December 11-13 Holiday events

Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens

Hardeeville Christmas Lights:  City of Hardeeville Parks and Recreation department is having its Annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony, Saturday, December 12, 2015 at 7:00pm in front of Hardeeville City Hall immediately after the Greater Hardeeville Chamber of Commerce Christmas Night Parade. We are currently looking for choirs, psalmist, and praise dancers to perform for our annual Christmas Tree Lighting Celebration.

Josh Reddick Hit Clinic: The Oakland A’s Josh Reddick will be at his alma mater South Effingham High School on December 12th for the SEHS hitting clinic. Reddick will be joined by and numerous collegiate baseball players. Josh Reddick says on Twitter, “If you’re in Effingham, come hit and see the laser show.”

When: December 12th

Where: Mustang Field @ SEHS

Time: 10:00 – 3:00 (Please arrive 30 minutes early to sign in)

Ages: 6-12 Cost: $50 per player (Checks made payable to Mustang Diamond Club)

Lunch will be provided. Walk ups are welcome!

What to expect: The camp will stress the fundamentals of hitting. Players will rotate in smaller groups for more individualized instruction. The Mustang Baseball coaching staff will work hard to see that each young man leaves our camp a better hitter.

What to Bring: His own equipment, bat, batting gloves, tennis shoes in case of rain, etc. Water will be provided but campers may bring their own drinks with their name on it

Ribbon for a Reason:  As part of its ongoing Ribbons for a Reason initiative, Asbury Memorial United Methodist Church is planning a commemorative event to continue bringing awareness to the nation’s rampant gun violence problem. The Savannah church’s program, originally launched in July, has been building momentum thanks to the support of other area organizations, groups and activists committed to ending the senseless bloodshed.

Ribbons for a Reason recently gained another notable and prominent partner in Mothers Demand Action (MDA). They’ll pool their resources and come together at 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 12, to remember shooting victims who died unnecessarily, demand action from legislators to end this startling epidemic and encourage others to take up this worthy cause.

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