Bet You Didn’t Know: The Telfair’s Collection of African American Art

By | June 03, 2015

A lecture by Courtney McNeil presented by FAAA Thursday, June 25, 6pm | Jepson Center Discover the story of Telfair’s growing collection of African American art, currently featuring over 80 unique pieces! Join Friends of African American Arts (FAAA) for an indepth lecture by Courtney McNeil, Telfair’s Curator of Fine Art and Exhibitions, covering the current state of the collection … Continue reading “Bet You Didn’t Know: The Telfair’s Collection of African American Art”

Dawn Baker Awards $2,000 in Scholarships

By | June 03, 2015

Dawn Baker, WTOC-TV News Anchor and Author has awarded two $1,000 scholarships to deserving local students. The annual scholarship, named “The Dawning of a Miracle Scholarship,” was established to recognize young ladies with chronic/ life-threatening illnesses and other hardships. Dawn was inspired by more than twenty years serving as host of the annual Children’s Miracle Network Telethon, where she has … Continue reading “Dawn Baker Awards $2,000 in Scholarships”

Bill and Melinda Gates Millennium Scholar To Attend Tuskegee

By | June 03, 2015

Keyarria Mack, 18, of Arabia Mountain High School, Lithonia, GA will be attending Tuskegee University in Tuskegee, Alabama in the fall as a Bill and Melinda Gates Millennium Scholar. She will be pursuing a degree in Electrical Engineering with a minor in Physics. Keyarria is one of a thousand scholars selected from 57,000 applicants and of four scholars awarded from … Continue reading “Bill and Melinda Gates Millennium Scholar To Attend Tuskegee”

Law For the People

By | June 03, 2015

Workplace injuries are a matter of everyday life. Whether you are working as a driver, in a factory, or in an office position, injuries happen. Nevertheless, injured workers have rights and remedies. The Workers’ Compensation System sets them forth. Workers’ Compensation is a system permitting injured employees to recover for their lost wages and medical bills as a result of … Continue reading “Law For the People”

One Night Revival Service

By | June 03, 2015

On Monday evening, June 8, 2015 at 7:00 p.m., Rev. Dr. Matthew Odum, Sr. and the Temple of Glory will host a ONE NIGHT REVIVAL. Our guest preacher will be none other than the Presiding Prelate of Global United Fellowship, His Grace, Bishop Neil C. Ellis. Bishop Ellis is the senior pastor of the Mount Tabor Baptist Church of Nassau, … Continue reading “One Night Revival Service”

Cole Appointed to Juvenile Court

By | June 03, 2015

The Judges of the Superior Court of the Eastern Judicial Circuit are pleased to announce that attorney Tom Cole has been appointed as the newest Judge of the Juvenile Court of Chatham County. Judge Cole was selected from a pool of twenty- seven applicants for the vacant position. Judge Cole was previously served as a judge pro tem in Juvenile … Continue reading “Cole Appointed to Juvenile Court”

The Savannah Community Mourns the Loss of Rev. John E. Jennings

By | June 03, 2015

The Reverend John E. Jennings entered into eternal rest on Friday, May 29, 2015 at Candler Hospital surrounded by his loving and devoted family. He was a native of Cope, SC and lived in Savannah many years. He was educated in the public schools of Chatham County and was a graduate of Alfred Ely Beach High School Class of 1949 … Continue reading “The Savannah Community Mourns the Loss of Rev. John E. Jennings”

Savannah Fireghters Receive Awards

By | June 03, 2015

Savannah Fire Chief Charles G. Middleton recognized several Savannah firefighters last Thursday for their actions following a life-threatening traffic accident May 19th. Middleton presented a Certificate of Merit to Advanced Firefighter Kenneth Baker II and an Unit Citation to Engine Company 6B during a morning ceremony at the Thomas Square fire station. The firefighters were recognized for their service following … Continue reading “Savannah Fireghters Receive Awards”

Habitat for Humanity Welcomes New Development & Media Liaison

By | June 03, 2015

A new Development & Media Liaison was hired by Executive Director, Michael Weathers, for Coastal Empire Habitat of Humanity. The new hire was brought on last week to help increase fundraising plans as well as handle media accounts. Lisa Betkoski is a graduate with her Bachelors of Arts in Social Sciences from Stony Brook University in New York. Lisa has … Continue reading “Habitat for Humanity Welcomes New Development & Media Liaison”

Southeast Conference on Positive Behavior Inter ventions To Be Held

By | June 03, 2015

Southeast Conference on Positive Behavior Interventions and Support will be held on Sunday through Tuesday, June 7-9, 2015 at the Coastal Georgia Center. The Southeast Conference on Positive Behavior Interventions and Support (PBIS) is a two and a half day annual conference that provides training for schools and districts for developing school-wide behavioral intervention plans. During this year’s conference, participants … Continue reading “Southeast Conference on Positive Behavior Inter ventions To Be Held”