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AMIkids Savannah River
Since 2001, AMIkids Savannah River has been dedicated to helping kids discover the potential within them, transform their lives and strengthen our community. Located in Sylvania, Georgia, AMIkids Savannah River empowers our kids through care and guidance to reach that potential and, as a result, break the cycle of failure and poverty.
After closing in 2012, we re-opened in 2015 and continue to serve kids involved in child welfare and foster care, providing them a safe and positive environment to overcome their challenges and open a world of opportunity for them.
Even kids with a troubled past have the potential to achieve a bright future, and AMIkids Savannah River works every day to separate their troubled past from a bright future.
With your support, we can change the lives of our community’s kids and impact generations to come.
Black Creek Scout Reservation is Scouting’s newest premier Boy Scout Summer camp!
The Brier Creek Chapter serves Screven County and surrounding counties. Our members, both dual and primary, reside in a fairly wide geographical area. Our main focus is upon Screven County which is the location of the Battle of Brier Creek. Our meetings are held on the first Thursday of each month at R&D’s Restaurant (1176 Burton’s Ferry Hwy. Sylvania, Georgia) at 7pm. For additional information please contact E. Lee Smith, President, at email@example.com, 912-682-0851 or Dess Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org, (478) 299-1039. Please visit us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/BrierCreekSAR/ Our newsletter is done each month by Dess Smith, and emailed out to those who wish to receive it.
Our chapter’s primary current focus is trying to save and protect the site of the Battle of Brier Creek, located in Screven County. It is in danger of loss due to the lack of protection. We strive to honor and protect the site of the final resting place of close to 200 of our Nation’s first Patriots.