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Boats Needed!

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IF YOU HAVE A BOAT & WOULD LIKE TO TAKE A WOUNDED WARRIOR FISHING IN THE WOUNDED WARRIOR FISHING RODEO ONSEPT. 20TH, PLEASE CONTACT BOBBY SAULS @ 912-547-8828  IMMMEDIATELY! FRIDAY IS THE DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION!

 

Thank you to all who have already volunteered their time for this amazing event! The more boats we have, the more soldiers we can take fishing!!

Cars & Coffee this Saturday!

See you this Saturday!

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Greetings!

Cars & Coffee in Richmond Hill is growing-come early to park in one of the preferred parking spaces! Ah, but don't worry, we have plenty of room and will find a good space for you and your car or truck. And did I mention Fire trucks? Vintage military vehicles are welcome too.

On September 6, Savannah Tire will be our sponsor and special guest.  Don't miss it! And of course our favorite coffee from Espresso Hill. It's only 25 cents with a donation.

Hope to see you this Saturday at the Richmond Hill History Museum, located at 11460 Ford Avenue, Richmond Hill, Georgia.  

  

Parade and lunch at Magnolia Manor

We have a special invitation from Magnolia Manor next door for car owners after 11 AM to bring your car for a special "Memory Lane" display for the Residents. If you would like to be a part of this, we do need an RSVP by September 3. Lunch will be provided so a general head count is needed. This has all been organized by Pastor Tom Keller of Living Legacies.

Please contact him at or 912-308-3767 in Savannah.

 

Thank you to our sponsors

Thank you to our wonderful sponsors, Espresso Hill, for providing us with gourmet coffee to start our day!  Drop by their location at 10747 Ford Avenue (Sawmill Plaza) to try some of their other goodies... breakfast sandwiches, coffee, pastries and even ice cream! 

Ameris Bank was last month's sponsor.  Thanks to Brad Brookshire, our wonderful local banker.

Savannah Tire will be there this month.  See you Saturday!

Danielle Webb Speaks at Rotary Club Meeting

Submitted by: Lesley Francis

 

At last week's Rotary meeting at the Richmond Hill City Center, Danielle Webb gave a very moving presentation about childhood cancer and her family's battle against this disease which their 4 year old son William sadly lost earlier this year. She talked about the non-profit organization set up in his honor, Warriors for William, and also asked for support of the Second Annual Warriors For William 5k at 8.30am on Saturday, October 25th at J.F. Gregory Park in Richmond Hill.

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Cheer on the Wildcats this Week

Come out this week and Watch the Wildcats in action this week...

 

Pre-sale football tickets can be purchased the week of home games for $5 at Carver Elementary, Plantation Lumber and Hardware and First Bank of Coastal Georgia.

 

Tuesday, 9/2

· SOFTBALL vs Effingham County (JV only-HOME) @ 5:00 pm Wednesday, 9/3

· SOFTBALL vs. Calvary Day (Varsity only-HOME) @ 4:00 pm

 

Thursday, 9/4

· SOFTBALL @ Liberty County (JV & Varsity) @ 4:00 pm

· VOLLEYBALL vs. Statesboro/Effingham County (JV & Varsity) @ 4:30 pm @ Statesboro

· JV FOOTBALL @ Brunswick @ 5:00 pm Friday, 9/5 · FOOTBALL vs. Johnson (HOME) @ 7:30 pm - First game of the season!

 

Saturday, 9/6

· VOLLEYBALL vs. Bradwell/Camden/Glynn Academy/Ware (Varsity only) @ 9:00 am

 

Thank you for your continued support of RHHS and our Wildcat student athletes.

RHHS Weekly Wildcat Update

Monday is Labor Day, and all schools are closed. Enjoy the holiday with your families. We will see you bright and early on Tuesday. Parents – please help me encourage timely arrival at school. We have seen an increase in tardies to school over the past week. Remember, excessive tardies can result in disciplinary consequences as well as a loss of parking privileges.

 

Students parking on campus must register their vehicles. Wednesday and Thursday of this week, Officer Zirpolo tagged cars with warning notices that did not have the proper parking hang-tag. If your child drives to school, please make sure he/she has registered the car and that the car displays the issued hang-tag.

 

Yesterday, most students received their ID cards. While students are not required to wear these or have them on their person, students are able to use their IDs to check out books in the library as well as receive a $1 discount on all home game tickets at the gate. We hope to find local community members who will support our RHHS students by offering discounted purchases with their IDs.

 

Picture day is next Wednesday, September 3rd. Picture information went out through 1st block teachers earlier this week. If you didn't get a form, please have your child stop by the front office.

 

Progress reports will be distributed to students on Thursday, September 4th. We have completed about 4 ½ weeks of school already. As a reminder, you can easily make regular checks of your child's progress by using PowerSchool.

 

Herff Jones will be here Friday, September 5th, to take Junior Ring orders. They will be available during all lunches.

 

MAP testing continues for 9th graders on Tuesday. This will be completed next Tuesday, 9/9.

 

Yearbooks can be ordered online through August for only $60. Use the "Like Yearbook" link on the school home page. Starting September 1st, yearbooks will go up to $70.

 

Bryan County Schools is partnering with the local Health Departments to give students access to the free flu vaccine this year. Please go to the RHHS website for additional information. The consent form is due back to Nurse Dragon by September 12th.

 

If you missed senior portrait sessions during the summer, there is ONE last scheduled make-up date: September 20. We're using VolunteerSpot (the leading online signup and reminder tool) to organize our upcoming activity. Please sign up for Senior Picture Make-Up!

 

Here's how it works in 3 easy steps:
1. Click this link to go to our invitation page on VolunteerSpot: http://vols.pt/4Mhe6m

2. Enter your email address: (You will NOT need to register an account on VolunteerSpot)
3. Sign up! Choose your spots - VolunteerSpot will send you an automated confirmation and reminders. Easy!

 

Note: VolunteerSpot does not share your email address with anyone.

 

If you have any questions about sitting fees and picture costs, parents and students may also contact the photographer online through Leonard's website: www.leonards.com or call them directly: 1-800-215-4852.

 

Next Friday, September 5th, is our first home football game of the season. Come out and support our Wildcat Football team as they take on the Johnson HS Atom Smashers. Game time is 7:30pm.

 

As always, GO WILCATS!

Basic Storm Spotter Training (Sept 4)

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Bryan County Emergency Services will be hosting a Basic Storm Spotter Training (Duration: 2 hours)

 

When: Thursday September 4th, 2014

 

Where: County Administration Building, 66 Captain Mathew Stephens DR, Richmond Hill, GA 31324

 

Time: 1800 to 2000

 

Course Overview: The training will include: a brief introduction to the National Weather Service (NWS), the different types of hazardous weather and how to safely observe them, the types of severe weather to report, and how to send those reports to the NWS. No prior knowledge of weather or weather observing is necessary to attend this training.

 

Are You Interested in Attending a Storm Spotter Training Session?

 

If so, contact Bryan County Emergency Services at (912) 459-6505 and register today.

Kingston Invites High School SENIORS to Apply for Service Academies

Kingston Invites High School Seniors to Apply for Service Academies

Washington - Congressman Jack Kingston (R-GA) reminds students interested in receiving a congressional nomination to one of the U.S. Military Academies that they must submit their completed applications to his office no later than October 1.  Each year Congressman Kingston nominates deserving young men and women to the Service Academies. 

 

"The First District has a rich military heritage. We have many qualified students who can carry on that tradition," said Kingston.  "We have the privilege of interviewing and nominating the finest young men and women to the Academies each year.  These are the future leaders that will serve with honor and skill in the United States Armed Forces." 

 

High school seniors interested in attending the United States Air Force Academy, the United States Military Academy, the United States Merchant Marine Academy, or the United States Naval Academy should apply directly with the Academy as soon as possible. 

 

Those students should contact Congressman Kingston's office for a Congressional Nomination Application.  More information and the nomination application can be found on Kingston's website at http://kingston.house.gov or by calling Brooke Childers in his Savannah Office at 912-352-0101.

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