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The Savannah College of Art and Design exists to prepare talented students for careers in the visual and performing arts, design, the building arts, and the history of art and architecture.
Screven-Jenkins Regional Library's services include access to information and materials, educational and recreational programs, and current technology to support lifelong intellectual and cultural development.
Sequoyah Regional Library System provides organized print, non-print and electronic materials to meet the informational, educational, recreational, and cultural needs of a growing, diverse community, with emphasis placed on the chosen roles of the library system.
The mission of the archives is to collect, preserve, and make available manuscripts, records, photographs, audiovisual materials, artifacts, books, and other items that document the ministries, houses, and personnel of the Society of Mary in the United States.
The Statesboro-Bulloch County Library has a large collection of genealogical materials (8,000 books, magazines, bound periodicals (including an oral history collection), census records, family histories, court records, marriages, land records, will abstracts, Civil War records, and cemetery records) for those interested in researching family history.
Saint Paul’s Church (Augusta, Ga.) is a community of people committed to the service and worship of Jesus Christ in the same location for over 250 years. The church's roots are deeply embedded in the city of Augusta and the surrounding area, rooted in their Anglican (Church of England) heritage and as an integral part of the Episcopal Diocese of Georgia.