You know how much we're paying for gasoline these days, and we're all looking to save. Here's a great place to start: an energy fair at Savannah Mall. It's a mix of entertainment and education on everything from alternative fuels to saving gas and electricity when you cook.
"We're giving away some prizes, we have karaoke, it'll be a chance to get the audience involved in the event this weekend," said event co-chair Ronald McGee. "It'll be great."
The American Association of Blacks in Energy is sponsoring the show. WTOC's Magic Mark will be there as well. It runs from 10am to 5pm this Saturday.
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