOLUNTEERS IN MEDICINE
(HARDEEVILLE, S.C.) Peacock Subaru has donated $4,875 to Greater Bluffton Jasper County Volunteers in Medicine as part of the annual Subaru Share the Love event. The funds were raised during November and December 2018. Each Subaru buyer could decide whether to donate a portion of the purchase price to a national charity or Peacock Subaru’s hometown nonprofit, the local chapter of Volunteers In Medicine. Volunteers with the organization provide care to community members in Bluffton and Jasper County who are without medical insurance. For more information, please visit https://www.blufftontoday.com/
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