Former Savannah State University men’s track athlete Cameron Hall competed in the 110-meter hurdles at the Olympic Trials Friday at the Hayward Field in Eugene, Ore. The first round of the 110-meter hurdles started at 6:02 p.m., while the semifinal round is scheduled for 7:25 p.m. Saturday and the finals are set at 8:52 p.m. Saturday. The top 18 of … Continue reading “Former SSU Track Athlete Hall Finishes 17th In Semifinals At Olympic Trials”
Start your day with prayer Monday through Friday beginning at 6:30am.with the Tremont Temple Missionary Baptist Church Prayerline Call 1-641-715-3272; access code is 741607.
Holy Jerusalem, 104 Fair Street in Garden City, will host a weekly bible study every Tuesday night at 7:30pm with Pastor, Dr. Willie E. Johnson, PHD as the teacher. It’s free and open to the public. Causal dress is appropriate.
Many people believe they can recognize the signs of bullying behavior. Because of this reason, I want you to have a clear understanding of some of the ways that bullying can happen. Please understand that a child being mean to another does not automatically constitute bullying behavior. We don’t want to minimize mean behavior, but it is important to know … Continue reading “Get Smart: Understand The Many Types Of Bullying”
Ionized restructured alkalized Kangen Water® can be your secret weapon to losing weight in time for your next trip to the beach. Many people turn to diet and exercise in an effort to lose weight, but often find themselves frustrated when the weight doesn’t come off. Research shows that they may be missing a third piece of the healthy weight … Continue reading “Change Your Water…Change Your Life!”
Senior Citizens, Inc. (SCI) is pleased to announce it has recently expanded its Meals on Wheels program to Bryan County, Ga. To help support this critical community program, SCI is seeking volunteer drivers to help deliver meals once a week to homebound seniors on the new routes in Bryan County. “One out of every six seniors in the U.S. does … Continue reading “SCI Expands Meals On Wheels Services”
The Savannah City Council recently appointed Armstrong State University Political Science Professor Dr. José de Arimatéia da Cruz to the Greater Savannah International Alliance (GSIA) for a three-year term. As a board member, da Cruz will contribute his knowledge of international relations and politics, encourage citywide participation in GSIA activities, direct initiatives and seek out viable opportunities to expand Savannah’s … Continue reading “ASU Political Science Professor Appointed To Greater Savannah International Alliance”
Savannah Technical College has selected John Grace as its technical film instructor. In this role, Grace is responsible for oversight of all instruction, curriculum development, administrative and budgetary aspects for the College’s on-site film production assistant program with the Georgia Film Academy. Grace has more than 25 years of experience in film production with nearly two decades working as a … Continue reading “Grace Joins Georgia Film Academy At Savannah Technical College”
On Sunday, July 10, 2016, a Prayer Gathering was held in Forsyth Park. In light of the recent killings of Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge, La.; Philando Castile, in St. Paul, Minnesota and the 5 police officers shot down in Dallas, Texas, several local pastors along with members of the Savannah community gathered in Forsyth Park to pray for the … Continue reading “Prayer Gathering Held in Forsyth Park”
Marquavious Gra- ham never saw the vast shores of the Atlantic Ocean before in his life. For that matter, his fellow students Andrew Tarvin, Gary Santos, and Dylan Sierra never stuck their toes in a sandy beach anywhere while growing up. Strangely, it wasn’t until each of these youth was adjudicated and assigned to a Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) … Continue reading “DJJ Coastal Education Program Brings Ocean Life to the Muscogee Youth Development Campus”