🌱 Gateway terminals handle first box + Big Savannah Toy Drive

🌱 Gateway terminals handle first box + Big Savannah Toy Drive

Good Tuesday, Savannah! I’m Kayla Harrison and I want to be your new source for all events, news and general events in your city. Here’s everything you need to know today in five minutes or less.


First today’s weather:

Sun followed by some clouds. High: 58 Low: 45.


Here are the top three stories in Savannah today:

  1. Gateway Terminals handled the first container that was moved under the direction of Gateway in Savannah. The chairman of Gateway Terminals noted that this was “an exciting opportunity … to bring together three major companies and a top-class ISA operation into a world-class team.” (All On Georgia)
  2. The Big Savannah Toy Drive ended with a finale event for the Coastal Children’s Advocacy Center. Old Savannah Tours provided a cart for the event that picked up the donated gifts and dropped them off at The Eichholz Law Firm. Mayor Van Johnson gave a champagne toast and shared his appreciation of those who contributed to the ride. (Savannah Business Journal)
  3. The American Vocal Traditions competition in Savannah was announced on the 21st-25th. February 2022. The competition has attracted talent from all over the country, and it awards cash prizes totaling $ 35K. (Broadway World)

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  • Visiting Savannah takes a look back in time. In 1883, The Hamilton-Turner Inn became the first home in Savannah with electricity! (Instagram)
  • Treylor Park has a catering service available. To see their catering menu or ask for advice on your next event, email them at Catering@TreylorPark.com! (Instagram)
  • Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia is happy to share it Harris Teeter has launched their Backpack Boosters Round Up campaign to help provide nutritious meals and school supplies to needy children. Now through January 25, customers are encouraged to round up their transaction to the nearest whole dollar to support this effort. (Facebook)

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That was it for today. See you all tomorrow early for another update!

Kayla Harrison

About me: Kayla Harrison is a Writing Arts professor and freelance writer for the content creation agency Lightning Media Partners. In her spare time, you can find her listening to podcasts, writing poetry and visiting local coffee shops.

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