Savannah State Accepts Donation From Local Church

By Savannah Tribune | March 21, 2018

Savannah State University (SSU) accepted a donation of $35,000 from the congregation of the New Zion Independent Methodist Church. The funds will support student scholarships. The local church recently disbanded and as a nonprofit, donated its assets to another nonprofit. Reatha Stevens, trustee of the assets, and an alumna of Savannah State, said the original bylaws stipulated the assets be … Continue reading “Savannah State Accepts Donation From Local Church”

SSU Visual Art Student Takes On New Role At Savannah African Art Museum

By Savannah Tribune | March 21, 2018

Sharonna Ray, an undergraduate senior studying Visual Art at Savannah State has been selected as an Education and Public Relations Intern at the Savannah African Art Museum (SAAM). “What strikes your interest for working with the Savannah African Art Museum?” asks Barbara Essig, Education and Public Relations Coordinator. Ms. Ray explains, “As a Visual Art student, I am fervent about … Continue reading “SSU Visual Art Student Takes On New Role At Savannah African Art Museum”

Old Fort Reunion

By Savannah Tribune | March 21, 2018

The Annual Old Fort Reunion will take place on Monday, April 2, 2018 at the Masonic Hall, 602 East Broad St. There will be good old cooked food and sodas. Looking forward to seeing you. BYOB. The reunion won’t be the same without you.

Sickle Cell Road Race & Walk Celebrates 39th Year

By Savannah Tribune | March 21, 2018

The Annual Sickle Road Race & Walk held Saturday, April 14, 2018 in East Point, is a great time for Peachtree Road Race competitors to run a qualifier and for advocates to team up in the name of family, friends, and co-workers who suffer from sickle cell anemia. The race is an official qualifying event for the Peachtree Road Race … Continue reading “Sickle Cell Road Race & Walk Celebrates 39th Year”

St. Pius X High School Alumni Monthly Meeting

By Savannah Tribune | March 21, 2018

Due to the St. Patrick’s Day Holiday Weekend, the St. Pius X High School Alumni Association will hold its monthly meeting on Saturday, March 24, 2018 @ 1:00 p.m. at the Savannah Classical Academy – 705 E. Anderson St. – Savannah, GA (Grove St. entrance). This meeting is open to all students or staff who attended St. Pius X High … Continue reading “St. Pius X High School Alumni Monthly Meeting”

NAACP Mass Meeting

By Savannah Tribune | March 21, 2018

The Prisons Committee of the Savannah Branch NAACP will host a Mass Meeting on Sunday, March 25, 4 PM at Thankful Missionary Baptist Church, Deacon Freddie Stevens, Chairman of Deacons, 820 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Guest speakers will discuss House Bill 657, concerning guns and felons, and issues of ex-felon re-entry into the community after release from prison. This … Continue reading “NAACP Mass Meeting”

New Life Retreat Drug and Alcohol Education and Rehabilitation

By Savannah Tribune | March 21, 2018

People who know someone struggling with an addiction often wonder how to help that friend or relative. With your support, they have a greater chance of overcoming their addiction. Each situation is unique, but there are some general guidelines for finding a drug rehab that works best for them. To learn more visit: www.narcononnewliferetreat.org/blog/shocking solution-to-heroin-addiction.html ADDICTION SCREENINGS Narconon can help … Continue reading “New Life Retreat Drug and Alcohol Education and Rehabilitation”

Wilson Fired As ECSU Football Coach

By Savannah Tribune | March 21, 2018

Former Savannah State football coach Earnest Wilson has been fired as the head football coach at Elizabeth City State, effective immediately. Wilson took over as head coach of the Division II program in February, 2016. In his first season, he led the Vikings to a 5-5 overall record; 4-3 in the CIAA. He was also named the 2016 CIAA Football … Continue reading “Wilson Fired As ECSU Football Coach”

Claflin Leaving SIAC to Join CIAA

By Savannah Tribune | March 21, 2018

Claflin University has announced that it is leaving the Southern Intercollegiate Conference (SIAC) and is joining the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA), effective July, 1, 2018. “We believe this is a win-win situation for the University and our student athletes,” Claflin president Henry Tisdale said. “The CIAA aligns with our institutional profile and the proximity of its members to Orangeburg … Continue reading “Claflin Leaving SIAC to Join CIAA”