Sports with Walter Moore

By | September 23, 2009

McNeese State Pounds SSU Savannah State fell to 1-2 after suffer ring a 56-0 setback to eighth ranked McNeese State before a crowd of 13, 912 fans at Bonnette Field. The Cowboys (3-0) led 28-0 after the first quarter and 42-0 at halftime. If there was any consolation, SSU did not allow the Cowboys to score in the fourth quarter. … Continue reading “Sports with Walter Moore”

Small Business Guru Coaches Entrepreneurs to Success

By | September 23, 2009

In tough economic times, businesses are looking for ways to set themselves apart from the competition and establish a track record of long success. Successful businessman and author Kevin Thomas says that seeking someone who can help you take your business to the next level is better than any new marketing strategy or sales gimmick. “Right now, particularly in the … Continue reading “Small Business Guru Coaches Entrepreneurs to Success”

Pinkney Named State Finalist in Miss Georgia Pre Teen Pageant

By | September 23, 2009

The National American Miss held their 2009 State Pageant July 2-5 at the Hilton Atlanta in Atlanta GA where Zakeyla Pinkney was pre-teen State Finalist. National American Miss is a program designed to help girls develop poise and self-confidence that will help them in whatever they choose to do in life. The basic competitions were: Formal wear, modeling, personal introductions, … Continue reading “Pinkney Named State Finalist in Miss Georgia Pre Teen Pageant”

Letter to The Editor

By | September 23, 2009

I am grasping for words to describe and thank you for a job well done by your staff. The article that ran in the August 26 edition of the Savannah Tribune in reference to the activities of the Consortium of Doctors in California has been forwarded to at least 30 states to members who were absent for various reasons. That … Continue reading “Letter to The Editor”

“Man on the Street”

By | September 23, 2009

The Savannah Tribune has begun a series entitled Man on the Street, in which we pose question to people within the community for their thoughts on current issues. This week’s question was “How do you feel about Chatham County Schools redistricting?”

Richie Honored During United Negro College Fund’s An Evening Of Stars

By | September 23, 2009

An all-star lineup of performers and presenters came out to celebrate the career and commitment to education of Lionel Richie at the taping of UNCF’s 31st annual television special, An Evening of Stars(R) on this past Saturday, September 12. UNCF presented Richie with the Award of Excellence for his successful career and longtime support for education. Richie is a graduate … Continue reading “Richie Honored During United Negro College Fund’s An Evening Of Stars”

West ChathamTeachers Attend AVID Summer Institute in Atlanta

By | September 23, 2009

On July 19, 2009 several teachers and Administrators from West Chatham Middle School attended the week long AVID Summer Institute in Atlanta, GA. The week was dedicated to training and educating school staff from across the world on implementing and supporting the AVID program. AVID is designed to increase school wide learning and performance. The Mission of AVID is to … Continue reading “West ChathamTeachers Attend AVID Summer Institute in Atlanta”

Divine Divas Needed

By | September 23, 2009

Calling all Divine Divas 50 and over!!! The Natalie Reynolds Young Women’s Initiative needs you to compete in the 1st Woman of God Extravaganza. This event will showcase your talent as well as your fashion style. Come out and show the young women how true Divas strut their stuff. For more details please contact Taknea Wallace at 912-631-0688 or LaShawn … Continue reading “Divine Divas Needed”

North Receives St. Joseph/Candler’s Lientz Award

By | September 23, 2009

Wanda Kay North, St. Joseph’s/Candler’s Manager of the Center for Clinical Research, is this year’s St. Joseph’s/Candler Lientz Award recipient. North received the prestigious award because of her compassion, care, drive for quality and the helping hand she extends to all. She’s been nominated by her co-workers many times over the years. In the nomination process, one of North’s coworkers … Continue reading “North Receives St. Joseph/Candler’s Lientz Award”

Football Classic Job Fair set for September 25 in Atlanta

By | September 23, 2009

State Labor Commissioner Michael Thurmond recently announced that the Georgia Department of Labor and 100 Black Men of Atlanta will co-sponsor the Ninth Annual Atlanta Football Classic Job fair in conjunction with this year’s game between the Tennessee State Tigers and the Florida A&M Rattlers. “This annual event is an excellent way to bring employers and job seekers together to … Continue reading “Football Classic Job Fair set for September 25 in Atlanta”