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Community Connections

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December 14th
9:00 AM-6:00 PM

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Holiday Heroes Toy Drive Benefiting SAFE Shelter

Join the stations of Dick Broadcasting including Bob 106.9, Rock 106.1, G100Savannah, HOT 98.3 Savannah, Rewind 107.9 and The Island as we broadcast live and collect your donations at the Walmart Pooler on Saturday, December 14 from 9 am - 6 pm! The Pooler Fire Department is letting us fill a firetruck on-site all day to help out families in need around the area.

Drop off a toy early at any GA Heritage Federal Credit Union location or the Pooler FD Headquarters located at 1093 S Rogers St, Pooler, GA 31322! In benefit of SAFE Shelter, Center for Domestic Violence Services, Inc.!

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December 31st - January 1st
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Up the Cup

New Years Eve Up The Cup Countdown in SavannahRing in the New Year Savannah-Style on the historic River Street! Celebrate the end of the year with the 6th Annual Up the Cup Countdown! The celebration will take place on Rousakis Riverfront Plaza Tuesday, December 31, 2019 from about 8 p.m.-midnight. Countdown the final seconds of 2019 as we raise (not drop) a six-foot to-go cup to the New Year! The “Up the Cup” countdown will start right before midnight followed by a firework display to officially ring in 2020!

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January 11th
8:00 AM-11:00 AM

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Frosty 5k 2020

Project SEARCH is a high school transition to work program for students with disabilities that takes place entirely at the workplace (Effingham Health System). The goal for each student in this program is competitive employment. The program provides real life work experiences combined with training in employability and independent living skills to help young adults with significant disabilities make successful transitions from school to productive adult life. 

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January 18th
6:00 PM-10:00 PM

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Dining in the Dark

Dining in the Dark is a rare and unique sensory experience that you will never forget. Guests enter the Embassy Suite’s beautiful dining area in two phases. First, a blackout chamber allows your eyes to adjust to complete darkness, then you will be escorted to your table by your SWAT guide. Once at your table, your senses will begin their journey that will take you to a new and heightened appreciation of smell, taste, sound, and touch. Dining is a great way for friends, families, and companies to enjoy a unique night of fun while supporting Savannah Center for Blind and Low Vision.