Tigers Drop Road Games Savannah State fell to 4-5 on the season after dropping road games last week. With the score tied at 49, Bowling Green out-scored SSU 11-2 down the stretch to defeat SSU 59-51 on December 3. Tracy Rankins scored 24 points for the Tigers while Louis Arnold had 13 points and 9 rebounds. SSU traveled to Pittsburgh, … Continue reading “Sports with Walter Moore”
The 100 Black Men of America, Inc., The Michael Baisden Show and The National CARES Mentoring Movement have issued a national challenge to encourage adults to become more engaged in the community as mentors. The National Mentoring Training Day will officially launch during the 100’s annual Chapter Summit in South Florida on December 12th beginning at 1 p.m. at Antioch … Continue reading “100 Black Men of America and The Michael Baisden Show Partner to Encourage Mentorship”
First African Baptist Church, the oldest black church in North America will celebrate 232 years of serving God and the community. It was constituted in December, 1777 under the leadership of Rev. George Leile. This year the Rev., Dr. Steve Bland, Jr. of Liberty Temple Baptist Church, Detroit, Michigan will share in the weekend festivities. He will facilitate a church … Continue reading “Bridging the Gap: Linking our History with Our Destiny””
All seniors are encouraged to participate in the Golden Age Program at the beautiful Tatemville Lake and Community Center, Monday-Friday 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 333 Coleman St. Enjoy good fellowship, hot meals daily, crafts, shopping trips, computer class gardening & more. For more info call 691-6289.
BAGRAM AIRFIELD, Afghanistan — Soldiers from the 3rd Infantry Division’s Combat Aviation Brigade uncased their colors in a transfer of authority ceremony at Bagram Airfield, Nov. 24. The 3rd Infantry Division is a worldrenowned fighting organization that is known for two things: starting a fight, and finishing one,” said Col. Don Galli, commander of the 3rd CAB. The majority of … Continue reading “3rd Combat Aviation Brigade Arrives in Afghanistan”
Kim-Nee Janese Stewart, a 1998 graduate of Beach High School, and a 2002 graduate of Georgia Southern University is now a candidate for graduation from the MBA program at Savannah State University to be held on Saturday, December 12, 2009 at 10:00 a.m. She is the daughter of Michael and Sharon Stewart, both graduates of Beach High and sister to … Continue reading “Stewart to Receive MBA Degree”
The young men of A.S.P.I.R.E. of DeRenne Middle School organized a successful canned food drive for needy families, which began on November 9 and ended on November 23. Over 500 cans were collected from the students, faculty, and staff of DeRenne Middle School and donated to the Second Harvest Food Bank. The goal was to make the Thanksgiving holiday a … Continue reading “A.S.P.I.R.E. Students Help Needy Families in the Community”
Commissioner Priscilla Thomas and members of the Summer Bonanza Board will once again host a Holiday Bonanza give-away for families challenged by the current downturn in the economy. This will be the second year in a row that the Summer Bonanza program has provided support to qualified families participating in the Summer Bonanza Program. The event will be held at … Continue reading “Turkeys for Families Impacted by the Economic Downturn”
Sharon Chapter #2 Order of Eastern Star of the International Free and Accepted Masons and Order of Eastern Stars enjoyed working together during their Thanksgiving Holiday Giveaway to families in need.
Pastor Jerome William Baker and the Bethel Family cordially extend an invitation to have you join us for the last Holy Communion of 2009. This will be a candlelight service on December 13, 2009 beginning at 5: 00 p. m. We welcome you to worship with us at this special service. In observing Communion we are remembering Christ and all … Continue reading “Bethel Announces Candlelight, Watch Night Services”