In order to help combat the leading cause of disease-related death in the United States among children, CURE Childhood Cancer has worked to build the proper resources that could potentially save many young lives.
When Tamra Lamb was a seventh grader at South Effingham Middle School, Karla Dean was her science teacher. Now a fifth-grade science and math teacher at Mattie Lively Elementary School in Statesboro, Lamb found out last week the Georgia Science Teachers Association had named her the 2016 Georgia Science Teacher of Promise – a top honor for young teachers.
February 17, 2017|
By Julie Lavender
for the Effingham Herald
SAVANNAH - Hospice Savannah's 9th annual lecture series explores the responsibility and role of the religious community in responding to family caregivers of loved ones who are disabled, elderly or dealing with dementia.
At the Exchange Club of Effingham County's Dec. 1 meeting, Dr. Jackie Brown (school social worker and Homeless Liaison for Effingham County Schools) spoke to the club abouther work over the last 10 years with families who were homeless or on the brink of being homeless.
With Martin Luther King, Jr. Day coming up on Monday, students all across Effingham County participated in the MLK 2017 Poster and Essay Contest, where they either designed a poster or wrote an essay about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr..
SAVANNAH - The public is warmly invited to meet beloved local watercolorist and oil painter Nancy Lebey Solana during her opening reception next Thursday Jan. 12 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the Hospice Savannah Art Gallery, 1352 Eisenhower Drive.