SPORTS WITH WALTER MOORE

By | October 08, 2014

Norfolk State 14 SSU 7 Savannah State gave a good effort as Leon Prunty threw for a career-high 239 yards and Marquis Smith had a game-high 14 tackles but the Tigers would fall short in their Homecoming game before a crowd of 5,268 fans on October 4. The Spartans missed a field goal on their first drive but scored touchdowns … Continue reading “SPORTS WITH WALTER MOORE”

Mrs. Allie Moody Celebrates 103 Years

By | October 08, 2014

Mrs. Allie Moody, who was born September 23, 1911 is celebrating 103 years of life. She is one of 4 children and the only surviving sibling. She married Robert Moody in September 1928. From this union 4 children were born, Nellie Louise Carroll and Pearl Missouri (both deceased); Mae Catherine Derry and Daniel Moody. Mrs. Moody is a member of … Continue reading “Mrs. Allie Moody Celebrates 103 Years”

Over $100,000 Raised For CASA

By | October 08, 2014

The 7th Annual Dancing with Savannah Stars, held on Thursday, October 2, 2014, was the highest grossing fundraiser yet for Savannah/Chatham County Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), Inc. Through the overwhelming support of event sponsors, donors and attendees, Savannah/Chatham CASA exceeded its goal of $80,000 to sustain programming needs and resources for abused and neglected children in the child welfare … Continue reading “Over $100,000 Raised For CASA”

Prayer Breakfast To Be Held

By | October 08, 2014

Christian New Life Deliverance Ministry Inc. Present Women With A Mission Prayer Breakfast. We are calling all women with a mission to come out an help us praise the most high God! Saturday , October 11, 2014 9:00 am at 207 Television Circle Savannah, Ga. 31406. Host Pastor Apostle B. M. Dortch. For more info. please contact us at 912-239-5416.

AKA Chapters Supports Voter’s Registration

By | October 08, 2014

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated chapters, Gamma Sigma Omega, Gamma Upsilon and Sigma Tau, have partnered with the NAACP Savannah Branch to register eligible voters in Chatham County. Recognizing the critical need to address the unregistered population of eligible voters, the Savannah chapters of Alpha Kappa Alpha scheduled numerous dates and locations in order to identify and encourage voter’s registration. … Continue reading “AKA Chapters Supports Voter’s Registration”

The SSU Homecoming Finale

By | October 08, 2014

Hundreds of Savannah State University students and the Savannah community turned out for the The Homecoming Finale held last Sunday evening at Tiger Arena. The concert featured some amazing talent including The Savannah State University Wesleyan Gospel Choir, RLW of Savannah and Sunday’s Best Season 7 winner Geoffrey Golden. American Idol winner Candace Glover made a surprise appearance. Mayor Protem … Continue reading “The SSU Homecoming Finale”

Dr. S. Henderson To Present 12th Annual Spirit Of Excellence Business Awards

By | October 08, 2014

The 12th Annual Spirit of Excellence Business Awards Gala will showcase the extraordinary accomplishments of the low country’s Middle and High School students. The event will highlight the best and the brightest students in the areas of Entrepreneurship, Leadership, Academics, Performing Arts and Community Service. For the past few years Dr. Henderson has traveled to her native Savannah to present … Continue reading “Dr. S. Henderson To Present 12th Annual Spirit Of Excellence Business Awards”

Blank Page Poetry Words & Shadows

By | October 08, 2014

On Thursday, October 16, at 6:30pm The Telfair presents Words & Shadows: “If Ever These Rivers Should Speak,” a performance of poetic expressions of people and events related to the natural water systems that define Savannah geographically and historically. Directed by artist Jerome Meadows, this performance will encompass spoken word, digitally projected text, drumming, and dance. All of the performers … Continue reading “Blank Page Poetry Words & Shadows”

The Savannah Tribune Celebrates The Life Of Mrs. Annie Coats Jackson

By | October 08, 2014

“May the work I do speak for me.” This familiar quote describes the life and philosophy of Mrs. Annie Coats Jackson, a caring and compassionate woman who committed her life to providing service in a multiplicity of capacities. Annie was known as being a conscientious, enthusiastic, inquisitive and versatile woman as well as a dynamic teacher and leader. God called … Continue reading “The Savannah Tribune Celebrates The Life Of Mrs. Annie Coats Jackson”

We Owe It To Our Forefathers To Vote

By | October 08, 2014

November 4, 2014 is Election Day, but you can vote early beginning October 13. We are emphasizing Early Voting to help eliminate one of the excuses some registered voters use when they fail to go to the polls and vote on Election Day. Frankly, there is no excuse for not voting, but we want our readers to vote early this … Continue reading “We Owe It To Our Forefathers To Vote”