100 Black Men hold 15th Annual Grand Gala Affair

By | April 06, 2011

On Saturday, April 2, 2011, the 100 Black Men of Savannah, Inc. held its Fifteenth Annual Grand Gala Affair at the Savannah International Trade and Convention Center. The affair affords the organization the opportunity to raise funds to continue its work of youth-oriented programs. Also, the men present scholarships to senior students involved in its Leadership Academy who will be … Continue reading “100 Black Men hold 15th Annual Grand Gala Affair”

SSU Presidential Scholarship Gala Set for April 30

By | April 06, 2011

The Savannah State University (SSU) 2011 Presidential Scholarship Gala will be held at 7 p.m., Saturday, April 30, at Tiger Arena on the SSU campus. This year’s gala theme, “Expanding the Rising Legacy,” will reflect upon the university’s continued efforts to assure a lasting legacy for generations to come. Proceeds from the university’s premier fundraiser will benefit the Presidential Scholarship … Continue reading “SSU Presidential Scholarship Gala Set for April 30”

Congressional Black Caucus Celebrates 40 Years

By | April 06, 2011

I t has been four decades since 13 legislators made history with the establishment of the Congressional Black Caucus. Marking the caucus’ 40th anniversary, former and current members of the organization, which has tripled in size to 43 members, gathered in the U.S. Capitol in the Statuary Hall to toast the milestone. Considered the conscience of Congress, the CBC is … Continue reading “Congressional Black Caucus Celebrates 40 Years”

Gill Selected as President and CEO of Memorial Health

By | April 06, 2011

The Memorial Health Board of Directors announced today that it has named Margaret “Maggie” Gill to become the next president and chief executive officer of Memorial Health. She was selected to lead Memorial by a vote at last night’s regularly scheduled board meeting. Gill joined Memorial in 2004 as vice president for managed care and finance and was promoted to … Continue reading “Gill Selected as President and CEO of Memorial Health”

Savannah Fire and Emergency Services Names Assistant Fire Chiefs

By | April 06, 2011

A veteran Savannah firefighter and an Atlanta-area fire chief have been selected to serve as assistant fire chiefs for Savannah Fire and Emergency Services. Savannah Fire Chief Charles G. Middleton announces the appointment of Ben Morse to the permanent position of Assistant Chief, Operations. Morse has led the department’s Operations Division in an acting capacity since late 2009. Morse is … Continue reading “Savannah Fire and Emergency Services Names Assistant Fire Chiefs”

Health Restoration

By | April 06, 2011

Nutrition is the key to a healthy life. It is time to get the right information about what health is, and what constitutes a healthy choice. I bring to clients the newest and best information on how to stop the progression of illness, and where possible to reverse illness. We have been able to bring considerable, measurable results in nearly … Continue reading “Health Restoration”

Music Medicine Institute Partners with Live Oak Public Libraries

By | April 06, 2011

As part of its programs serving the needs of the families of Savannah’s heroic, often deployed servicemen and women, the Music Medicine Institute (MMI) and the Live Oak Public Libraries are presenting a series of free events to coincide with April’s nationwide celebration of the Month of the Military Child. Of special note is a one-day program for children to … Continue reading “Music Medicine Institute Partners with Live Oak Public Libraries”

Obesity is Out When Students Get in Shape

By | April 06, 2011

The Georgia Department of Community Health (DCH), in partnership with Georgia Action for Healthy Kids and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, hosted the 2nd Annual Georgia Schools Wellness Summit: New Avenues of Academic Achievement. Under the DCH Nutrition and Physical Activity Initiative, the partnership and summit were a direct response to improving the health status of Georgia’s children and youth by … Continue reading “Obesity is Out When Students Get in Shape”

The Last Days of Lent

By | April 06, 2011

Sunday, March 27, the third Sunday in Lent signaled Easter’s imminent arrival, less than a month away. As days lengthen and daylight hours grow longer, Lent shortens, announcing that the yearly commemoration of the Resurrection is at hand. Local churches make silent announcement about the Church season as wooden crosses, their stiff arms draped in purple, remind passersby that this … Continue reading “The Last Days of Lent”

Pastoral Appreciation Celebration at Pentecostal Miracle Deliverance

By | April 06, 2011

It’s a celebration at Pentecostal Miracle Deliverance Center. “Leadership worth Celebrating” – We honor our Pastor, Bishop James Wright and our First Lady Minister Myra Wright in Appreciation Services held April 6-8 and 10, 2011. Services held Wednesday-Friday will be at 7:30 p.m. and the Sunday service will be at 4:30 p.m. Guest speakers will be: April6 Apostle Willie B. … Continue reading “Pastoral Appreciation Celebration at Pentecostal Miracle Deliverance”