Georgia Tech-Savannah To Host Three-Day Course In Strategic Sourcing

By | May 18, 2016

On June 21-23, 2016, Tim Brown will be the guest speaker at Georgia Tech- Savannah’s Defining and Implementing Effective Sourcing Strategies Course. The event will take place at 210 Technology Circle, Savannah, GA 31407. Strategic sourcing enhances value, which ultimately impacts the profitability of an entire organization. In this essential course, sourcing and procurement managers, supply chain managers, logistics and … Continue reading “Georgia Tech-Savannah To Host Three-Day Course In Strategic Sourcing”

NAACP Mass Meeting

By | May 18, 2016

The Savannah Branch NAACP Prison Branch Support System Committee will host the May Mass Meeting at First African Baptist Church, 23 Montgomery Street, Pastor Thurmond Tillman, on Sunday May 22 at 4PM. The Office of Chatham County Public Defenders and local attorneys Bill Lewis, Geoffrey Alls, John Rodman, and Christopher Middleton have been invited to speak about the work of … Continue reading “NAACP Mass Meeting”

2016 Night of Champions

By | May 18, 2016

On May 12, the Lowcountry Down Syndrome Society hosted its seventh annual Night of Champions. The event is a celebration of local businesses that hire and retain differently abled people and recognizes the contributions made by those employees. The evening included Jamie Dean as the host, who is also a Restaurateur, author, and TV personality, and Allyson Harvin served as … Continue reading “2016 Night of Champions”

Plaines Receives W.I.N. Award At Georgia NAACP Quarterly Meeting

By | May 18, 2016

Savannahian Solana Plaines, received the Women In the NAACP (W.I.N.) Award during the Georgia NAACP Quarterly Meeting and Training for the Betterment conference held at the Friendship Baptist Church April 22, in Columbus, Ga. Georgia NAACP President Francys Johnson of Statesboro brought remarks while Pennye Rogers, Executive Officer of WCEG in Atlanta was the keynote speaker for the luncheon. Solana … Continue reading “Plaines Receives W.I.N. Award At Georgia NAACP Quarterly Meeting”

We Must Vote To Keep Savannah Moving Forward

By | May 18, 2016

The Savannah Tribune has a proud and glorious heritage. Our history dates back to 1875, when three African-American civic and business leaders recognized the need for a newspaper dedicated to serving the African-American community. We have always been in the forefront of positive efforts to move our people in a direction that benefits us, as well as the overall community. … Continue reading “We Must Vote To Keep Savannah Moving Forward”

American Legion Post 500 Annual Memorial Day Commemoration

By | May 18, 2016

American Legion Post 500 Annual Memorial Day Commemoration to be held on Monday, May 30, 2016 at 11:00 A.M. at the Laurel Grove South Cemetery. The guest speaker will be Lt. Col. David T. London, U. S., Army Retired; Senior Instructor, JROTC, Groves High School. Join us for the most important Veteran’s Day Ceremony of the year. Let us join … Continue reading “American Legion Post 500 Annual Memorial Day Commemoration”

Dr. Keenya Mosley Selected for Leadership with GATE

By | May 18, 2016

Members of the Georgia Association of Teacher Educators (GATE) has elected Dr. Keenya G. Mosley as President Elect. GATE which was established in 1971, is a state organization and serves as an affiliate of the national Association of Teacher Educators (ATE). ATE has state organizations in 41 states throughout the United States and is the only national, individual membership educational … Continue reading “Dr. Keenya Mosley Selected for Leadership with GATE”

Remembering Ben Tucker

By | May 18, 2016

“A crew of Savannah School of Art and Design students are hard at work, producing an hourlong documentary on Ben Tucker; Jazz Legend, Community Leader, Mentor and Golfer. If you would like to be a part of this film that will be broadcast on public television, mark your calendar for Friday, May 27. Come to Hamilton Hall, located at 522 … Continue reading “Remembering Ben Tucker”

Patterson Selected for Purdue University Summer Veterinary Medicine Program

By | May 18, 2016

Jermaya Patterson, rising junior at Hampton University has been selected to attend Purdue University’s Summer Veterinary Medicine Enrichment Program for 2nd & 3rd year college students pursuing Veterinary Medicine. Jermaya was one of less than 10 students selected to participate in this program. During the program, she will be engaged in academic sessions both in the classroom and teaching hospital … Continue reading “Patterson Selected for Purdue University Summer Veterinary Medicine Program”

Change Your Water…Change Your Life!

By | May 18, 2016

Ionized alkalized restructured Kangen Water ® can help your brain get rid of toxins while you sleep. Our brains get rid of toxins as we sleep. It’s a wake-up call for an estimated 150 million people who walk around every day dehydrated and don’t get enough sleep. Scientists say sleep is the mechanism through which the body flushes waste from … Continue reading “Change Your Water…Change Your Life!”