Lunch session looks at estate planning
If you have questions on Medicare, long-term care expenses and nursing home costs, get a briefing at the Richmond Hill Chamber's Lunch & Learn on May 11.
The lunch session is set for noon to 1:30 p.m. at Bubba's Bistro. The Lunch & Learn will be facilitated by Jeffrey Williamson, founding partner of J. L. Williamson Law Group, LLC. Williamson’s estate planning practice focuses mainly on elder law and asset protection.
The Lunch & Learn event is complimentary to RHBC Chamber members and $15 for non-members. Advance reservations are required by Thursday, May 5, and seating is limited. Reserve your space by calling 912-756-3444 or email: info@RHBCchamber.org.
Step Up receives $9,000 grant
The State Farm Companies Foundation has awarded Step Up Savannah a grant of $9,000 to be used for job-readiness training through the Chatham Apprentice Program.
CAP helps individuals who face barriers to employment develop skills to compete in the job market, secure employment, and become more self-sufficient. E3 stands for “educate, empower, and employ” and is a collaboration among Chatham County, Savannah Technical College and several community based organizations.
State Farm Companies Foundation is an independent private foundation funded by the State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company and State Farm Life Insurance Company. The Foundation provides support for key initiatives and scholarships, as well as associate-directed programs, including grants supporting volunteerism and matching gifts to two- and four-year colleges and universities. These programs support the communities where State Farm associates live and work.
For more information about CAP visit www.capsavannah.org. Step Up Savannah, Inc. engages all sectors of the community to improve the economic mobility and financial stability of families in Savannah, Chatham County. To learn more about Step Up Savannah, Inc. visit its website at www.stepupsavannah.org.
Company launches new site
Savannah general contractor Robin Restoration, LLC, recently launched a new website to showcase custom renovations, new construction, and historic preservation projects. The new website was designed and built by Claywell Design.
“It is our hope that this newly updated website reflects our steadfast commitment to craftsmanship and customer service,” said Brian Robin, President and CEO of Robin Restoration, LLC.
The website also highlighs the firms work with Historic Savannah Foundation, The Next Generation benefitting the Children’s Hospital at Memorial University Medical Center, Congregation Mickve Israel, Alee Temple Shriners, Enlisted Association National Guard, and the Chatham County Sheriff’s Department.
See the site at www.robinrestoration.com.