Water and Sewer service / outages Hot off the JWSC website

Water and Sewer service / outages Hot off the JWSC website http://www.bgjwsc.org/outage/

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Food and storm clean up help

If you need help or food, two groups are helping and feeding in Brunswick across Gloucester St. from the City Fire Station. Broken Shackle Ranch from Washington County, Ga., is cooking chicken fajitas! and offering food to anyone who needs it. American Patriots 3 is also there standing by to assist anyone who needs help…

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Atlanta – The Georgia Department of Insurance will host a Catastrophe Claims Village in Glynn County on Monday, Sept. 18, and Tuesday, Sept. 19. The purpose of the event will be to assist area residents with their insurance questions and claims resulting from Hurricane Irma. “Thousands of residents have suffered tremendous losses, and we are…

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College of Coastal Georgia Announces Postponement in the Opening of Residence Halls

BRUNSWICK, Ga., Sept. 14, 2017 – Based on new information from the Brunswick-Glynn County Joint Water and Sewer Commission, the College of Coastal Georgia has decided to postpone the re-opening of its residence halls until Sunday, Sept. 17 beginning at 8 a.m. “We learned earlier today that Brunswick and Glynn County’s infrastructure is not yet…

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SGHS Auxiliary presents scholarships

The Southeast Georgia Health System Brunswick Auxiliary presented $1,000 scholarship awards to three graduating seniors who have served as Volunteens at the Health System and are planning to pursue a degree in the health care field. Scholarship winners are Bernadette Ebri and Jenny Kim of Brunswick, and Nicole Trammell of Hortense, Ga. The Volunteens receive…

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Memory Matters receives ECW grant

Memory Matters (formerly Alzheimer’s of Glynn) received a $2,500 grant from the Christ Church Frederica Episcopal Church Women. The grant will help start a Memory Café at Memory Matters. The Memory Café will allow caregivers to leave their loved one for a short time to attend a meeting or appointment where they know they will…

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Fourteen Black Men of Glynn, Inc. Contributes to CCGA Boys, Girls of Summer Programs

The Fourteen Black Men of Glynn, Inc. have donated $5,000 to the College of Coastal Georgia’s Minority Outreach Program to support its Boys of Summer program. The monies will improve instruction and curriculum for the summer enrichment program. “We are very grateful for this contribution, which will not only facilitate our work here immeasurably but…

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Katz-Whittle Foundation recognizes Golden Rule Award students

 The Katz-Helen and Ray Whittle, Jr. Foundation and the Glynn County School System recently honored students who were selected as Golden Rule Character Award winners during the school year.  Front row from left: Golden Rule Character Award winners Carrissa Dart, Janna Jobe, Ansley Jones, Antonio Vazquaez-Herrera, Katherine Diestel. Middle row from left: Daisy Button, Patricia Morten,…

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Literary Guild, Libraries, volunteers thank Bruce Rumage

Board members of the Literary Guild of St. Simons Island and Friends of the Brunswick / Glynn Public Library along with volunteers who worked the book sales over the years recently bid farewell to Bruce and Page Rumage as they prepare to leave St. Simons Island. Bruce was presented with a citation thanking him for…

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Kiwanis awards essay contest scholarships

Winners of the Kiwanis Club of Brunswick essay contest were awarded scholarships at a recent meeting. Scholarships go toward the students’ first year in college. This year’s winners, all from Glynn Academy, are Olivia Daniel, Ben Stalvey, Allie Tuttle, and Jenny Kim. From left: John, Laura and Olivia Daniel; Ben and Rex Stalvey; Bonnie and…

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    Flight leaves from Brunswick Golden Isles airport

    Flight leaves from Brunswick Golden Isles airport

    The Coastal Georgia Honor Flight has been established to honor our community’s veterans for all of their sacrifices. Our mission is to fly heroes via private, chartered airliner, from Coastal Georgia (Camden, Glynn, McIntosh counties and others as space is available), to Washington, D.C. so that they may reflect at their national memorial. Priority is given to World War II veterans then Korean and Vietnam War survivors. Veterans who are terminally ill, from any conflict, get top priority. Our heroes will travel absolutely free.  Appropriate medical staff accompany each flight, so no veteran is turned away due to medical concerns if at all possible. 


    In 2017, our goal is “fill the flight” with 90 veterans getting the trip of a lifetime.  Our ability to take our heroes on this special trip depends entirely on the generosity of you and others in our community, both businesses and individuals. Please visit our web site to donate, volunteer or apply as a veteran to take the trip.  www.coastalgeorgiahonorflight.org.


    Sites visited during the one day trip include the World War II, Korean and Vietnam Memorials, the Lincoln Memorial, Arlington National Cemetery, including the famous Changing of the Guard Ceremony, the Marine Corps (Iwo Jima), Air Force and Navy Memorials as time permits.


    We are an affiliate of the national Honor Flight Network, which provides us with technical and travel support and helps arrange activities in Washington D.C.

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