Three Richmond Hill dogs represented their hometown well Dec. 2-5 during the 2010 Savannah and Beaufort Kennel Club Annual Dog Show held at the Coastal Empire Fair Grounds in Savannah.
On a drizzly, dreary, mid-December day, a group of women enthusiastically oversee a fundraiser bake sale outside of the Richmond Hill Food Lion.
At their regular meeting on Dec. 16, Rotary Club members and seniors from the Richmond Hill Senior Center were treated a dance performance by Life Moves Dance Studio. The performance was a preview for the studio's 2010 holiday production, "Scrooge," which took place on Dec. 19.
Dec. 22: Common Threads - Join the Richmond Hill Public Library's Common Threads group at 10 a.m. to learn to knit or crochet, or improve upon your skills, and create items for charity in the process. Donate your finished pieces to Project Linus or Warm Up America, which accept blankets and hats for the needy. For more information, call 756-3580.
We all have that family member-an aunt, a grandparent, or maybe even our own mother or father-who loves to break out old scrapbooks and photo albums at family gatherings.
Jennifer Franks is admissions director at Magnolia Manor:
Dec. 16: Reading to Nero - If your child is having trouble reading out loud, or would just like to improve their reading skills, bring them to the Richmond Hill Public Library from 4-5 p.m. to read to Nero, a trained therapy dog who will listen without correcting or embarrassing them. To learn more, call 756-3580.
The house at 135 James Dunham Parkway in Richmond Hill lights up the sky with Christmas decorations that move in time with the music when visitors turn their car radio dial to 107.1FM. The house is a model home for Homes of Integrity Construction Co., and vice president Meagan Mowry said the decorations are the company's holiday gift to Richmond Hill. The house is lit nightly from 6 to 9:30 p.m. until Dec. 31.
During the holiday season, when we reflect on our blessings, often we think of how we can help those in need.
Bonnie Proctor, customer service representative for the THA Group, Island Home Health Care and Island Hospice, takes on the questionnaire this week:
Dec. 8: Silent Auction - Richmond Hill Public Library's Common Threads group hosts a silent auction of unique handmade items. Stop by the library to place your bids and learn more. Auction ends at noon on Dec. 13. All proceeds benefit American Cancer Society / Relay for Life Richmond Hill.
Richmond Hill Recreation Association, our city's own youth sports non-profit, has undergone some exciting new changes in the past few months.
Maike George, assistant manager of the Richmond Hill Public Library, was asked to complete this week's questionnaire:
Dec. 1: Small works art show - Arts on the Coast sponsors this show, on display now throughout December inside What's the Scoop Cafe, featuring small works of art by local artists. All of the art is on sale for under $150, and includes originals or prints of paintings, photog raphs, mixed media works and more. Stop by to take a look and purchase a unique Christmas gift.
The uniquely compelling "Ford era" of Richmond Hill's history is a significant fiber in the tapestry of our community.
Life in Bryan County is full of community events and interesting people, but those who just need to get away from life's hustle and bustle and enjoy some quiet time in nature are in luck. The Ogeechee River is just the place for peace and relaxation, and local organization Ogeechee Riverkeeper is keeping watch to make sure it remains so.
The Richmond Hill City Center hosted High Tea on the Hill for ladies of the community on Feb. 18 to benefit Pay It Forward Foundation of Bryan County, which is headed by Dana Lewis and helps the less fortunate. The event featured hot tea, soup, quiche, sandwiches, fruit, yogurt, scones and a variety of desserts. Hollie Moore Barnidge brought her camera along to document the event.
Feb. 26-March 5: Have fun and get fit - from 10:30 a.m.-noon every Tuesday and Thursday at the South Bryan Recreation Department Gym on Timber Trail.
A large pine tree in front of the Richmond Hill Public Library currently is wrapped in colorful swathes of knitted fabric - the subject of a recent "yarn-bombing" by the Common Threads knitting group. Leaders of the group said the bombing was meant to bring recognition to Common Threads and to let everyone involved have a little creative fun.
Saturday's Richmond Hill Rotary Club fundraising party featuring the Abba Girlz has been called a success and inspired area residents to pay tribute to the 1970s-80s with how they dressed. Rachael Hartman was on hand with her camera.
Feb. 24, 26, 26: SBCR Get Fit and Have Fun - From 10:30 a.m.-noon every Tuesday and Thursday, Get Fit and Have Fun at the Rec Gym on Timber Trail.
Feb. 12, 17 and 19: SBCR Get Fit and Have Fun - Every Tuesday and Thursday from 10:30 a.m.-noon, Get Fit and Have Fun at the Rec Gym on Timber Trail.
Rachael Hartman took her camera to the Richmond Hill High School Talent Show to capture some of the faces in the audience:
Aerial intelligence is here to stay, according to Kevan Stone, a Richmond Hill resident who works with Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) as a military contractor.
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