FUNdraising Good Times

By Savannah Tribune | August 16, 2017

“How many of your current board members are actually worth paying? If you had to pay your members what board positions would you fund?” These questions caught our eye as we read a promotional piece for a book about philanthropy. The author, Jimmy LaRose poses provocative ideas in Re-Imagining Philanthropy. He promotes the idea that boards are not about governance, … Continue reading “FUNdraising Good Times”

The Art of Receiving

By Savannah Tribune | August 16, 2017

“If you then, being evil, know how to give good gifts to your children, how much more will your Father who is in heaven give good things to those who ask Him,” (Matthew 7:11). About three month ago I invited a couple of people from one of the local stores to our church’s interest hangout. They expressed to me that … Continue reading “The Art of Receiving”

iWorship Cafe Open Mic Canceled

By Savannah Tribune | August 16, 2017

We are sorry to announce that the iWorship Cafe Open Mic scheduled to be held on August 19th at 8pm has been canceled! For inquires please contact Justin Toney or Renee Bolling Montague via Facebook.

Back-To-School Clothing Donated To Underprivileged Girls

By Savannah Tribune | August 16, 2017

A new charity called the “Believe in Yourself Project” is helping to replace the poor body image that afflicts many girls and women. Women are expected to appear a certain way and live up to a manufactured and unrealistic notion of what beauty is. In an attempt to promote a positive body image, founder of online fashion site www.ustrendy.com has … Continue reading “Back-To-School Clothing Donated To Underprivileged Girls”

Draw Closer To God

By Savannah Tribune | August 16, 2017

As I received this topic from God to write this article, I wondered how I could tell anyone how to draw closer to God. Prayer is one way to do so. God wants us to come aside and be with him in prayer. He wants us to just talk to Him and understand that He hears us and that He … Continue reading “Draw Closer To God”

Hobbs and Hinchey Receive Awards For Professionalism And Advocacy

By Savannah Tribune | August 16, 2017

The longtime chairman of the medical school’s Department of Family Medicine and the president and CEO of the Savannah health system that serves as one home base to students studying at MCG’s Southeast Campus were honored Friday by Dr. David C. Hess, dean of the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University. Dr. Joseph Hobbs, a 1974 graduate who also … Continue reading “Hobbs and Hinchey Receive Awards For Professionalism And Advocacy”

Why Everyone Should Plan For Long-Term Care

By Savannah Tribune | August 16, 2017

Research suggests that most Americans turning age 65 will need some form of assistance with everyday activities, known as long-term care, as they grow older. Because women live longer on average, they are more likely than men to require long-term care. Factors such as a disability, injury or chronic illness also increase the chance that long-term care will be needed. … Continue reading “Why Everyone Should Plan For Long-Term Care”

Bryan-Liberty Counties Chapter of Top Ladies of Distinction, Incorporated Elects New Chapter President

By Savannah Tribune | August 16, 2017

On July 1, 2017 Lady Nicole M. Williams started her term as the second Chapter President of the Bryan-Liberty Counties Chapter of Top Ladies of Distinction, Incorporated (TLOD). Lady Nicole was inducted into TLOD in June of 2007 and has been an active member ever since. She is a former Top Teen and has held several positions locally as a … Continue reading “Bryan-Liberty Counties Chapter of Top Ladies of Distinction, Incorporated Elects New Chapter President”

Women At The Table ( Watt) Presents “Through The Eyes of Wisdom”

By Savannah Tribune | August 16, 2017

“Through The Eyes of Wisdom;” Pastor Matthew Southall shares his story of ninety-five years of life, living, and ministry during a panel discussion by Women At The Table Sunday, August 20, 2017 -5:00pm at Dandy Youth Development Corporation (DYDC) 3709 Waters Avenue @ 54th Street. Pastor Matthew Southall Brown is the Pastor Emeritus of St John Baptist Church, “The Mighty … Continue reading “Women At The Table ( Watt) Presents “Through The Eyes of Wisdom””

St. Philip AME to Host College Day 2017

By Savannah Tribune | August 16, 2017

On Sunday August 27th Saint Philip AME Church will host College Day 2017 at the 10:00 a.m. worship hour. It is our desire along with our pastor the Rev. Scottie Swinney, to take an active role in the educational process of the students in this community. All students attending colleges and universities in the Savannah area along with faculty and … Continue reading “St. Philip AME to Host College Day 2017”