Sports with Walter Moore

By | May 27, 2009

SSU Football Game Canceled Because of a scheduling conflict, the football game between Savannah State and North Greenville has been canceled. The teams were supposed to have met October 10 in Savannah. North Greenville will play Samford in a Thursday night game Oct. 8. SSU will not schedule another opponent and will play a 10- game schedule. Jordan Named Faculty … Continue reading “Sports with Walter Moore”

Miller Receives Doctor of Medicine Degree

By | May 27, 2009

Shamaal M. Miller, 2000 graduate of Windsor Forest High School, received his Doctor of Medicine Degree (M.D.) on May 8, 2009 from Vanderbilt University School of Medicine in Nashville, TN. His residency will be completed at New York Presbyterian Weill-Cornell Medical Center in New York, NY, where he is specializing in Anesthesiology. Dr. Miller completed his undergraduate education at Emory … Continue reading “Miller Receives Doctor of Medicine Degree”

Johnson Receives Hampton Merit Award

By | May 27, 2009

Dr. Lester B. Johnson, Jr. was one of five recipients to receive the 2009 National Hampton Alumni Association Merit Award at the 93rd Annual Alumni Reunion Banquet, May 9th at Hampton University. Dr. Johnson is a 1949 graduate of Hampton with a B.S. degree in Architectural Engineering. He was a member of the Savannah Chapter from 1949 until 1959 when … Continue reading “Johnson Receives Hampton Merit Award”

Proposed Climate Change Legislation Will Bankrupt the Masses

By | May 27, 2009

Throughout most of my life, I’ve lived in the southeast – North Carolina, Georgia, Florida. In all those places, I encountered the strength and fortitude of proud hard working families struggling to keep things together and trying to make ends meet. Over the years, I have watched members of Congress from other regions create laws that benefit their constituents at … Continue reading “Proposed Climate Change Legislation Will Bankrupt the Masses”

University of Phoenix to host Education Fair

By | May 27, 2009

University of Phoenix – Savannah will host an education resource fair for those interested in continuing their education and learning more about how to make it happen on Saturday, May 30 from 1- 4pm. “Education is empowering and can be the key to success,” said campus director Lisa Nucci. “Whether it’s getting a GED or earning a Ph.D., anyone can … Continue reading “University of Phoenix to host Education Fair”

Microsoft Corp. Announces Technical Sponsorship of Tavis Smiley’s I AM Project

By | May 27, 2009

Microsoft Corp. announced that it is the official technology sponsor for Tavis Smiley’s America I AM: The African American Imprint exhibition, which opens in Atlanta next month as part of its four-year mobile tour. Along with making a software and cash donation, Microsoft has committed to relaunching the new America I AM Web site, americaiam.org. America I AM is presented … Continue reading “Microsoft Corp. Announces Technical Sponsorship of Tavis Smiley’s I AM Project”

Savannah Economic Development Authority Announces New Members

By | May 27, 2009

The SEDA Board of Directors have welcomed new members Terry Coleman of Kern Coleman, Steve Green of Stephen Green Properties, Cathy Hill of Georgia Power Company, and W. Brooks Stillwell of Hunter Maclean. Tommy Hester of The Coastal Bank, David Paddison of Seacrest Partners and Bert Tenenbaum of Chatham Steel were re-appointed. The SEDA Board of Directors consists of 19 … Continue reading “Savannah Economic Development Authority Announces New Members”

Dixon, Lloyd to Wed

By | May 27, 2009

Mr. and Mrs. Curtis L. Dixon of Savannah, Georgia are happy to announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter Ashley Victoria Dixon to Cornelius JerMar Ephraim Lloyd son of Pastor and Mrs. Marvin L. Lloyd of Savannah, Georgia. The bride elect is the granddaughter of Ruth E. Dixon of Jersey City, N.J. and Lucille Wilkerson of Claxton, Ga. … Continue reading “Dixon, Lloyd to Wed”

Chamber to hold Annual Small Business Banquet, Trade Show

By | May 27, 2009

The Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce is proud to host the 23rd Annual Small Business Banquet and Trade Show on Tuesday, June 9 at the Savannah Marriott Riverfront from 5-9 p.m. More than 90 exhibitors will showcase their company’s products and services at the Trade Show which is sponsored by Wachovia Bank. The Trade Show is free and open to … Continue reading “Chamber to hold Annual Small Business Banquet, Trade Show”

Savannah/Hilton Head International Announces Award

By | May 27, 2009

At the American Association of Airport Executives-Southeast Chapter 2009 annual meeting, former Assistant Executive Director Daniel J. Coe, Jr., received an award of special recognition for over 25 years of service to the Savannah Airport Commission and the Southeast Chapter of A.A.A.E. Mr. Coe, who’s career in airport management spanned over 25 years and included several positions within the Commission, … Continue reading “Savannah/Hilton Head International Announces Award”