Georgia Licensed Professional Counselors Convene

By | June 08, 2016

The Licensed Professional Counselors Association of Georgia (LPCA-GA) held its 28th Annual Convention and Regional Conference in Stone Mountain, GA, at the Atlanta Evergreen Marriott Conference Resort, May 5-7. The Licensed Professional Counselors Association of Georgia is nationally recognized as The Most Outstanding State Association for Counselors in the United States, by the American Mental Health Counselors Association (AMHCA), which … Continue reading “Georgia Licensed Professional Counselors Convene”

The Savannah Tribune Celebrates The Life Of Muhammad Ali

By | June 08, 2016

The world was shocked when three-time heavy weight champ Muhammad Ali passed away last Friday, June 3, 2016. Many people took to social media and expressed their disbelief and sorrows, citing Ali’s famous quotes in their tweets and status updates. While it can be appreciated that this generation cared enough to take time out of their busy schedules to show … Continue reading “The Savannah Tribune Celebrates The Life Of Muhammad Ali”

Daughters of Mary Magdalene Presents The 151st Commemoration of Juneteenth

By | June 08, 2016

The historical Juneteenth Festival will be held on Saturday, June 18, 2016 in Wells Park, aka 38th Street Park. The festival will begin at 11:00 a.m. Traditionally, the festival introduces some of the most outstanding vocalists and musicians in Southeast Georgia. The festival has featured vocalists such as Mr. Lafayette Chester, Miss Stephanie Collier, and Mr. Leroy “Jap” Simpson along … Continue reading “Daughters of Mary Magdalene Presents The 151st Commemoration of Juneteenth”

SCCPSS Board Promotes Kaigler and Levett

By | June 08, 2016

On June 1, 2016, The Savannah-Chatham public school board made some major changes in regards to new positions, promotions and replacements. Ann Levett, Chief Academic Officer, responsible for the K-8 reforms and directs all of the district’s schools, academic programs and curriculum, was promoted to deputy superintendent of academics during the Wednesday board meeting. Her $145,525 salary saw a $10,000 … Continue reading “SCCPSS Board Promotes Kaigler and Levett”

Citizens Invited To Weigh In On City Manager Search

By | June 08, 2016

The Savannah City Council is asking for help in determining the qualities most desired in our next City Manager. Residents and stakeholders are asked to complete a short survey that will assist the search firm, Colin Baenziger & Associates, to assess candidates for the position. “The selection of a City Manager is among the most important decisions that a City … Continue reading “Citizens Invited To Weigh In On City Manager Search”

Two Savannah Sites Awarded For Historic Preservation

By | June 08, 2016

The Philbrick Eastman House and the Morrison Family at Lebanon Plantation received statewide preservation awards from the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation during its 39th annual Preservation Awards ceremony. Excellence in Rehabilitation Award: Philbrick-Eastman House, 17 West McDonough Street, Savannah. The Philbrick Eastman House received an award for Excellence in Rehabilitation. The Greek Revival style house was constructed in the … Continue reading “Two Savannah Sites Awarded For Historic Preservation”

2016 Ready! Set! Go! Back To School Annual Expo And Giveaway

By | June 08, 2016

The Board of Directors & Sponsors of the Ready Set Go Back to School (RSGBTS) kicked off the 2016 School Supply Giveaway on Tuesday, June 7, 2016 at 10:00 AM at Holy Spirit Lutheran Church 622 E. 37th St. Sponsors presented their donations, as we began our request of in-kind donations and volunteers from the community and corporations. During the … Continue reading “2016 Ready! Set! Go! Back To School Annual Expo And Giveaway”

Benefits Of The Historical Urban Savannah Chamber

By | June 08, 2016

Women At The Table invite you to join the monthly gathering as it resumes Sunday, June 12 with special guest John Voner, Executive Director of the new Urban Savannah Chamber of Commerce. The event is free and open to the public. It will be held at a new location in the community room at A.M.F. Bowling Lanes 115 Tibet Avenue … Continue reading “Benefits Of The Historical Urban Savannah Chamber”

Superintendent’s Student Of The Month

By | June 08, 2016

Our featured Student of the Month representing the month of May is a sophomore from Savannah Early College High School. He is described as a worldclass student and is a recipient of the President’s Award of Excellence. He is the Sophomore Class President as well as the captain of the STEM Club. He volunteered with the Superhero Fun Run & … Continue reading “Superintendent’s Student Of The Month”

Change Your Water…Change Your Life!

By | June 08, 2016

Ionized restructured alkaline Kangen Water ® can help you take the some of the mystery out of reaching your very best level of health. For most of us, how to reach our very best level of health is a bit of a mystery. We can manage to eat right, exercise regularly, even take expensive supplements, and still lack that sense … Continue reading “Change Your Water…Change Your Life!”