The Pembroke Clothesline will have a bag sale Friday and Saturday. Pick up a bag and fill it as full as you can – for just $5. During the sale, customers will find something for everyone.
Jam back 2 school
The Back 2 School Jam will be Sunday at 4 p.m. at the J.F. Gregory Park pavilion. Featured artist include Jay, Nazerene, Church Boi, Chosen one, Zion and others. This is a free concert to the community. For more info call 445-0196 or 247-0318.
The Pembroke Cub Scout Troop 357 will be collecting used cell phones for recycling to raise funds through Friday for upcoming scouting activities.
The drop off location will be at the Pembroke Telephone Company during normal business hours. There will be a recycling bin available for unwanted cell phones. Please contact Miranda Purvis at 653-6324 with any questions.
The American Legion Auxiliary Unit 164, of Pembroke, will be having a Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser Saturday, Aug. 2, starting at 6 p.m. at the American Legion Post Hall, located on Hwy. 280 just past Alco. Tickets for the dinner are $6 and will be available at the door. Take out meals are available.
The meal will be sit down with waiters serving. Menu includes salad, garlic bread, spaghetti with or without meatballs, iced tea and dessert. Call Susie Magee at 653-5476 or 429-3741, or Cindy Milloy at 653-5878 or 675-5422, or contact any auxiliary members.
Before, after school
Richmond Hill and the Pembroke Branch of the YMCA Before and After School Program has started registration. The registration fee is $35. For more information, please call 756-5856. Scholarships are available.
The RHPD will have a Bike Rodeo Aug. 9, in cooperation with the Cub Scouts. The program is recommended for children ages 6-11 and will be held at J.F. Gregory Park from 9 a.m. to noon.
This function is designed to promote bicycle safety and the RHPD will be a raffling bicycle helmets and a toddler bicycle with training wheels.
Public Safety Day
A "Back to School" Bryan County Public Safety Day will be held Aug. 9 at the Publix Shopping Center, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The RHPD will be offering information on crime prevention and giving parents the opportunity to participate in the Indent-a-Child program, which consists of child fingerprinting kits and the opportunity for parents to have a police officer to assist the parent with obtaining viable prints from the child. The Indent-a-child kit is free and is provided to the parent to retain for their records. Indent-a-Child is the Richmond Hill Police Department's response to the growing number of missing and abducted children nationwide. For more information, visit www.childidprogram.com.
Jazzercise classes held at New Beginnings Community Church in Richmond Hill will be having an Open House from Aug. 25 - 29. The public is invited to join them for a class during this week and see what Jazzercise has to offer. Jazzercise combines elements of dance, resistance training, Pilates, yoga, kickboxing and more to create programs for people of every age and fitness level. Classes are held Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 8:30 a.m. and Monday, Tuesday and Thursday at 6:15 p.m. For more information, contact Judy Leibold at 251-605-4409.
Military Job Fair
A RecruitMilitary Career Fair event will take place in Hinesville on Thursday, Aug. 7, at the Econo Lodge (formerly the Sans Hotel & Suites) at 726 East Oglethorpe Hwy., from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Just in time for end of summer and back-to-school parties, Farm Rich has launched a National Block Party Contest on the Golden Isles. The "FunRaiser" is both an opportunity to win a party, plus win money to be donated to a favorite cause, charity or individual in need.
From now until Oct. 31, anyone can submit a unique or outrageously fun Block Party idea to gather friends, family or neighborhoods. Also included must be the cause, charity or individual in need they would like to receive $1,000 cash as a beneficiary from the "FunRaiser." For more information go to www.farmrich.com.
Richmond Hill Rec Association cheerleaders are looking for dedicated coaches and assistant coaches this football season. Skilled coaches are preferred for ages 6-12, but are not required. Enthusiasm is a must! This is an opportunity to make a difference in our youth’s lives. Interested? Contact Jan Bass, coordinator at 756-6459 or RHRA at 756-4075.
The Richmond Hill Historical Society is pleased to present Roger Warren Allen, Sr. to speak on "The History of Traffic on the Ogeechee River and its Effect on the Evolution of Lifestyles along its Banks." Allen is an entertaining and informative speaker, columnist for the Statesboro Herald, and author of Remembering Bulloch County from the Babe to the Boro.
Allen will speak at the Historical Society Museum, located on Hwy. 144 at 7 p.m., Aug. 7. The meeting is open to all members and the general public at no charge. If you have questions or need directions please call 756-3697 for more information.
The Youth Hero Award is a new addition to the Pembroke American Legion Auxiliary Unit 164 Children and Youth program, and is a liaison to the Child Welfare Foundation. The auxiliary is currently taking submissions for boys and girls who have performed some kind of heroic act in the North Bryan County area. To submit a hero, contact Unit 164 Vice President Cindy Milloy with the child’s name, age, city of residence, city where the heroic act took place and the date of the act. Milloy can be reached at 675-5422 or 653-5878.
Stratton Leopold, co-owner of Leopold’s Ice Cream and a motion picture producer, is scheduled to be the next guest speaker for Magnolia Manor on the Coast’s Renaissance Lecture Series.
Stratton can be found doling out ice cream scoops at the famous ice cream shop in downtown Savannah as well as in Hollywood, or on location around the world producing major motion pictures like Mission Impossible III, Paycheck and The Sum of All Fears.
Stratton’s lecture at Magnolia Manor will focus on the past, present and future of Leopold’s Ice Cream, Aug. 14 at 5:30 p.m.
Call 756-4300 or visit www.magnoliamanor.com.
The Pembroke Assembly of God is planning its second annual Back to School Extravaganza.
The Extravaganza will start at 5 p.m. on Aug. 3 and they will be handing out free school supplies to the first 100 children in grades K-5th.
Items to be distributed will include rulers, crayons, pens, pencils, colored pencils, pencil cases, scissors and notebook paper. Everyone in the community is invited to attend the event, which will also feature a water slide, hot dogs and hamburgers and ice cream sundaes. The Assembly will also be presenting information about all the children's programs and services they offer. To find out more, call Gloria Bennett and leave a message at 748-6058.
A Beth Moore Living Proof Live Simulcast is being co-hosted at St. Elizabeth’s Episcopal Church on Hwy. 144. Moore is a dynamic Bible teacher and will be joined in this simulcast by Travis Cottrell, a dynamic worship leader.
The event will take place Friday, Aug. 1, at St. Elizabeth’s. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., event starts at 7:30 p.m. and runs until 9:30 p.m. Another event is slated for Saturday, Aug. 2, when doors open at 8:30 a.m. The event will be from 9:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
Tickets are on sale now, $35 each. To register, go to stelizabethsrichmondhill.com, click on Beth Moore and follow instructions for registering and purchasing tickets, or call 727-2589.
Proof at AASU
To close its 2008 Summer Theatre Season, the Armstrong Atlantic State University Department of Art, Music & Theatre will be presenting David Auburn’s suspenseful drama Proof in the Masquers Chinese Theater. Audience discretion is advised. Performances run Aug. 1-3 with performances Thursday through Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday matinées at 3 p.m. Advance ticketing is highly recommended; general admission $10; senior citizens, military personnel, and students/children may purchase tickets for $8. Call 344-2556 for more information or visit www.finearts.armstrong.edu/tickets.html.
The Coastal Nonprofit Professional meeting will be Aug. 6, 5:30-7:30 p.m., at Lulu’s Chocolate Bar, 42 Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard in Savannah. Beverages will be available at happy hour prices and dessert samples will be served. The event is hosted by the Georgia Center for Nonprofits.
The networking meeting will include a short program on how major changes taking place in the nonprofit sector and the local nonprofit community are changing the skills nonprofit professionals need to develop.
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The Alzheimer’s Association’s annual Memory Walk is Sept. 27 at Johnson Square in Savannah and Nov. 1, in Statesboro at the Bulloch Academy. This inspiring event calls on volunteers of all ages to become Champions in the fight against Alzheimer’s. Come enjoy great music, food, and fun for all ages. Start your team today by visiting the Alzheimer’s Association at www.georgiamemorywalk.org and choose your walk location or call 920-2231.
The City of Savannah’s Cultural Arts Theatre is presenting Once On This Island, a one-act musical based on Hans Christian Andersen’s The Little Mermaid, set in the French Antilles in the Caribbean Sea.
The Trustees Theater is located at 216 E. Broughton St. Performances will take place Aug. 1, 2, 8 and 9 at 8 p.m.; and Aug. 3 and 10 at 3 p.m.
Tickets are $17 general admission; $12 seniors and students, available at the Trustees Theater box office, by calling 912-525-5050 or online at www.scadboxoffice.com. A service charge applies to phone and internet ticket purchases.