SPORTS WITH WALTER MOORE

By | April 02, 2014

Former SSU Athlete Mayfield Passes Former Savannah State football player Luther Mayfield died on March 24. Mayfield, 54,who was living in Toledo, Ohio, recently went open heart surgery. The Royston, Georgia native played on the defensive line for the Tigers in the early 1980s under former coach Frank Ellis. A deacon at Friendship Baptist Church, Mayfield was team captain in … Continue reading “SPORTS WITH WALTER MOORE”

ADA Rock The Runway Huge Success

By | April 02, 2014

Congratulations to the organizers of the American Diabetes Association Rock the Runway Flowerbomb Fashion Show held at Savannah Station on last Saturday evening! Many thanks to Kevin Cartee, Cartee Image Consultants, and Anne Bolyea, Anne Whitton Bolyea Legacy Fund! Thank you to Savannah Arts Academy Junk- 2Funk, Phong Dang, PDK Sounds, Monica McMasters and the B’s from B-Street Salon and … Continue reading “ADA Rock The Runway Huge Success”

SSU Student Receives Recognition At Annual Honors Convocation Ceremony

By | April 02, 2014

Asia M. Stinson, a junior at Savannah State University (SSU), was recognized as SSU’s 2014 University System of Georgia Board of Regents Academic Achievement Award recipient during the university’s annual Honors Convocation ceremony held on March 27. Stinson was one of 31 students in the University System of Georgia to be honored by the Georgia General Assembly during its 2014 … Continue reading “SSU Student Receives Recognition At Annual Honors Convocation Ceremony”

AKA Releases Timeless Service In Gamma Sigma Omega Chapter History Book

By | April 02, 2014

In January 2014, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, Gamma Sigma Omega Chapter, under the leadership of Tarangula B. Scott, president, released their history book entitled “Timeless Service in Gamma Sigma Omega Chapter” at the Greenbriar Children’s Center. Gamma Sigma Omega shares a historical relation with Greenbriar Children’s Center, Inc. and felt it was appropriate to unveil their history book at … Continue reading “AKA Releases Timeless Service In Gamma Sigma Omega Chapter History Book”

YFACE/ Jr. Toastmasters Youth Leadership Class

By | April 02, 2014

YFACE will begin their 2014 Spring Session of the YFACE / Jr. Toastmasters Youth Leadership Class on Thursday, April 10, 2014 – May 29, 2014. Classes are for one hour from 7pm to 8pm in Conference room C in Memorial Hospital. Classes are free for kids 4 years of age to high school age. Are you afraid to speak in … Continue reading “YFACE/ Jr. Toastmasters Youth Leadership Class”

McCullough Receives Georgia Action Association Award

By | April 02, 2014

Economic Opportunity Authority of Savannah Chatham County is pleased to announce that Martha F. McCullough was a recent recipient of the 2013 Wilbur P. Jones Humanitarian award given by the Georgia Community Action Association. The Wilbur P. Jones award is given annually to a person who embodies the spirit, and commitment of Wilbur P. Jones a respected community activist. EOA … Continue reading “McCullough Receives Georgia Action Association Award”

Local Sorority Observes Black History Month

By | April 02, 2014

Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. NU Chapter held their Black History Month observance program on Sunday, February 23 at Bolden Street Missionary Baptist Church. The Mistress of Ceremony was Soror Stephanie Anderson and the Sorority Dorothy Geter gave an outstanding introduction of the guest speaker, Evangelist Gloria Brown. In her speech, Evangelist Gloria Brown paid homage to all of Savannahs … Continue reading “Local Sorority Observes Black History Month”

Miss Mardi Gras 2014 Crowned

By | April 02, 2014

The Mu Phi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity held their Omega Mardi Gras 2014 last Friday evening at the Savannah Civic Center. Rakeila Manning was crowned Miss Mardi Gras 2014 by the outgoing 2013 Miss Mardi Gras Keyona P. Smith. The First runner-up is Marquita Chambers and Latoya Minor is second runner-up. Rakeila Manning, a Savannah native is the … Continue reading “Miss Mardi Gras 2014 Crowned”

Distinguished Alumna Of The Year

By | April 02, 2014

Dr. Jacquelyn W. Stephens is Savannah State University’s 2014 MEAC Distinguished Alumni Award recipient. Dr. Stephens served as acting head and associate professor of Elementary Education at Savannah State and is a long time advocate for her alma mater, Savannah State University Dr. Stephens has demonstrated her loyal support of this great university by attending numerous campus events and maintaining … Continue reading “Distinguished Alumna Of The Year”

Prospective Nominee, William Lee Smith, III, For County Manager

By | April 02, 2014

A fter a nine-month long search, Al Scott, Chairman of the Chatham County Commission, introduced the name of a prospective nominee for County Manager at Friday’s County Commission meeting. William Lee Smith, III of Goldsboro, North Carolina was nominated to succeed Chatham’s retiring County Manager, Russ Abolt. Scott said Chatham County has been well-served with Abolt’s twenty-six years of dedicated … Continue reading “Prospective Nominee, William Lee Smith, III, For County Manager”