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Delta Solutions, Inc. Presents An “Unbelievably Amazing” Evening

By Savannah Tribune | June 20, 2018

Savannah Civic Center’s Johnny Mercer Theatre was the scene of Delta Solutions, Inc. and Tigers ROCK Group’s signature “Unforgettable Pageantry” event, “UNBELIEVABLY AMAZING!” On Saturday, June 16, 2018 contestants from ages 4 – 12 graced the stage in a stellar performance in support of the charitable pageant event. Through their dedication and commitment to the cause, and through community supporter’s … Continue reading “Delta Solutions, Inc. Presents An “Unbelievably Amazing” Evening”

Dr. Patrice Harris, First African-American Woman Elected President-Elect Of AMA

By Savannah Tribune | June 20, 2018

The American Medical Association (AMA) House of Delegates elected Patrice A. Harris, MD, a psychiatrist from Atlanta, as its president-elect at the AMA Annual Meeting in Chicago Tuesday. She is the first African-American woman to win the office, and when she assumes the post of AMA president in June 2019, Dr. Harris also will be the Association’s first African-American female … Continue reading “Dr. Patrice Harris, First African-American Woman Elected President-Elect Of AMA”

Georgia Woman Receives SSU Degree Eight Decades Later

By Savannah Tribune | June 13, 2018

Savannah State University (SSU) awarded an honorary degree of Associate of Humane Letters to Eloise Alston, 97, in Easton, Maryland, in a brief ceremony on June 2. SSU President Cheryl Davenport Dozier personally presented the degree at Alston’s senior living community. Alston attended SSU, then Georgia State College, to study home economics. She left when her family required her to … Continue reading “Georgia Woman Receives SSU Degree Eight Decades Later”

Savannah Community Dedicates Toomer Historical Marker

By Savannah Tribune | June 13, 2018

On June 7, 2018, an impressive crowd of Savannah community leaders gathered in Chatham Square to unveil and dedicate a Historical Marker saluting the founder of Carver State Bank, Louis B. Toomer. The Toomer Historical Marker is the first such tribute to an African American by the Georgia Historical Society in the Historic District of Savannah. After an opening prayer … Continue reading “Savannah Community Dedicates Toomer Historical Marker”

City Unveiled First Honorary Street Designation Celebrating Local Pastor

By Savannah Tribune | June 13, 2018

Last Friday, June 8, 2018, the City of Savannah unveiled its first honorary street designation, in honor of Savannah residents Reverend Lexice Aiken and his wife Mary Aiken, the pastor and first lady of St. Luke Missionary Baptist Church for more than 50 years. Nearly 100 City Council members, Rev. and Mrs. Aiken, the Aiken family, members of the St. … Continue reading “City Unveiled First Honorary Street Designation Celebrating Local Pastor”

North Korea Agrees To ‘Complete Denuclearization of The Korean Peninsula’

By Savannah Tribune | June 13, 2018

Nearly five hours of unprecedented talks between United States President Donald Trump and North Korea’s Kim Jong Un ended Tuesday, June 12, with declarations of a new friendship but just vague pledges of nuclear disarmament. President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un signed a document stating that Pyongyang would work toward “complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula”— a … Continue reading “North Korea Agrees To ‘Complete Denuclearization of The Korean Peninsula’”

New York Life Savannah Presents $27,500 Check To SCCPSS

By Savannah Tribune | June 06, 2018

New York Life’s Savannah General Office presented a check for $27,500 to the Savannah Chatham County Public School System last Monday, June 4, for participating in the New York Life Grief-Sensitive Schools Initiative. Over the past several years, the New York Life Foundation, the charitable arm of the company, in partnership with National Center of School Crisis and Bereavement, has … Continue reading “New York Life Savannah Presents $27,500 Check To SCCPSS”

6th Annual E93 Family Reunion

By Savannah Tribune | June 06, 2018

E93 presents the 6th annual “E93 Family Reunion” on Saturday, June 9th at Daffin Park from 12n – 5pm. This event is for the entire family! Performing live on the Amerigroup Community Care sound stage is Epic Records recording artist, Kent Jones! Jones, an American hip-hop rapper/singer from DJ Khaled’s ‘We The Best’ label, will be performing his hit singles, … Continue reading “6th Annual E93 Family Reunion”

Stacy Abrams Invited To Speak At Juneteenth In Wells Park!

By Savannah Tribune | June 06, 2018

The Daughters of Mary Magdalene have invited the Democratic Nominee for Governor Stacy Abrams to speak at the Historical Juneteenth Festival on Saturday, June 16. The Honors Program will begin at 11am at Wells Park (38th St. & Montgomery St.). The history of Juneteenth and Ms. Abrams winning the Democratic Nominee is interrelated. Prior to the independence of our Black … Continue reading “Stacy Abrams Invited To Speak At Juneteenth In Wells Park!”

Coastal Jazz Welcomes The Peter Mazza Quartet For A Special Father’s Day Concert

By Savannah Tribune | June 06, 2018

Celebrate Father’s Day with a Sunday Jazz concert! The Peter Mazza Quartet will be performing Sunday, June 17, 2018 from 5 PM to 7 PM at The Ben Tucker Pavillion, 2 Resort Dr. Savannah, GA, 31412. Coastal Jazz Association Members attend for free! Non-members can purchase tickets at www.eventbrite.com/e/the-peter mazza- quartet- tickets 44202083622? Peter Mazza is a remarkably accomplished jazz … Continue reading “Coastal Jazz Welcomes The Peter Mazza Quartet For A Special Father’s Day Concert”