Sports with Walter Moore

By | July 08, 2009

Super Tiger Foundation To Hold Fest Alumni of Savannah State will gather in Atlanta on July 11 for SuperTiger Fest at Grant Park. The festivities will last from 1p.m. until 7 p.m. The three-day event, in addition to promoting healthy lifestyles, will raise college scholarships for students entering SSU. Last year, alumni from the Class of 1957 to the Class … Continue reading “Sports with Walter Moore”

Williams Named Medical Director of Augusta Nultiple Sclerosis Center

By | July 08, 2009

Mitzi J. Williams, MD, has been named Medical Director of the Augusta Multiple Sclerosis Center at MCG Health Medical Center. She is responsible for overseeing the comprehensive care for people living with MS, a debilitating disease that affects the brain, nerves and spinal cord. Dr. Williams is a neurologist at MCGHealth and an assistant professor in the Department of Neurology … Continue reading “Williams Named Medical Director of Augusta Nultiple Sclerosis Center”

See Jane to host Grand Opening Celebration

By | July 08, 2009

SAVANNAH, Ga. – Shelley Smith, founder and owner of See Jane, a modern apothecary featuring natural, environmentallyfriendly specialty cosmetics, has decided to move her already successful business from the Shops at Drayton Tower to a larger, more prominent space at 323 W. Broughton Street. A special Grand Opening event, which is open to the public, will take place on Saturday, … Continue reading “See Jane to host Grand Opening Celebration”

Resolution Passed in Senate Apologizing for Slavery

By | July 08, 2009

The NAACP applauded the United States Senate for its passage on Thursday June 18 of a historic resolution apologizing for the enslavement and racial segregation of African-Americans. The resolution came during the celebration known as Juneteenth, the nation’s oldest commemoration of the end of slavery. Sens. Tom Harkin (D-IA), and Senator Sam Brownback (R-KS), sponsored the bill; Congressman Cohen will … Continue reading “Resolution Passed in Senate Apologizing for Slavery”

Hall to Preach Trial Sermon at St. Paul

By | July 08, 2009

Deacon Herbert Hall will be doing his “Trial Sermon” at St Paul Missionary Baptist Church, located at 624 Waters Avenue on July 19, 2009 at 6:00 PM. Rev James H. Terry is the Pastor and invites one and all to be a part of this grand occasion in the church’s history as Deacon Hall yields to the call of God. … Continue reading “Hall to Preach Trial Sermon at St. Paul”

Hungry Club Forum to Hear Covenants of Justice

By | July 08, 2009

On Saturday July 11, 2009, at 9:30 AM, The Hungry Club Forum of Savannah, Inc.(HCFS) will hear the preliminary reports of two of the communitywide study groups involved in an examination of Tavis Smiley’s The Covenant With Black America. The presentations will be the featured offering of the HCFS’ monthly breakfast Roundtable and Open Forum, held in the Multipurpose Annex … Continue reading “Hungry Club Forum to Hear Covenants of Justice”

Silver Cheetahs hold Annual Track and Field Competition

By | July 08, 2009

The Chatham- Savannah Silver Cheetahs Cross Country Multi Event Track and Field will sponsor their 3rd Annual Youth Invitational Track and Field Competition on Saturday, July 11, 2009 at Savannah State University at the Ted Wright Stadium. This eveut will begin at 8:00am. This meet is an open invitation to youth ages four to seventeen. This is an invitation to … Continue reading “Silver Cheetahs hold Annual Track and Field Competition”

West Broad Street YMCA Regains Charter from Y-USA

By | July 08, 2009

After years of hard work and struggle, the West Broad Street YMCA has learned from its parent organization, Y-USA, that its charter is no longer in jeopardy and that it has been restored as a member in good standing. “This is a wonderful day of celebration for all of us who have worked so many years to make this happen,” … Continue reading “West Broad Street YMCA Regains Charter from Y-USA”

Summer Camp Introduces Students to Forensic Science, Law Enforcement

By | July 08, 2009

On Jun 16th – 19th, the incoming 2009-2010 Early College/CSI students experienced a four-day Summer Camp designed to further stimulate their interest and broaden their understanding of careers in Law Enforcement, Criminal Justice and Forensic Science. Among the events incorporated in the camp was a workshop. At the workshop, the students participated in collecting and processing crime scene evidence, developing … Continue reading “Summer Camp Introduces Students to Forensic Science, Law Enforcement”

Omega Psi Phi Fraternity holds 3rd Annual Teachers Appreciation Picnic

By | July 08, 2009

On June 18, The Brothers of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated, Mu Phi chapter and the Chatham Association of Educators hosted their third annual Savannah-Chatham County Public School Employee Appreciation picnic. Tom Triplett Park and Pavilion located in Pooler was the location for this year’s event. Over 300 employees enjoyed free seafood, music and fellowship with the Brothers of Mu … Continue reading “Omega Psi Phi Fraternity holds 3rd Annual Teachers Appreciation Picnic”