Remembering When…

By | February 17, 2016

The Savannah Pharmacy was started by the Lee Chemical Company, of Albany, GA, around 1907. In 1914, Dr. Walter E. Moody and Dr. Joseph Earl Fonvielle, a native of North Carolina and graduate of Howard University Pharmacy School, purchased the business from the Lee Chemical Company with the help of a loan from the Wage Earners Bank. Doctors Moody and … Continue reading “Remembering When…”

Coastal Jazz Presents Peter and Will Anderson Trio

By | February 17, 2016

Coastal Jazz Association presents Sunday Jazz with the Peter & Will Anderson Trio at Johnny Harris Restaurant, February 21st from 5:00pm–7:00pm. Sunday Jazz Concert Series features locally, regionally, and nationally accomplished jazz musicians performing in Savannah every month. The concerts support Savannah Jazz Festival, student scholarships, and Coastal Jazz Association’s mission to strengthen and perpetuate Savannah’s Jazz traditions. General admission … Continue reading “Coastal Jazz Presents Peter and Will Anderson Trio”

Savannah Black Heritage Festival Continues

By | February 17, 2016

The 27th Annual Savannah Black Heritage Festival celebrated Grand Festival Day last Saturday, February 13, with an array of family-oriented activities and a star-studded evening concert at the Savannah Civic Center. The day kicked off with health and wellness activities. Walk Georgia sponsored a health walk from the Civic Center to Forsyth Park and back. The Grand Festival Day Ribbon-Cutting … Continue reading “Savannah Black Heritage Festival Continues”

Political Action Committee of the Savannah Branch NAACP To Host Political Forum

By | February 17, 2016

In preparation for the March 1st special election to fill the unexpired Chatham County Sheriff’s term, the Political Action Committee of the Savannah Branch NAACP will host a political forum on Thursday, February 18, 6:30PM at Greater Gaines Chapel AME Church located at 1006 May Street. Roy J. Harris III, McArthur Holmes, Kimberly G. Middleton, John T. Wilcher, and A. … Continue reading “Political Action Committee of the Savannah Branch NAACP To Host Political Forum”

Super Tuesday, March 1st: Special Election

By | February 17, 2016

Early voting for the March 1 presidential primaries and the special election for Chatham County Sheriff is in progress. Voters who registered by the Feb. 1 deadline may vote early in person at the Voter Registration office, 1117 Eisenhower Drive, Suite E, Savannah, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday-Friday through Feb. 26. One day of Saturday voting has been scheduled … Continue reading “Super Tuesday, March 1st: Special Election”

“Shaken But Not Shattered: Stories Of Faith, Freedom And Resistance.”

By | February 17, 2016

On Sunday, February 21, at 5:00 p.m., Lillian Grant-Baptiste and the Historic First Bryan Baptist Church’s Mass Choir will perform “Shaken but Not Shattered: Stories of Faith, Freedom and Resistance.” This program is sponsored by the 27th Annual Savannah Black Heritage Festival and it promises to be a moving and unforgettable event. The program will take place at the Historic … Continue reading ““Shaken But Not Shattered: Stories Of Faith, Freedom And Resistance.””

MLK Pharmacy Holds Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

By | February 17, 2016

On Wednesday, February 10, a ribbon cutting ceremony took place to welcome in The MLK Pharmacy, located on 718 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd, Ste A. The pharmacy is a locally owned and family operated full service pharmacy. With 15 years of pharmaceutical experience, they offer prompt, professional services with the highest quality of pharmaceutical care. The pharmacy accepts most … Continue reading “MLK Pharmacy Holds Ribbon Cutting Ceremony”

SSU Indie Film Festival Gathering

By | February 17, 2016

This past Thursday, Savannah State University’s Journalism and Mass Communications department held it’s 2nd Film Gathering in preparation for the 2nd Annual SSU Indie Film Festival. The Film Fest will take place over a two-day period, beginning April 13th through April 14th. Students, faculty, and staff came together to present trailers of their previous work and even productions that are … Continue reading “SSU Indie Film Festival Gathering”

February Is Age-Related Macular Degeneration/ Low Vision Awareness Month by Dr. J. A. Parker

By | February 17, 2016

Macular degeneration (or AMD) is an age-related condition in which a part of the retina, called the macula, starts to break down and lose its ability to create clear vision. The macula is responsible for central vision – that part of our sight we use to read, drive and recognize faces. Side vision (or peripheral vision) is unaffected by AMD. … Continue reading “February Is Age-Related Macular Degeneration/ Low Vision Awareness Month by Dr. J. A. Parker”

Curtis V. Cooper Primary Health Care Volunteer Services Program

By | February 17, 2016

Curtis V. Cooper Primary Health Care, Inc. (CVCPHC) is proud to announce it’s Volunteer Service Program to the Savannah Community. The program’s mission is to provide residents an opportunity to share your time, talents and experience with the organization. You can assist the CVCPHC family by volunteering a few hours of your day at one of our 7 convenient locations. … Continue reading “Curtis V. Cooper Primary Health Care Volunteer Services Program”