Vaden Automotive Celebrates 50 Years and Grand Re-Opening of Dan Vaden Chevrolet/Cadillac

By Savannah Tribune | April 11, 2018

Vaden Automotive is celebrating 50 years in business and held the grand re-opening of Dan Vaden Chevrolet and Vaden Cadillac Savannah last Friday, April 6th at 9393 Abercorn Street. Mayor Eddie De- Loach along with members from the Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce, local dignitaries and the leadership from Vaden including President, Jane Vaden Thacher were in attendance. “This year … Continue reading “Vaden Automotive Celebrates 50 Years and Grand Re-Opening of Dan Vaden Chevrolet/Cadillac”

66 Young Black Elected Officials Release National Agenda to Combat Police Brutality

By Savannah Tribune | April 11, 2018

The National Black Caucus of the Young Elected Officials Network released a new police brutality agenda. The Young Elected Officials (YEO) Network is a nonpartisan program of People For the American Way Foundation. The letter was signed by 66 young black elected officials. It calls for a jointed effort to end police brutality and gun violence. “If we are truly … Continue reading “66 Young Black Elected Officials Release National Agenda to Combat Police Brutality”

Tye Whitely Announces Her Candidacy For School Board President

By Savannah Tribune | April 11, 2018

Local education center director and award winning parent volunteer Tyesha “Tye” Whitely officially announced her candidacy for Chatham County School Board President Feb 11,2018 via FaceBook Live. Tye is a Savannah native who was part of Savannah Art’s Academy first class. She graduated with honors from Savannah High School in 1999. She is a graduate of Morris Brown College where … Continue reading “Tye Whitely Announces Her Candidacy For School Board President”

United Way Highlights 2017 Accomplishments, Honors Volunteers

By Savannah Tribune | April 11, 2018

United Way of the Coastal Empire thanked individuals who volunteered their time to make 2017 a success, celebrated the community giving that the organization relies so much upon, and welcomed new board members and officers who will lead the charge for this year’s campaign and community investment process. Approximately 400 people attended the Annual Meeting and Awards luncheon held on … Continue reading “United Way Highlights 2017 Accomplishments, Honors Volunteers”

Connecting Careers And Culture At Savannah African Art Museum

By Savannah Tribune | April 11, 2018

Maxime Mballa Tagny is an undergraduate senior studying Industrial Design at Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD). Maxime Mballa-Tagny is a Cameroonian native who moved to the United States with his family in 2012. After completing his secondary education in New York, Mballa-Tagny was accepted to study in SCAD’s Industrial Design program in 2016. Mballa-Tagny shares that residing in … Continue reading “Connecting Careers And Culture At Savannah African Art Museum”

Moon To Participate In Leadership Academy

By Savannah Tribune | April 11, 2018

Teen Nate Moon, Jr, has been accepted to participate in the Vivien Coe Richard National Top Teens Leadership Academy, sponsored by Top Ladies of Distinction Inc., July 14-21, 2018 in Houston, Texas. The academy is designed to develop within the Top Teen those leadership qualities that enhance leadership abilities. The teens will participate in activities designed for emerging leaders. They … Continue reading “Moon To Participate In Leadership Academy”

Earl T. Shinhoster Youth Leadership Institute Prepare for WeeklongProgram

By Savannah Tribune | April 11, 2018

The Earl T. Shinhoster Youth Leadership Institute is currently accepting applications for its 2018 summer session. Get ready to grow as a local, national and global youth leader. The Institute will be held July 9 – 13, from 9:00 am -5:00 pm at the Beach Institute, 502 E. Harris Street. Registration is open to youth ages 12 to 17. Youth … Continue reading “Earl T. Shinhoster Youth Leadership Institute Prepare for WeeklongProgram”

TEAM Fest

By Savannah Tribune | April 11, 2018

Coastal Heritage Society invites the public to attend the 2nd annual STEAM Fest, an interactive, family-friendly event designed to showcase STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) education activities as well as to kick off the summer season of steam site tours by rail at Georgia State Railroad Museum. The event will be held Saturday, May 5th, from 10 am … Continue reading “TEAM Fest”

Start Your Day With Prayer

By Savannah Tribune | April 11, 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 | April 11, 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”