Still time to sign up for Habitat for Humanity Day.

Join the Glynn Dems on May 6th working with Habitat for Humanity of Glynn Co.Habitat for Humanity of Glynn County has started construction on the first five homes in Century Place. Century Place is their first Habitat neighborhood here in Glynn County. It consists of 15 1,200 to 1,600-square-foot homes, all facing a U-shaped common area and greenspace. The 12th home will be our affiliates 100th, thus the name Century Place.

Century Place is located at 3610 Johnson Street Brunswick, GA 31520 (on the corner of Sixth and Johnston Streets, entrance is on Sixth Street)

Volunteers are a huge necessity for obtaining this completion goal. Please let us know if you wish to join with us by sending an email to . In addition, If you are interested in volunteering on our construction site, the waiver must be completed and signed before volunteering. All volunteers are required to sign a Waiver of Liability You may do this online or sign the form at the work site

The Glynn Dems will be volunteering their time on Saturday, May 6th from 8:30AM to 12:30 PM.  We will be working on nailing the siding to the outside of the homes. (we will have some people help with cutting and measurements, holding the boards in place and a few people to nail it, some people may help with popping chalk lines). They supply gloves, but if you have your own bring them. You will probably feel more comfortable with them. All construction volunteers must wear closed toe shoes or boots.

Regulations for youth volunteers:14- & 15-year-olds must be accompanied by a guardian or supervisor.16- & 17-year-olds need a parent or legal guardian’s signature.No one under the age of 18 can use power tools.

April Community Meeting Recap

Thank you all for attending our April Glynn Dems Community meeting with our guest speaker, Aundra Fuller, Director of the Brunswick African American Cultural Center.

Although we had some technical difficulties, the presentation was a success.

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April Democratic Women’s Luncheon

Milann Gannaway

Thank you to all who made our April Democratic Women’s Luncheon a sellout.

Our guest speaker was Milann Gannaway, Treasurer/Recruiter for the Marshes of Glynn Service Unit.

She gave a great presentation on Marshes of Glynn Girl Scouts who’s mission is to build girls courage, confidence and character and to make the world a better place.

Today girls earn badges in robotics, engineering, website design, cybersecurity, coding for good, budgeting, finance and car care to name a few. They serve nearly 500 girls in Glynn, McIntosh and Brantley counties.

Marsh Madness

Russ Rathweg, District 2 and Second Vice Chair Vicki Greene lend a hand during Marsh Madness 2023.

Here is your opportunity to give back to the community by volunteering in a Marsh Madness cleanup event in the Golden Isles.

Dates and Locations for Marsh Madness 2023.