Peacock Promoted to Outreach Coordinator

By | February 03, 2010

The Savannah Development and Renewal Authority (SDRA) is pleased to announce the promotion of Ms. Regina Peacock to the position of Outreach Coordinator. A native of Chicago, Illinois, Regina Peacock joined the staff of Savannah Development and Renewal Authority (SDRA) on an interim basis in 2008 coming on full-time as a Program Assistant in 2009. Ms. Peacock received her Bachelor … Continue reading “Peacock Promoted to Outreach Coordinator”

Savannah State Receives $4 million Grant Award

By | February 03, 2010

Savannah State University was awarded a $4 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for a five-year project that will strengthen the university’s research capacity and infrastructure to promote minority health and eliminate health disparities. The grant was awarded through NIH’s National Center for Minority Health Disparities (NCMHD) through the Research Infrastructure for Minority Institutions (RIMI) program, which … Continue reading “Savannah State Receives $4 million Grant Award”

SSU National Alumni Association Announces Cancellation of Ebony Fashion Fair

By | February 03, 2010

The Savannah State University National Alumni Association Savannah Chapter regrets to announce the cancellation of the February 24th 2010 Ebony Fashion Fair. The Spring 2011 Season’s show was cancelled due to the untimely death of Mrs. Eunice Walker Johnson, Ebony Fashion Fair’s producer and director. The Savannah Chapter apologizes to its Supporters and the community. We are presently in the … Continue reading “SSU National Alumni Association Announces Cancellation of Ebony Fashion Fair”

Concert Series to Feature Ronald Campbell

By | February 03, 2010

The Concert Series of Wesley Monumental Church will feature Ronald Campbell, Bass-baritone in a free concert of arias, art songs, spirituals and hymns on Sunday, February 21 at 3:00 P.M. Wesley Monumental Church is located at 429 Abercorn Street at Calhoun Square in the historic district. A native of Macon, Ronald Campbell studied voice at Macon State College, Howard University … Continue reading “Concert Series to Feature Ronald Campbell”

Savage to Keynote Meritorious Awards Dinner

By | February 03, 2010

Frank Callen Boys & Girls Club Alumni and Friends Association, Inc present Carter Julian Savage, Ed.D, as the Keynote Speaker for the 7th. Annual Meritorious Service Awards Dinner on Saturday, February 6, 2010, 6:00 P.M. Dr. Carter Julian Savage is the Chief Idea Officer for IAM Consulting. Concurrently, he is an Associate at the W.E.B Du Bois Institute for African … Continue reading “Savage to Keynote Meritorious Awards Dinner”

State of Georgia Announces Job Training Partnership with Microsoft

By | February 03, 2010

Governor Sonny Perdue recently announced that Georgia and Microsoft will combine efforts in a unique, public-private partnership to provide free technology training to displaced workers. “This partnership will provide thousands of Georgians with the education and skills required to succeed in the new economy,” Governor Perdue said. Microsoft is partnering with the Governor’s Office of Workforce Development to distribute a … Continue reading “State of Georgia Announces Job Training Partnership with Microsoft”

Bethel Missionary’s Youth Choir to Celebrate 3rd Anniversary

By | February 03, 2010

The Youth Ministry of Bethel Missionary Baptist Church extends an invitation to you to come and share with them in their 3rd Youth Anniversary. Please come and be blessed with song, dance, poem, and praise. The celebration will be held o February 28, 2010 at 5 p.m. We are inviting the surrounding youth choirs, this is a new year, and … Continue reading “Bethel Missionary’s Youth Choir to Celebrate 3rd Anniversary”

President to Propose New Small Business Jobs and Wages Tax Cut

By | February 03, 2010

WASHINGTON, DC – Recently in Baltimore, Maryland, President Obama announced details of the Small Business Jobs and Wages Tax Cut, one of his new proposals to create good jobs in America. In Wednesday’s State of the Union Address, President Obama outlined a series of ways he will fight to create good paying jobs and continue our economic recovery. One of … Continue reading “President to Propose New Small Business Jobs and Wages Tax Cut”

The 2009 Junior League Thrift Sale Raises $126,898.00

By | February 03, 2010

The Junior League of Savannah recently held its 62nd Annual Thrift Sale, its largest annual fundraiser to support its community projects. This year’s event raised a total of $126,898.00 for advocacy for women and children. “We are excited that this year’s event was so successful, especially since the money we raise is used to fund our projects to help the … Continue reading “The 2009 Junior League Thrift Sale Raises $126,898.00”

Mont Zion to hold Women’s Prayer Breakfast

By | February 03, 2010

On Saturday, February 13, 2010, the Women of Mount Zion Baptist Church will host a Prayer Breakfast at 8:30 AM. The guest speaker will be Minister Lolita Hickman of the Connor’s Temple Baptist Church where the Reverend Dr. Bennie R. Mitchell is pastor. Minister Hickman has a great passion for the exposition of the word of God. We thank God … Continue reading “Mont Zion to hold Women’s Prayer Breakfast”