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Bryan County Republican Party to hold picnic
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GOP picnic

The Bryan County Republican Party will hold a "Picnic in the Park" on Thursday, March 1 from 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Attendees will hear from Bryan County Commission Chairman Jimmy Burnsed, Richmond Hill Mayor Richard Davis and Bryan County Board of Education Chairman Eddie Warren on the good things going on in Bryan County.

Other elected officials have been invited to attend.

All who believe in the principles of the Republican Party are invited to attend and join the party.

The cost for the event is $30 per person or $50 per family and includes food, drinks and a one-year membership in the Bryan County Republican Party.

For more information, call Johnny Murphy, chairman of the Bryan County Republican Party at 756-5920.



A yard sale fund-raiser will be held at the Pembroke Christian Church this Saturday, Mar. 3, from 8-12. All proceeds will benefit the North Bryan Relay for Life. All are invited to come out and support this worthy cause.


Fashion show

The fourth annual Richmond Hill Garden Club fashion show is Wednesday, March 14 at 3 p.m. at Magnolia Manor. Tickets are $5 each. For more information call Kay Lamb at 727-3999.



Vidalia onions

The American Legion Post 164 is having a fundraiser by selling jumbo Vidalia Onions through May 1. You can purchase a 10 lb. bag of jumbo onions for $7.50 per bag and 25 lb. bags will be sold for $15 per bag. The onions are provided by Ray Farms of Glennville. To place orders see any member of the Post or call 653-4958 or 653-4948. All proceeds will be used for Legion projects and to aid veterans and their families.


Post 164 meets

The American Legion, Post 164, Pembroke has its regularly stated meeting at 7:30 the second Thursday each month at the Post home on Highway 280 west in Pembroke. All veterans and current active duty members are encouraged to attend. The American Legion Ladies Auxiliary meets at 7 p.m. the same night at the Post home.


Boy Scouts

Boys Scouts from Bryan and Liberty counties will descend upon Richmond Hill’s J.F. Gregory Park on March 10 to join with the area’s police and firefighting units to educate the public on first aid skills and emergency preparedness. Richmond Hill Scout leaders have arranged for numerous displays and information booths including emergency vehicles, police canine patrols, Coast Guard, Life Star and Chatham County helicopter assets. Other features include Dave Chafin’s reptile exhibit and displays highlighting all aspects of Scouting, including Camp Blue Heron’s Sea Kayak program. The public is encouraged to attend, especially families with boys between the ages of 6-18 years old interested in the benefits of Scouting. All will enjoy a great learning experience and the opportunity to observe Scouts learning and teaching emergency preparedness and competing in first aid, canoeing, and stretcher carrying competitions. For information, please call Alan Garrett at 756-3634.

Adult baseball

The Savannah Adult Baseball League is looking for new players/teams to join for 2007 season which begins April 1. The League welcomes men 25 years of age or older to join for this season. For information, contact SABL at (912) 341-6168 or






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