Light House to Celebrate 8 Years

By | April 22, 2009

You are cordially invited to share with us as we celebrate the 8th Anniversary of the Light House Mission and Bible Study. The Light House Mission is an outreach Ministry of the Hutchinson Longstreet Baptist Church in Stilson, Ga., where the Rev. Aurthur Kelley is the Pastor. The Light House Mission and Bible Study services are held every Friday evening … Continue reading “Light House to Celebrate 8 Years”

Retired Negro League Pitcher Returns Home

By | April 22, 2009

Nathan “BoBo” Smalls, native Savannahian, spent the past two weeks speaking to youngsters in schools and recreation centers in Savannah and the Low Country of South Carolina. Smalls addressed two history classes at Savannah State University. Also, he was interviewed by Marva Harris and Heru Iman of the Ralph Mark Gilbert Museum and Egypt, local media personality of Clear Channel … Continue reading “Retired Negro League Pitcher Returns Home”

SSU Theatre Dept. to present Pericles

By | April 22, 2009

Savannah State University theatre department will perform the Shakespearean romance of Pericles on Apr. 23-26, 2009 at 8 p.m. in Adams Hall on SSU campus. Tickets are $10 general admission and $5 for students/faculty. This lesser- known work of Shakespeare focuses on the tragedies and triumphs of Pericles, played by Stephan Dorn. Pericles is a good prince subjected to the … Continue reading “SSU Theatre Dept. to present Pericles”

Junior League and Family Violence Council Colaborate on Campaign

By | April 22, 2009

“What children hear, HURTS. For a lifetime” is the theme of a public relations campaign being undertaken by the Savannah- Chatham Family Violence Council, with generous support from The Junior League of Savannah, to educate parents about the devastating affects of domestic violence on kids. “Too many parents— especially mothers—convince themselves that if children do not directly witness violence it … Continue reading “Junior League and Family Violence Council Colaborate on Campaign”

Savannah Branch NAACP to hold Annual Life Member’s Breakfast

By | April 22, 2009

The Savannah Branch of the National Association for th Advancement of Colored People(NAACP) will hold the 6th Annual Curtis V. Cooper Life Members Breakfast on Saturday, April 25, 2009 at 9:00am. The breakfast will be held at the EOA Administrative Building located at 1120 May Street. Reserve your table today. Tickets are $25.00. Please be aware that seating is limited. … Continue reading “Savannah Branch NAACP to hold Annual Life Member’s Breakfast”

Savannah Tech’s GOAL Winner Advances to State Competition

By | April 22, 2009

David McLaughlin, Savannah Technical College’s recipient of the Georgia Occupational Award of Leadership (GOAL), has been selected as one of 12 finalists to advance to the state-level competition. The announcement was made via email by Commissioner Ron Jackson on April 15, 2009. GOAL, a statewide program of the Technical College System of Georgia, honors excellence in academics and leadership among … Continue reading “Savannah Tech’s GOAL Winner Advances to State Competition”

Groves High Students to Graduate from Dual Enrollment Program

By | April 22, 2009

Three Groves High School seniors will be participating in two graduation ceremonies this school year. Before Joshua Scott, Leonard Taylor and Derrick Isabell receive high school diplomas in June, they will earn a Technical Certificate of Credit in CISCO networking through dual enrollment with Savannah Technical College and Woodville- Tompkins Technical Career Institute. The three teens started in the CISCO … Continue reading “Groves High Students to Graduate from Dual Enrollment Program”

Early Childhood Development Symposium Scheduled

By | April 22, 2009

Studies show that the most crucial time in a child’s development happens between 0-3 years old. To bring attention to this important issue, the Chatham-Savannah Youth Futures Authority is hosting an Early Childhood Development Symposium on Thurs., April 30, at the Coastal Georgia Center from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. The symposium will focus on the need for a county-wide … Continue reading “Early Childhood Development Symposium Scheduled”

Woodville Tompkins Accepting Applications

By | April 22, 2009

The Woodville- Tompkins High Hall of Fame will be accepting applications for induction into the hall of fame through April 30, 2009. Eligible candidates include athletes or coaches who played or coached at Woodville or Tompkins prior to 1986. For more information please contact Rev. Chester Ellis at 232-3549, or Anthony J. Bailey at 692- 1066. The Hall of Fame … Continue reading “Woodville Tompkins Accepting Applications”

Pythagoras Lodge #11 to Celebrate 134th Anniversary

By | April 22, 2009

The Brothers of Pythagoras Lodge #11 PHA, will celebrate their 134th anniversary on April 26. The anniversary celebration will be held at 602 East Broad St. at 5:30pm. For more information on this event, please contact Worshipful Master James Sheppard, III at 695-5803.