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ISLAND HOPPING – September 23, 2022

WHO NEW?
WHAT: New Neighbors
WHEN: Visit www.landingsnewneighbors.com to see our calendar  
CONTACT: Visit our website or contact Jody at nnnewmember@gmail.com
WHAT ELSE: The club offers more than 250 different activities from biking, golf, pickleball, walking groups or fishing to Mahjong, Bridge, Needle-arts and Canasta. We have exciting military tours and special events for you to enjoy right here on Skidaway Island.


GOTTA LOVE IT
WHAT: Landlovers membership / open to all Skidaway Islanders
HOW MUCH: Each $30 membership fee covers one household of one or two adults.
CONTACT: Vicki Knapp at landloversmembership@gmail.com or visit www.landingslandlovers.com for more information.
WHAT ELSE: The membership year runs from September 1 through August 31. Landlovers is a philanthropic and social organization dedicated to enriching the Landings community and Skidaway Island at large. Landlovers sponsors year-round social activities and fundraising events to support student scholarships and multiple non-profit service organizations.

POWER PLANTS
WHAT:
P.E.O. Chapter BB Plant Sale
WHEN: Accepting orders from Sep. 1 thru Oct. 6. Order pick-up on Oct.18; A-L 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. and M-Z 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.
WHERE: St. Peters Episcopal Church, 3 West Ridge Road
HOW MUCH: Pricing varies on the order form
CONTACT: Jacqy Soderberg at jacqy@aol.com
WHAT ELSE: P.E.O. is a philanthropic education organization that raises funds for scholarships and loans for women in higher education.

PORCELAIN PERFECTION
WHAT:
Exhibit of the work of Phyllis Aaron
WHEN: Sep. 1 through Sep. 30; Reception Sep. 11 from 2 to 4 p.m.
WHERE: JEA Art Gallery, 5111 Abercorn St.
HOW MUCH: Free and open to the public
CONTACT: Vicky Lunick 912.355.8111
WHAT ELSE: Aaron began working with clay when her two sons started school. She has taken many art courses over the past 20 years and, with her husband’s support, she created a home studio to continue her work.

NUTS TO YOU
WHAT: PEO Chapter AS annual pecan sale
WHEN: Orders accepted until Oct. 14; Pickup at Skidaway Island United Methodist Church, Friday, Nov. 18, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
HOW MUCH: $12 per bag
CONTACT: Tess Krisch, 639.533.5066, or Salli White, 912.598.4654
WHAT ELSE: These attractively wrapped pecan delicacies come in a variety of delicious flavors and make perfect gifts. This is our main fundraiser for the year, to benefit P.E.O.’s scholarship and loan funds for women seeking undergraduate and post-graduate degrees at accredited national and international institutions.


PEACE IN OUR TIME
WHAT: Savannah Day of Peace
WHEN: Sunday, Sep. 25, 12 noon to 4 p.m.
WHERE: Daffin Park
HOW MUCH: Free
WHAT ELSE: Hosted by the Mediation Center of the Coastal Empire, Inc., this event offers opportunities for community members to “increase the peace” and encourage unity. Savannah Mayor Van Johnson and Savannah City Council members will lead a Peace Parade, and the City of Savannah’s new Peace Proclamation will be on display. There will also be Courageous Conversation Circles designed to encourage deeper dialogue to promote peacebuilding, a wellness area for mental health, and a youth artists’ corner.


STITCHIN’ TIME
WHAT: Landlovers Stitch and Bead
WHEN: Tuesdays, Sep. Sep. 27, 2 – 4 p.m.
WHERE: in member’s homes (announced by email)
HOW MUCH: Free for Landlovers members
CONTACT: Leslie Mathews, lmathews50@gmail.com
WHAT ELSE: We welcome crafters working on any type of needle projects, from knitting to needlepoint, beading, felting, crewel and cross stitch.  Landlovers membership is required. Contact to be added to our email list.

PROJECTED RESULTS
WHAT:
Ladies On The Right (LOTR) presents “2000 Mules,” a documentary film about the 2020 election. All interested women and men are invited.
WHEN: Tuesday, Sept. 27. Social from 6:30-7p.m.;  film from 7-8:30 p.m.; discussion to follow
WHERE: The Landings Sunset Pavilion at Delegal Marina
HOW MUCH: Free. A cash bar will be available.
CONTACT: Seating is limited, so please RSVP at www.ladiesontheright.org.
WHAT ELSE: LOTR is a greater-Savannah community leadership organization whose mission is to inform, educate and inspire members to take action roles on issues that impact our community, country and lives.

LOVE IS ALL YOU NEED
WHAT: Landlovers Opening Event
WHEN: Sep. 28, 4:30 – 6:30 p.m.
WHERE: Palmetto Ballroom
WHAT ELSE: Membership year runs Sep. 1 - Aug. 31. Landlovers is a philanthropic and social organization dedicated to enriching and supporting the Skidaway Island community, open to all Skidaway Island residents. Join us for this opening event to learn more. If you are not able to attend, please visit www.landingslandlovers.com to learn more about the organization.


BRUSH WITH FAME
WHAT: The Art of Paul Michael Glaser
WHEN: Oct. 2 through 30; virtual reception in the JEA Art Gallery Oct. 9, 2 to 4 p.m.
WHERE: JEA Art Gallery, 5111 Abercorn St.
HOW MUCH: Free and open to the public
CONTACT: Vicky Lunick, 912.355.8111
WHAT ELSE: Inspired by his family’s passion for theatre, museums, fine art and symphonies, Paul Michael Glaser was encouraged to explore his creativity and artfully express himself. After earning a bachelor’s degree in theatre and English from Tulane University and a master’s degree in theatre arts from Boston University, he enjoyed a successful career in television. Since then, he has devoted much of his time to 21st Century art disciplines. Glaser enjoys expressing his art through digital painting, pencil, charcoal and painted sketches. His artwork has been featured in galleries throughout Los Angeles, on television and film, and in private collections.


CONSERVATIVELY SPEAKING
WHAT: Brent Bozell, founder and president of the Media Research Center, speaks at the Landings
WHEN: Monday, Oct. 3, at 5 p.m.
WHERE: The Landings Palmetto Club Ballroom
HOW MUCH: Admission is free
CONTACT: Melissa Emery; 912.598.1883
WHAT ELSE: Brent Bozell is one of the most outspoken and effective national leaders in the conservative movement today – featured on Fox News and Fox Business. He is a syndicated columnist, TV commentator, businessman and author of six books. Since the MRC was launched in 1987, it has grown to 650,000 members nationwide. All attendees must register for the event at www.eventbrite.com/e/394354343457. A cash bar will be available, and complimentary appetizers will be served.


OL’ TIME RELIGION
WHAT: “In Search of Our Roots; The Abrahamic Series”
WHEN: Wednesday evenings, Oct. 5 through Nov. 2. at 6 p.m. Please make reservations a week in advance.
WHERE: Skidaway Community Church’s Liston Hall, 50 Diamond Causeway
HOW MUCH: Free
CONTACT: The church office at 912.598.0151.
WHAT ELSE: Explore the history and practices of three of the world’s most influential religions. Participants should read the story of Abraham in Genesis, chapters 12-25 prior to the class.


TAG, YOU’RE IT
WHAT: Telfair Academy Guild (TAG)
WHEN: Monday, Oct. 10; Meeting and presentation, 10:30 a.m., followed by member appreciation lunch
WHERE: Neises Auditorium, Jepson Center, 207 W. York Street
CONTACT: Laurie Milano, 914.474.4943 or lauriemilano2@gmail.com
WHAT ELSE: Erin Dunn, Telfair Museums Associate Curator, presents “Feels Like Freedom: Philip J. Hampton,” the first large-scale museum retrospective of African-American artist Philip J. Hampton (1922-2016), an influential visual arts professor and department head at Savannah State University. TAG welcomes members and their guests, along with individuals interested in joining.


FISH TALES
WHAT: Coastal Conservation Association of Skidaway October meeting
WHEN: Monday, Oct. 10, 7 p.m.
WHERE: St. Peter’s Church
CONTACT: Paulette Hamilton, 610.509.0279, or visit www.ccaskidaway.org
WHAT ELSE: The CCA Skidaway welcomes Cpt. Judy Helmey, owner of Miss Judy Charters, who will show slides of her adventures and share “fish tales” of her days on the water with her dad, Sherman “Moose” Helmey. The CCA’s October raffle prize is a half-day inshore fishing excursion with Judy or one of her captains, for the winner and a friend. The trip is valued at $400 (gratuity not included).


LANDLOVERS ON THE LINKS
WHAT: Landlovers mixed golf scramble
WHEN: Sunday, Oct. 16, 1:30 p.m.
WHERE: Palmetto
HOW MUCH: $65/person
CONTACT: Eileen Yost at eileenyrn@gmail.com
WHAT ELSE: Mark your calendar for Landlovers’ first golf scramble! Get your foursome or twosome together and we will do the rest. It will be an 18-hole scramble with dinner to follow. If you would like to invite a Landlovers member who is not a member of the club, the guest fee for golf will be an additional $40.


CHIPPING FOR CHILDREN
WHAT: L9GA Kids Café Charity Golf Tournament and Auction
WHEN: Thursday, Oct. 27, Morning Shotgun followed by Party at Palmetto
WHERE: Landings Courses TBD and Palmetto Ballroom
COST: $50 to play
CONTACT: Elsa Lindenschmidt, Lindenschmidt.ek@gmail.com
WHAT ELSE: Join us for this annual, fun charity event to raise money for Kids Café of Second Harvest of Georgia. All Landings Club golf members are welcome to play and attend the party at Palmetto after.


BIRDS AND PREY
WHAT: Skidaway Audubon presents “Raptors and Reptiles LIVE!”
WHEN: Saturday, Oct. 29, 1 p.m.
WHERE: The Landings Athletic Field, 600 Landings Way
HOW MUCH: Free
CONTACT: friendsofskidawayaudubon@gmail.com
WHAT ELSE: Get up-close looks at hawks, owls and the Georgia Southern University mascot, Freedom the bald eagle, as GSU’s Wildlife Education Center brings both of its very popular, fun and educational wildlife programs to Skidaway Island. Cameras are allowed at this family-friendly event, but pets and food are prohibited.


SEMPER FI
WHAT: Landing Marine Corps Birthday Ball
WHEN: Friday, Nov. 18; Social hour - 6 p.m., celebration - 7 p.m., followed by music and dancing
WHERE: The Landings Club Palmetto Ballroom
HOW MUCH: To be determined
CONTACT: Please call Bob Longueira at 912.598.2875 for more information
WHAT ELSE: After several years absence due to the pandemic, the Landings Marine Corps Birthday Ball is back. Invitations will be sent out toward the end of September.

WEDNESDAY WORSHIP
WHAT: Wednesday night program of praise and fellowship
WHEN: Starting in September; Meal - 5 to 6 p.m.
WHERE: St. Peter’s Episcopal Church
HOW MUCH: Adult dinners are $10; Kids 4 and older, $5; age 3 and under, free; Family maximum is $30, and a semester subscription (for an adult) is $140
CONTACT: Email frontdesk@saintpetersav.org for more information
WHAT ELSE: Activities include evening prayer, kids’ programs (Musical Adventures and more!), adult programs and groups, choir practice, and Midweek Meals.


TAXATION REPRESENTATION
WHAT: Opportunities for volunteer income tax assistance with Neighborhood Improvement Association
WHEN: starting in January, flexible hours from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
WHERE: several sites in Savannah, Pembroke, Rincon, Richmond Hill and Hinesville
CONTACT: Tiffany Carter, tcarter@niacdc.org or 912.447.5577
WHAT ELSE:  This program helps underserved communities by offering free tax preparation. No experience necessary. Volunteers include greeters/screeners and tax preparers.

SPEAK EASY
WHAT:
Savannah Speech and Hearing Center’s “Speak Easy”
WHEN: Every Friday morning from 10 to 11:30 a.m.
WHERE: Savannah Speech and Hearing Center - 5414 Skidaway Rd.
HOW MUCH: Free and open to the public
CONTACT: Jenna Harcher, 912.355.4601 or jharcher@speechandhearingsav.org
WHAT ELSE: A support group for survivors of stroke or traumatic brain injury and their family or caregivers. Participants work on improving and maintaining skills associated with speaking, listening, reading, and writing. Due to Covid-19, masks are currently required.

BE A DECENT DOCENT
WHAT: Become a historical interpreter
WHEN: Part-time – Monday thru Saturday, 10-4; or Sundays, 12 noon -4 p.m.
WHERE: The Andrew Low House Museum, 329 Abercorn St. on Lafayette Square
HOW MUCH: $9.50 per hour
CONTACT: Chris Sergi, Education and Programs Manager Andrew Low House csergi@andrewlowhouse.com or 912.233.1828 ext.102
WHAT ELSE: The Andrew Low House is searching for enthusiastic and dedicated individuals with a love of history to serve as guides and educators to represent our museum.


SHALOM
WHAT: JWOL Membership
HOW MUCH: Annual membership is $20
CONTACT: Sherri Brecker
WHAT ELSE: Mail or tube check to Sherri at 18 Cricket Court. Membership entitles each member to share in the many wonderful programs and social events JWOL offers.


ANIMAL ATTRACTION
WHAT: Call for volunteers
WHEN: Flexible hours to meet your needs and schedule, various tasks
WHERE: The Humane Society Thrift Shop, 7215 Sallie Mood Dr.
CONTACT: Volunteer coordinator, Yvonne Hemphill, 603.502.6906
WHAT ELSE: No experience necessary. All proceeds from the thrift shop go to supporting the care of the shelter’s animals.


PET PROJECT 
WHAT: Linen drive for the Humane Society of Greater Savannah
WHEN: Ongoing
WHERE: Humane Society Adoption Center, 7215 Sallie Mood Dr.
CONTACT: Call Rosemary Longueira at 598.2875 or drop donations at 22 Long Island Road, Oakridge
WHAT ELSE: Donate old towels, washcloths, pillowcases, sheets, dish towels, pet beds, and chair cushions. Please bring them to the front of the Adoption Center, not the Thrift Shop donation area.


 LOSS MITIGATION 
WHAT: Pandemic support group
WHEN: Meeting Wednesdays at 6 p.m.
WHERE: St. Peter’s Episcopal Church Library
HOW MUCH: Free
CONTACT: Suzanne at St. Peter’s, 598.7242
WHAT ELSE: Many of us have lost friends or family, and pandemic isolation has made dealing with these losses difficult. Dr. Stevens Peirsol will guide the group, offering those who would like to share and find help in processing loss.


 FRIENDS OF FRIENDS OF BILL W. 
WHAT: Al-Anon
WHEN: Mondays, 4 p.m.
WHERE: Skidaway Island United Methodist Church
WHAT ELSE: Weekly meeting for families and friends of people who are problem drinkers.


 FERAL FRIENDSHIP 
WHAT: Skidaway Cat Alliance Team
WHEN: Ongoing
WHERE: Skidaway Island and surrounding
CONTACT: skidawaycats@gmail.com or visit our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/skidawaycatallianceteam
WHAT ELSE: The Skidaway Cat Alliance Team is a group of dedicated animal lovers who provide food, population control (spay/neuter), medical care, and shelter for free-roaming cats in the Skidaway area. We have cats and kittens currently being fostered that are available to new, loving homes.


DUEL PURPOSE
WHAT: Skidaway Hamiltons meetings
WHEN: Every third Tuesday of the month, 3:30 p.m.
WHERE: Messiah Lutheran Church, Skidaway Island
HOW MUCH: Free for members of the Skidaway Hamiltons and Skidaway Abigails
CONTACT: HamiltonsMembers@gmail.com
WHAT ELSE: To learn more about Skidaway Hamiltons, a non-partisan civic-minded men’s organization, visit skidawayhamiltons.org. See the calendar for past and future speakers. 


 HOCUS POCUS! 
WHAT: Landings Magic Society
WHEN: 7 p.m., second Thursday of the month, Oct. through May
WHERE: Plantation Club card room
CONTACT: Jim Ruhl, 912.856.3948, jsruhl@gmail.com or Bill Sickels, 912.598.9123 or whsickels@gmail.com
WHAT ELSE: Anyone with an interest in magic is welcome. Every meeting is instructional, entertaining and enlightening.


 HEAR GREAT SPEAKERS 
WHAT: Kiwanis Club of Skidaway
WHEN: Thursday mornings at 7:45 a.m.
WHERE: Plantation Club
HOW MUCH: Free to attend; Breakfast - $13, Coffee only - $2.50
CONTACT: Michael Klavon, 912.306.0474 for gate pass
WHAT ELSE: Membership is open to Savannah/Chatham area residents. Visit www.kiwanisofskdaway.com for more information.


BODY AND SOUL
WHAT: Mat Pilates and Sit-Fit exercise classes at Skidaway Island United Methodist Church (SIUMC)
WHEN: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Mat Pilates, 9:15-10:10 a.m.; Sit Fit: 10:15-11:10 a.m.
WHERE: Bailey Hall at SIUMC, 54 Diamond Causeway
HOW MUCH: $5 per class for 8 or more classes per month. $6.25 per class for 7 or fewer classes per month.
CONTACT: For more info or to register, call  Elena Bennett, ACSM-certified fitness instructor at 404.510.6042
WHAT ELSE: Mat Pilates participants must bring an exercise mat and be able to get up/down from the floor. Sit-Fit participants should wear athletic shoes. Everyone should bring a water bottle.


 HORSE SENSE 
WHAT: Pegasus Riding Academy volunteers needed
WHERE: Old Roberds Dairy, 2500 Tennessee Ave., Savannah
CONTACT: For information and directions, visit www.prasav.org or call 912.547.6482
WHAT ELSE: Pegasus Riding Academy is a therapeutic riding program providing safe, professional and ethical equine-assisted activities for individuals with physical, mental and emotional disabilities. Volunteers are needed to assist these special children. Horse experience not necessary.


 MEETING OF THE MINDS 
WHAT: Stroke Survivors
WHEN: Third Thursday of every month, 4 to 5 p.m.
WHERE: Messiah Lutheran Church, 1 West Ridge Rd.
HOW MUCH: Free
CONTACT: Shirley Nack, 598.7047
WHAT ELSE: Share your experiences with stroke survivors. At our meetings we listen and learn what other survivors have accomplished in order to return to an active lifestyle.


 CAUSEWAY CLEAN-UP
WHAT: “Shine Bright like a Diamond (Causeway),” litter pickup along Diamond Causeway
WHEN: 1 or 2 times per month, as trash amount deems necessary  
WHERE: Meet in the parking lot of Butterbean Beach
CONTACT: Courtney Fowler, causewaycleanup@gmail.com or 912.313.6040
WHAT ELSE: Please bring work gloves and a safety vest if you have one; a trash-picker works wonders as well.  We will provide trash bags. Water is recommended to avoid dehydration.


 WELCOME MAT 
WHAT: Learn to create sleeping mats for the homeless from discarded plastic bags
WHEN: Wednesdays, 10:30 a.m. – 12 noon at Oakridge Club; Thursdays, 9:30 a.m. – 12 noon at JEA
CONTACT: Please RSVP to Carol Greenberg at 912.355.1238 or MStarArts@gmail.com
WHAT ELSE: Help divert plastic bags from landfills and waterways while providing comfort to the homeless. Completed mats will be on display the first week in February at the JEA Art Gallery.


 IT’S AN HONOR 
WHAT: Honor Flight Savannah seeks war veterans and volunteers
CONTACT: honorflightsavannah.org or 912.367.9020
WHAT ELSE: Honor Flight Savannah is offering WW II, Korea and Vietnam War era veterans living in southeast Georgia and southeastern South Carolina an all-expense paid trip to Washington, D.C., to visit their war memorials. Funding for trips is dependent on contributions from community citizens and businesses.


JUST DANCE
WHAT: Dance for fun and fitness
WHEN: Tuesdays, 9-10 a.m.
WHERE: Skidaway United Methodist Church, Bailey Hall
HOW MUCH: A $2 monthly fee will be charged to cover insurance; Landlovers membership is required
CONTACT: Marilee Dalbey (marileedalbey@gmail.com)
WHAT ELSE: Come join us in comfortable workout clothes and shoes. We will dance to popular hits, classic songs, Broadway and Latin music. Gentle standing stretches completes your workout. A signed waiver is required for all participants.


OUTDOOR ADVENTURE
WHAT:
Boy Scout Troop 57, for boys 10-18
WHEN: Weekly meeting Tuesday 7-8:30 p.m.
WHERE: Skidaway Community Church
CONTACT: BSA office, 927.7272
WHAT ELSE: Chartered in 1989, the troop has sponsored 80 Eagle Scouts to date. Weekly meetings, monthly outings (canoeing, canoeing, hiking, kayaking, rafting, backpacking), yearly summer camp and high adventure trips. New Scouts and transfers are welcome.

FOR LADIES ONLY
WHAT: Landlover Ladies 9-Hole Golf Group
WHEN: Tuesdays (Tee times from Chelsea system)
WHERE: Varies each week
CONTACT: Jan Rosenbaum at LandloverLadies9@gmail.com
WHAT ELSE: Landlover Ladies 9-hole Golf welcomes those who have a basic understanding of the rules, pace of play and have a GHIN number. Our focus is on having fun with a casual get together afterwards. The Landing Club golf and Landlovers memberships are required.


READ ALL OVER
WHAT:
Landlovers Singles Co-ed Book Club
WHEN: 4th Thursday each month
WHERE: Palmetto Clubhouse
CONTACT: Ray Arnold, rayjarnold@gmail.com or Marianne Claysmith, claysmith2@aol.com
WHAT ELSE: Landlovers and Landings Club membership is required.

STITCHIN’ TIME
WHAT:
Landlovers Stitch and Bead
WHEN: Tuesday, Sept. 27, Oct 4, Oct. 18, 2-4 p.m.
WHERE: Members’ homes
CONTACT: Leslie Mathews (lmathews50@gmail.com) to be added to email list
WHAT ELSE: We welcome crafters working on any type of needle projects, from knitting to needlepoint, beading, felting, crewel and cross stitch. Location announced by email. Landlovers membership is required.

CAN YOU CANASTA?
WHAT:
Landlovers Canasta
WHEN: Every Wednesday, 1-3 p.m.
WHERE: Palmetto Clubhouse
HOW MUCH: Free
CONTACT: Dianne Bloom, thewinelady2005@yahoo.com
WHAT ELSE: Both women and men are welcome. Maximum 24 players and must have basic knowledge of the game. Because we play in the Palmetto Clubhouse, you must be a member of both The Landings Club and Landlovers.

SEW WHAT?
WHAT:
Landlovers Material Girls
WHERE: Skidaway Community Church
WHEN: 3rd Thursday of each month, 3 to 5 p.m.
HOW MUCH: Free but you must be a member of Landlovers
CONTACT: Janet Smart at maxwellsgal@aol.com, Donna Nicol, dkn777@aol.com; or Sandra Grant at sandragrant07@comcast.net
WHAT ELSE: Whether you are an experienced quilter or new to the craft, please join us for some handwork, conversation and networking. Bring a project you are working on, show and tell, or just plan to socialize. Learn about quilt shops in the area and local quilt guilds. All members of Landlovers who are interested in quilting are welcome.

LUNCH BUNCH
WHAT:
Landlovers Men’s Lunch
WHERE: Various restaurants around Savannah
WHEN: To be determined
HOW MUCH: The cost of your own meal
CONTACT: Dick Hughey, dickhughey1@att.net; Jim Smart, smartsville@aol.com; or Rick Armstrong, armstrp@hotmail.com
WHAT ELSE: This is the eighth year of this successful men’s activity. Participants must be members of Landlovers.

ALL ABOARD!
WHAT:
Landlovers Mexican Train Dominoes, open to all Skidaway Island residents, not just the Landings
WHEN: Tuesdays 3:30-5:30 p.m.
WHERE: Palmetto Clubhouse’s Byrd Room. Because we play in a clubhouse, Landings Club membership is required.
HOW MUCH: Free but Landlovers membership is required
CONTACT: Laurie Milano, lamilano@aol.com
WHAT ELSE: Because we play in the Palmetto Clubhouse, you must be a member of The Landings Club and Landlovers. The Byrd Room can have a maximum of 24 players. If you plan to join us, please bring a set of dominoes if you have one.

REEL MEN
WHAT:
Landlovers Men’s Action Movies, open to all Skidaway Island residents, not just the Landings
WHEN: We usually see an action movie once a month when a good movie is showing.
HOW MUCH: Movie admission
CONTACT: Dave Robinson, dave.robinson16@gmail.com
WHAT ELSE: Men’s Action Movies is a friendly gathering of men who want to see movies your wife probably wouldn’t want to see. We will see a late afternoon showing and then go to a modest local eatery. Dinner is optional; RSVPs are appreciated; no dues; carpool from the Methodist Church. About five days in advance, you will receive information on the movie choices and restaurant selection. Must be a Landlovers member. Membership is open to all residents of Skidaway Island.  

BATH AND BODY WORKS
WHAT:
Landlovers community service toiletry collection
WHEN: ongoing
WHERE: Drop-off location is the front porch at 2 Moonrise Circle, Deer Creek
WHAT ELSE: Are you traveling and staying at a hotel? If you have any unused hotel soaps, shampoos, or lotions, please bring them back to Savannah. Share your vacation with Social Apostolate, which works with poor, homeless and disabled people in different ways including providing showers for those in need. No mouthwash or larger sized toiletries, please.

BUNCO SQUAD
WHAT:
Bunco: A dice game requiring no skill but featuring fun with friends
WHEN: 2nd Wednesday each month - 6:30-8:30 p.m.
WHERE: Landings Association building on Landings Way South
HOW MUCH: $6 to cover room cost and prizes
CONTACT: Dianne Bloom - thewinelady2005@yahoo.com, or Barbara Capes - b_capes@comcast.net
WHAT ELSE: Landings Landlovers membership is required. Membership is open to all residents of Skidaway Island.

GREEN NO MORE
WHAT:
Landlovers Coastal Georgia Living
WHEN: First Wednesday each month, October through May, 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.
WHERE: Messiah Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall
HOW MUCH: Annual dues are $25 individual or $30 family; Guests welcome for $5
CONTACT: Donna Bunn - donnabunn@gmail.com, or Deb Werner - debkwerner@yahoo.com
WHAT ELSE: Coastal Georgia Living, formerly known as Green Thumb Club, focuses on gardening, wildlife and the Georgia coastal lifestyle. Must be a Landlovers member. Membership is open to all residents of Skidaway Island.

SMALL WORLD
WHAT:
Landlovers Marco Polo Group
WHEN: October through May - third Monday of the month, 6:30 p.m.
WHERE: Member homes
CONTACT: Sue Souls, LLMarcoPolo100@gmail.com
WHAT ELSE: The Marco Polo group is for our international friends. If you were born in or have lived at least one year (including an academic year) outside the U.S., you are eligible to join. Attendees are asked to bring an international appetizer to share as well as their own beverage and glass. Must be a Landlovers member. Membership is open to all residents of Skidaway Island.

SHUTTERBUGS
WHAT:
Landlovers Photography Club
WHEN: resumes October 2022
WHERE: Out and about
CONTACT: landloversphotoclub@gmail.com
WHAT ELSE: The club helps members, ranging from beginners to experts, improve their skills and enjoy photography in a friendly, supportive atmosphere. Monthly field trips are planned. All will be outdoors, and social distancing will be required. Must be a Landlovers member. Membership is open to all residents of Skidaway Island.