Live Oak Public Libraries Celebrates National Poetry Month

By Savannah Tribune | March 28, 2018

Live Oak Public Libraries celebrates National Poetry Month by welcoming nationally recognized author Kwame Alexander to Southwest Chatham Library on Tuesday, April 17, 2018 at 5:00 PM. The poet and educator will present his newest work Rebound as well as The Crossover, followed by a book signing. The event is free and open to the public. Alexander is returning to … Continue reading “Live Oak Public Libraries Celebrates National Poetry Month”

Spring Presidential Book Signing

By Savannah Tribune | March 28, 2018

On April 4, 2018, Robert E. Cohen will host a book signing for all five of his publications. Cohen is not just your regular author; overcoming obstacles of a different type have made him all the more resilient. Among those featured will be his four publications Joys, Fears & Tears, which was his first book of his life story as … Continue reading “Spring Presidential Book Signing”

Mrs. Sarah P. Robinson Celebrates 100th Birthday

By Savannah Tribune | March 28, 2018

Mrs. Sarah Pullen Robinson celebrated her 100th birthday one day early, on March 18, with about 130 family members and friends at the Carey Hilliard Banquet Hall in Savannah. Mrs. Robinson, a longtime resident of Jacksonville, currently lives in Savannah. Mrs. Robinson was radiant in her pink outfit and tiara. She wore a pink slash that proclaimed “Its My Birthday”. … Continue reading “Mrs. Sarah P. Robinson Celebrates 100th Birthday”

Presentation & Book Signing

By Savannah Tribune | March 28, 2018

On Saturday, March 31st, 2018, the Beach Institute at 502 E. Harris St. will host a presentation and book signing by Michael A. Carson from 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM. A considerable amount of the world’s most influential inventors have been African-American, which is a fact that is often overlooked. Throughout history, African-American inventors have played a pivotal role in … Continue reading “Presentation & Book Signing”

Leadership Southeast Georgia Continues 2018 Classes with Session Three

By Savannah Tribune | March 28, 2018

Leadership Southeast Georgia, a regional leadership development program, held its third of five sessions to focus on the impact of the region’s military installations on economic development and how those military resources interconnect with the leadership program’s topics. The session, held in Camden County, also addressed the region’s disaster preparedness and resources in the wake of recent hurricanes. “This session … Continue reading “Leadership Southeast Georgia Continues 2018 Classes with Session Three”

As You Prepare Your 2017 Tax Return, Don’t Forget Saving for College Can Have Tax Benefits

By Savannah Tribune | March 28, 2018

While it may be too late to change the financial decisions of the past year, it’s not too late to contribute to a 529 college savings account and claim the tax benefits of that investment on your tax return. Contributions to the state of Georgia’s Path- 2College 529 Plan made by the tax deduction deadline, this year – Tuesday, April … Continue reading “As You Prepare Your 2017 Tax Return, Don’t Forget Saving for College Can Have Tax Benefits”

FUNdraising Good Times The Right To Be Wrong

By Savannah Tribune | March 28, 2018

“Fundraising is known for its abundance of failures and few successes.” We can’t recall who said this, but we know it is true. Yet many people think otherwise. Plans are created; goals are set. Most are focused on “incremental growth.” Maybe it’s a little more direct mail. Or maybe a change in sponsorship levels for a special event. Some may … Continue reading “FUNdraising Good Times The Right To Be Wrong”

Parents Urged to be Smart Consumers When Looking For Summer Camps

By Savannah Tribune | March 28, 2018

Bright from the Start: Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning (DECAL) is partnering with Quality Care for Children (QCC) to help parents find summer camps and child care programs for the summer. Parents can verify their camps by visiting www.qualityrated.org to see if it is either licensed or exempt from licensing. If parents prefer, they can speak with a … Continue reading “Parents Urged to be Smart Consumers When Looking For Summer Camps”

Start Your Day With Prayer

By Savannah Tribune | March 28, 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.

Prayer & Healing School

By Savannah Tribune | March 28, 2018

Heavenly Books & Gifts Family Resource Center located at 77 D West Fairmont Ave (Between Abercorn & White Bluff) in Savannah is pleased to announce Prayer & Healing School for those who need healing in spirit, emotions, soul, or sick in body or need a miracle from God. Prayer & Healing School is available – Thursday, Friday &, Saturday afternoon … Continue reading “Prayer & Healing School”