URGENT NOTICE: Possible “flashmob” event today | Homeless Persons’ Memorial WALK being organized in Savannah for today.


URGENT NOTICE: Possible “flashmob” event today!

Homeless Persons’ Memorial WALK being organized in Savannah for today!

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No Service put together by responsible parties so this is our response.

Considering Forsyth Park Bandshell as starting point.

Time maybe at 5pm or 8pm.

Please respond by comments, likes & messages to this Page or call, txt or otherwise msg us at 912.659.0696 or homelessnessinsavannah@gmail.com.

Reply with your preference for 5 or 8pm. May do twice.

Possible sign wording will be provided to respondents.

 

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