Fairlawn to Hold Winter Concert

By | February 02, 2011

Fairlawn Baptist Church Adult Choir will be having a Winter Concert on Saturday, Feb 5 at 5pm. Various quest choirs will be there and the public is invited, and we look forward to seeing you there. We are located at 4719 Augusta Road (Hwy 21) in Garden City. Felicia Washington, Choir Secretary Rev. Harold Edwards, Sr., Pastor

Law & Government Explorers Tour Chatham County Courthouse

By | February 02, 2011

On Monday, December 6, 2010, seven Law & Government Explorers from Savannah- Chatham public high schools attended an Exploring event at the Chatham County Courthouse. In addition to touring the various departments of the courthouse, the students were able to participate in a discussion with Judge James Bass, Jr. Savannah Arts Academy student, Joshua Soave commented, “I got to see … Continue reading “Law & Government Explorers Tour Chatham County Courthouse”

The Savannah Tribune Remembers Rev. Bennie Mitchell, Jr.

By | February 02, 2011

Rev. Dr. Bennie R. Mitchell, Jr. of Savannah, Georgia, husband of Mrs. Betty Tompkins Mitchell, died Tuesday morning, February 1, 2011 at his home. He was born in Edgefield, South Carolina. He is the eldest son of Sis. Mattie Mitchell and the late Deacon Bennie R. Mitchell, Sr. He attended the Public Schools of South Carolina. He received his Bachelor … Continue reading “The Savannah Tribune Remembers Rev. Bennie Mitchell, Jr.”

Playwright, Novelist to Give Black Heritage Festival Lecture

By | February 02, 2011

Atlanta-based author Pearl Cleage will make two appearances Feb. 4 in conjunction with the 22nd annual Savannah Black Heritage Festival (SBHF). Cleage, whose work has won commercial acceptance and critical praise in several genres, will conduct a student forum at Savannah State University in the King-Frazier Student Center ballroom beginning at 11 a.m., followed by a book-signing session. Her campus … Continue reading “Playwright, Novelist to Give Black Heritage Festival Lecture”

Cross to Keynote Martin Luther King Jr. Unity Luncheon

By | February 02, 2011

The Martin Luther King, Jr. Observance Day Association will hold its annual Unity Luncheon on February 5, 2011 at the Savannah International Trade and Convention Center at 12 noon. The speaker for the event will be Barbara Cross, survivor of the 1963 Sixteenth Street Baptist Church bombing that killed four little girls. Ms. Barbara Cross, a native of Richmond, Virginia, … Continue reading “Cross to Keynote Martin Luther King Jr. Unity Luncheon”

City Manager Search Down to Two

By | February 02, 2011

On Wednesday, January 26, the search for Savannah’s new City Manager was narrowed to two. Mayor Otis Johnson announced the Council had reached a consensus, and the two candidates moving forward would be Alfred Lott, current city manager of Albany, Ga., and Rochelle Small-Toney, current acting city manager, of Savannah. The Mayor has also instructed the council members to form … Continue reading “City Manager Search Down to Two”

Brian Murphy Appointed to SEDA Board of Directors

By | February 02, 2011

Brian F. Murphy, chief operation officer for SCAD Group, Inc., will rejoin the SEDA Board of Directors following their unanimous approval of his nomination this morning. The SEDA Board consists of 19 voting members with one-third appointed by the City, one-third by the County and one-third by the SEDA Board of Directors. Each appointed member serves a five-year term. “Having … Continue reading “Brian Murphy Appointed to SEDA Board of Directors”

Carver Receives MBDP Certification

By | February 02, 2011

Carver State Bank is a unique financial institution for our community, state and nation. Carver is by far the oldest FDIC-insured commercial bank in Savannah. The bank is the only Treasury certified Community Development Financial Institution headquartered in Savannah, and last week was notified that it has again been certified as a participant in the federal Minority Bank Deposit Program … Continue reading “Carver Receives MBDP Certification”

Black History Spotlight on Educating Our Families for Success in Today’s World

By | February 02, 2011

Businessman and community activist A. B. Phillips will present “A Spotlight on Educating Our Families for Success in Today’s World”, at the Saturday February 5, 2011 Hungry Club Forum of Savannah, Inc.’s (HCFS) monthly Signature Roundtable and Open Forum. The issues forum and breakfast will be held at 9:30 AM, in the Multipurpose Room of the Main Bldg. of the … Continue reading “Black History Spotlight on Educating Our Families for Success in Today’s World”

Health Restoration

By | February 02, 2011

Nutrition is the key to a healthy life. It is time to get the right information about what health is, and what constitutes a healthy choice. I bring to clients the newest and best information on how to stop the progression of illness, and where possible to reverse illness. We have been able to bring considerable, measurable results in nearly … Continue reading “Health Restoration”