Clergywomen Roundtable Discussion

By | April 28, 2010

If you are a Bishop, Apostle, Presiding Elder, Superintendent, Pastor, Prophetess, or Evangelist beginning Thursday April 29 from 7-8 p.m., all clergywomen are invited to a special roundtable discussion at First A.M. Christian Church, located at 2611 MLK Jr. Blvd. The prevailing theme will be The Pain and Joy/Trials and Triumphs of Women in the Bible. Save the dates: April … Continue reading “Clergywomen Roundtable Discussion”

United States Attorney Addresses Faculty and Students at Johnson High

By | April 28, 2010

On Wednesday April 14, 2010, United States Attorney General Edward Traver spoke to Johnson High students about the legal profession, his job, and his life experience. Traver told students that the most important aspect of his job is to help protect the American people. “My client is the United States of America,” he said. “We want to be sure that … Continue reading “United States Attorney Addresses Faculty and Students at Johnson High”

State Bar Young Lawyers Donate Supplies, Computers, Cash to West Broad Street YMCA

By | April 28, 2010

Members of the State Bar of Georgia Young Lawyers Division (YLD) Leadership Academy visited the West Broad Street YMCA on Friday, April 16, and presented donations of athletic equipment, computers, gift cards, cash and other supplies to meet the YMCA’s greatest needs. The service project is one of dozens across Georgia initiated by young lawyers as part of the YLD’s … Continue reading “State Bar Young Lawyers Donate Supplies, Computers, Cash to West Broad Street YMCA”

CASA’s Mother’s Day Luncheon

By | April 28, 2010

The Savannah-Chatham County Court Appointed Special Advocates Program will hold its second annual Mother’s Day Luncheon, Thursday, May 6, 2010 at the Chatham Club in the Desoto Hilton Hotel. The event begins at 12:00 noon. The cost is $50.00 per person For more information please call 447-8908.

Dr. Benjamin Hooks – Leading Civil Rights Pioneer – Dies at 85

By | April 28, 2010

(Taylor Media Services) Dr. Benjamin Hooks – one of the leading figures in the Black struggle for civil rights in America – died in Memphis, Tennessee last week. The former executive director of the NAACP was 85 years-old. Hooks is survived by his wife Frances and their family. Hooks had a long distinguished career in the Civil Rights Movement. In … Continue reading “Dr. Benjamin Hooks – Leading Civil Rights Pioneer – Dies at 85”

Sigma Tau Chapter, Alpha Kappa Alpha, Participates in Founders’ Day

By | April 28, 2010

Sigma Tau Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated celebrated Founders’ Day with Gamma Sigma Omega and Gamma Upsilon (Savannah, GA), Nu Delta Omega (Beaufort, SC) and Nu Rho Omega (Hinesville, GA) on February 20, 2010. The celebration took place at the Woodville- Tompkins Career and Technical Institute in Savannah, GA. This year marked the seventh year that the tricounty … Continue reading “Sigma Tau Chapter, Alpha Kappa Alpha, Participates in Founders’ Day”

SCHS Class of 1960 To Observe 50th Class Reunion

By | April 28, 2010

Springfield Central High School Class of 1960 will celebrate its 50th Class Reunion on Saturday, May 1, 3:00 p.m., at Fairmont Restaurant, 65 Fairmont Avenue. The class of 1960 was the first graduating class to attend grades 9-12 together at the consolidated high school built for African Americans completed in 1956. Graduates prior to 1960 were already in senior high … Continue reading “SCHS Class of 1960 To Observe 50th Class Reunion”

A.E. Beach All Alumni Picnic

By | April 28, 2010

Come Celebrate the Pride, Legacy and Tradition of Alfred Ely Beach High School “A CELEBRATION of the ground breaking for the “NEW BEACH HIGH SCHOOL!” Make plans to celebrate the legacy of our beloved alma mater at the 1st Annual Beach High “All Alumni” Picnic on June 5, 2010 from 11a.m. to 4 p.m. on the field behind the school. … Continue reading “A.E. Beach All Alumni Picnic”

Centenarian Alberta Stokes Celebrates 100th Birthday

By | April 28, 2010

Family, friends, neighbors, church members and citizens of the Savannah community surrounded Mrs. Alberta B. Stokes in the sanctuary at St. Philip AME Church on Saturday, April 17th to celebrate her 100th Birthday. She was born April 15, 1910. It was a Praise Celebration through song and dance with selections rendered by choirs, musicians and dance groups such as the … Continue reading “Centenarian Alberta Stokes Celebrates 100th Birthday”

Slay Named Executive Director of CASA

By | April 28, 2010

ZaDonna M. Slay was named Executive Director of Savannah/Chatham County Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), Inc. by the local Board of Directors. Slay, 25, of Savannah, Georgia, is responsible for daily operations of the CASA program including, the administration of the Corporation and its programs and the recruitment, training and supervision of program staff and volunteers, and promotes the mission … Continue reading “Slay Named Executive Director of CASA”