The 2007 Biennial Richmond Hill Holiday Tour of Homes and Tea
will be held on Sunday, December 2nd, from 1 to 5 PM. The tour benefits our community through the following organizations; The Richmond Hill Garden Club, The Historical Society, Friends of the Library and the St. Anne’s Women’s Council.
Commencing with the tea at the St. Anne’s Catholic Church, the tour features five privately owned homes, the Bryan Neck Presbyterian Church and the Richmond Hill Museum.
Advance purchase tickets for the tour and tea are $20.00, and will be available for $25.00 on the day of the tour. They can be purchased at the Richmond Hill Museum located on Hwy 144 and Timber Trail.
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Maps are printed on the ticket, as this is a self-guided tour. You can visit the tour sites in any order. Directional signs and balloons will help in locating each site.
Please join us this holiday season!
Monday, November 5, 2007
Thursday, October 18, 2007
Three Saturdays a month, ballroom dancing is offered in Richmond Hill at Life Moves Dance Studio at the Sawmill Shopping Center on Hwy 144. The first hour is spent on a lesson. Usually, lessons are scheduled from 7-8PM, and the dance takes place from 8-10:30PM. The lesson traditionally includes two new dances and the dance is spent practicing what you've learned. This was a lot of fun some time ago and the group had a ball learning moves that are rarely performed.
The studio does charge $10 per person for the use of the studio--and for the amount of fun and time spent dancing, is a real bargain! I hope that you can make it out for some good company, music, and some really good dancing. For more information on times and lessons, call David or Hanna at (912)596-6810, or you can check out their website www.simply-dance.us
Thursday, June 28, 2007
Wednesday, June 27, 2007
Here is an extensive list of my preferred professional contacts, with whom I regularly do business and whom I can recommend to you with confidence.
Clay Sapenfield (912) 658-8333
Marti Giambruno (912) 727-4524
"Schneider's Cleaning Services" (912) 756-8292
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Bryan Exterminating (912) 756-3718
Economic (912) 355-4066
Blue Diamond (912) 920-4733
Anytime Termite (912) 727-5572
Overhead Doors (912) 964-8459
Steve Jackson (912) 572-7905
Mike’s Lawn Service (912) 756-5823
"Kim Nails" (912) 920-935
Al Singleton (912) 256-7622
Ira Wells (912) 727-3730
Georgia Power Wash (912) 756-8980
Septic Tank Service
Bobby Parker (912) 727-2421
Savannah Blind & Shutter (912) 271-7598 Read more!
Wednesday, May 16, 2007
On April 28th, the Booster Club for the Richmond Hill Sailing Club sponsored a fundraiser at the Outrigger Restaurant at Kilkenny Marina here in Richmond Hill. The event included a sailing exhibition by the club, as well as a dinner and was a great opportunity to show how we can support the growth of the sailing club, which operates under the The Savannah Sailing Center.
As we are fortunate to be so close to such beautiful water, it was also a wonderful way to use one of our best local resources, while encouraging future participants in the club to learn more about sailing here in Coastal Georgia. Click on "Read More!" for more pictures, as well as information on how you can lend your support to the Savannah Sailing Center.
The Savannah Sailing Center is a non-profit corporation and donations are always accepted to fund scholarships for underprivileged children.
Donations for the Savannah Sailing Center can be sent to
P.O. Box 9524
Savannah, GA 31412
For more information, you can check out their website at www.savannahsailingcenter.org or the following contact info:
Phone (912) 231-9996
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Monday, April 30, 2007
My youngest daughter, Nina, recently gave birth to a lovely baby girl, Maria Isabella. This is the first baby for Nina and her husband, Russell--as well as the first for any of my daughters--and I couldn't be happier! Take a closer look at Isabella by clicking on the "Read More!" link...
She's happy, healthy and has her mother's dark hair. Too cute! Read more!
Thursday, April 5, 2007
Last Sunday, I took a boat ride from my dock out to the Tivoli River. I was accompanied by my daughter Heidi, her husband Jamie, and his friend Mark. Since the tide was coming in, we knew we had plenty of time to get in and out. We took a ride, checking out home sites, birds and all the beautiful sites on the river then headed to have dinner at the Crab House on the Sunbury Channel. One of the things I love most about taking out my boat is knowing that I can tie up at the dock and get a good meal just down the river. There is also the Shrimp Docks restaurant on Sunbury as well, alas, it's not open on Sunday. It's wonderful to have access to something so special, so unique to this area. Dinner just a boat ride away!!!
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