Sports with Walter Moore

By | November 18, 2009

Tigers Win Opener Savannah State opened up a close game with a 10-2 run and went on to defeat Webber International 65-51 at Tiger Arena on November 13 before a crowd of 1,344. Louis Arnold had 16 points and 13 rebounds while Tracy Rankins added 12 points and Rashad Hassan scored 11. SSU (1-0) led by two midway in the … Continue reading “Sports with Walter Moore”

Savannah State to Celebrate 119 Years

By | November 18, 2009

Savannah State University (SSU) will celebrate 119 years as an institution of higher learning during the annual Founders Day observance on Monday, Nov. 23, at 6 p.m. in Tiger Arena. The program, which is free and open to the public, will include an address by Luetta Colvin Milledge, Ph.D., retired professor/department head of Humanities and Fine Arts at Savannah State, … Continue reading “Savannah State to Celebrate 119 Years”

An Historic Step Toward Health Care for All Americans

By | November 18, 2009

Washington, DC — The U.S. House of Representatives, under Democratic leadership, has taken a giant, historic step to bring quality and affordable health care to all Americans. And I mean all Americans _ regardless of race, gender, age, and income status. In my more than 38 years of serving in the U.S. Congress, I don’t think I have ever been … Continue reading “An Historic Step Toward Health Care for All Americans”

Sigma Tau Chapter Supports Breast Cancer Awareness Month

By | November 18, 2009

The Sigma Tau Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated at Armstrong Atlantic State University, supported Breast Cancer Awareness Month with a Breast Cancer Tea held at the Compass Point Clubhouse on October 26, 2009. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and the members decided on a Tea for the sororities on campus. The program started with a warm welcome … Continue reading “Sigma Tau Chapter Supports Breast Cancer Awareness Month”

Savannah State Announces 2010 Black Heritage Festival

By | November 18, 2009

The 2010 Savannah Black Heritage Festival will explore Our Journey From a Glorious Past Feb. 6-21. The festival is presented by The City of Savannah and Savannah State University, and all events and activities are free of admission and open to the public. Each year, the festival presents activities for every age and interest. Cultural education and exposure to the … Continue reading “Savannah State Announces 2010 Black Heritage Festival”

United Way Urges the Community to Give

By | November 18, 2009

Thus far in the 2009 campaign, United Way of the Coastal Empire has raised $4,965,265, 61% of the $8.2 million goal. With just a few days left until United Way announces its final results for the year, we are asking for your help. “Early on we realized that this year presented tremendous challenges,” said United Way Campaign Chair Jeff Kole, … Continue reading “United Way Urges the Community to Give”

West Chatham Students Participate in AVID Day at Ga. Tech

By | November 18, 2009

The West Chatham Middle School AVID program participated in AVID Day at Georgia Tech on Saturday November 7, 2009. The group of 32 students and 6 adult chaperones left at 5:30 a.m. arriving in Atlanta at 10:30am. Georgia Tech and the Atlanta AVID office provided great Tour Guides allowing students and adults an in-depth look at the beautiful sprawling campus … Continue reading “West Chatham Students Participate in AVID Day at Ga. Tech”

Recording Artist James Bignon Produces Free CD Single Dedicated to Donors and Their Families

By | November 18, 2009

James Bignon composed “Gift of Life” CD single and a series of Public Service Announcements (PSA’s) to help increase organ and tissue donations within religious communities. Bignon stated, “That organ and tissue donation in a format designed to inform is key to saving the lives of women, men, and children in our region.” James Bignon along with the Deliverance Mass … Continue reading “Recording Artist James Bignon Produces Free CD Single Dedicated to Donors and Their Families”

Walker Installed as President of Home Builders Association of Greater Savannah

By | November 18, 2009

Jim Walker, President of The Lindadan Corporation, was recently installed as President of the Home Builders Association of Greater Savannah. Walker was installed by his brother, Josh Walker at Hyatt Regency with over 100 guests, family and friends in attendance. Walker been building and renovating homes in Savannah for over 14 years. He has served in numerous roles with the … Continue reading “Walker Installed as President of Home Builders Association of Greater Savannah”

Putney Receives Outstanding Georgia Citizen Award

By | November 18, 2009

James Putney was presented with the Outstanding Georgia Citizen Award on November 9, 2009 by Senator Lester Jackson, and signed by Secretary of State Karen Handel. Putney serves as District Director of Georgia’s PTA’s 6th District, which encompasses 13 counties. Putney has held the position for three years, and was recognized for his time and efforts as an advocate for … Continue reading “Putney Receives Outstanding Georgia Citizen Award”