Sports With Walter Moore

By | February 04, 2009

Linton Joins 500 Club Savannah State senior forward Chris Linton recently became a member of the 500 club. The Jacksonville, FL native entered the season with over 500 points scored and needed 116 rebounds reach 500. Linton reached that mark on January 28 when SSU defeated Allen 77-43 in Tiger Arena. The Tigers shot 80 percent from the floor in … Continue reading “Sports With Walter Moore”

Callen Alumni Membership Drive “Stay on Line in 2009”

By | February 04, 2009

The response of the Alumni and Friends to the membership drive, “Stay on line in 2009” is very encouraging and heart -warming. We greatly appreciate your immediate responses. Early to respond are: E. Bruce Adams; Ruth Alexander; Rosemary Banks; Lonnie Batchelor, New York; Dr. William Bland, Atlanta, Ga.; Dr. Albertha Boston; James Boston; Dorothy B. Campbell; Ed Campbell; James Cobham, … Continue reading “Callen Alumni Membership Drive “Stay on Line in 2009””

Career Expo Announced for Savannah Chatham Public High Schools

By | February 04, 2009

The Savannah- Chatham School District invites and encourages local businesses both large and small to participate in their annual Career Expo & Leadership Workshops on Tuesday, April 21st and Wednesday, April 22nd from 8:00am-12:00pm. This special event for 11th and 12th graders from all local public high schools will be held at Savannah Technical College. The Career Expo will include … Continue reading “Career Expo Announced for Savannah Chatham Public High Schools”

NCNW to hold Harambee Breakfast

By | February 04, 2009

The National Council of Negro Women Savannah Section invites you to join them for their Annual Harambee Breakfast on February 28, 9:00 a.m. at the Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum, Multipurpose Annex. The Breakfast is in commemoration of the organization’s Fifteenth year of existence. The Savannah Section will honor Chartered, Life and Legacy Life members. Lois Keith, National Membership … Continue reading “NCNW to hold Harambee Breakfast”

Grant to help Savannahians Stay Out of Foreclosure

By | February 04, 2009

For homeowners at risk of losing their homes to foreclosure, new financial and legal counseling services are now available through area nonprofits at no cost to consumers. Almost $475,000 in new public and private dollars are coming into the Savannah area this year and next to enable organizations to better respond to the crisis of home foreclosures and to ensure … Continue reading “Grant to help Savannahians Stay Out of Foreclosure”

Renovation Underway at Heritage Place Apartments

By | February 04, 2009

Three years after his mother, Mrs. Esther Hunter passed away, Antonio Hunter found himself homeless laying on the steps of the Innercity Night Shelter. Antonio now live on Florence Street in the Historic Cuyler- Brownville Neighborhood and is Heritage Place Apartments Building Captain. He moved into his apartment when the building first opened its door in 2002. Antonio’s apartment building … Continue reading “Renovation Underway at Heritage Place Apartments”

My Inauguration Experience

By | February 04, 2009

I was blessed to have the opportunity to personally witness the fulfillment of the time-honored provisions of Article II and the 20th Amendment of the United States Constitution and the orderly and peaceful transition of power during the Inaugural Ceremonies of Barack H. Obama as this nation’s 44th President and this nation’s first African American President. I am convinced that … Continue reading “My Inauguration Experience”

Savannah Leaders Visit State Officials

By | February 04, 2009

On January 29, 2009, many of the Savannah political, business and other community leaders traveled to Atlanta to meet with top-level elected and appointed state officials, including key legislators, to promote the 2009 State Legislative Agenda developed by the Governmental Affairs Committee of the Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce. As in the past, one highlight of the visit was the … Continue reading “Savannah Leaders Visit State Officials”

Vocalist Ysaye Barnwell to lead Singing Workshops Feb. 6-7

By | February 04, 2009

Did you know awesome power resides in the human voice? International vocal artist Ysaye M. Barnwell, Ph.D., believes this to be a truism, especially when uncommon voices join together for the common good. Barnwell will be in Savannah Feb. 6-7 to lead singers and nonsingers alike in the oral tradition of performing rhythms, chants, and traditional songs from Africa and … Continue reading “Vocalist Ysaye Barnwell to lead Singing Workshops Feb. 6-7”

Business Expo is part of Grand Festival Day

By | February 04, 2009

Companies large and small will have an opportunity to network, meet old friends, and make new ones while gaining useful information for today’s entrepreneurial market at the Annual Black Business Expo & Career Fair on Feb. 7 at 8:30 a.m. at the Savannah Civic Center. As part of Grand Festival Day, the highlight of the 20th Annual Savannah Black Heritage … Continue reading “Business Expo is part of Grand Festival Day”