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  • It was our first meeting at the Knights of Columbus. DJ Spisso asked if we could open the bar. 
  • Cecilia Arango wished everyone a Happy Lunar New Year and donated some dolla bills she stole from her kids' lucky red envelopes.  Orlando Montoya taught us how to say "Happy New Year" in Vietnamese.
  • Jamie Arkins Smith gave a shout-out to those who were able to attend The Grey's fundraiser for the staff of The Green Truck since it was temporarily closed due to a kitchen fire.  **Happy to announce that it's officially open as of Feb. 14th!  Happy Valentine's Day!
  • Jenny Woodruff was excited to talk about the upcoming Savannah Music Festival starting March 28 - April 13. Tickets are available online now!  In addition, on March 9th, explore music and art with family and friends at this FREE event - Musical Explorers Family Jam - presented in partnership with last year's annual service partner, Loop It Up Savannah, and 21st Century Community Learning Centers - Savannah.  The concert starts at 11 AM and 1:30 PM.
  • Lee Perry announced that he hates the Patriots.  Go 49ers!
  • Julie Wade thanked Josh and Whitney Shephard Yates for helping non-profits while cleaning out their kitchen at The Green Truck.  
  • Whitney Shephard wants to thank Savannah for all the love and support!  
  • Bea Saba wants you to know that Live Oak Public Libraries is presenting Amazing Stories by Award-Winning Authors on Sat, Feb. 16th!  Jessica Kensky & Patrick Downes, survivors of the Boston Marathon, will be at Southwest Chatham Library at 2:00  PM and will present an engaging program about overcoming adversity.  Kwame Alexander & Randy Preston will be at the Bull Street Library at 2:30 PM and will present moving stories and beautiful photography from Ghana. These events are for all ages and are free and open to the public.