Breast Cancer Awareness

By | October 22, 2014

Holy Spirit Lutheran Church located at 622 E. 37th Street will be having free breast screening on October 25th at 10 a.m.-2 p.m. We will also have breast cancer awareness Sunday on October 26th at 11 a.m. located and we are asking everyone to wear pink. Rev. W. James Nelson is the Pastor.

From The “Mountaintop To Mainstreet”

By | October 22, 2014

From the “Mountaintop to Mainstreet” is a powerful riveting documentary that deals with Poverty in America. The documentary focuses on the connection of the Poor Peoples Campaign. This would have been an initiative that was to be kicked off by Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. But the initiative was snuffed out by an … Continue reading “From The “Mountaintop To Mainstreet””

Change Your Water…Change Your Life!

By | October 22, 2014

Ionized alkalized restructured Kangen Water ® can help keep your body alkaline. Comments & Lecture Notes by Dr. Mona Harrison, MD, Director International Water Council Cancer tumors cannot live in alkaline water. All cancer patients should be on alkaline water, and you and I should be drinking alkalized water so our bodies won’t provide an environment for cancer tumors to … Continue reading “Change Your Water…Change Your Life!”

The 8th Annual Heritage Dinner And Coastal Showcase Of Savannah

By | October 22, 2014

Noted historian Vaughnette Goode-Walker will bring her brand of cultural enrichment to the Hungry Club Forum of Savannah, Inc.’s Eighth Annual Heritage Dinner and Coastal Showcase of Savannah and the Low Country, on Friday Oct. 24, 2014, in the Carey Hilliard’s Banquet Center, located at 11111 Abercorn Street, in Savannah. A welcoming reception will start at 6:30 PM, followed by … Continue reading “The 8th Annual Heritage Dinner And Coastal Showcase Of Savannah”

SCMPD Gives Back To History-Making Officer

By | October 22, 2014

The Savannah Chatham Metropolitan Police Department has teamed up with the United Way of the Coastal Empire to spruce up the home of retired Savannah Police Lt. John White. Ret. Lt. White is the last surviving member of the “Original Nine” black police officers who joined the force in 1947. White served on the department for 38 years. Prior to … Continue reading “SCMPD Gives Back To History-Making Officer”

Bogans Promoted At International Paper’s Savannah Mill

By | October 22, 2014

Karen Bogans, Manager, Communications for International Paper’s Savannah, Ga., Containerboard Mill, has been promoted to Manager, Mill Learning Leader. In her new leadership role, Karen will be responsible for ensuring consistency of training processes and materials throughout the mill, prioritizing training resources and managing the New Hire Integration Program as part of the company’s Global Manufacturing Training initiative. Karen has … Continue reading “Bogans Promoted At International Paper’s Savannah Mill”

Jason Carter Could Help Build A Better Georgia

By | October 22, 2014

During August 2014, the Bureau of Labor Statistics showed that Georgia had the worst unemployment rate of all of the states in America. Yes, our state ranks 50th in the nation in unemployment. Georgia is also one of the states with the largest percentage of its citizens living in poverty, a very poor ranking among the fifty states in educational … Continue reading “Jason Carter Could Help Build A Better Georgia”

Michelle Nunn Will Be A Great Senator

By | October 22, 2014

It seems that it has been a lifetime since the campaigns started for the selection of a Georgia Senator to assume to seat that is available because of the retirement of Senator Saxby Chambliss. We have had to endure hundreds of misleading television ads. Now, early voting has started and with less than two weeks before the November 4 Election … Continue reading “Michelle Nunn Will Be A Great Senator”

Young Black People Should Vote

By | October 22, 2014

Everyone is encouraged to go out and vote, including young African Americans. African Americans under the age of 26 are the group that is less likely to vote when compared to other groups. In fact, many African Americans in this age group are not even registered. It is unfortunate that young African American voter participation is so low, especially since … Continue reading “Young Black People Should Vote”

Brian Reese For Congress

By | October 22, 2014

Brian Reese is our choice to represent the 1st District of Georgia in the United States Congress. Since he announced his candidacy, he has traveled to all parts of the district that includes rural and inner-city neighborhoods. His message to the voters has not changed, regardless of his audience. We believe his views are clearly in tune with the views … Continue reading “Brian Reese For Congress”