EVENTS

Music & Mules

Music & Mules

MUSIC & MULES Date: March 8, 2018 Location: Ghost Coast Distillery 641 Indian Street, Savannah Time: 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Tickets: Free for a donation - suggested donation $10 Ghost Coast Distillery will be hosting the Two Hundred Club of the Coastal...

2018 Savannah Mile

2018 Savannah Mile

2018 Savannah Mile Date: Saturday, May 26, 2018 Start: South End of Forsyth Park on Drayton Finish: Broughton Street on Drayton First Heat: 8:00 a.m. Registration begins January 1, 2018.  Six unique heats to fit every individual’s level. Heat A: 8:00...

2018 RED WHITE & BLUE BASEBALL EVENING

2018 RED WHITE & BLUE BASEBALL EVENING

2018 RED WHITE & BLUE BASEBALL EVENING Date: Friday, June 1, 2018 Location: Grayson Stadium Address: 1401 E. Victory Drive Time: 5:00 p.m. Fire/EMS vs Law Enforcement Softball Demonstration Game 7:00 p.m. Savannah Bananas vs Florence Red Wolves...

2018 Red, White & Blue BBQ

2018 Red, White & Blue BBQ

Whole Fully Smoked Boston Butts  Cost: $25 per whole fully smoked Boston butt We will be selling whole fully smoked Boston Butts on a pre-order bases. Pick up will be within the Historic District (location TBD). Most of the whole Boston Butts will be...

“On behalf of the Mayor, Council and staff of the City of Hardeeville I would like to extend my sincere thanks and appreciation to you and all of the members of the Two Hundred Club for your outpouring of love and generosity to the family of Cpl. Mark Jones.  The men and woman that wear the uniform of the police and fire departments throughout the nation put their lives on the line to protect and serve the communities they work in. They do what many cannot. They give what most would not. They ask for nothing when we would ask for everything. They deserve more than any of us could ever give in return.  The Two Hundred Club stands as a beacon of hope and support in dark times for the public safety community. Your club has stepped up to the plate and made a commitment to the men and women that protect us with their very lives each day. I know first hand what your club is doing for Deanna and Mark’s children. I know you give not to be recognized or applauded. You give because you care and that means more than you will ever know.  As I stood numb by the graveside service, listening to the echo of the twenty-one gun salute, fixated on the final notes of Amazing Grace played by the bagpipes, I wondered quietly who would be there for Mark’s family when time had passed but the pain had not? It was then that I was reassured that God would be there. He has made His provision real to Mark’s family and to his friends here at the City by the show of love and support by your club.  For that we are eternally grateful. I pray that the Lord will bless the efforts of your club and the families that you support on His behalf. Thank you and God bless you all.”

R. SHANE HAYNES, CITY ADMINISTRATOR

“On behalf of the Jekyll Island Fire Department Emergency Volunteers, I would like to thank you for the rapid response that you gave us in our request for assistance for Captain Perry Rhoden of the Jekyll Island Fire Department. Never did I dream that an organization could come to the aid of a fallen brother so quickly. I anticipated that if anything could be done, that it would be months down the road, not just a couple of days. It is great to know that your organization exists to assist those who have dedicated their careers and given their lives to Public Safety. I made an announcement about your quick response to Captain Rhoden’s needs at the Georgia Firefighters Association and Georgia Association of Fire Chiefs annual convention held here on Jekyll Island in August. Perry returned home on August 26. Sadly, his physician has informed him that he would not be able to come back to his old job. Again, thank you from the bottom of our hearts for the quick assistance you have rendered to our comrade. We cannot sing your praises enough. Little did we think when we joined the 200 Club that one of our own would need your help. We will be increasing our membership level next year.”

DAN SIMPSON, PRESIDENT / CHIEF, JEKYLL ISLAND FIRE DEPARTMENT EMERGENCY VOLUNTEERS, INC.