BCES Biggest Loser Challenge

the-biggest-looserBryan County Emergency Services Host 2nd Annual Biggest Lose Contest

It’s the Holidays! Eat up and enjoy while you can. NOT! With all the holidays and parties and good food we all put on a little more weight than we should. So to help us get those few pounds off starting the first week of January the BCES will host its 2nd Annual Biggest Loser Contest! You can join in and have some friendly competition while losing weight over an 8 weeks period by signing up to participate. Below are the official guidelines/rules.

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8U Wildcat Football Team Finishes Successful Season

8U-District-championsHard Work Pays Off for Wildcats

Submitted by: Erin Steele

 

The Wildcats began their season with no returning players from the previous year. As the members practiced together, their play began to improve and the team concept develop. Upon conclusion of the South Georgia Youth Football League season we found ourselves in 2nd place. After regular league play ended, the Wildcat’s season was far from over. They continued to practice several times a week to hone their skills in preparation of the upcoming Georgia Recreations and Parks Association playoffs. Players also participated in several post season contests. They traveled to Garden City to participate in the 49th Annual Rebel Bowl and also to Effingham County to participate in the 14th annual George A. Ulmer Cracker Bowl.

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150th Anniversary of the Siege at Fort McAllister and Winter Muster

Reenactment-savannahReenactment of the Taking of “Guardian of Savannah” Commemorated by Fort McAllister State Historic Park

Many joined the troops at Fort McAllister on December 13, 2014 as they reenacted the taking of the fort by Union forces and General William T. Sherman on that day 150 years ago. The fort, known as the “Guardian of Savannah,” was attacked seven times by Union ironclads before Sherman sent troops to take the fort by land, where they outnumbered the Confederates 25 to 1. This significant Civil War battle marked the end of Sherman’s March to the Sea in 1864. Skirmishes, drills and living history programs were held throughout the day and the final assault reenactment took place at 5 p.m.

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December Yard of the Month

YOM-12Richmond Hill Garden Club Awards the Andersen's with December Yard of the Month

Submitted by: Gloria Shearin

 

The Richmond Hill Garden Club has awarded the December Yard of the Month to Sandy and Austin Andersen who live at 500 Greenwich in Richmond Heights Subdivision. Two Cleveland pears frame the Andersen’s yard, and blooming sasanqua camellias brighten the front, their lovely pink color still attracting cloudless sulphur and gulf fritillary butterflies. Encore azaleas and a Japanese maple add to the front planting bed. A fountain and a conch shell collection from St. Simon’s Island complement the front planting, where irises will soon make their appearance.

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PawParazzi Raisers $1,000 at Pet Photos with Santa

pawparazzi-santaProceeds to Benefit Bryan County Animal Control Equipment

Last week’s Pet Photos with Santa fundraiser at PawParazzi attracted 43 fur baby families and raised $1,000 towards the purchase of equipment for Bryan County Animal Control.

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Richmond Hill Kicks Off the Holiday Season with Festivities

christmas-parade-hometown19th Annual Hometown Christmas Parade and Events Following

Richmond Hill kicked off the Christmas holiday this weekend with the annual Chili Cook-Off on Friday, December 5 and the 19th Annual Hometown Christmas Parade on Saturday, December 6. This year's parade theme was "A Star Spangled Christmas".

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2014 Richmond Hill Holiday Tour of Homes

tour-of-homesKicking Off the Holiday Season in Richmond Hill

The self-guided tour of Richmond Hill's Holiday Tour of Homes was held on Sunday, December 7, 2014. The event was sponsored by Richmond Hill Friends of the Library, Garden Club, Historical Society, Arts on the Coast, and St. Anne's Council of Catholic Women.

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City Clerk Ursula Lee Celebrates 28 Years of Employment with City of Richmond Hill

ursula-leeCity of Richmond Hill Recognizes Local Employee's 28 Years of Dedication

Submitted by: Abshire Public Relations

 

Richmond Hill, Ga. – Ursula Lee, Richmond Hill city clerk, recently celebrated 28 years of employment with the City. Lee began her work in 1986 as a receptionist/senior clerk, and was promoted to assistant city clerk before becoming city clerk in 1997.

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Richmond Hill's Annual Lighted Boat Parade

boat-parede-at-the-marinaFish Tales and Fort McAllister Host Annual Lighted Boat Parade and Fireworks Show

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas here in Richmond Hill! After a great day at the Christmas Parade, this past Saturday night was finished with the annual Lighted Boat Parade and Fireworks Show at Fish Tales and Fort McAllister Marina. Every dock was loaded with people as hundreds came out to enjoy the parade, good food and fireworks show. 

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Decorate Your Old Running Shoe Contest at Local Running Store

santa-shoeGeorgia Game Changers Host Annual Holiday Theme Shoe Decorating Contest

Georgia Game Changers Running Company is calling all creative souls to decorate and old running shoe in a holiday theme and bring them to the store by Friday, December 12th.

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Local Talent to Star in 2015 Operas

Puccini-OperasSavannah Voice Festival and Savannah Music Festival Announce Cast for March 2015 Puccini Operas

SAVANNAH, GA – December 8, 2014 The Savannah VOICE Festival (SVF) and Savannah Music Festival (SMF) announce the full cast for the co-produced Puccini operas which will be presented during the first weekend of the 2015 Savannah Music Festival. Two of Puccini’s one act operas, the tragedy - Suor Angelica and comedy - Gianni Schicchi will both be presented on the evening of Friday March 20th and afternoon of Sunday March 22nd 2015 at the Lucas Theatre for the Arts, featuring the Savannah Philharmonic.

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Richmond Hill's 13th Annual Chili Cook-Off

chili-cook-offThings Were Heating Up at Richmond Hill's Annual Chili Cook-Off

Submitted by: Allison McCallum

 

Things heated up at Richmond Hill’s 13th Annual Chili Cook-Off this past Friday in J.F. Gregory Park. On December 5th, 12 cooks faced off in order to win first prize: a trophy and a $350 cash prize. The remaining prize winners also won trophies and cash prizes.

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Business After Hours Hosted by Homes of Integrity

Business-After-Hours-Hosted-by-Homes-of-IntegrityNetworking Event Held at Creek Side in Richmond Hill Plantation

The Chamber’s monthly Business After Hours offers business people the ideal avenue to network and build business relationships. The December Business After Hours was hosted by Homes of Integrity and held at Creekside at Richmond Hill Plantation, located at 130 Smoke Rise Road.

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City of Richmond Hill Breaks Ground on Sidewalk Project

groundbreaking-sidewalkGroundbreaking on the City of Richmond Hill's Sidewalk Project

Submitted by: Abshire Public Relations

 

The City Council of Richmond Hill broke ground this afternoon on the city’s sidewalk project, a system of sidewalks connecting neighborhoods to schools, parks and retail establishments. The project came about as a result of a needs assessment completed earlier this year, which identified the areas with a “gap in service” related to the provision of sidewalks and pedestrian connectivity to critical destinations in the city.

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WaterWays Township Hosts Homes for the Holidays

waterways-ts-logoLocal Community Welcomes Richmond Hill to Make Spirits Bright

Richmond Hill, Ga. – Dec. 4, 2014 – WaterWays Township announced today that their “Homes for the Holidays” community Christmas event will take place on Saturday, Dec. 13th from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. The South Bryan County community welcomes Richmond Hill to join them for a day of making spirits bright with games, prizes, local entertainment and a visit from Santa Claus.

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Abba Girlz Live at the Richmond Hill City Center (Feb 14)

Abba-PhotoCelebrate Valentine's day with the Abba Girlz

The Rotary Club of Richmond Hill unveil their annual fundraiser to take place next Valentine’s night when everybody is invited to join them to experience the legendary Abba Girlz/Abba Tribute Band live in concert. On Saturday, February 14th 2015 from 6:30-10:30pm the Richmond Hill City Center will be transformed into a 1970’s nightclub with a Greek flair in honor of the Broadway musical and Meryl Streep/Pierce Brosnan movie, Mamma Mia which was set on a Greek Island.

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Christmas at the Bark Park (Dec 7)

SignageCelebrating the First Holiday Season at the Bryan County Bark Park

The Bryan County Bark Park will be celebrating its first holiday season since opening with a fundraising event on the afternoon of Sunday December 7th 2014.

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15th Annual Santa Scramble

santa-scrambleSanta Scramble Golf Tournament to benefit the Bryan County Children's Fund

Submitted by: Debbi Usher

 

The 15th Annual Santa Scramble Golf Tournament, benefiting the Bryan County Children's fund, was held on Friday, November 7, 2014. The tournament raised nearly $18,000. Wendy Sims from Bryan County Family Connection was on hand for the check presentation after the tournament. The food was provided by Smokin' Pig.

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Richmond Hill to Host Holiday Tour of Homes

StAnneTickets Available for Purchase for Holiday Tour of Homes

This self-guided tour will take you through historic buildings such as the Henry Ford Kindergarten building, and St. Anne Catholic Church, formerly the Martha-Mary Chapel built by Henry Ford, as well as several beautiful low country, southern homes. Guests will also enjoy a holiday tea at the historic church. Proceeds benefit the Richmond Hill Friends of the Library, Garden Club, Historical Society, Arts on the Coast and St. Anne Council of Catholic Women.

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Richmond Hill City Council Unanimously Approves New Logo

richmond-hill-georgia-city-logoRichmond Hill Positioned for Future

Richmond Hill, Ga. – The Richmond Hill City Council recently and unanimously approved a new logo for the City. The design, modeled after the Ogeechee River's recognizable seven-mile bend, is the first one since 1987 and will become effective immediately.

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