Just wanted to pass along information I received on IOH Swim Team Registration.
It’s that time of year again, and IOH Swim Team is on the horizon!
In case you haven’t heard, we are thrilled to have Coach Patricia Bacon back this year, and Coach Allyn Case will be returning this year as well!
For those of you whose first swim season was last year, Allyn was our previous coach (along with coach Dru) during the 2012 and 2013 swim seasons. So we are very excited to have two great coaches on board this year.
Registration will begin April 15th, and our start date will be mid-May. (I will send out our official start date as soon as I know for sure.)
Rates and practice times have not changed: $115 for members + $55 splash fee for nonmembers.
Follow the link to learn more.
Tickets to one of Tybee Island’s most celebrated events — Tybee Wine Festival — went on sale February 14.
The 7th Annual Tybee Wine Festival will be held on April 22-26. The annual event is presented by the Tybee Post Theater.
Come join in the fun! Enjoy five days of wine, food, and live music.
Visit five of Tybee Island’s most popular venues, including Tybee Island Social Club (5-course Wine Dinner), Marlin Monroe’s Surfside Grill (Oyster Roast), and the Crab Shack (Sunday Champagne Brunch).
The festival starts on Earth Day, April 22 and four celebrity chefs will present a “earth to table dinner” at Tybee Island Wedding Chapel’s Grand Ballroom.
Plus, don’t miss the main event — the Grand Wine Tasting at the Tybee Island Light Station. Attendees will enjoy more than 100 international wines and food from many of Tybee’s best restaurants — and of course, some live music.
Learn more about Tybee Island, an enchanted island community 20 minutes from Savannah, GA.
Team Yannett Congratulates the SCAD Equestrian Team for Being Named National Champion Team
Read the story from the Savannah Morning News.
The Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) Equestrian team earned the No. 1 spot in nation at the National Tournament of Champions (TOC) on Saturday with a fifth-place finish at the Winter Classic II in Laurinburg, N.C., This is the second consecutive year the SCAD riding team has earned this prestigious honor
Previously, the team earned second place at the Preseason Classic and seized two first place rankings in the Holiday Tournament last December and the Winter Classic I show in January.
“I could not be more proud,” said SCAD Equestrian coach Ashley Henry. “The entire team came together to produce this result.”
Each team’s two best scores determine the national champion. With their tournament rankings tallied, the SCAD riders were officially named the National Champion Team with a total of 72 points — edging out two-time champions Mount Holyoke College from South Hadley, Massachusetts.”
SCAD will host an IHSA event on Feb. 14-15 at the Ronald Waranch Equestrian Center in Hardeeville, S.C.