Sports with Walter Moore

By | March 18, 2009

Allegretti Throws One Hitter Michael Allegretti threw a one hitter to lead Savannah State past Delaware State 3-0 in the second game of a double header on March 14 in Dover, Delaware. In the first game, Robert Ramsdale hurled a four hitter as the Tigers won 2-1. DSU avoided the sweep on March 15 as they defeated the Tigers 15-9 … Continue reading “Sports with Walter Moore”

AASU Awarded National Science Foundation Grant

By | March 18, 2009

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded two grants to Armstrong Atlantic State University totaling $450,621 as part of the Research in Undergraduate Institutions (RUI) program. The first RUI grants ever awarded to Armstrong Atlantic, they will help advance research being conducted by four faculty members in AASU’s College of Science and Technology. George C. Shields, dean of the College … Continue reading “AASU Awarded National Science Foundation Grant”

Barrow Releases Recovery Act Guidebook

By | March 18, 2009

Congressman John Barrow (Ga.-12) released a guidebook detailing potential funding opportunities for local officials, community leaders, non-profit organizations, first responders, school districts, small businesses, and individuals from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act for 12th District. “I’m hoping folks in our community will use this guidebook as a resource as they seek Recovery Act funds,” said Barrow. “This money can … Continue reading “Barrow Releases Recovery Act Guidebook”

Cloverdale Celebrates 50 Years!

By | March 18, 2009

Our community invites our neighbors, former neighbors and the public to share this milestone. The Reunion Banquet will be held on Friday, April 17, 2009 at 7:00 p.m. at The Temple of Glory Eden Room at 1105 Stiles Avenue. Donation for this event is $35.00. The speaker will be Mrs. Iris Formey Dawson. The Cloverdale Community will also host our … Continue reading “Cloverdale Celebrates 50 Years!”

Backus to Host Teddy Bear Hospital

By | March 18, 2009

The George and Marie Backus Children’s Hospital at Memorial University Medical Center (MUMC) will host a Teddy Bear Hospital on Saturday, March 28, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Hoskins Center on the MUMC campus (Ranger Road at 66th Street). This event is sponsored by a generous grant from the Wal-Mart Foundation. Children age 10 and under are … Continue reading “Backus to Host Teddy Bear Hospital”

March Marks Start of Active Tornado ‘Season’

By | March 18, 2009

Georgia has already experienced its first deadly tornadoes this year, claiming a life and causing harm and damage in 15 counties across the state. March marks the start of a three-month active tornado season in the Southeast, making now the time for Georgians to get ready by preparing, planning and staying informed with Ready Georgia, the state’s emergency preparedness campaign. … Continue reading “March Marks Start of Active Tornado ‘Season’”

Eleven Black Men of Liberty County to hold Scholarship Banquet

By | March 18, 2009

The Eleven Black Men of Liberty County, Inc. will hold its “Fifteenth Annual Scholarship Banquet” at Club Stewart, Fort Stewart, Georgia, on March 28, 2009. There will be a reception from 6:15 to 6:45 PM, followed by the banquet dinner at 7:00 PM. Daniel K. Wims, PhD, the Executive Vice- President, Vice-President for Academic Affairs, and Professor of Agricultural Sciences … Continue reading “Eleven Black Men of Liberty County to hold Scholarship Banquet”

MillerCoors, National Black Economic Development Continue Partnership

By | March 18, 2009

MillerCoors reaffirmed its commitment to leverage diversity to its competitive advantage through a new Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) with the National Black Economic Development Coalition (NBEDC). The EPA creates a partnership between the two organizations to enhance economic opportunities for African Americans through increased participation in key areas including: leadership and workforce; marketing and advertising spending; community investment; distributors, retailers … Continue reading “MillerCoors, National Black Economic Development Continue Partnership”

Chef Joe Randall to Be a Featured Chef at Gala Dinner

By | March 18, 2009

Chef Joe Randall will share the spotlight with four other chefs at a gala dinner Tuesday, April 7 at 6:30 p.m., Fourth Estate Restaurant. Each will contribute one course to a five-course wine dinner along with tips and techniques for gourmet cooking. Randall, who has been chosen by Ebony Magazine as ONE the top ten 2008 African-American chefs, has been … Continue reading “Chef Joe Randall to Be a Featured Chef at Gala Dinner”

The Savannah Tribune Salutes Abigail Jordan

By | March 18, 2009

In observance of Women’s History Month, The Savannah Tribune is reprinting from an article published in The University of Georgia’ s College of Education Online Newsletter. The article, written by Jason Peevy, tells the story of Dr. Abigail Jordan, a doctoral graduate of the institution, and a retired educator who resides in Savannah. The article highlights her encounters with racism … Continue reading “The Savannah Tribune Salutes Abigail Jordan”