Theresa L. Watson Announces Candidacy For 5th District SCCPSS

By Savannah Tribune | April 04, 2018

Theresa Watson announced candidacy for 5th District for the Savannah Chatham County Public School System. Theresa Watson is a graduate of Robert W. Groves High School and a graduate of Savannah Technical College. Theresa received a diploma in Child Growth and Development and went on to continue studies at Savannah State University where she majored in Social Work and Special … Continue reading “Theresa L. Watson Announces Candidacy For 5th District SCCPSS”

The Georgia Sheriff ’s Association Recognizes Three Chaplains

By Savannah Tribune | April 04, 2018

On March the 10th, 2018, The Georgia Sheriffs’ Association Chaplains Division recognized and honored three of their chaplains for 20 years of outstanding service to their sheriff’s office and community. Please join me in congratulating Bishop Willie Ferrell, Chatham County; David Thornton, Floyd County; and Len Woodard, Bibb County. Our prayers are with you and your family, as you continue … Continue reading “The Georgia Sheriff ’s Association Recognizes Three Chaplains”

Dr. Joe Buck Formally Announces Candidacy for President SCCPSS

By Savannah Tribune | April 04, 2018

Dr. Joe Buck, III formally announced his candidacy for Savannah-Chatham County Public School System (SCCPSS) Board President today on the steps of the school system’s administrative offices at 208 Bull Street. Buck served as the two-term president for the SCCPSS from 2007 to 2014. Amongst a group of community leaders, Buck explained, “The AdvanceED report shows clearly the current Board … Continue reading “Dr. Joe Buck Formally Announces Candidacy for President SCCPSS”

A Spring Fling & Fashion Show

By Savannah Tribune | April 04, 2018

Feiler Park Neighborhood Association, Inc. Presents: A Spring Fling & Fashion Show on Saturday, April 21st, 2018 @ 3:00pm at the Beach Institute African American Cultural Center, located at 502 E. Harris St, Savannah, GA 31401. Donation: $10.00.

Nine Line Apparel Designs Clothing Line To Benefit the Savannah Children’s Choir

By Savannah Tribune | April 04, 2018

Nine Line Apparel has designed a limited edition “A Soldier’s Heart” clothing line. The line is inspired by “A Soldier’s Heart”, composed by Wycliffe Gordon, with lyrics by Roger Moss, and commissioned by local military supporter Dick Eckburg. The Savannah Children’s Choir will perform “A Soldier’s Heart” at the Normandy Memorial in France on D Day. The song represents a … Continue reading “Nine Line Apparel Designs Clothing Line To Benefit the Savannah Children’s Choir”

Countdown to the May 2018 Primary At the Hungry Club Forum

By Savannah Tribune | April 04, 2018

The Hungry Club Forum of Savannah, Inc. (HCFS), “Harnessing the Power of Collaboration on the issues of today and tomorrow,” will hold its regular first-Saturday forum entitled, “Profiles and Platforms: Countdown to the May 22nd Primary” on Saturday April 7, 2018, at 9:30 AM, in the Multipurpose Room of the WBS YMCA, located at 1110 May Street. Savannah’s premiere community … Continue reading “Countdown to the May 2018 Primary At the Hungry Club Forum”

THE THIRTEENTH ANNUAL SAVANNAH ARTS ACADEMY FILM & MEDIA FESTIVAL

By Savannah Tribune | April 04, 2018

The Communication Arts Department at Savannah Arts Academy will host the 13th Annual Savannah Arts Academy Film & Media Festival on Friday, May 11 at 7:00pm. This event features student-created commercials, public service announcements, short films and others. Our young filmmakers will begin arriving by limousine at 6:15 pm, dressed for a Hollywood movie premier. Come take pictures, collect autographs, … Continue reading “THE THIRTEENTH ANNUAL SAVANNAH ARTS ACADEMY FILM & MEDIA FESTIVAL”

National Civil Rights Museum Unveils New Exhibit That Examines The Impact Of King’s Death And Legacy

By Savannah Tribune | April 04, 2018

MLK50: A Legacy Remembered will open at the National Civil Rights Museum (NCRM) on April 4 in conjunction with the 50th anniversary commemoration of the death of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Featuring rare photographs, documents, and other items, the exhibit will be on display in the museum’s State of Tennessee gallery through December 31 and will be included with … Continue reading “National Civil Rights Museum Unveils New Exhibit That Examines The Impact Of King’s Death And Legacy”

Sol C Johnson National Alumni Association Announces Prize Winners

By Savannah Tribune | April 04, 2018

Sol C Johnson National Alumni Association give recognition to Shakhly Mack, Salynn Givens and Marie Smith to being winners of our prize drawings. We thank and appreciate all that participated in the fundraiser. Look for foreward more events from the Smashers. No to Equal but Excel

Junior League of Savannah Kicks Off Third Annual Little Black Dress Initiative

By Savannah Tribune | April 04, 2018

The Junior League of Savannah kicked off their third Annual Little Black Dress Initiative (LBDI) on Monday. By leveraging the iconic “Little Black Dress” and participants’ social media channels, they will shine a spotlight on the issues surrounding poverty. The campaign will run from April 2-6, 2018. During this time members and community partners will wear the same black dress … Continue reading “Junior League of Savannah Kicks Off Third Annual Little Black Dress Initiative”