St. Pius X High School Alumni Assoc. Meeting

By Savannah Tribune | December 20, 2017

If you are a former student of St. Pius X High School in Savannah, GA from 1952-1971, join the St. Pius X High School Alumni Association (Savannah, GA). Already a member? Invite your classmates to join. Meet old friends and make new fun. Fun, games and annual events. Send your annual membership of $ 24.00 to SPXHSAA, to Willis Shellman … Continue reading “St. Pius X High School Alumni Assoc. Meeting”

St. Joseph’s/Candler African American Center

By Savannah Tribune | December 20, 2017

Free Computer Classes taught by Microsoft Certified Instructors at the African-American Health Information and Resource Center. For more information or to register, please call 912-447-6605 Wednesday December 20, 2017 Microsoft Excel Part II: 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm St. Joseph’s/Candler African American Health Information and Resource Center will hold several FREE seminars on different topics throughout the month. The center … Continue reading “St. Joseph’s/Candler African American Center”

Sol C Johnson Class Of 1968

By Savannah Tribune | December 20, 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 Saturday, January 20th at 3 p.m. and every third Saturday each month until further notice. Please come to the meeting to help us plan our 50th Class Reunion. Our 50th Reunion … Continue reading “Sol C Johnson Class Of 1968”

Take A Tip From Your Elders

By Savannah Tribune | December 20, 2017

Hey, all you strong, healthy kids out there: face it-you are growing old and there is nothing you can do to stop the process, says the Association of Mature American Citizens. AMAC suggests you embrace old age even if you are only in your 20s and 30s; there are things you can do now to make life easier in your … Continue reading “Take A Tip From Your Elders”

Sports With Walter Moore

By Savannah Tribune | December 20, 2017

In this issue, we catch up with Martin Stokes. The Savannah native grew up on the west side of town on 50th Street. Although his birth mother is in New York, he said he was raised by local educator Benjamin and Cassie Densler. “My father taught at Tompkins and my mother was a teacher at Windsor Forest,” he states. The … Continue reading “Sports With Walter Moore”

1st Annual 3 on 3 Basketball Jamboree

By Savannah Tribune | December 20, 2017

1st Annual 3 on 3 Basketball Jamboree, will be held on Thursday, December 21, 2017 from 5:00 – 9;00. at Tompkins Center. Performance by the Royal Ambassador. Enjoy food, door prizes, pre-game contest and more Event sponsored by the Alternative Pathway Organization (APO) and The City of Savannah’s Parks and Recreation Dept. Come Out and Support our youth and Community … Continue reading “1st Annual 3 on 3 Basketball Jamboree”

Joe and Joe: Azalea Bowl Classic Revisited

By Savannah Tribune | December 20, 2017

How many of you remember the Azalea Bowl Classic (1951-1965)? It was the annual showdown between the Beach High Bulldogs and the Woodville High Wolverines. Always played on Thanksgiving, this was a classic event in the city of Savannah. Recently, a group of alumni from both schools met and thought that it would be great to celebrate and recall those … Continue reading “Joe and Joe: Azalea Bowl Classic Revisited”

Beach High School Classes Of 1946

By Savannah Tribune | December 20, 2017

SEDA

By Savannah Tribune | December 20, 2017