Kristen Horan Named Superintendent’s Student of the Month – August 2018

By Savannah Tribune | September 12, 2018

Our featured Student of the Month representing the month of August attends Garrison School for the Arts and is in 8th grade. Her teachers describe her as a student who has grown to be a leader. She completes all her assignments on time and assists other students when they need help. Kristen is a high honor roll student who is … Continue reading “Kristen Horan Named Superintendent’s Student of the Month – August 2018”

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By Savannah Tribune | September 12, 2018

HBCU Millennials Energized to Vote!

By Savannah Tribune | September 12, 2018

During the contentious 2016 presidential race between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, voter turnout still proved to be at an all-time low among students who attended Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU). Only two-years after the election of the very controversial and confrontational President Trump, Kamau Marshall, Director of African American Media and Deputy National Press Secretary, Democratic Congressional Campaign … Continue reading “HBCU Millennials Energized to Vote!”

Osaka Beats Williams In 2018 US Open Final: Paving The Way For A New Tennis Legend

By Savannah Tribune | September 12, 2018

Naomi Osaka has broken barriers in the world of women’s tennis. With critics naming her the next Serena Williams, that just might be the case. Over this past weekend Osaka defeated 23-grand slam champion Serena Williams, at Arthur Ashe Stadium. Osaka’s performance during the match was superb, with serves reaching 100 mph. On the Today’s Show, when Osaka was asked … Continue reading “Osaka Beats Williams In 2018 US Open Final: Paving The Way For A New Tennis Legend”

Nia Franklin Wins Miss America: Another Black Girl Rocks

By Savannah Tribune | September 12, 2018

The genius, intelligence, beauty and spirit of Black women, which continues to transform the world, shined brightly again Sunday as Nia Franklin became the first Miss America in the post-swimsuit era. “It took a lot of perseverance to get here,” Franklin, the freshly crowned beauty queen, said after her win. “I want to thank my beautiful family, my mom and … Continue reading “Nia Franklin Wins Miss America: Another Black Girl Rocks”

United Way of the Coastal Empire Announces 2018 Campaign Goal at Kickoff

By Savannah Tribune | September 12, 2018

United Way of the Coastal Empire sets its community campaign goal for 2018 at $8,133,333. The organization announced the goal Thursday afternoon in a kick-off event at the Savannah Civic Center. The funds raised will mobilize local resources to provide critical health and human services to thousands of people in a four-county region of Bryan, Chatham, Effingham, and Liberty. United … Continue reading “United Way of the Coastal Empire Announces 2018 Campaign Goal at Kickoff”

Voter Registration Info for ReEntering Citizens

By Savannah Tribune | September 12, 2018

OFF PAPER? You Have The Right To Vote! Get On The Roll! Register to Vote! Your Vote Is Your Voice! Been Convicted of a Felony? Have you: Done your time? Paid your fine? Completed probation/parole? If so, your voting rights have automatically been restored. But, in order to cast your ballot and make your voice heard, you must register to … Continue reading “Voter Registration Info for ReEntering Citizens”

J.C. Lewis Serves Donates New Delivery Vehicle To Community Partner Serving Over 6100 Children In Need

By Savannah Tribune | September 12, 2018

J.C. Lewis Serves is founded on the idea of putting the needs of others first — a principal of J.C. Lewis Ford since 1912. J.C. Lewis Serves began a partnership with P.A.C.K. (People of Action Caring for Kids) to collect, donate and deliver school supplies. An immediate additional need was recognized. “Being involved with so many aspects of P.A.C.K. from … Continue reading “J.C. Lewis Serves Donates New Delivery Vehicle To Community Partner Serving Over 6100 Children In Need”

Red Cross: Donors Urged To Give Blood

By Savannah Tribune | September 12, 2018

The American Red Cross urges people of all races and ethnicities to give blood to help ensure a diverse blood supply for patients in need. Some blood types are unique to certain racial and ethnic groups, so a diverse blood supply is important to meeting the medical needs of an increasingly diverse patient population. Blood given to patients with rare … Continue reading “Red Cross: Donors Urged To Give Blood”

Parent University- Effingham

By Savannah Tribune | September 12, 2018

Parent University – Effingham fall session will be held Saturday, September 22, 2018. Parent University – Effingham’s 6th graduation and informational sessions will be held at Effingham County Middle School located at 1659 Highway 119 South, Guyton, GA 31312. Registration begins at 8:00 am with a nutritious continental breakfast followed by the general session promptly starting at 9:00 a.m. All … Continue reading “Parent University- Effingham”