Small Church With A Big Heart – 50th Street Church of Christ

By Savannah Tribune | January 17, 2018

The 50th Street Church of Christ Youth Ministry ended 2017 in the same spirit of love, activities and charitable giving in which it began. Under the direction of Youth Minister Bro. Marvin Johnson, the year was full of successful youth projects. In January, a vision board craft project that encouraged the youth to set goals and acknowledge their individual visions … Continue reading “Small Church With A Big Heart – 50th Street Church of Christ”

Live Oak Public Libraries Joins the PINES Network

By Savannah Tribune | January 17, 2018

In February, Live Oak Public Libraries joins the PINES network of public libraries in Georgia. In preparation for being part of the PINES network, Live Oak Public Libraries will offer fine forgiveness for any library materials that are currently overdue. All overdue fees and fines will be waived from now until February 20, 2018. PINES serves residents of Georgia through … Continue reading “Live Oak Public Libraries Joins the PINES Network”

GMBC First District Deaconess Announces

By Savannah Tribune | January 17, 2018

The GMBC First District Deaconess invite you to attend “A Night With the King,” an evening of dining and fellowship, on Wednesday, February 14, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. The event will be held at Pilgrim Missionary Association Educational Center, located at 801 Central Boulevard, Guyton, Georgia 31312. An evening of entertainment, games, trivia, and much more is planned. Each district … Continue reading “GMBC First District Deaconess Announces”

Re-Pack The Backpack Event In Savannah

By Savannah Tribune | January 17, 2018

Free School Supplies While Supplies Last. Students and their parents are invited to Brock Elementary School (1804 Stratford Street) on Thursday, January 18, 4 p.m. – 7 p.m. for free school supplies while supplies last. Children must be present. In addition, free health screenings, games, prizes, refreshments, health education and much more will take place. Amerigroup Community Care representatives will … Continue reading “Re-Pack The Backpack Event In Savannah”

Georgia Chamber of Commerce Announces Paul P. Hinchey as Regional Chair

By Savannah Tribune | January 17, 2018

The longtime St. Joseph’s/Candler President & CEO will represent 10 southeast Georgia counties and champion their community and legislative priorities The Georgia Chamber has chosen to elect Paul P. Hinchey, President & CEO of St. Joseph’s/Candler, as Region 12 Chair. As a critical component to the Chamber, Region Chairs provide invaluable insight that is relative to communities statewide, and essential … Continue reading “Georgia Chamber of Commerce Announces Paul P. Hinchey as Regional Chair”

2018 MegaGenesis

By Savannah Tribune | January 17, 2018

On Saturday, February 24, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., Beta Phi Lambda chapter in Savannah, in partnership with the Savannah Chatham-County Public System (SCCPSS), the Chatham County Youth Commission and 100 Black Men of Savannah, will be hosting a daylong combined college fair/career fair at Sol C. Johnson High School. This event is an annual function, held since 2007 with … Continue reading “2018 MegaGenesis”

Scenes from The 2018 MLKing, Jr. Celebration

By Savannah Tribune | January 17, 2018

Pin Point Heritage Museum’s 2018 ‘Art & Oysters’

By Savannah Tribune | January 17, 2018

On Saturday, February 3 from 6 to 9 pm, Pin Point Heritage Museum, 9924 Pin Point Ave, Savannah, GA 31406, will host “Art & Oysters,” an exclusive meet and greet with world- renowned artist Jerome Meadows. The event will include savory soul food provided by Creative Catering, oysters and premium bar selections for each guest. Meadows’ artwork will also be … Continue reading “Pin Point Heritage Museum’s 2018 ‘Art & Oysters’”

Telfair Museum Presents Exhibitions by Two Contemporary Artists Who Explore African American Identity

By Savannah Tribune | January 17, 2018

Two exhibitions opening at Telfair Museums’ Jepson Center on January 26 will explore different aspects and narratives of the African American experience. Carrie Mae Weems: Sea Islands Series, 1991-1992 address Gullah-Geechee culture in the South while Paul Stephen Benjamin: Reinterpreting the Sound of Blackness examines blackness through sound and color. “Both of these exhibitions invite questions about the impact of … Continue reading “Telfair Museum Presents Exhibitions by Two Contemporary Artists Who Explore African American Identity”

Start Your Day With Prayer

By Savannah Tribune | January 17, 2018

Start your day with prayer Monday through Friday beginning at 6:30am.with the Tremont Temple Missionary Baptist Church Prayerline. Call 1-641-715-3272; access code is 741607.