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Coastal Empire Senior Overnight Trip: “Candlelight Apparitions” at Macon’s Cannonball House

The holiday season offers some pretty wonderful day trips and overnight trips for active Coastal Georgia seniors. On November 9th, Macon opens their historic Cannonball House for a special “Candlelight Apparitions” event. The historic home is lit by candlelight, and tours are led by some of Macon’s leading citizens (of the 19th century!). This event will […]

Coastal Georgia Seniors Visit the SCAD Museum for Beautiful Southern Portraits

SCAD Savannah Senior Citizen tour

Coastal Georgia Senior citizens well know there was a time, a very long time, when each Coastal Georgia town had its own unique character. It’s no secret that we’re turning into one big Wal-Mart, McDonald’s, Starbucks complex like the rest of the country. Sometimes it takes an outsider to remind us what is unique and […]

Coastal Georgia Seniors Facing Meals on Wheels Cutbacks – You CAN Help!

Meals on Wheels Savannah - Meals on Wheels Coastal Georgia Seniors

Many Coastal Empire Seniors benefit from the Meals on Wheels program. Congress is reducing funding for Meals on Wheels as part of sequestration cuts. Almost $80,000 has been cut from SCI’s local Meals on Wheels program – a devastating loss of over 14% of federal and state funding in the past year. This is affecting our Coastal Georgia […]

Mary Kay Andrews National Book Launch October 15th

Savannah’s own Mary Kay Andrews will be having a book launch event for her new novel “Christmas Bliss”. The event is presented by The Learning Center of Senior Citizens Inc. Savannah. This will be a wonderful opportunity for Mary Kay Andrews fans to get up close and personal with the celebrated Savannah author. The event […]

Savannah Seniors- See History Come Alive at the Davenport House Museum

Each weekend in October, costumed actors at the Davenport House Museum will bring to life the story of Savannah’s Yellow Fever Epidemic of 1820 for Coastal Empire Seniors. Coastal Empire Senior Citizens who visit the living history performances at Savannah’s Davenport House Museum experience the story of yellow fever’s dreadful consequences. In 1820, Yellow Fever transformed the […]