Sports with Walter Moore

By | October 21, 2009

Bethune-Cookman   Downs SSU Fred McCaskill ran for 109 yards and scored two touchdowns for Bethune-Cookman, in a 34-24 win over Savannah State at T. A. Wright Stadium. McCaskill scored on a 5-yard run with 12:58 left to give the Wildcats (2-4) a 20-17 lead. After Kurvin Curry scored on a 8 yard run for SSU (1-5) to give the … Continue reading “Sports with Walter Moore”

Shank to Receive the Harold Clurman Corporate Award

By | October 21, 2009

Savannah native Suzanne Shank has been chosen to receive the Harold Clurman Corporate Award for outstanding commitment and contributions to the betterment of community. Shank has been the president and chief executive officer of Siebert Brandford Shank & Co. L.L.C. since the municipal finance firm opened nationally in October 1996, managing its financial and administrative operations in its 12 offices … Continue reading “Shank to Receive the Harold Clurman Corporate Award”

Savannah Tribune Staff Addresses YMCA’s Teen Achievers

By | October 21, 2009

On Saturday, October 10, Savannah Tribune Vice President Tanya Milton, and Managing Editor Marius Davis addressed members of the YMCA’s Teen Achievers and explained the fundamentals of putting together a newspaper. The attentive group asked questions and even formed a “newspaper staff”. The “staff” included Reggie Demery, Nathaniel Butler, Janee Nealy, Elijah Jones, Chanelle Craig, and Christina Lundy. The YMCA … Continue reading “Savannah Tribune Staff Addresses YMCA’s Teen Achievers”

Savannah Arts Academy’s Theatre Department presents The Katrina Project

By | October 21, 2009

The Savannah Arts Academy’s Theatre Department under the direction of Andrea Verdis, Theatre Department Chair, presents their fall play, The Katrina Project: Hell and High Water as dinner theatre on Friday and Saturday, November 6 & 7, with dinner at 6:00 PM and the show at 7:00 PM and Sunday, November 8 with dinner at 1:30 PM and the show … Continue reading “Savannah Arts Academy’s Theatre Department presents The Katrina Project”

Spelman College Launches $150 Million Campaign

By | October 21, 2009

The Campaign for Spelman College is a $150 million fundraising effort that aims to actualize the ambitious goals identified in the institution’s strategic plan for 2015. This is the largest such venture the college has embarked upon in its 128-year history. Beverly Daniel Tatum, Ph.D., Spelman College president, said. “Young women who are choosing to be at Spelman are ready … Continue reading “Spelman College Launches $150 Million Campaign”

Daniel Blalock, III Passes Away

By | October 21, 2009

Former Savannah resident Daniel E. Blalock III, died September 28, 2009, at his home in Burbank, California. Private memorial services will be held in Savannah, Georgia and Tampa, Florida at a later date. Daniel was born March 23, 1944 in Savannah, Georgia to Virginia Robinson Blalock and the late Daniel E. Blalock Jr. He attended Alfred E. Beach High School … Continue reading “Daniel Blalock, III Passes Away”

Letter to the Editor: Frank Callen’s Legacy In Danger

By | October 21, 2009

Why tear down one legacy to try to build another? Is there anyone else in this community who feels that it was grossly insensitive for the present Callen Board of directors to create a series of Boys & Girls Clubs, in this community, and name the Flag Ship Club, Boys and Girls Club of Greater Savannah? Then relegate the founder, … Continue reading “Letter to the Editor: Frank Callen’s Legacy In Danger”

Savannah Film Festival Begins October 31

By | October 21, 2009

The 12th annual Savannah Film Festival, hosted by the Savannah College of Art and Design, will take place from Saturday, October 31- Saturday, November 7. Films to receive special gala screenings will include Jean-Marc Vallée’s “The Young Victoria”; Oren Moverman’s “The Messenger,” with Moverman and stars Woody Harrelson and Ben Foster in attendance; Grant Heslov’s “The Men Who Stare at … Continue reading “Savannah Film Festival Begins October 31”

SCCPSS Director Wins 2009 Phil Pickens Leadership Award

By | October 21, 2009

Dr. Mikki Garcia, senior director of the SCCPSS Department for Exceptional Children, was awarded the prestigious 2009 Phil Pickens Leadership Award by the Georgia Department of Education’s Parent Mentor Partnership. The award was presented to Dr. Garcia on October 14, 2009 during the 8th Annual Parent Mentor Partnership Kick-off Conference held in Cordele, Georgia. The Phil Pickens Leadership Award is … Continue reading “SCCPSS Director Wins 2009 Phil Pickens Leadership Award”

Masquerade Ball to Benefit Union Mission

By | October 21, 2009

Spine & Sport, along with honorary chair, Jan Kramer will host the First Annual Masquerade Ball benefiting Union Mission. The event will be held on October 23, 2009 at 2 Car Garage Art Gallery on Broughton Street from 7:00pm-11:00pm. The attire is costume or cocktail and masks will be available at the door for guests. The cost of tickets is … Continue reading “Masquerade Ball to Benefit Union Mission”