Savannah Children’s Choir presents Dinner & Concert

By | May 19, 2010

Join the Savannah Children’s Choir on Sunday, May 23 at 6:00 p.m. for a Dinner & Concert program hosted by Savannah Commons. Guests will enjoy a delicious dinner while being entertained by the Senior Choir. This is the Choir’s final event to raise funds for the children to attend the Windy City Youth Choral Festival in Chicago this summer. Tickets … Continue reading “Savannah Children’s Choir presents Dinner & Concert”

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Awards $12,400 in Annual Scholarships

By | May 19, 2010

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. – Savannah Alumnae Chapter awarded its annual scholarships at the sorority’s May Week celebration on Saturday, May 1, 2010 at the Jepson center for the Arts. Each year, the chapter awards three $1600.00 Academic Scholarships for academic excellence, one $800.00 scholarship to a nontraditional student, and one $800.00 scholarship for community service. This year, Savannah … Continue reading “Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Awards $12,400 in Annual Scholarships”

United Way’s Women Give-a-Way Project to Benefit Low-Income Women

By | May 19, 2010

Members of United Way Women’s Legacy Council are kicking off their heels and getting down to business. Approximately 45 local women, comprised of philanthropists and community leaders, are gearing up for the second annual Give-a-Way project to raise funds for lowincome women in our community. The fundraising drive officially kicked off on Mother’s Day (May 9, 2010) and culminates on … Continue reading “United Way’s Women Give-a-Way Project to Benefit Low-Income Women”

New Book, The Blue Orchard, Has Local Ties

By | May 19, 2010

Savannah’s own Chef Joe Randall and acclaimed author Jackson Taylor will discuss the contents of the praised novel, The Blue Orchard. In a special book signing and discussion, for the first time, two families will come together to discuss their rich family history, while delving into a controversial time in American History. The event takes place Friday, June 4, 2010 … Continue reading “New Book, The Blue Orchard, Has Local Ties”

Johnson’s Robotics Team Compete in the World Competition

By | May 19, 2010

Thanks to community support Sol C. Johnson High School’s robotics team competed in this year’s VEX Robotics Competition World Championship. Over 400 teams competed at the Dallas Convention Center on April 22- 24th. The RoboSmashers finished the skills competition in 131st place. The team consisted of Michael Hill, Minh Nguyen, Tony Tran, Robert Miller, Anna Tran, Nguyen Tien Hoang, and … Continue reading “Johnson’s Robotics Team Compete in the World Competition”

Savannah’s Own Attends Hollywood Celebrity Fundraiser

By | May 19, 2010

The Giving Back Corporation held its 11th Annual Toast/Roast on March 27 in Los Angeles, CA. Each year GBC honors living legends and this year’s honorees were Marla Gibbs of “The Jefferson’s” and “227” fame and Hal Williams, best known for his roles in “227” and “Private Benjamin”. Zandra Boston, daughter of Robert Boston and Theresa Boston and niece of … Continue reading “Savannah’s Own Attends Hollywood Celebrity Fundraiser”

Sustainable Fellwood Phase I Receives 11 LEED® Gold Certifications

By | May 19, 2010

Atlanta-based sustainable and multi-family builder, Catamount Constructors, Inc. (Catamount), a privately held commercial general contractor with offices in Atlanta and Savannah, Georgia and Denver, Colorado, recently received LEED for Homes Gold certifications from the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) for 11 buildings within Phase I of Sustainable Fellwood (Fellwood). Owned by the Housing Authority of Savannah and master developed by … Continue reading “Sustainable Fellwood Phase I Receives 11 LEED® Gold Certifications”

College Road Tours for High School Students

By | May 19, 2010

Choosing a college may be one of the most important decisions a high school student could make. It is the first step toward their career and future. College Road Tours is the answer. The purpose of College Road Tours is to expose high school students to different types of college campuses, giving them the chance to challenge their ideas about … Continue reading “College Road Tours for High School Students”

Memorial Retired Health Care Team to Hold Quarterly Luncheon

By | May 19, 2010

Memorial Medical Center Retired Health Care Team will hold its Quarterly Luncheon on May 21, 2010 in Guyton, Georgia at the Olive Branch Restaurant 65 Central Avenue (912) 772- 4353. For further information, directions and time please contact the following persons: Pat Milton (843)784- 9139; Claradean Cooper (912) 355-0726; Lucy Powell (912) 772-3515; Rebecca Jackson (912) 236-4515.

Sports with Walter Moore

By | May 19, 2010

SSU Baseball Has Another Losing Season Savannah State dropped a three-game weekend series to visiting North Carolina A&T and for the third yar in a row ended the season with a losing record. The Aggies held off SSU 8-6 on May 14 and swept the Tigers 11-3 and 8-5 on May 15. Michael Allegretti struck out six batters and Jonathan … Continue reading “Sports with Walter Moore”