S.P.A.C.E. Visual Arts Classes Now Registering

By | September 01, 2010

Savannah’s Place for Art, Culture and Education (S.P.A.C.E.) is now registering students for its fall visual arts classes and workshops. Day and evening sessions are offered for children, teens and adults in all skill levels. Sessions begin Sept. 20 & October 4 and are held at the Department of Cultural Affairs’ S.P.A.C.E. studios, located at 9 W. Henry St. Four, … Continue reading “S.P.A.C.E. Visual Arts Classes Now Registering”

Girl Scouts Accepting Nominations for Women of Distinction

By | September 01, 2010

The Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia are pleased to announce that our 2011 Women of Distinction nominations are now open. Nominees are area women who, through their service to others and their community, have set an example of excellence for girls in the southeast Georgia region of the Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia. The Women of Distinction recognition pays tribute … Continue reading “Girl Scouts Accepting Nominations for Women of Distinction”

City Opens Project DeRenne Resource Center

By | September 01, 2010

Community leaders and neighborhood residents gathered Tuesday morning to officially open the Project DeRenne Resource Center. The facility at 1110 E. DeRenne Ave. will serve as a one-stop shop for citizens and business owners to view plans, ask questions and participate in meetings surrounding planned improvements to the corridor. The opening also signals that the City is transitioning to the … Continue reading “City Opens Project DeRenne Resource Center”

SCCPSS Holds Groundbreaking, Grand Opening

By | September 01, 2010

A groundbreaking ceremony was held at the site of what will be the new Pulaski Elementary School. Upon completion the new school will include 89,762 Square Feet with 38 Classrooms, including Pre-k through 5th grade classrooms, music and art classrooms, computer/technology lab. School board officials were on hand, and 4th grader Christlyn Lapsley lead the pledge of allegiance. Kamal Piankhi … Continue reading “SCCPSS Holds Groundbreaking, Grand Opening”

SSU Athletics Receives Financial Donation

By | September 01, 2010

The Savannah State University athletic department received a financial donation from the Woodville-Tompkins Athletic Hall of Fame Association in a ceremony at Tiger Arena. SSU received a check for $6,000 that will be used for four football scholarships. The group presented the check in honor of the late Joseph Turner, a former coach at Woodville High School and Tompkins High … Continue reading “SSU Athletics Receives Financial Donation”

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Holds Underground Round-Up Retreat

By | September 01, 2010

The members of the South Atlantic Region of Alpha Kappa Alpha, Sorority Incorporated were welcomed to Savannah, Georgia for their Undergraduate Round-Up Retreat. The ladies of this illustrious organization gathered together from colleges in Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina to mix and mingle, and nevertheless conduct the business of their sorority. The two undergraduate chapter hostesses were the city’s very … Continue reading “Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Holds Underground Round-Up Retreat”

How Today’s Black Youth Became End Time Prophecy Free Community Event A Success

By | September 01, 2010

Servant Emannu’el Branch of Yahshua University.com hosted a free event at the Carnegie Library on Saturday in an effort to save our Black youth from Black-on-Black crime, homicide, poverty, single parenthood…. The workshop entitled “How Today’s Black Youth Became End Time Prophecy” not only covered the plight of today’s Black youth but also real-world strategies for a solution. The workshop … Continue reading “How Today’s Black Youth Became End Time Prophecy Free Community Event A Success”

Special Meeting for Cann Park and Jackson Park Neighborhoods

By | September 01, 2010

Residents in both the Cann Park and Jackson Park neighborhoods are invited to attend a special meeting to discuss a proposal to expand the Cann Park Neighborhood Association to include the neighboring Jackson Park neighborhood. The meeting will be held at 6 p.m, Thursday, September 2 at Butler Presbyterian Church, 603 West Victory Drive. City officials and staff will be … Continue reading “Special Meeting for Cann Park and Jackson Park Neighborhoods”

Savannah State University dedicates new Tiger Express Diner

By | September 01, 2010

Savannah State University President Earl G. Yarbrough, Sr., Ph.D., and more than a dozen university administrators, staff, alumni and friends gathered Friday, Aug. 27, 2010, for a formal dedication ceremony for the new Tiger Express Diner on the SSU campus. Tiger Express Diner, which replaces the snack kiosks housed in Jordan and most recently in Tiger Arena, gives the 3,800-plus … Continue reading “Savannah State University dedicates new Tiger Express Diner”

Groundbreaking for Everlasting Life Christian Church, Inc. A New Beginning to a Divine Completion!

By | September 01, 2010

God kept His promise to Pastor Van Marie Green, Elder Isaiah Green and the Everlasting Life Christian Church family. On August 8, 2010 at 5:00p.m they BROKE GROUND for their New Sanctuary. Jesus spoke these words according to the gospel of Mark 10:27 “With men it is impossible, but not with God: for with God all things are possible.” Our … Continue reading “Groundbreaking for Everlasting Life Christian Church, Inc. A New Beginning to a Divine Completion!”