Hungry Club Forum Annual Luncheon Held


(L-R) City Manager Stephanie Cutter, Cornelia Hall, Bishop Willie Ferrell, Diana Harvey Johnson, Mayor Edna Jackson, and Richard Shinhoster
(L-R) City Manager Stephanie Cutter, Cornelia Hall, Bishop Willie Ferrell, Diana Harvey Johnson, Mayor Edna Jackson, and Richard Shinhoster

Savannah’s newly appointed City Manager, Stephanie Cutter was the keynote address at The Hungry Club Forum of Savannah Inc.’s (HCFS) Annual Community Service Appreciation Reception–Luncheon on Saturday, May 4, 2013. The Luncheon took place in the Eden Room of The Temple of Glory. A welcoming reception was followed by the luncheon. The theme for this year’s luncheon is “Becoming the Change that We Want to See: Launching and Assessing Initiatives Locally for Our Future Prosperity.”

Mrs. Cutter is an exemplary municipal administrator who consistently demonstrates fairness, great faith, significant vision and a quiet resolve.

The Hungry Club Forum of Savannah, Inc. is a Georgia non-profit, community oriented, public organization dedicated to providing quality educational, economic empowerment and cultural enrichment programs, and to bringing forth involvement and discussion of issues to move our collective community forward.

The Hungry Club Forum of Savannah, Inc. presented the 2013 Award to former Georgia State senator Diana Harvey Johnson, for her years of advocacy in the areas of small and Minority Business Development, Education, Workforce Development on both the local and national levels. The Washington

Walker Award is designed to honor individuals and organizations that are making outstanding contributions to the local, state, national, or international community or a combination thereof in the areas of business and entrepreneurship development, education, and advocacy for inclusion in the mainstream of American life by all aspiring segments of the community.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.