Sports with Walter Moore

By | July 30, 2009

SSU Adds To Football Staff Savannah State football coach Robby Wells recently added two coaches to his staff. Hans Batichon will coach wide receivers and C.J. Frye will coach the running backs. Batichon comes to SSU from Watauga High School in Boone, N.C. Batichon was born in Haiti and raised in Miami, FL. He graduated from Appalachian State in 2008 … Continue reading “Sports with Walter Moore”

WAH WAH (Let’s Unite) 9th Annual African Dance & Drum Conference to be held July 31-August 1

By | July 30, 2009

Celebrating 16 years of uplifting communities through the Cultural Arts, Ayoluwa African Dance Theatre, Inc., a 501c3 Non- Profit Organization, will host WAH WAH (Lets Unite) 9th Annual African Dance & Drum Conference/ International Concert/ Festival on Friday July 31st 9:20am-6:30pm, and Saturday August 1st, 2009 8:30am-6:30pm at Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum, Annex 460 Martin Luther King Jr. … Continue reading “WAH WAH (Let’s Unite) 9th Annual African Dance & Drum Conference to be held July 31-August 1”

United House of Prayer for All People Awards Scholarships

By | July 30, 2009

For the thirty-eighth consecutive year, students of the United House of Prayer for All People will receive scholarships to assist in the pursuit of higher education excellence. The 2009-2010 Savannah District recipients include: Roger Butler-Albany State University, Master’s Degree in Political Science- $1000.00; Monyana Coasey- Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College, Freshman, Early Childhood-$1200.00; Andrea Dudley-School undecided, Freshman, Management,-$1000.00; Brittney Freddie-University of … Continue reading “United House of Prayer for All People Awards Scholarships”

SSU’s Sajwan to Receive Presidential Award

By | July 30, 2009

Kenneth S. Sajwan, Ph.D., professor and coordinator of the Environmental Science Program at Savannah State University, has been named by the White House and President Barack Obama as one of 22 individuals and organizations to receive the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring (PAESMEM). “There is no higher calling than furthering the educational advancement of our … Continue reading “SSU’s Sajwan to Receive Presidential Award”

Black In America

By | July 30, 2009

Taqwaa Saleem continues her editorial series entitled Black in America. Saleem is currently a grad student at Georgia Southern University. A friend of mine raised the question in his blog about where racism and the African American community stands in America today. Racism, I feel, will only vanish when there is never even the slightest consideration of race as we … Continue reading “Black In America”

First Evergreen Celebrates Pastor’s 9th Anniversary

By | July 30, 2009

The First Evergreen Missionary Baptist Church Family celebrated 9 years of the service of Pastor and Sis. Ronald B. Gregory by honoring them during the 11:00am morning worship service on Sunday, July 19. Minister Victoria McKine (sister of Pastor Gregory) delivered powerful words from the Lord. A capacity congregation was truly blessed by this anointed messenger. After receiving the spiritual … Continue reading “First Evergreen Celebrates Pastor’s 9th Anniversary”

ELC Collaborative Fostering Change Within Our Educational Community

By | July 30, 2009

It is evident that we are continuing to lose many children in this chaotic and complex society. For this reason, Educational Leaders for Change (ELC) Collaborative will continue our efforts to develop community initiatives that will foster change within our communities. Educational Leaders for Change (ELC) Collaborative (Educational Service Providers) will host the 5th Annual “BREAKTHROUGH: An Explosion of Parent … Continue reading “ELC Collaborative Fostering Change Within Our Educational Community”

Ressurection of Our Lord Catholic Church to Build New Edifice

By | July 30, 2009

Worshippers at Resurrection of Our Lord Church in Savannah will soon be enjoying prayer and the sacraments in a beautiful new sanctuary. Designed to replace the former Saint Anthony’s sanctuary, now bursting at the seams, the new building will be able to seat up to 500 people on special occasions due to the creative open plan and allow space for … Continue reading “Ressurection of Our Lord Catholic Church to Build New Edifice”

Mungin-Miller Second Biennial Family Reunion

By | July 30, 2009

Over seventy descendants and family members of Abraham Christborough Mungin and Lydia Miller Mungin met in Savannah on July 10-12 for their Second Biennial Reunion. Family members began arriving Friday afternoon from various cities in California, Massachusetts, Alabama, Florida, Washington DC, Virginia and Georgia. The Reunion Committee hosted a “Meet and Greet” on Friday evening at the Holiday Inn in … Continue reading “Mungin-Miller Second Biennial Family Reunion”

Hunter to Sing National Anthem at Savannah Sand Gnats Game

By | July 30, 2009

Antonio Hunter will sing the National Anthem at the Savannah Sand Gnats baseball game on Monday, August 3rd at Grayson Stadium. The Savannah Sand Gnats will be playing against Bowling Green, snd the game time is 7: 00 P.M. Antonio started to sing before an audience in high school with Beach High School’s advance mixed chorus at Christmas at the … Continue reading “Hunter to Sing National Anthem at Savannah Sand Gnats Game”