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Carver State Bank Welcomes The Consortium of Doctors

By Savannah Tribune | July 17, 2019

The national organization, the Consortium of Doctors, Ltd., will be welcomed to Savannah on Thursday, July 25 with a special reception hosted by Mr. & Mrs. Robert James and the staff of Carver State Bank. The Consortium will hold its annual conference in Savannah from Thursday through Sunday, July 25-28, with an array of activities and events. Robert James, president … Continue reading “Carver State Bank Welcomes The Consortium of Doctors”

Anatolia Tile + Stone Announce Savannah Expansion

By Savannah Tribune | July 17, 2019

Anatolia Tile + Stone announced today the expansion of their operations to Savannah, creating 124 new job opportunities and investing $98 million at two facilities at the Savannah River International Trade Park. Anatolia expects to bring in an estimated 10,000 to 15,000 TEUs through the Port of Savannah annually within the next six to 10 years. “As we expand our … Continue reading “Anatolia Tile + Stone Announce Savannah Expansion”

Greenbriar Celebrates 70th Anniversary With 5K Walk

By Savannah Tribune | July 17, 2019

Over one hundred supporters turned out early last Saturday morning as Greenbriar Children’s Center commemorated its 70th anniversary with a 5K “Walk to Greenbriar”, which began at the First African Baptist Church, 23 Montgomery St., and ended at the Greenbriar campus. Fleet Feet Savannah provided musical entertainment as the walkers gathered cheering them on. Walkers included members of the The … Continue reading “Greenbriar Celebrates 70th Anniversary With 5K Walk”

City Celebrates Opening Pennsylvania Avenue Resource Center

By Savannah Tribune | July 17, 2019

The City of Savannah held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Pennsylvania Avenue Resource Center (PARC) last Friday, July 12, 2019. Nearly one hundred community members and staff gathered to celebrate the opening of the SPLOST VI funded PARC ($7.25 million from the Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax or SPLOST). The 18,960- square-foot, two-story facility includes a fitness … Continue reading “City Celebrates Opening Pennsylvania Avenue Resource Center”

Mu Phi Chapter Omega Psi Phi Host Appreciation Cookout

By Savannah Tribune | July 17, 2019

The Mu Phi chapter of Omega Phi Psi, inc. hosted their annual cookout to show appreciation to all the employees of the Savannah Chatham County Public School System. Those in attendance were treated to a catered dinner, music, door prizes, and games. The Brothers of Mu Phi Chapter would like to thank all of the staff that work hard to … Continue reading “Mu Phi Chapter Omega Psi Phi Host Appreciation Cookout”

The Beach Institute Lecture and Learning Series Presents…

By Savannah Tribune | July 17, 2019

The Beach Institute Lecture and Learning Series Presents..“Strategies of Success: African-American Students’ Perspectives On Increasing Retention and Graduation Rates At Predominantly White Colleges and Universities” on- Wednesday, July 24, 2019, 6:00 – 7:30 PM at the Beach Institute, 502 E. Harris Street Dr. Alicia Brunson, Assistant Professor of Sociology at Georgia Southern University (Armstrong Campus) will discuss the experiences of … Continue reading “The Beach Institute Lecture and Learning Series Presents…”

Lady Eddie Lee Marsh Elected National 1st Vice President of TLOD

By Savannah Tribune | July 17, 2019

Lady Eddie Lee Marsh, a member of the Savannah Chapter of Top Ladies of Distinction, Incorporated; was elected and installed as National First Vice President of Top Ladies of Distinction, Incorporated during the National SynLod Conference held in Atlanta, Georgia. Top Ladies of Distinction, Inc. (TLOD) is a non-profit professional humanitarian organization, founded in Tyler, Texas in 1964, with the … Continue reading “Lady Eddie Lee Marsh Elected National 1st Vice President of TLOD”

Savannah Branch NAACP July Mass Meeting To Address Savannah State University’s Future

By Savannah Tribune | July 17, 2019

On Sunday, July 28, 4 pm, the Savannah Branch NAACP will hold a Mass Meeting at First African Baptist Church located at 23 Montgomery Street. Don Waters, chairman of the Board of Regents for the University System of Georgia, and Savannah State University Interim President Kimberly Ballard-Washington will address public concerns questioning the future of Savannah State University. The Board … Continue reading “Savannah Branch NAACP July Mass Meeting To Address Savannah State University’s Future”

Savannah Chapter of the Links, Incorporated Presents Donation to Savannah State University

By Savannah Tribune | July 17, 2019

The Savannah chapter of the Links, Incorporated, presented a donation to Savannah State University in the amount of $5,000 to fully endow the Savannah Chapter of the Links, Inc., Endowment. The donation brings the endowment total to $26,000 to support student scholarships. The funds were raised through their HBCU Community College Initiative. The presentation was made on June 12, 2019, … Continue reading “Savannah Chapter of the Links, Incorporated Presents Donation to Savannah State University”

Reclaiming Our Indigenous Power or Why Our Indigeneity Counts

By Savannah Tribune | July 17, 2019

Reclaiming Our Indigenous Power or Why Our Indigeneity Counts (Part II) is an evening of dialogue, film, and music about climate change, environmental harm and community interests to be held on Monday, July 29th 7p Parish Hall 1802 Abercorn St. The Collegiate Church of St. Paul the Apostle, Savannah, GA, 34th and Abercorn Street. Free. Rain or shine As a … Continue reading “Reclaiming Our Indigenous Power or Why Our Indigeneity Counts”