Sports with Walter Moore

By | January 06, 2010

Lady Tigers Fall Below .500 The Savannah State women’s basketball team fell to 8-9 on the season after losses to Georgia and Texas Tech. Georgia, who was ranked 9th in the nation, downed SSU 80-45 in Tiger Arena before over 2,000 fans on December 30. UGA had runs of 27-3 and 22-4 to put SSU away. Crissa Jackson had 14 … Continue reading “Sports with Walter Moore”

West is Liberty County’s First Black Female Bailiff

By | January 06, 2010

Liberty County has its first African American female Bailiff. Marguerite West made history when she began her first day as a bailiff on October 19, 2009. West took the post after a very distinguished military career. She served in the Army National Guard on a AGR tour which required her to report to duty on daily basis. As a full … Continue reading “West is Liberty County’s First Black Female Bailiff”

She’s Back: The Author Behind the Pen, Dorothy R. Roberts-Futch

By | January 06, 2010

Educating and guiding children are tasks that simply cannot be neglected as they are the future. A series of touching stories await young readers in All About Life: A Collection of Children Stories, the new children’s book authored by Dorothy R. Roberts-Futch and released by Xlibris. Filled with drama and lively il1ustrations, All About Life: A Collection of Children Stories … Continue reading “She’s Back: The Author Behind the Pen, Dorothy R. Roberts-Futch”

A. E. Beach High Chess Team Helps Miracle on May Street

By | January 06, 2010

On December 19, 2009, members of the Beach High Chess Team donated and distributed toys to under-privileged youth, as part of the May Street YMCA’s Annual toy give away, “Miracle on May Street”. The annual program gave a book, a teddy bear, two toys and a bag of clothing to each child. The chess players realize that life is full … Continue reading “A. E. Beach High Chess Team Helps Miracle on May Street”

Inaugural Basketball Camp at West Broad Street YMCA a Huge Success

By | January 06, 2010

The inaugural basketball camp at the West Broad Street YMCA with former Harlem Globetrotters Larry “Gator” Rivers, Tyrone “Hollywood” Brown, and Wayne “AB” Clark was a huge success! Over the three days nearly 55 kids got to learn the basic skills of the game while learning about how to work with others, play well, and love themselves. “I have been … Continue reading “Inaugural Basketball Camp at West Broad Street YMCA a Huge Success”

Chinese Delegates Visit Hinesville

By | January 06, 2010

Coastal Georgia is a unique region of economic development with opportunities to partner with international and domestic companies for growth. Savannah, Hinesville and Brunswick are local cities that have taken advantage of their potential to grow internationally with China. Recently, the City of Hinesville formalized its sister city relationship with the City of Yichun, China. Six delegates visited Hinesville on … Continue reading “Chinese Delegates Visit Hinesville”

Ruth Chapter #3’s Annual Christmas Fellowship A Success

By | January 06, 2010

On December 18,2009, at 6:00pm, Ruth Chapter #3 Order of The Eastern Star, held its Annual “Jesus Is the Reason for the Season” Christmas Fellowship. In spite of the inclement weather, there was a large crowd, and would like to thank their guests who came out to worship with them. They were blessed with Prayers, Testimonies, Games, Prizes, Food and … Continue reading “Ruth Chapter #3’s Annual Christmas Fellowship A Success”

UNCF Receives Art of Renowned Artist Benny Andrews

By | January 06, 2010

UNCF–the United Negro College Fund–the nation’s largest and most effective minority education organization has announced that the Benny Andrews Foundation selected UNCF to receive 128 pieces of his art collection and to assist with the exhibition of his art in the collections of UNCF’s historically black colleges and universities, African American museums, and other places where people come together to … Continue reading “UNCF Receives Art of Renowned Artist Benny Andrews”

Citizenship Education Workshop A Crowd Pleaser

By | January 06, 2010

On Saturday December 5, 2009, more than one hundred schoolaged children and their parents/ guardians attended the School Citizenship Education Workshop and Christmas Gifts Program, sponsored by The Hungry Club Forum of Savannah, Inc. (HCFS) and co-sponsored by the Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys (GABWA) and the U. S. Census Bureau 2010 Accurate Census Count. Dr. Richardean Golden Anderson, … Continue reading “Citizenship Education Workshop A Crowd Pleaser”

Top Ladies of Distinction, Inc., Sponsor Kiddie Kotillion

By | January 06, 2010

The Savannah Chapter of Top Ladies of Distinction, Incorporated (TLOD) held its annual fundraising event, the Kiddie Kotillion Beautillion, on Saturday, December 12,2009 in the auditorium of Johnson High School. The selected theme for this gala event was “The Magic of Christmas”. Lady Johnnie S. Holmes served as the General Chairperson, along with a dedicated group of Ladies. Within a … Continue reading “Top Ladies of Distinction, Inc., Sponsor Kiddie Kotillion”