Students from South Effingham High School will be joining thousands of other youth on athletic fields all across America on Wednesday to share their Christian faith with fellow students during the 6th Annual "Fields of Faith" event.
Marine Corps Pvt. William Dean Pittman graduated from basic military training at Parris Island, S.C., on Sept. 18. Pittman completed an intensive, 12-week training program that included military discipline and physical fitness.
Amy Greene, founder and developer for elocalyp.com, speaks to the Effingham Women in Business about her new company. Elocal provides local businesses with an online presence in searches. Whether you are a new or established business, a church or organization, this is an opportunity to have your group found by residents and visitors alike. Contact Greene at email@example.com.
Travis C. Miller has entered basic cadet training at the U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colo., in preparation to enter the first academic year at the academy. The six-week, two-phased orientation program must be successfully completed by the cadets prior to entering their freshman year. The training prepares men and women to meet the rigorous mental and physical challenges experienced by new cadets.
Rev. Lloyd Dees of Effingham County has been named the chairman of the Coastal Regional Commission's Area Agency on Aging. Rev. Dees' post is a two-year term. At the April 28 first quarterly meeting of the AAA, director Dionne Lovett discussed the outcome of three General Assembly bills that affect Georgia seniors. Two passed and another will take additional advocacy efforts for the next session.
Before an audience that filled nearly every available seat in the Effingham County Recreation and Parks Department Gymnasium, Effingham Community Orchestra presented its "The Americans" concert May 3. The concert featured several patriotic pieces and included many other selections, all by American composers.
He goes by Father Martino, in homage to St. Martin de Porres, who dedicated his life to working with the poor and seeking harmony. The Rev. Nguyen Thong Ba, in reality, is a Vietnamese immigrant who offered his never-ending gratitude for the American servicemembers who fought and died in his homeland decades ago.