Women’s History Month

By | March 23, 2016

Commissioner Thomas was elected to the Chatham County Commission, District 8, in 1990. Her fellow Commissioners elected her Vice Chairman of the Board. Dr. Thomas is a native of Savannah and graduated from Tompkins High School. She holds a B.S. degree in Elementary Education from Savannah State College, a Master’s degree in Education and Administration/Supervision from Bradley University and a … Continue reading “Women’s History Month”

Caribbean Dance Party: Creole Soul with Etienne Charles

By | March 23, 2016

Trumpeter Etienne Charles leads this dance party, presenting a night of Afro-Caribbean music that is sure to keep the dance floor rockin’ as the 2016 Savannah Music Festival continues. Join in the fun on Saturday evening, March 26 at the Charles Morris Center. Over the years, jazz music has been expanded and revitalized through the cultivation of new influences within … Continue reading “Caribbean Dance Party: Creole Soul with Etienne Charles”

Lee Baker, CFP® Appointed New President of AARP Georgia

By | March 23, 2016

Georgia native Lee Baker, CFP® has been appointed the new state president of AARP Georgia, the state’s largest social mission organization with over 1.1 million Georgian members. Baker will partner with AARP Georgia State Director Debra Tyler-Horton and work with staff and volunteers to help achieve AARP’s vision, mission and strategic priorities. He also will act as the principal volunteer … Continue reading “Lee Baker, CFP® Appointed New President of AARP Georgia”

Judge John E. Morse Jr. Annouces Re-election Run

By | March 23, 2016

Judge John E. (Pancho) Morse, Jr. recently announced his re-election campaign to the Superior Court of the Eastern Judicial Circuit (Chatham County). Judge Morse is a native Savannahian born and raised in the Yamacraw Community. He attended the public schools of Chatham County until transferring to the Savannah Country Day School, where he was the first and only African American … Continue reading “Judge John E. Morse Jr. Annouces Re-election Run”

Savannah State University Women’s Leadership Conference Held

By | March 23, 2016

The Women’s Leadership Conference was held at Savannah State University Student Union on last Friday, March 18. The day-long conference focused on women in the arts and media. Guests attended multiple workshops throughout the day including a writing workshop with special guest Tina McElroy Ansa. Author Tina McElroy Ansa began her career at the Atlanta Constitution, where she was the … Continue reading “Savannah State University Women’s Leadership Conference Held”

President Obama Makes Historic Visit To Cuba

By | March 23, 2016

This past Monday, March 21, 2016, President Barack Obama landed in Cuba; a historic moment for both America and Cuba, given the fact that it has been nearly 90 years since an act ing president walked on Cuban soil. President Obama had been planning this meeting for over a year to talk with Cuba’s president, Raul Castro, to repair strained … Continue reading “President Obama Makes Historic Visit To Cuba”

King Tisdell Cottage Foundation Annual Meeting

By | March 23, 2016

The King Tisdell Cottage Foundation (KTCF) will host its Annual Meeting and kick off its 2016 membership campaign Tuesday, April 5, 2016 at 5:30 p.m. in the Beach Institute’s West Gallery, 502 East Harris Street, Savannah, Georgia. This meeting is open to all members and the public. The Garden Level and the Gift Shop also will be open for tours. … Continue reading “King Tisdell Cottage Foundation Annual Meeting”

Tybee Island Seeking Volunteers

By | March 23, 2016

In light of expected larger than normal crowds the weekend of April 15-17, the City of Tybee is seeking volunteers to help clean up the beach the morning of Sunday, April 17th. Anyone interested in lending a helping hand should meet at the Tybee Island Marine Science Center, near the Parker Pier and Pavilion, at 8AM Sunday morning. The cleanup … Continue reading “Tybee Island Seeking Volunteers”

A Smorgasbord Of Selfless Deeds

By | March 23, 2016

Starting a non-profit organization is a noble and commendable undertaking. It can also be time consuming and sometimes disheartening; becoming privy to the opinions of others who undermine the purpose of the organization. However, when you find your passion, negativity rarely clouts your space. Jalvin Lovett, along with Ray Williams, fused creativity and civil duty to create a fun and … Continue reading “A Smorgasbord Of Selfless Deeds”

Change Your Water… Change Your Life

By | March 23, 2016

Ionized alkaline restructured Kangen Water ® could help relieve nasal allergy symptoms and reduce your risk of developing a sinus infection? Here’s how you can use Kangen Water ® to relieve nasal allergy symptoms and “itchy eyes”. Runny nose, headaches, itchy eyes, swelling of nasal passages – it’s that time of year again. Before you reach for an over-the counter … Continue reading “Change Your Water… Change Your Life”