Junior League of Savannah Sponsors Habitat Savannah Family Reunion

By | December 24, 2008

The Junior League of Savannah will sponsor the Habitat Savannah Family Reunion honoring all Habitat volunteers and home-owners from the past 25 years. The event is planned for Sunday, January 18, 2009, from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. at Oglethorpe Mall Food Court. “We invite all Habitat Savannah volunteers from the past 25 years to join us to celebrate the completion … Continue reading “Junior League of Savannah Sponsors Habitat Savannah Family Reunion”

Savannah’s newest author comes with Spice!

By | December 24, 2008

Tonya D. Simmons says that she has lived what she writes, and presents the reality of sexuality in her new book, Tonya D’s Recipe. “Many people live with curiosity about sexuality, but are scared to death to seek the knowledge that will free them, and open the door to sexual knowledge and satisfaction,” says Simmons. A native Savannahian, Simmons was … Continue reading “Savannah’s newest author comes with Spice!”

A Red Carpert Affair at New Birth

By | December 24, 2008

New Birth Savannah invites the city, as well as the region to Watch Night 2008, “A Red Carpet Affair”. Come for an evening of fellowship and praise, as we bring in the New Year, Wednesday, December 31, 2008 at 9:30pm. Come as Travis Greene, of Warner Robbins, GA., leads us into praise and worship for the evening. We will bring … Continue reading “A Red Carpert Affair at New Birth”

Governor and Georgia Historical Society to Name First New Georgia Trustees in 260 Years

By | December 24, 2008

The Office of the Governor and the Georgia Historical Society (GHS) will honor Atlantan Bernard Marcus and the late Marguerite Neel Williams, of Thomasville, as new Georgia Trustees at the Society’s Georgia Days Birthday Bash and Annual Awards Gala, in Savannah, Saturday, February 14, 2009, 7:00 p.m. Mr. Marcus and Ms. Williams will be the first Georgians in 260 years … Continue reading “Governor and Georgia Historical Society to Name First New Georgia Trustees in 260 Years”

Black in America

By | December 24, 2008

The Savannah Tribune announces the third in a series of articles written by guest columnist Taqwaa Falaq Saleem. Taqwaa is a 2008 honor graduate with the B.A. in English Language and Literature from Savannah State University where she was also awarded the coveted President’s Second Mile Award at the commencement ceremonies. She is currently a graduate student and teaching assistant … Continue reading “Black in America”

Presidential Inaugural Committee Announces Honorary Co-Chairs

By | December 24, 2008

Bipartisan Collection of Distinguished Americans to Help Lead Inaugural Activities WASHINGTON, D.C. – The 2009 Presidential Inaugural Committee announced the honorary co-chairs for the Inauguration of Presidentelect Barack Obama and Vice President-elect Joe Biden. In keeping with the President-elect’s commitment to an inclusive and bipartisan Inauguration, the list of honorary co-chairs includes members of the President-elect and Vice President-elect’s immediate … Continue reading “Presidential Inaugural Committee Announces Honorary Co-Chairs”

Spreading the Joy

By | December 24, 2008

It’s the season for spreading joy and goodwill to others and the Williams and Williams Funeral Home continues to sweeten the day for Savannah residents and their families. The staffs at many local area nursing homes and senior housing complexes are very happy to receive donations for their annual Christmas celebrations. Ms. Belveanna Daniels, Office Administrator of Williams and Williams … Continue reading “Spreading the Joy”

Callen Alumni Elects Officers/Name Honorees for 2009

By | December 24, 2008

The Frank Callen Boys & Girls Club Alumni and Friends elected the following officers at the December meeting: Sam Jones, president; Raymond Rouse, vice president; Edward B. Campbell, treasurer; James Stewart, assistant treasurer; Dorothy H. Scott, financial secretary; Dorothy B. Campbell, recording secretary; Charlena Brown, assistant recording secretary; Joe Murray Rivers, parliamentarian; and Charley Brown, chaplain. The honors committee recommended … Continue reading “Callen Alumni Elects Officers/Name Honorees for 2009”

Get your Antioxidant: East a Salad

By | December 24, 2008

The goal of this series of articles and the goal of the Health Restoration 101 programs are to help you maximize your chances of living a longer, healthier life. Our programs are simple, comprehensive, well documented and easy to follow. “It’s not magic, but it can change your life.” by Carolyn Guilford, CNC You’ve probably heard a lot about antioxidants … Continue reading “Get your Antioxidant: East a Salad”

Help Cancer Patients “Look Good…Feel Better ®”

By | December 24, 2008

The American Cancer Society will hold its next Look Good…Feel Better ® volunteer training class for licensed beauty professionals on Monday, January 12, 2009 in Savannah. The fourhour class will train volunteers to teach beauty and skin care techniques, as well as tips for disguising hair loss, to women who are undergoing cancer treatment. Look Good…Feel Better ® is a … Continue reading “Help Cancer Patients “Look Good…Feel Better ®””