Tutors & Mentors Needed

By | November 05, 2008

Performance Initiatives, Inc. and Aldersgate United Methodist Church are collaborating with L.O.V.E. Mentors to offer after school mentoring and tutoring to our community youth. We believe we need to offer the best opportunities for life success to our future leaders. The IT Ministry at Savannah Christian Church is donating their experience in setting up the computer lab and network system … Continue reading “Tutors & Mentors Needed”

James Lang, Celebrates Another Birthday

By | November 05, 2008

Savannah resident James L. Lang Jr. was born November 11, 1932. He would like to thank each and everyone for the birthday greetings on November 10th. In 1982, Lang retired from broadcasting in radio after 30 years. He was also employed with the Chatham County Board of Education for 22 years and retired in 1998. Lang notes the changes and … Continue reading “James Lang, Celebrates Another Birthday”

Rhythm In Blue: US Air Force Reserve Jazz Combo Honoring Our Soldiers: Past and Present

By | November 05, 2008

US Air Force Reserve Jazz Combo will present a free concert, Rhythm In Blue at the Jewish Educational Alliance (5111 Abercorn) on Thursday, November 13th at 1:30 p.m. as part of a community celebration of the U.S. Armed Forces and to honor our country’s Veterans. Don’t miss it! The afternoon of jazz is free and open to the public and … Continue reading “Rhythm In Blue: US Air Force Reserve Jazz Combo Honoring Our Soldiers: Past and Present”

Sentient Bean to Host “Sounds of Civil Rights” Music Series

By | November 05, 2008

Sentient Bean to Host “Sounds of Civil Rights” Music Series as part of partnership with the Telfair’s “Freedom’s March” exhibit At 8:00 pm on the first three Fridays in November, Juanita Tucker and members of The Spitfire Poetry Group along with special guests each night, will be performing a night of music about the struggle for civil rights in America. … Continue reading “Sentient Bean to Host “Sounds of Civil Rights” Music Series”

RA-LIN and DreamMakers Partnering for Success

By | November 05, 2008

RA-LIN and Associates, Inc. has teamed up with DreamMakers Contractors and Consultants, Inc. to increase construction contracting opportunities for M/WBE businesses in the Savannah area. Owners of minority businesses and members of small contractor associations say the industry still has far to go before minority contractors are a stable presence in the construction industry. RALIN & DreamMakers would like to … Continue reading “RA-LIN and DreamMakers Partnering for Success”

Jordan to Keynote 2008 Achievement Week Program

By | November 05, 2008

Mu Phi Graduate Chapter and Alpha Gamma Undergraduate Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. announce its speaker for the 2008 Achievement Week Program, Atty. Lloyd J. Jordan, 36th Grand Basileus of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. The Achievement Week Program will be held on Sunday, November 16, 2008 at 3:00 p.m. in the ballroom of Ralph Mark Gilbert Museum- … Continue reading “Jordan to Keynote 2008 Achievement Week Program”

A Look at Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic Tutorial Service

By | November 05, 2008

“Take our hand and let us lead your child to academic success” is our motto at Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic Tutorial Service. Audrey Ketchup is busy preparing for her third year as a Supplemental Educational Service Provider (SES). Approved by the Georgia Department of Education, the tutorial service is geared to helping students in need of academic challenges, reinforcement, and … Continue reading “A Look at Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic Tutorial Service”

Introducing to Savannah: David I. Smith & Expected End

By | November 05, 2008

Debut Concert to be held Saturday, November 15 It is with a great sense of expectations that I present to you a group of men and women that have been anointed to lead in such a time as this. Expected End. They are a musical ministry that is built upon singers that have been created to praise and worship God … Continue reading “Introducing to Savannah: David I. Smith & Expected End”

ICLC to hosts Community Cookout

By | November 05, 2008

International Center for Leadership and Coaching (ICLC) hosts a complimentary cookout to provide food and fellowship to the Thomas Square Neighborhood in order to bring together the businesses and residents of the area on Thursday, November 13, 2008. The event is going to be open for the Neighborhood and will take place from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. at Drayton … Continue reading “ICLC to hosts Community Cookout”

Former Major Leaguer’s Coming to Share Their Faith/Baseball Knowledge

By | November 05, 2008

Boys and girls ages 7- 12 can receive free tips on the game of baseball and the game of life at the upcoming, ftee baseball camp at the baseball complex at The Bethesda Home for Boys. Andy McGaffigan, an eleven year veteran of the Major Leagues, will serve as pitching coach on Saturday, November 8. McGaffigan played for five different … Continue reading “Former Major Leaguer’s Coming to Share Their Faith/Baseball Knowledge”