Sports with Walter Moore

By | November 04, 2009

Tigers Win Homecoming 2009 Savannah State broke open a close game by out-scoring Edward Waters 31-12 in the second half as SSU took home a 45-12 Homecoming win before 11,643 fans. Justin Babb led the onslaught with a career-high four touchdowns and Kurvin Curry passed for a career-high 234 yards and two touchdowns. Babb caught a 52 yard touchdown pass … Continue reading “Sports with Walter Moore”

Harambee House Offers Worker Education and Job Training to Chatham County Residents

By | November 04, 2009

The Harambee House, Inc./Citizens for Environmental Justice CCFEJ) is accepting applications until December 4, 2009 for its 2010 Worker Education and Job Training Program. CFEJ’s Worker Education and Job Training Program is open to adult men and women aged 18 and older who are interested in receiving green job training skills in construction, HazMat, lead abatement, mold remediation and asbestos … Continue reading “Harambee House Offers Worker Education and Job Training to Chatham County Residents”

Cheek to Participate in 2010 Georgia Teen USA Pageant

By | November 04, 2009

Whitney Cheek from Savannah, Ga daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Warren and Shirley Cheek has been selected to participate in the 2010 Miss Georgia USA/TEEN USA Pageant. The pageant will take place November 13, 2009 in Cartersville, Ga. She will be competing as Miss Chatham County USA and will compete in swimsuit, evening gown, and personal interview competitions. The pageant … Continue reading “Cheek to Participate in 2010 Georgia Teen USA Pageant”

Interior Approves MLK Memorial Construction

By | November 04, 2009

At a ceremony with Harry E. Johnson, Sr., President of the Washington, DC Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial Project Foundation, Inc., Christine King Ferris, sister to Martin Luther King Jr.; EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson and members of the Black and Hispanic Caucuses, Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar today signed a permit allowing construction of the Martin Luther King, … Continue reading “Interior Approves MLK Memorial Construction”

Savannah Author Inducted Into Red Room Hall of Fame

By | November 04, 2009

Savannah author Aberjhani was inducted October 2009 into the Red Room Hall of Fame and named a “Red Room Founding Author” for his contributions to the literary community and modern literature in general. Other inductees into the Red Room Hall of Fame include celebrated authors Maya Angelou and Terry McMillan; literary icon Ishmael Reed, and a number of others. President … Continue reading “Savannah Author Inducted Into Red Room Hall of Fame”

11th Annual White Coat Ceremony Held for Memorial Explorer Post

By | November 04, 2009

On Thursday, October 22nd, the 11th annual Memorial Medical Explorer Post White Coat ceremony was held for thirty six high school juniors and seniors from the Savannah Chatham Public High Schools. This partnership between Memorial University Medical Center, Armstrong Atlantic State University, Learning for Life and the Savannah Chatham Public School System gives youth the opportunity to do an indepth … Continue reading “11th Annual White Coat Ceremony Held for Memorial Explorer Post”

Bethel AME’s Carrie Butler Women’s Auxillary to hold Annual Day

By | November 04, 2009

On Sunday, November 8, 2009, the Carrie S. Butler Women Auxiliary of Bethel A.M.E. Church will celebrate their annual day at 11 :00 a.m. The guest minister will be the Rev. Lolita Hickman of Connors Temple Baptist Church, where the Rev. Bennie R. Mitchell is the pastor. Rev. Hickman completed seminary and was ordained into the Gospel Ministry in 2007; … Continue reading “Bethel AME’s Carrie Butler Women’s Auxillary to hold Annual Day”

CASA Hosts Annual Dancing with Savannah Stars

By | November 04, 2009

Savannah/Chatham County CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) will host its annual Dancing with Savannah Stars event on Thursday, November 12, at 7:00 p.m. at The Charles Morris Center. This event serves as CASA’s premier fundraiser with proceeds going directly to the support of abused and neglected children in Savannah/Chatham County. This spectacular evening will include dance performances by local celebrities: … Continue reading “CASA Hosts Annual Dancing with Savannah Stars”

SSU Seeks Nominations for Awards to be Presented at Founders’ Day Observance

By | November 04, 2009

Savannah State University is seeking nominations for the Richard R. Wright Award of Excellence and the Cyrus G. Wiley Distinguished Alumnus Award, both of which will be presented during the Founders’ Day observance on Nov. 23 at 6 p.m. in Tiger Arena. The awards are named in honor of the first and second presidents, respectively, of Savannah State. Established in … Continue reading “SSU Seeks Nominations for Awards to be Presented at Founders’ Day Observance”

Fall Festival and Registration for The First Tee of Savannah

By | November 04, 2009

The First Tee of Savannah (TFTS), a youth development organization that teaches life skills utilizing the game of golf, will be hosting a fall festival and registration November 7, 2009 from 10:30 a.m. until noon, at the Mary Calder Golf Course located on the grounds of International Paper. Karen Bogans, Executive Director for TFTS says “The First Tee is a … Continue reading “Fall Festival and Registration for The First Tee of Savannah”