Youth Exhibition at S.P.A.C.E. Explores ‘Our Journey From a Glorious Past’

By | February 10, 2010

Artwork created by local middle and high school students will be showcased at the City of Savannah’s Department of Cultural Affairs’ Gallery S.P.A.C.E. from Feb. 8 through 26 during the ninth annual New Beginnings Youth Art Exhibition. The exhibition is presented by the Savannah chapter of The Links, Inc., a volunteer organization committed to enriching, sustaining and ensuring the culture … Continue reading “Youth Exhibition at S.P.A.C.E. Explores ‘Our Journey From a Glorious Past’”

Relief Supplies Headed to Haiti

By | February 10, 2010

The citizens of Savannah responded enthusiastically to the City’s three-day Haitian Relief Blitz this week. An outpouring of donations filled two 20-foot shipping containers and more than 32 pallets with supplies destined for Savannah’s Haitian Sister City, St. Marc. One container departed for the Port of Palm Beach Wednesday February 3; the second departed Thursday morning February 4. After clearing … Continue reading “Relief Supplies Headed to Haiti”

New Birth Savannah Presents “One Night Stand” –A Women’s Event

By | February 10, 2010

Pastor Kenneth K. Law and the New Birth Savannah Family extend an invitation to all women of Savannah, Pooler, Rincon and abroad to join us for “One Night Stand” – A Women’s Event, specifically designed to speak to the hearts of women, Friday, February 12th at 8:00PM- Doors open at 7:30PM Doors open at 7:30PM. Event begins at 8PM. Admission … Continue reading “New Birth Savannah Presents “One Night Stand” –A Women’s Event”

United Way Celebrates National 2-1-1 Day

By | February 10, 2010

Most people know they can dial 9-1-1 for a medical emergency or to report a crime or 4-1-1 to inquire a phone number or an address. But the general public might not be aware that there is also a 2-1-1 human services hotline for anything from employment support to finding a shelter location. United Way of the Coastal Empire celebrates … Continue reading “United Way Celebrates National 2-1-1 Day”

Three The Hard Way: Books+Basketball=Success

By | February 10, 2010

Ever heard the saying “looks can be deceiving”? Nowhere is that saying more prevalent than in the case of three student-athletes at St. Paul Academy. Deaon Grant, Demetrius Young and Tyrone Willis have had their share of hardships, rather it be growing up in single family homes, having to take on the responsibility of being a father, or the all … Continue reading “Three The Hard Way: Books+Basketball=Success”

21st Annual Black Heritage Festival to Host Health and Wellness Fair on Grand Festival Day

By | February 10, 2010

The 21st Annual Black Heritage Festival, presented by the City of Savannah and Savannah State University is hosting a Health and Wellness Fair on Grand Festival Day, Saturday, February 20, 2010 at Savannah Civic Center, 301 West Oglethorpe Avenue. Doors will open at 9:00 A.M.Health and Wellness Fair, sponsored by American Diabetes Association, Lilly USA, Inc. and Aetna, is a … Continue reading “21st Annual Black Heritage Festival to Host Health and Wellness Fair on Grand Festival Day”

How to Lose Weight, It’s Easy!

By | February 10, 2010

When I meet someone new, or am introduced in a group as a nutritionist, invariably I am asked “well, can you help me lose weight?” When I say that “losing weight is easy”, I can see them turn away as start looking for an escape route. The fact is losing weight is easy, it is the easiest part of lifestyle … Continue reading “How to Lose Weight, It’s Easy!”

New Mt. Olive to hold Usher’s Anniversary

By | February 10, 2010

The Officers and Members of the New Mt Olive Baptist Church 835 Chevis Road, would like to invite the community to join us in celebrating our Usher’s Anniversary on Sunday, February 21, 2010, at 3 p.m. The theme is Ushers in Ministry. Pastor Pusha of True Love Missionary Baptist Church 777 Gwinnett St., will be our guest speaker for his … Continue reading “New Mt. Olive to hold Usher’s Anniversary”

MUMC Ranked Among the Top in the Nation for Clinical Quality

By | February 10, 2010

The clinical quality at Memorial University Medical Center (MUMC) ranks among the top 5 percent in the nation according to a new study by HealthGrades. Memorial University Medical Center is one of only 269 hospitals nationwide (out of 5,000 hospitals analyzed) to be named among the HealthGrades Distinguished Hospitals for Clinical Excellence™. It is the only hospital in the Savannah … Continue reading “MUMC Ranked Among the Top in the Nation for Clinical Quality”

The Savannah Tribune Salutes Black History Month

By | February 10, 2010

W. W. Law was a crusader for justice and the civil rights of African Americans. He served as president of the Savannah chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) from 1950 to 1976 and came to be widely known as "Mr. Civil Rights." Born on January 1, 1923, W. W. Law in Savannah, Westley Wallace … Continue reading “The Savannah Tribune Salutes Black History Month”