Neighborhood Impovement Association Community Empowerment

By Savannah Tribune | November 07, 2018

Join the Neighbohood Improvement Association, Inc Friday, December 7, 2018, as they celebrate their commitment to community empowerment. They will come together for the first public showcase of the accomplishments and to honor those who made it possible. Among the honorees are Dr. Otis Johnson, who founded NIA in 1996; Edward Chisolm, NIA’s first Director; Mike Kaslik, CPA, Volunteer and … Continue reading “Neighborhood Impovement Association Community Empowerment”

SCCPS’s District Achievement Showcase

By Savannah Tribune | November 07, 2018

The Savannah Chatham County Public Schools held their District Achievement Showcase last Monday, November 5, 2018 at the Yamacraw Performing Arts Center. This is an opportunity for district leaders to recognize the accomplishments of school district students, staff and community partners. “I am proud of our newest effort to recognize and promote excellence and service to our community”, said Superintendent … Continue reading “SCCPS’s District Achievement Showcase”

Omega Legends Honored “Bridge Builders Then and Now”

By Savannah Tribune | November 07, 2018

The men of Mu Phi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. held a “Bridge Builders” Luncheon on Saturday, November 3, 2018 to honor the Mu Phi Legends. The honorees included members of Mu Phi, the local graduated chapter of Omega, who have completed more than 50 years of service to the Fraternity, as well as the widows of members … Continue reading “Omega Legends Honored “Bridge Builders Then and Now””

Calvary Day School Yearbook Gets Statewide Recognition

By Savannah Tribune | November 07, 2018

The Georgia Scholastic Press Association recently recognized the Calvary Day School for its outstanding yearbook. Out of all the schools in the state, they were given the 2017- 2018 “All-Georgia” award for overall book, which is awarded to the best yearbook in Georgia each year. In addition to winning All-Georgia, the staff won five All-Georgia individual awards, as well as … Continue reading “Calvary Day School Yearbook Gets Statewide Recognition”

Annual Holiday Bash

By Savannah Tribune | November 07, 2018

Oh by golly tis the season to be jolly, Sol C. Johnson National Alumni Association Inc. invites you to our annual Holiday Bash, for food ,fun and good conversations. Come enjoy the DJ and live entertainment at the Masonic Hall 302 E. Broad Street, 6p-11p. BYOB. For more information contact Brenda Graham, 912-441-4518 or Emily Johnson 912-691- 2168.

Alpha Kappa Alpha Establishes An Endowment at SSU

By Savannah Tribune | November 07, 2018

Gamma Sigma Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated and its non-profit arm, Moving All Races to Higher Achievement (M.A.R.T.H.A.) Incorporated has established an endowment for a lifelong commitment to Savannah State University. In 2017 Alpha Kappa Alpha’s nonprofit, the Education Advancement Foundation (EAF) encouraged chapters to contribute to historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) through EAF. On October … Continue reading “Alpha Kappa Alpha Establishes An Endowment at SSU”

SSU Environment Science Club Hosts Recycling Day Event

By Savannah Tribune | November 07, 2018

Savannah State University (SSU) and the City of Savannah will host a recycling day event on Thursday, November 15. The Environmental Science Club and the marine and environmental sciences department at SSU have partnered with city officials to urge residents to recycle paper, plastic, glass and cooking grease by bringing items to SSU campus, in front of Tiger Arena, 9 … Continue reading “SSU Environment Science Club Hosts Recycling Day Event”

Residents Sought for Job Skills Development Program

By Savannah Tribune | November 07, 2018

Savannah Tree Foundation is “Rooting Community” with tree planting efforts across Chatham County over the next few months. The Rooting Community tree plantings are focused on under-served neighborhoods. But what makes these tree plantings different is that it will include jobs and hands-on training. Residents in the areas around tree planting sites are encouraged to apply to serve as Tree … Continue reading “Residents Sought for Job Skills Development Program”

City Approves Green Bike Lanes After Pilot

By Savannah Tribune | November 07, 2018

The Lincoln Street Bicycle Lane will get a new look to improve safety following action by City Council on Monday. Earlier this year the City tested small sections of the bike lane, located on Lincoln between Victory Drive and Liberty Street, with several types of highly visible green markings. During Monday’s Council Meeting, the Mayor and Aldermen awarded a $221,235 … Continue reading “City Approves Green Bike Lanes After Pilot”

Start Your Day With Prayer

By Savannah Tribune | November 07, 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.