St. Joseph’s/Candler Receives $20,000 For new Infant Incubator

By | December 15, 2010

The Mary Allen Lindsey Branan Foundation has awarded St. Joseph’s/Candler $20,000 to purchase a new infant incubator. This incubator will be used to transport newborns facing medical difficulties with from the Telfair BirthPlace to the Special Care Nursery. More than 800 babies a year are admitted to Special Care. Some infants have difficulty breathing in the first moments of life … Continue reading “St. Joseph’s/Candler Receives $20,000 For new Infant Incubator”

Magic Marc Publishes Children’s Book

By | December 15, 2010

Magic Marc Dunston announces the publication of his new children’s book, “The Magic of Giving” (Pelican). It recounts the story of how Dunston, as an elementary school student, became interested in magic to enter a talent contest, won it and gave the prize money to a friend whose father had lost his job so they could buy a turkey for … Continue reading “Magic Marc Publishes Children’s Book”

Day Association Holds Annual Marshals’ Reception

By | December 15, 2010

The Martin Luther King, Jr. Observance Day Association held the 2011 Honorees Reception on Sunday, December 12, 2010 at 5pm at the King-Frazier Ballroom of Savannah State University. The Grand Marshals are Alderwoman Mary Osborne and District Attorney Larry Chisolm. The Civil Rights Honoree is Elizabeth K. Jackson. The 2011 Theme winners were also honored at the reception. They are: … Continue reading “Day Association Holds Annual Marshals’ Reception”

Sports with Walter Moore

By | December 15, 2010

SSU Athletes Receive Degrees Several Savannah State athletes received their degrees on December 11 at Tiger Arena in the university’s 174th commencement ceremony. Earning degrees were Shawannda McClain (volleyball, softball & tennis), Charles Huggins III (track), Chris Troutman (football), Deleon Hollinger (football), Brandon Miller (football), Tracy Rankins (men’s basketball), Javares Taylor (football), Jovonni Shuler (men’s basketball), Mekela Martin (track), James Bawlson … Continue reading “Sports with Walter Moore”