The Richmond Hill Historical Society will present the award-winning documentary “Stubborn as a Mule” at 7 p.m. June 2 in the Richmond Hill Museum.
The directors of the film, Miller Bargeron Jr. and Arcelious J. Daniels, will be present and available to answer questions.
“Stubborn as a Mule” depicts the lesser-known historical facts of the Civil War as it relates to the coast of Georgia and is combined with contemporary commentary from experts.
Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church will hold its Son, Surf, Beach Bash vacation Bible School from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Sunday -June 9 at the church at 12965 Hwy. 144 in Richmond Hill.
Register online at http://rhpchurch.com/VBS/Registration.dsp, or for more information, call 351-7729.
Bryan Neck Missionary Baptist Church will celebrate the 38th anniversary of its deacons and deaconesses at 3 p.m. Sunday at the church at 16525 Hwy. 144 East.
The theme is “Leading By Example,” and the messenger of the celebration is Pastor Robert Miley of Mt. Olivet Missionary Baptist Church of Savannah.
For more information, call 727-2163.
Bold Bible Kids
Bold Bible Kids is a twice-weekly children’s program hosted by Corinth Baptist Church in historic Keller in South Bryan County. Entering its 11th year on June 7, BBK is designed for children 5 years old through fifth grade.
On Tuesdays, kids meet at the church from 9:30 a.m.-noon for music, Bible stories and games, followed by a light lunch. On Thursdays, the group leaves the church for field trips to places like Oatland Island Wildlife Center and Skidaway Institute of Oceanography Aquarium, as well as fishing and picnicking at J.F. Gregory Park and a day at Splash in the ’Boro in Statesboro.
BBK is a free program open to all children. Corinth Baptist Church also provides free transportation to and from the church. For more information or to schedule transportation, call 727-2617 or 727-5012.
The Daniel Baptist Church will have vacation Bible school from 6-8:30 p.m. June 5-10, at 580 Daniel Siding Loop Road in Richmond Hill for children in preschool through sixth grade.
Seventh- through 12-graders can attend VBS from 1-8:30 p.m. June 5 and 6-8:30 p.m. June 6-7.
For more information, call 756-3637.
The Bryan County 4-H will have a carwash and bake sale from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. June 11 at Pembroke Pharmacy in Pembroke.
Proceeds from the fundraiser will be used to provide a yearly scholarship in memory of Danny Page. The recipient and a chaperone will use “The Danny Page Memorial Livestock Scholarship” to attend Beef School in Perry.
The Page Family Farm has donated a cow to a Bryan County 4-H member for several years. The scholarship was created so that the youth receiving the Page Family Farm cow can attend the workshop to learn how to prepare a cow for livestock shows, including feeding, training and grooming.
To make a donation to the 4-H Program or to this scholarship in Danny’s name, call the 4-H office at 912-653-2231. It can be used as tax deductions.
The Bryan Neck Missionary Baptist Church Women in Action Ministry will present “Joy Night” at 7 p.m. June 10 at the church at 16525 Hwy. 144 East.
The guest speaker will be Minister Leona Miller of Holy Living Christian Center of Savannah. Men are also welcome.
For more information, call 727-2163.
Bryan Neck Missionary Baptist Church Women in Action Ministry will host a free seminar from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 11 at the John W. Stephens Wetlands Education Center in J.F. Gregory Park in Richmond Hill.
The theme is “Women in Perilous Times,” and the seminar is open to women and young adults age 16 and older. The guest speakers are Evangelist Jackie B. Small of New Salem Community Fellowship Center of Savannah and Evangelist Louvenia Grant of Pentecostal Deliverance Center of Savannah.
Doors open at 8:30 a.m. For more information, call 656-0930 or 756-5885. To make a reservation, which is due by Sunday, call 727-2163.
Play in the park
Richmond Hill Community Theatre will hold its “play in the park” with the presentation of O. Henry’s “The Ransom of Red Chief” at 4 and 7 p.m. June 11 in J.F. Gregory Park.
Bring a chair or blanket and enjoy this family-oriented play adapted from the famous short story of the rambunctious child Red who is kidnapped from town and held for ransom. The town is thrilled to see the child gone, but will the kidnappers have to pay the ransom themselves to return the child?
“The Ransom of Red Chief” is appropriate for children age 7 and over. Tickets are $5 each or no more than $20 for a family and are available at the park.