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Ft. Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield needs your help. We are all well aware of the significant economic impact this installation has on our community and any reduction in our nation’s troop size, if approved, will impact Ft. Stewart and Hunter and will be devastating to those who serve our community and their families.

 

Before any decisions are made, the Army is allowing a brief opportunity for public comments. The Richmond Hill/Bryan County Chamber of Commerce, the Development Authority of Bryan County, the city of Richmond Hill, the city of Pembroke and Bryan County officials join Ft. Stewart/Hunter Army Airfield’s Commanding General Mike Murray, who is strongly encourage the community to convey its support by writing to the following e-mail:. Or call the toll free number at 1-855-846-3940

 

All comments must be received by Monday, August 25.

Great things happening at RHHS!

Parents – if you are planning to volunteer with the school in any way or work with students as part of a Booster club, you must go through the Bryan County Schools volunteer orientation. We have one final opportunity this coming Tuesday evening,7pm, here at RHHS.

 

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.

 

Junior parent night is this coming Thursday, 8/28, 6pm in the East cafeteria. Please join us as we share information tailored to 11th graders and planning for these final two years of high school.

 

This coming Thursday and Friday, many students will be involved in SLOs, or Student Learning Objectives. The SLO is a pre-test, and the scores on these tests will be used with scores on the SLO post-test at the conclusion of the course to measure student growth. SLOs are being implemented as part of the new Georgia evaluation system, and will allow us to measure student growth.

 

If you missed senior portrait sessions during the summer, there are two scheduled make-up dates: August 23 and 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.

 

Looking ahead…picture day is Wednesday, September 3rd. Picture information will go out through 1st block teachers early next week. Please look for this.

 

We will distribute student ID cards through advisement on Thursday. There is no requirement for students to wear these IDs. Students may use their ID cards to get a $1 discount on game tickets at the gate for all home games.  ID cards can be used in the media center to check out books.  And, it is my hope that I can work with our local members of the community to offer discounts to our students who have their student IDs.  We will work to develop this throughout the year.  If you are a business owner or know a business owner who would be interested in partnering with RHHS in this way, please email me at .

 

As always, GO WILCATS!

RHHS Spirit Wear

Deadline to order is August 28th. They will be outside the school cafeteria's at all lunches that day if kids want to turn in forms or Nikki Palmer can accept forms at Palmer Chiropractic, located at 11400 Ford Ave.

 

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30th Anniversary Banquet for Richmond Hill Exchange Club (Aug 27)

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Celebrating 30 years of service to Bryan County

Chartered August 25, 1984

 

The Richmond Hill Exchange Club has been proud to serve the Bryan County community for the past 30 years, and we are commemorating that milestone with a special program next Wednesday, August 27 at Noon at The Richmond Hill City Center. We have planned a special recognition for our two charter members, Mayor Richard Davis, and Harry Brigdon, Sr. We will also be announcing a new community service project planned for early October. We know that civic involvement and service is the lifeblood of our community, and we are helping to organize a blood drive with the local chapter of the American Red Cross.

 

We hope you will be able to attend as our guests. Your assistance in informing the public of good news about Bryan County is greatly appreciated, and we look forward to seeing you next Wednesday.

 

Lynn Bennett

New Fall Merchandise by VELVET

New VELVET @ Stella Rose

 

Wrap Front Dress $129

 

Mock Neck Dress $139

 

Baby Cheetah Button Down $110

 

& Wrap Front Top in Turquoise (picture not shown)

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Help to Feed Our Community's Hungry Children

The Richmond Hill Rotary Club is assisting in The Back Packs of Love program, which discretely supports many under fed children in our community during the weekends and holidays, by providing nutritionally suitable snacks and easily prepared food items. The RHBC Chamber office is a drop off location.

 

See below for a list of drop off locations and donation items needed.

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2014 Great Ogeechee Seafood Festival - Sponsorship

The 16th Annual Great Ogeechee Seafood Festival is just around the corner! Limited sponsorship opportunities are still available. Please know that your support of the GOSF is important to our continued effort to keep dues affordable while we maintain RHBC Chamber programs and events. If you've never sponsored the GOSF, please consider a $250 sponsorship - there will be a drawing for two Sponsor Tent passes and one Parking Pass forFriday at the $250 level! It's an investment in your Chamber and your community! Additional details are located a twww.GoSeafoodFestival.com or call the RHBC Chamber at 912-756-3444

 

View the 2014 GOSF Business Sponsorship

 

View the 2014 GOSF Sponsorship Contract

2014 GOSF - Booth Space Rental Costs Increase (August 31)

Time is running out... submit your application soon! All Business and Arts & Crafts booth fees will increase afterAugust 31st. If you are interested in applying to have a Business or Arts & Crafts booth, please be aware of the price increase beginning September 1st.

 

Business Booth Application

 

Arts & Crafts Booth Application

New Lilla P at Stella Rose

New Lilla P

Classic Scoop Tank $44 (available in black & stucco)

 

Classic L/S Open Cardigan $84 (available in black & stucco)

 

Cotton/Modal Sweater, Half Sleeve, Oversized Cowl Neck $136

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Volunteer Football Coached Needed at SBCR

South Bryan County Recreation is still needing volunteer football coaches for their In-House League!!!! Please contact them at 912-756-4075 if interested in coaching this upcoming football season.

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