2017 Thanksgiving Annual Community Dinner

By Savannah Tribune | November 08, 2017

Butler Presbyterian Church USA 2017 Thanksgiving Annual Community Dinner Friday November 17, 2017 1pm – 3pm All meals served in-house. No take-outs. at Butler Presbyterian Church (USA) 603 W Victory Drive Savannah, GA 31405 For Donations or Volunteer Opportunity Please contact Mrs. Eady @ (912)236-7747

Woodville-Tompkins Alumni Association, Inc.

By Savannah Tribune | November 08, 2017

Woodville-Tompkins Alumni Association, Inc. will have a meeting on Second Sunday, November 12, 2017 at 6 PM at 319A Main Street, Garden City, GA 31408. President, Clifford Reynolds; Reporter, Van B. Williams; (912) 232-5005

Sol C Johnson Class Of 1968

By Savannah Tribune | November 08, 2017

The Sol C. Johnson Class of 1968 will hold their monthly meeting at (Rev. Edgar Sams’ church) Nicholsonboro Baptist Church in the Fellowship Hall, 13319 White Bluff Road) on the third Saturday each month at 3 p.m. until further notice. Please come to the meeting to help us continue to plan our 50th Class Reunion. Our 50th Reunion is scheduled … Continue reading “Sol C Johnson Class Of 1968”

Come Fellowship with New Hope

By Savannah Tribune | November 08, 2017

You are invited to come out and fellowship with us at New Hope Church, 2239 Hanson Street in Savannah, GA. We have noon day prayer every Tuesday and Thursday, Bible Study on Tuesday night at 7:30 PM, Sunday School at 10 AM, and morning worship at 11:30 AM. Come out and fellowship with us and let the Lord bless you. … Continue reading “Come Fellowship with New Hope”

Morning Manna at Miller’s Temple

By Savannah Tribune | November 08, 2017

If you are seeking a closer relationship with God, and want a better understanding of the Bible, come to Morning Manna at Miller’s Temple Church, 2306 Hopkins Street. This class begins at 8:50 AM and ends at 9:50 AM. It is held every first and third Sunday morning, and is free to the public. Come out and be blessed. For … Continue reading “Morning Manna at Miller’s Temple”

Sunday School at Miller’s Temple

By Savannah Tribune | November 08, 2017

We are inviting you to come to Sunday School. It is important for our children to learn about God in their youth. Ecclesiastes 12:1 says, “Remember now thy Creator in the days of thy youth.” We are living in evil times, and parents if you want your children blessed and guided in the right direction, please accept this invitation. Sunday … Continue reading “Sunday School at Miller’s Temple”

Sports With Walter Moore

By Savannah Tribune | November 08, 2017

Co-Ed Boot Camp is Nov. 11 Warrior Sports Management along with EJ Willingham and Kenya Robinson will be sponsoring a one day co-ed boot camp on November 11 at Southwest Middle School located at 6030 Ogeechee Road in Savannah. The camp will run from 9a.m. to 11:15a.m. and the cost is $15 per person (non-refundable). For more information, call 813- … Continue reading “Sports With Walter Moore”

Baldwin Named MEAC Specialist of the Week

By Savannah Tribune | November 08, 2017

Savannah State University wide receiver and return specialist JaMichael Baldwin has been named the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Specialist of the Week, for his performance in the Tigers victory over Delaware State University on November 4. The 5-foot-9 freshman had 235 all-purpose yards against the Hornets. Baldwin returned three punts for 66 yards and three kickoffs for 169 yards, including one … Continue reading “Baldwin Named MEAC Specialist of the Week”

Countdown To SSU Football 2017

By Savannah Tribune | November 08, 2017

This will be the third meeting between the teams but A&T has outscored the Tigers by a combined score of 75-14 in their previous matchups in 2013 and 2014. The Aggies were 9-3 last season and played Richmond in the first round of the FCS playoffs. The Aggies had ten players selected to the conference pre-season team. Lamar Raynard returns … Continue reading “Countdown To SSU Football 2017”

SCAD 2017 Savannah Film Festival Comes To A Close

By Savannah Tribune | November 08, 2017

On the big screen last week SCAD Savannah Film Festival celebrated its 20th year. It showed riveting stories about how wars are fought after World War II, Vietnam, Baghdad, cultural and societal rifts. Most of the audiences felt uncomfortable with alive narratives about truth, memories, horrors and others times we struck a funny bone. Director Dee Rees’ “Mudbound” from the … Continue reading “SCAD 2017 Savannah Film Festival Comes To A Close”