Bravo Music Company’s 19th Annual Summer Music Camp at DeRenne Middle School located at 1009 Clinch Street, Savannah, GA 31405. This camp is scheduled for 2 weeks (8 days) beginning Wednesday July 5, 2017 to Friday July 14, 2017. Camp hours are 8 am to 5 pm, each week; Early drop off is available at 7:30 am with breakfast. Hot … Continue reading “Bravo Music Company’s 19th Annual Summer Music Camp”
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.
Healthy Savannah announces Tamala R. Fulton as board president. Fulton is currently the Employee Wellness Coordinator with Chatham County Government where she is a strong advocate for programs that encourage preventive care and healthy living. Fulton is a graduate of the University of South Carolina, with a B.S. in Exercise Science and Armstrong Atlantic State University with a Master’s of … Continue reading “Healthy Savannah Announces New Board President”
Dr.Quentina Fields-Miller and the Savannah Chapter of the Links coordinated an empowering presentation for the Summer Bonanza participants on Saturday, June 3, 2017. Special guest speaker was Chatham County Commissioner James Jones of the 6th District. Commissioner Jones motivated the children to believe in themselves and envision that they could become whatever they wanted to be. He stressed the importance … Continue reading “Savannah Chapter Links Presents Voter Engagement”
The Savannah Branch of the NAACP held a community wide Mass / General Membership Meeting, Sunday, May 28, 2017, at Holy Spirit Lutheran Church, hosted by our Prison Support Systems Committee. I Solana Plaines, Chairperson sincerely want to extend a big “THANK YOU” to the Savannah Community. I would like to send my appreciation for all your thoughts and sincere … Continue reading “A Letter of Thanks From Savannah Branch NAACP”
Shepherds are mentioned many times throughout the Bible. Shepherding was a vital occupation during Bible times. Shepherds lived and risked their lives to take care of their sheep. They made sure their sheep had food and water. They protected their sheep from predators. They spent day and night tending to their sheep. God Himself is likened to a shepherd in … Continue reading “The Good Shepherd”
Connor’s Temple Baptist Church announces LAYMEN’s MINISTRY INSTALLATION on Sunday, June 14, 2017 4:00 pm. Everyone is invited! Connor’s Temple Baptist Church, 509 W. Gwinnett Street, Savannah, GA 31401.
The Savannah State University Foundation, Inc., (SSUF) Board of Directors elected officers for the 2017-2019 term, along with its re-elected directors for the 2017-2020 term. The SSUF annual board meeting was held on Saturday, May 20, 2017, on the SSU campus. During its annual meeting, the election of directors and new officers were included on the agenda. The board congratulated … Continue reading “Savannah State Foundation Elects New Board, Officers”
The 2017 honorees are Donald and Kaye Kole (Leopold Alder II Historic Preservation Award), James Alan McPherson-Posthumously (King-Tisdell Cottage Fine Arts Award), Father Charles L. Hoskins (W.W. Law Legacy Award), Alderman Van R. Johnson, II (Reverend James M. Simms Public Service Award) and Dr. Joseph H. Silver, Sr. (Beach Institute Education Award). Leopold Adler II is a Savannah native who … Continue reading “King-Tisdell Cottage Foundation To Host 20th Annual Awards Gala”
On a beautiful Sunday afternoon under blue skies, where a nice breeze swayed the Spanish Moss hanging from the Live Oak trees, Wright Square filled with locals and visitors to Savannah who swayed and swung to the fourth annual Friends of Ben Tucker Jazz Jam. When listening to the words of those who participated, one learns how important Ben was … Continue reading “Remembering Ben Tucker”