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Community Calendar Nov 11 - Nov 18
GIS Day 2020


Bethel AME Church Citizens Relying on Spiritual Servants (CROSS)

C.R.O.S.S. in conjunction with the Second Harvest Food Bank of Savannah will be handing out food bags on the fourth Saturday of every month.  Food Bags will be given out from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m.

C.R.O.S.S.  also has a clothing ministry giveaway on the second and fourth Saturday of every month. The ministry is open from 8a.m. until 11 a.m. School Uniforms are available too. Bethel AME Church, 233 Gause Street.  For more information call Rev. Debra Chaney (912) 369-2417, or Tanya Pridgen (912)980-6714, Charlayne Thomas (912)321-7175 and Arthur Steward (912)432-3643  

Nov. 14

Keep Liberty Beautiful recycle fairs

Bring you recyclables to Walthourville City Hall, Liberty County Community Complex in Midway and the Liberty County Health Department between the hours of 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. The SHRED truck will also be at the LCCC Midway location

Nov. 14

NAACP Liberty County Branch Announces 2020 VIRTUAL ELECTION for branch officers Saturday, November 14 from 8 a.m. until noon. All members, in good standing, must register to vote. For more information call: 912.408.2278 email:

Nov. 15

America Recycles Day

Register and learn about recycling, how to help your community and become an active volunteer. For more information call 912-880-4888 or email:

Nov. 18

GIS Day 2020: A Virtual Event 

Join the City of Hinesville and Liberty County as we celebrate GIS Day on November 18. The two GIS offices and the Liberty County Tax Assessors Office will co-host a one-day virtual event on Wednesday, November 18 from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. This virtual event will provide an opportunity for everyone to learn and explore the benefits of GIS and will include story maps and map galleries – showcasing work from all offices. Event attendees will be able to enjoy presentations and live chat with GIS staff to discuss current and potential uses of GIS technologies throughout the day. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) uses the location and spatial component of data to help decision making and problem-solving. This event will be a live virtual presentation and is FREE and open to the public. Details can be found in the City’s Facebook event group at A link to the virtual platform will be posted on Tuesday, November 17 to the Facebook event group and the City’s website. For more information, please contact Wincy Poon, GIS Coordinator for the City of Hinesville, at or Whitney Morris-Reed at or 912.408.3569.

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