Joshua N. Bradley, 18, of Richmond Hill, has earned the highest advancement award the Boy Scouts of America offers to Scouts, the Eagle Scout Award.
Dr. George Washington Carver was a scientist, educator and inventor best known for his work with peanuts.
Area youth were invited to sample adventures at the recent Outdoor Adventure Day at the Richmond Hill Fish Hatchery.
Oct. 6: Historical Society meeting – Civil War historian Talley Kirkland will be the guest speaker at the Richmond Hill Historical Society's October meeting, which will take place at the museum at 7 p.m. Meetings are free and open to the public. Please call 756-3697 for details or directions.
There's a bright new addition to the children's section of Richmond Hill Public Library.
Brenda Garrett, site manager of the Richmond Hill Senior Center, got to face this week's questions:
Sept. 29: Urgent Care Second Anniversary – Visit Richmond Hill's Urgent Care facility (60 Exchange St., Suite B-7) to help them celebrate their second anniversary with food, tours and giveaways, including an iPad 2 and dinner for two at Marker 107. You must be present to win prizes. Anniversary celebration is free and open to the public, and will take place from 5-7 p.m.
Last Wednesday, fifth-graders at George Washington Carver Elementary school experienced hands-on learning with a traveling exhibit.
Amy Blocker, a fifth grade teacher at G.W. Carver Elementary School, answers this week's questions:
Sept 23: Jazz in the Park – Head over to Savannah's Forsyth Park from 7-11 p.m. for an evening of free, outdoor jazz sponsored by the Savannah Jazz Festival. Take in the sounds of Huxie Scott & Friends, Stan Killian Quartet and UNF Band with Allan Harris. For details, visit www.savannahjazzfestival.org.
American Post 27 in Richmond Hill recently elected new officers for 2012, according to post Commander Bill Helms.
The author Loren Eiseley once wrote a story about a man who liked to write at the beach.
Don Roberts, a social studies teacher at Richmond Hill High School, got to answer the questions this week:
Sept. 15: Care Packages for Troops – In honor of National Assisted Living Week, the residents Magnolia Manor invite the citizens of Richmond Hill to join them in collecting items for and assembling care packages to send to soldiers overseas. Enjoy coffee, cookies, crafts and conversation as you work with seniors for this charitable cause. Event begins at 3 p.m. at Magnolia Manor. For a complete list of items needed, visit www.give2thetroops.org or call Kelly Wood at 756-4300, extension 102.
In the early years of the Cold War, the CIA and the British Secret Intelligence Service came up with a plan to tap into Soviet military communication.
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.
Get Lou Gambill, owner of My Grandfather's Place Family Barber Salon in Richmond Hill, to start talking and he's happy to have an audience to listen as he delves into his grandfather's world - a world full of Italian culture and barbering at Baltimore Harbor in the early to mid-1900s.
Auditions for the Richmond Hill Community Theatre production of "The Wizard of Oz," which will be performed May 1 and 2, were last weekend. Here are three people who sought parts:
Feb. 5: Mobile food pantry - The United Way will have its mobile-food pantry for emergency food relief from 10 a.m.-noon at J.F. Gregory Park.
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