The Annual Handel’s Messiah Sing Along

By Savannah Tribune | November 22, 2017

Your presence will be greatly appreciated on Friday, December 1, 2017 at 7 p.m. for the annual Handel’s MESSIAH Sing Along. Please bring your family and friends. Butler Presbyterian Church is located at 603 West Victory Drive. Admission is free; a silent offering will be taken. This year’s Guest Musicians will include Ms. Jillian Durant, soprano, Ms. Gabrielle Walker, soprano, … Continue reading “The Annual Handel’s Messiah Sing Along”

Keep the Wreath Green

By Savannah Tribune | November 22, 2017

During the 2016 Holiday Season there were fires in 28 Sa­vannah homes — that’s one fire every other day in November and December. Savannah Fire wants every family to have a fire-free 2017 holiday season. We’re releasing a safety tip for each day of the holiday season and hanging a fire safety reminder wreath outside Savannah Fire headquar­ters at 121 … Continue reading “Keep the Wreath Green”

General Missionary Baptist Convention of Georgia Launches ONLINE Seminary Classes

By Savannah Tribune | November 22, 2017

In celebration of its 80th Anniversary, Bryant Theological Seminary, an auxiliary of The General Missionary Baptist Convention of Georgia (GMBC), launched its first ever online courses. The organization did so during its annual convention. Prospective students can click here to view courses offered and pre-register for FREE: www.bryanttheologicalseminary.org/. Degree programs include a Certificate in Biblical Studies and an Associate Degree … Continue reading “General Missionary Baptist Convention of Georgia Launches ONLINE Seminary Classes”

Women’s Health Symposium

By Savannah Tribune | November 22, 2017

You are invited to the SCCPSS Student Affairs Department’s 3rd Annual Women’s Health Symposium on Saturday, December 2, 2017 from 10am – 12pm at Beach High School Gymnasium – 3001 Hopkins Street in Savannah, GA The event will offer free health information, entertainment and giveaways. For more information, call Megan Wilson at 912-667-9323.

NCNW Savannah Section Donates School Supplies

By Savannah Tribune | November 22, 2017

The National Council of Negro Women, Inc. –Savannah Section’s members met with officers at Brock Elementary School of Friday, November 2, 2017 and donated a sizable amount of educational supplies. The items donated included composition books as well as pens and pencils. The purpose of the supplies is to benefit the 5th grade class that the Savannah Section has adopted. … Continue reading “NCNW Savannah Section Donates School Supplies”

City Supports “Shop Small” Campaign for Holiday Shopping

By Savannah Tribune | November 22, 2017

The Small Business Chamber, Buy Local, and the City of Savannah have partnered to become a Neighborhood Champion for American Express’ Shop Small campaign for Small Business Saturday on November 25, 2017. Together, their mission is to support small businesses and to raise community awareness of the impact shopping small has on Savannah’s economy. Eight businesses throughout Savannah will serve … Continue reading “City Supports “Shop Small” Campaign for Holiday Shopping”

Southern Motors Acura Held Grand Opening for New Dealership on Chatham Parkway

By Savannah Tribune | November 22, 2017

Southern Motors Acura held the grand opening of their new dealership at 102 Park of Commerce Dr. on Chatham Parkway. As part of the celebration, one visitor, Jim Backer, went go home with a free two-year lease on a new Southern Motors Acura ILX. The new outlet, with a 32,000-square-foot showroom, offers new and used car sales and customer service … Continue reading “Southern Motors Acura Held Grand Opening for New Dealership on Chatham Parkway”

ACA Enrollment Surging, Even Though It Ends Dec. 15th

By Savannah Tribune | November 22, 2017

The enrollment period to be covered by the federal Affordable Care Act (ACA) began Nov.1st, and is scheduled to end Dec. 15th, for those hoping to qualify for health care coverage beginning January 1, 2018. The Trump Administration, which has made no secret of its wish to “repeal and replace” President Barack Obama’s signature legislative achievement, has done everything it … Continue reading “ACA Enrollment Surging, Even Though It Ends Dec. 15th”

Attorney General Hosts Public Hearing Regarding Potential Sale of Memorial Health

By Savannah Tribune | November 22, 2017

Georgia’s Office of the Attorney General concluded its Public Hearing regarding the acquisition of Memorial Health by HCA Healthcare today. The alignment received significant support and no opposition at the public hearing. The transition is expected this winter. In the spring of 2017, the Memorial Health Board and the Chatham County Hospital Authority announced their selection of HCA Healthcare to … Continue reading “Attorney General Hosts Public Hearing Regarding Potential Sale of Memorial Health”

MLK Jr., Observance Day Association Seeks Participants

By Savannah Tribune | November 22, 2017

The inaugural MLK Institute for Community and Social Change, an intense two-day experience, is seeking participants who are concerned citizens, members of neighborhood associations, civic organizations, Greek organizations, college student organizations, and community organizers and representatives of faith organizations who want to make a difference in the Savannah community. Participants will have the opportunity to develop a customized action plan … Continue reading “MLK Jr., Observance Day Association Seeks Participants”