Savannah Chapters of Top Ladies of Distinction, Inc. and Top Teens of America Hold Retreat

By Savannah Tribune | September 06, 2017

On Saturday morning, August 26, 2017, the Beach Institute African American Culture Center came alive as the members of Savannah Chapters of TLOD and TTA anxiously waited to begin our Fall Joint Planning Retreat for 2017-2018. Under the leadership of our dynamic president, Lady Annette Mitchell, the retreat began with greetings from President Annette Mitchell and TTA President, Teen Laura … Continue reading “Savannah Chapters of Top Ladies of Distinction, Inc. and Top Teens of America Hold Retreat”

Reverend Joseph Lowery Endorses Stacey Abrams For Governor Of Georgia

By Savannah Tribune | September 06, 2017

Civil rights icon, Dr. Joseph Lowery, endorsed Minority Leader Stacey Abrams, Democratic candidate for Governor of Georgia: “I support Stacey Abrams for Governor of Georgia because her life’s work is informed by her dedication to helping others. Now, more than ever, we need a leader who is resilient, puts people first, and refuses to leave anyone behind. Stacey Abrams is … Continue reading “Reverend Joseph Lowery Endorses Stacey Abrams For Governor Of Georgia”

Prepare Now For Hurricane Irma

By Savannah Tribune | September 06, 2017

With Hurricane Irma on an uncertain course and gathering strength in the Atlantic, Insurance Commissioner Ralph Hudgens is urging Georgians to prepare now for severe weather, including reviewing their property insurance. Commission- er Hudgens recommends that property owners make copies of their insurance policies, obtain insurance company’s phone number; inventory their personal belongings; and keep all of these documents with … Continue reading “Prepare Now For Hurricane Irma”

Former Greenbriar Residents Give Back To Organization That Raised Them Up

By Savannah Tribune | September 06, 2017

Greenbriar Children’s Center has a 68-year history of making a profound difference in the lives of Coastal Empire area children, and many of them eventually return the favor. One such beneficiary of the organization, Jermaine Crosson, 26, still lives by the lessons he learned at Greenbriar and employs them daily in his professional life as a mail carrier and his … Continue reading “Former Greenbriar Residents Give Back To Organization That Raised Them Up”

Teens Join SIP in Annual Charity Basketball Game

By Savannah Tribune | September 06, 2017

The Savannah Impact Program (SIP) is gearing up for its 7th Annual Slam Dunk Hunger Basketball Game and Canned Food Drive. During this event, youth participating in WorkSource Coastal’s youth and young adult services will join forces with Savannah Chatham Metropolitan Police officers and SIP staff in a competition with a good cause. The game is set for Tuesday, Oct. … Continue reading “Teens Join SIP in Annual Charity Basketball Game”

“One For Dreams” Mission Driven Company Has Launched

By Savannah Tribune | September 06, 2017

Millennial Entrepreneur, Brand Strategist and Motivational Speaker, Delrish Moore has launched a new mission-driven company called “One For Dreams.” The company offers apparel that focuses on uniting people and helping everyone achieve their dreams. One For Dreams donates a portion of their proceeds towards helping people from around the world live their personal dreams. Dreams that are funded includes scholarships … Continue reading ““One For Dreams” Mission Driven Company Has Launched”

Buy Local Savannah Launches New Multi-Media Campaign

By Savannah Tribune | September 06, 2017

Today, Buy Local Savannah launches a new multi-media marketing campaign to raise awareness on the importance of supporting locally owned and operated, independent businesses as a way to help preserve Savannah’s unique appeal to residents and visitors alike. An innovative new campaign theme and logo have been developed to encourage the public to “Think Local, Buy Local, Love Local.” The … Continue reading “Buy Local Savannah Launches New Multi-Media Campaign”

Communities in Schools Kicks Off 2017-2018 “All In For Kids” Campaign

By Savannah Tribune | September 06, 2017

Last Tuesday morning at the Armstrong Center, Communities in Schools of Savannah held their 2017-2018 Breakfast Kickoff to announce their new Campaign “All In For Kids.” Chairman of the Board of Directors, Joe Buck introduced the Board Members and spoke of the success Communities in Schools of Savannah has had at Haven Elementary School. Executive Director of Communities in Schools, … Continue reading “Communities in Schools Kicks Off 2017-2018 “All In For Kids” Campaign”

Thompson Headed To ASEAN Rail Summit 2017

By Savannah Tribune | September 06, 2017

Frankie Thompson, President and CEO of Frankie Thompson Enterprises, Inc., (FTE) is heading to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, as a delegate to the ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) Rail Summit 2017. The Summit, being held on September 6-7, is hosted by Shine Consultant and sponsored by such Asian/world heavyweights as SMRT Corporation Ltd (the leading multi-modal public transport operator in … Continue reading “Thompson Headed To ASEAN Rail Summit 2017”

Centennial Celebration Block Party and Golf Tournament

By Savannah Tribune | September 06, 2017

Join Karen Hamilton, Unit Director; Vince DelMonte, Executive Director; Board Members and Alumuni along with various Boys & Girls Club kids and the Frank Callen Boys & Girls Club, 510 E. Charlton Street Between E. Broad & Price, in celebrating their 100 Years of Service in Savannah while we honor Frank Callen’s Birthday on Saturday, September 16th from 11:00am – … Continue reading “Centennial Celebration Block Party and Golf Tournament”