Savannah Children’s Choir Presents The Best of Duke Ellington’s Sacred Concert

By Savannah Tribune | April 19, 2017

Combine big band, 120 singers, award winning singers, a tap dancer and world renowned conductor and you have an afternoon of Duke Ellington’s finest works. Duke Ellington’s Sacred Concert on Sunday, April 30 at 3pm at The Lucas Theatre, is a musical feast of gospel and jazz, intertwining music and movement. The Savannah Children’s Choir is joined by Savannah State … Continue reading “Savannah Children’s Choir Presents The Best of Duke Ellington’s Sacred Concert”

Scott Center Elected To World Trade Centers Association Board of Directors

By Savannah Tribune | April 19, 2017

World Trade Center Savannah (WTCSav) Chairman of the Board of Directors Scott Center has been elected to the World Trade Centers Association (WTCA) Board of Directors. Center was elected at the association’s General Assembly, April 2-5 in Las Vegas, Nevada. World Trade Center Savannah is a member of the WTCA, a global association of more than 300 World Trade Centers … Continue reading “Scott Center Elected To World Trade Centers Association Board of Directors”

House Minority Leader Stacey Abrams and House Representatives Stephens and Gilliard Recap Legislation Session

By Savannah Tribune | April 19, 2017

House Minority Leader Stacey Abrams and Representatives Carl Gilliard and Mickey Stephens held a Savannah Resists Town Hall Meeting last Monday at Savannah State University. Georgians are ready to fight for progress at the state, local, and national levels. Dozens of members of the community came out to hear a recap of the 2017 legislative session. Several attendees participated in … Continue reading “House Minority Leader Stacey Abrams and House Representatives Stephens and Gilliard Recap Legislation Session”

The Black Press Shows Resilience of the Black Community

By Savannah Tribune | April 19, 2017

For 190 years, the Black Press has chronicled the spirit and resilience of the African-American community. “You can see it in the spirit of the process that we have [developed] in documenting our history—we are marvelously resilient by nature, we are street fighters, guerilla fighters and resilience defines us,” said NNPA Foundation Board Chairman Al McFarland. The National Newspaper Publishers … Continue reading “The Black Press Shows Resilience of the Black Community”

Girls On The Run To Host Inspirational Event

By Savannah Tribune | April 19, 2017

Girls on the Run works to empower young girls to live their lives to the fullest. To that end, we will be hosting an inspirational event at the National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force on Sunday April 23rd from 2:00 – 4:00. Betty Robarts, a WWII veteran, will speak about her experiences while encouraging the audience to follow … Continue reading “Girls On The Run To Host Inspirational Event”

Savannah Earth Day Festival Held

By Savannah Tribune | April 19, 2017

The Earth Day Festival was held on a beautiful sunny Saturday, April 15, 2017 from 11 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at Forsyth Park. The annual festival including food, performances, and educational resources of what you can do for self-health, community, sustainability of local economy. Earth Day Festival according to their facebook is a celebration of being environmentally responsible. The festival … Continue reading “Savannah Earth Day Festival Held”

Editor:

By Savannah Tribune | April 19, 2017

When we spend quality, time teaching our children, they learn!!! Excerpt from my book “What We Blacks Need To Do”. As a teacher, I found the saying “your attitude will help determine your aptitude “to be about 98% true. It is the teachers, parents, mentors, family members and spiritual leader’s duty to encourage, teach, lead, guide young people in the … Continue reading “Editor:”

Retired but not Tired….

By Savannah Tribune | April 19, 2017

In 1971, Sarah Miller became the first President of Chatham Retired Educators Association( CREA). Since that time, many have gone on to serve in that position, to include Savannah-Chatham County School Board Past Presidents: Margaret Sadler, Jessie Collier De- Loach, and Hugh Golson. Virginia E. Maynor, former Superintendent, also served in that capacity. Every President has passed on the gavel … Continue reading “Retired but not Tired….”

Tremont Temple Missionary Baptist Church 95th Anniversary Celebration

By Savannah Tribune | April 19, 2017

Join in the 95th Church Anniversary celebration! Our 7:00 PM evening services will begin this Tuesday, April 18th and run through Sunday, April 23rd. We will be hosting First Union Baptist Church on Tuesday evening, Thankful Baptist Church on Wednesday evening and St. Luke Baptist Church on Thursday evening. On Saturday, April 22nd, come play and fellowship at the Church … Continue reading “Tremont Temple Missionary Baptist Church 95th Anniversary Celebration”

Pastor Michael Stamps To Celebrate 15 Years At Mt. Zion Baptist Church

By Savannah Tribune | April 19, 2017

Sunday, April 23, 2017, Mt. Zion Baptist Church will celebrate Pastor Michael S. Stamps’ 15th Anniversary as Pastor. The anniversary worship service will be held at 4:00 p.m. at Mt. Zion Baptist Church, 2008 Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard. Pastor Wilson Scott, Jr., Pastor of Bethlehem Missionary Church is the special guest minister and the Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church family … Continue reading “Pastor Michael Stamps To Celebrate 15 Years At Mt. Zion Baptist Church”