Sports with Walter Moore

By | March 17, 2010

Worthen Leads SSU Golf Dominique Worthen shot 229 and finished tied for 11th to lead Savannah State to a 8th place finish at the Coca-Cola Intercollegiate played at the Hunter Golf Club on March 12-13. Worthern shot 75, 76 and 78 to finish +13. The Tigers had a team score of 947 (308+309+330). Vonnetta Epps represented the SSU women and … Continue reading “Sports with Walter Moore”

New Covenant Church to hold Spring Carnival

By | March 17, 2010

All are welcome to attend a Community Spring Carnival on Saturday, March 27, from 11:00am – 2:00 pm, held at Hull Park (Corner of 55th St. and Atlantic Ave.). Please come out to enjoy a fun-packed time for the entire family! The Spring Carnival activities include food, egg hunts, games, prizes, Sillydilly the Clown, and more! This is a day … Continue reading “New Covenant Church to hold Spring Carnival”

Authors Present Book to Mayor in Observance of Women’s History Month

By | March 17, 2010

In honor of Women’s History Month, Pam Oglesby and Brenda Roberts appeared before the City Council during their weekly meeting to present them with a copy of their newly published book “Savannah’s Black First Ladies, Vol. 1”. Eight years in the making, Savannah’s Black “First Ladies” is a remarkable collection of short biographies which recognizes African- American women in Savannah … Continue reading “Authors Present Book to Mayor in Observance of Women’s History Month”

Chisolm to Speak at the School of Law & Criminal Justice at Savannah High

By | March 17, 2010

Mr. Larry Chisolm, Chatham County District Attorney, will speak to the students of the 21st Century Community Learning Centers at the School of Law and Criminal Justice at Savannah High. Mr. Chisolm will talk about growing up in the Savannah community, his career, and recent appointment as the first African- American DA in Chatham county. The event will take place … Continue reading “Chisolm to Speak at the School of Law & Criminal Justice at Savannah High”

Red Dragons Support Local Head Start Fatherhood Program

By | March 17, 2010

The 2-306th Field Artillery Battalion Red Dragons, from the 188th Infantry Brigade, First Army Division East, have partnered with the Coastal Georgia Community Action Authority, Inc. Liberty County Head Start Fatherhood program. Members of 2- 306th FA Battalion make weekly visits to their sponsored school and to interact with the nine classes of three to five-year-olds in the classroom during … Continue reading “Red Dragons Support Local Head Start Fatherhood Program”

The Savannah Urban Arts Festival Announces a Call for Participation

By | March 17, 2010

The Savannah Urban Arts Festival announces an open call for vendors and artists of all types; including filmmakers, musicians, visual artists and others who are interested in participating in the festival, which runs April 18-25, 2010 at venues throughout Savannah. Deadline is March 31st for visual artists and musicians, and March 19th for filmmakers. If all slots are filled, submissions … Continue reading “The Savannah Urban Arts Festival Announces a Call for Participation”

Savannah First District O.E.S. – P.H.A. Recaps 1st Quarter

By | March 17, 2010

The Savannah First District Order of Eastern Star – Prince Hall Affiliation held its annual meeting January 16, 2010 to strategize the 2010 goals and elect officers. The elected officers are Sister Eddie Lee Marsh, District Worthy Matron, Brother Willie L. Williams, District Worthy Patron, Sis. Frankie Totten, Associate District Matron, Bro. Paul Hudson, District Associate Patron, Sis. Rose White, … Continue reading “Savannah First District O.E.S. – P.H.A. Recaps 1st Quarter”

Savannah State Awarded $6,000 for Budgetball Initiative

By | March 17, 2010

Savannah State University (SSU) has been awarded $6,000 to participate in the Budgetball Civic Engagement Initiative, which is designed to help young adults take charge of their financial futures. The funds will be used to support a Budgetball Scholarship, help implement a Budgetball tournament and other related activities. Budgetball is an innovative sport that combines fiscal strategy and physical play. … Continue reading “Savannah State Awarded $6,000 for Budgetball Initiative”

Wheel of Fortune’s “Wheelmobile” Team Rolls in to Savannah

By | March 17, 2010

Wheel of Fortune’s Wheelmobile, the show’s promotional vehicle, will be in Savannah in search of some good game players who are energetic, enthusiastic and fun. Viewers who are interested in being a contestant on an upcoming episode are invited to attend. Fans will have the opportunity to fill out an application, have his or her name drawn at random to … Continue reading “Wheel of Fortune’s “Wheelmobile” Team Rolls in to Savannah”

Mario Badie Named Savannah Technical College 2010 GOAL Winner

By | March 17, 2010

Marion “Mario” Badie, a student in the Management and Supervisory Development associate degree program has been named the 2010 GOAL (Georgia Occupational Award of Leadership) winner for Savannah Technical College. He was selected by a panel of community-based judges and will represent the college at a regional competition in Fitzgerald later this month before participating in the statewide GOAL event … Continue reading “Mario Badie Named Savannah Technical College 2010 GOAL Winner”