Two students at Effingham County High School recently won third place in the Jimmy Carter post card contest co-sponsored by the Peanut Institute, the National Peanut Board and the Jimmy Carter NHS Education Program.
Central Learning Center recently hosted Grandparents' Day. Approximately 160 grandparents were hosted on campus. The grandparents met and enjoyed refreshments before going to their grandchild(ren)'s classes to enjoy activities with them.
Rick Seagroves, Cubmaster of Pack 295 presided over a full house at a meeting of Cub Scouts. More than 100 people were packed inside the clubhouse at Camp K.T. Wallace outside of Guyton as parents and scouts prepared for another year of scouting. There were 33 new cubs signed up at the last meeting. "With the number of boys signing up, we're going to be needing some new leaders to step up and help," Seagroves said. At the last meeting, several scouts received patches and other awards they earned over the summer and after getting assigned to dens ...
SAVANNAH - Officials from Savannah Technical College (STC) and the University of South Carolina Beaufort (USCB) have inked an agreement allowing students who complete the diploma program in hotel, restaurant and tourism management at STC to transition directly into the bachelor's degree program in hospitality management at USCB.
SAVANNAH - Top officials from Liberty County and Savannah Technical College announced the arrival of commercial truck driving instruction for Liberty County. STC will provide the CDL program in a soon-to-be-constructed classroom at the old airport site on space made available to the college by the Liberty County Commission.
ATHENS - Jennifer Christine Schaffer has been selected to receive the East Georgia CAES Alumni Chapter Scholarship awarded by the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences for the 2009-10 academic year. Each year the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences awards scholarships to students totaling more than $100,000.