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A Special Invitation to You!

By Savannah Tribune | July 11, 2018

As we celebrate 40 years of Ministry, we cordially invited you to attend the Gospel Truth Christian Care Academy Reunion on Sunday July 22, 2018 at the Botanical Garden 2 Canebrake, Road in Savannah, Georgia at 4:30 in the evening. This is a God inspired explosion, and we know that many hearts will be turned to our Lord and Savior … Continue reading “A Special Invitation to You!”

Candidate Spotlight: Georgia’s Next Governor, Stacey Abrams

By Savannah Tribune | July 11, 2018

Georgia’s WIN List is proud to endorse former House Democratic Leader Stacey Abrams, the Democratic gubernatorial nominee. Abrams leads a slate of the most diverse candidates the Georgia Democratic party has ever fielded. Leader Abrams, a businesswoman, attorney, and best selling author, grew up with five siblings in Gulfport, Mississippi. Despite their own financial struggles, her parents made serving others … Continue reading “Candidate Spotlight: Georgia’s Next Governor, Stacey Abrams”

Gullah/Geechee Sea Island Coalition Presents Queen Quet

By Savannah Tribune | July 11, 2018

Queen Quet, Chieftess of the Gullah/ Geechee Nation (www.QueenQuet.com) has been on her annual world tour since the beginning of the year. Given that the Gullah/ Geechee Sea Island Coalition (www.GullahGeechee.net) which she founded is now 20 years old, she returned to the theme that launched her into taking the Gullah/Geechee story internationally and themed the tour, “Gullah/Geechee Save the … Continue reading “Gullah/Geechee Sea Island Coalition Presents Queen Quet”

Lift Every Voice: Savannah’s African American Historic Sites Offer Free Days In August

By Savannah Tribune | July 11, 2018

Several Savannah area cultural organizations and sites are collaborating to honor the community’s African American history, in partnership with the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC). Lift Every Voice: Savannah’s African American Historic Sites Free Days will take place during various dates in August, offering free admission and special programming relating to the contributions of … Continue reading “Lift Every Voice: Savannah’s African American Historic Sites Offer Free Days In August”

Historic Savannah Foundation Seeking Community’s Historical Favorites

By Savannah Tribune | July 11, 2018

This month, Historic Savannah Foundation (HSF) launched a new social media photo contest to run throughout July, which poses the question: What is your favorite historic building or place in Savannah and surrounding Chatham county? Locals and visitors are invited to share their photos of their favorite historic building or place via Instagram, describing why they chose it, and most … Continue reading “Historic Savannah Foundation Seeking Community’s Historical Favorites”

DAI Commercial Realty Welcomes Andrew Benton as Sales Associate

By Savannah Tribune | July 11, 2018

Development Associates, Inc. (DAI), a leading real estate development and investment firm, recently announced Andrew Benton has joined its team as a sales associate. In that role, he will be responsible for representing landlords and tenants in commercial and industrial properties and work with landowners, developers, landlords, tenants, and investors for industrial, commercial, residential and mixed-use properties. Born and raised … Continue reading “DAI Commercial Realty Welcomes Andrew Benton as Sales Associate”

Cuyler Community Improvement Association Awards the Ursuline B. Law Medical Scholarship

By Savannah Tribune | July 11, 2018

On May 5, 2018. The Cuyler Community Improvement, Inc. (C.C.I.A.) held its annual scholarship award’s reception. The event was hosted at the home of Mrs. Ursuline Dickey, niece of Mrs. Ursuline B. Law. The recipients of this year’s scholarship were; Mr. Demetrius Hurst and Ms. Aaliyah Miles. Mr. Hurst is a Molecular Biology major at Georgia Southern University – Armstrong … Continue reading “Cuyler Community Improvement Association Awards the Ursuline B. Law Medical Scholarship”

Women At The Table ( WATT)

By Savannah Tribune | July 11, 2018

Betty Morgan, a candidate in the run-off election for Savannah-Chatham County School-Board President will join Women At The Table on Sunday, July 15 at 5:00-7:00pm @ Dandy Youth Development Center (DYDC) 3709 Waters Avenue @ 54th Street. Ms. Morgan and Mr. Buck were invited by Women At The Table to be a part of their monthly panel discussion. Mr. Buck … Continue reading “Women At The Table ( WATT)”

FUNdraising Good Times What IF? Preparing for the Future

By Savannah Tribune | July 11, 2018

Do you know what the future will hold? How are you planning for future opportunities and challenges that may not be known and might not materialize? A waste of time, or important work? While no one can predict the future, we can prepare for potential opportunities and challenges. Tak ing time with board members, volunteers, staff, and community leaders can … Continue reading “FUNdraising Good Times What IF? Preparing for the Future”

Rape Crisis Center Announces Interim Executive Director

By Savannah Tribune | July 11, 2018

The Rape Crisis Center of the Coastal Empire announced recently that it has appointed Doris L. Williams as RCC’s Interim Executive Director during its search for its next Executive Director. “The Board of Directors is confident that Ms. Williams has the skills, dedication and experience to guide the RCC as it carries forward its mission during this transition,” said Board … Continue reading “Rape Crisis Center Announces Interim Executive Director”