In an effort to provide education for hearty hearts during Heart Month, The Savannah (GA) Chapter, The Links, Incorporated, sponsored a movie night at the African American Information Center in Savannah on Thursday, February 27, 2020. Prior to the movie, Dr Roy Flood, a cardiologist spoke to attendees about how to have healthy lifestyles to protect their hearts and attendees were able to ask questions.
The New Beginning Art Exhibition celebrated 19 years in the visual arts competition in a partnership between the Savannah (GA) Chapter, The Links, Incorporated, the Savannah Black Heritage Festival, the City of Savannah and the Savannah Chatham Public School System. The chapter applauds the art teachers in the school district who led students in the design and execution of art work as their contribution to the success of New Beginning.
New Beginning was held Thursday, February 20, 2020, in the Ben Tucker Theater in the Savannah Cultural Arts Center. Savannah Mayor Van R. Johnson, II, was on hand to congratulate the students, teachers and parents for their hard work and dedication to the creative success of this juried competition. Links chapter President Angela Young presented the awards. The jury panel was made up of art educators and professional artists from throughout the Savannah area.
Members of Links F.A.-Me (Fabulous Active Me) participated in the 31st Annual Savannah Black Heritage Festival on Saturday, Febuaruary 8, 2020. The young ladies had a vendor booth during Grand Festival Day. Over a period of months they worked tirelessly to prepare earrings, bow ties, lapel pins and other African themed merchandise to sell at the festival.
The young ladies were there to explain prices and they helped customers make purchasing decisions.