Sanders Wins Discus Award

By | March 09, 2011

Yakub Sanders was selected the winner of the Discus Award an award that honors the all-around high school student for the academic year 2010-2011. A panel of teachers, counselors and other educators carefully reviewed thousands of nominations each month from the nation’s top high school students and has determined Yakub’s accomplishments were in three key areas: community service, arts and … Continue reading “Sanders Wins Discus Award”

Golden and Little Receive Konter Hall of Fame Award

By | March 09, 2011

The Savannah Board of Realtors held its 2010 Awards Luncheon Friday, February 28, 2011 at the Savannah Marriott Riverfront. The luncheon is held annually to recognize local realtors for their accomplishments and service to the community throughout the year. Don Golden of Coldwell Banker Garvin Realtors and Goldie Little of Re/Max Savannah were presented the prestigious Konter Hall of Fame … Continue reading “Golden and Little Receive Konter Hall of Fame Award”

Savannah Teens Participate in Georgia Model United Nations

By | March 09, 2011

Savannah- Chatham County Public School students who are a part of the YMCA of Coastal Georgia Teen Achievers and the Student Leadership Program recently attended the Georgia Model United Nations Assembly (GUNA) held in Macon Feb. 26 – March 1st. Student ambassadors spent three days with the purpose of representing and learning the role of the United Nations. Local students … Continue reading “Savannah Teens Participate in Georgia Model United Nations”

NCNW, Savannah Section, Holds Annual Harambee Breakfast

By | March 09, 2011

The Savannah Section of the National Council of Negro Women, Inc. (NCNW) held its 6th Annual Harambee Breakfast Saturday, February 26, 2011, 9:00 am at Memorial Hospital’s Hoskins Center Auditorium. This year’s speaker was Bess L. Walthour, an Assistant District Attorney assigned to the Juvenile Court. Proceeds from this event will be used to fund the local organization’s new Mentoring … Continue reading “NCNW, Savannah Section, Holds Annual Harambee Breakfast”

Jazz – Just Across the River Robert Lewis Trio

By | March 09, 2011

Based in Charleston, SC, saxophonist / composer/ educator Robert Lewis is enjoying a growing presence in the jazz community of the South. In demand as an artist and clinician, Robert performs both as a leader – and as a sideman. He is also the Director of Jazz Studies at the College of Charleston, balancing his career between performance and education. … Continue reading “Jazz – Just Across the River Robert Lewis Trio”

Patrice Ellison is the Superintendent’s Student of the Month

By | March 09, 2011

The Superintendent’s Student of the Month is Patrice Ellison, a senior at the School of Liberal Studies at Savannah High School. Patrice was selected for her outstanding academic achievement, leadership, community service, and her talent in the arts. An honor student with a 93 GPA, Patrice has maintained high grades throughout her high school career. In addition to her classroom … Continue reading “Patrice Ellison is the Superintendent’s Student of the Month”

Raines Inducted into Hall of Fame

By | March 09, 2011

SCAD Savannah assistant athletics director Stephany Raines was inducted twice into the Thomaston-Upson Sports Hall of Fame Saturday (Feb. 26) evening. Raines was inducted into the 2011 Hall of Fame as one of the seven individuals and one of the two teams that were honored. Stephany Raines was one of seven inductees into the 2011 Thomaston-Upson Hall of Fame. Raines … Continue reading “Raines Inducted into Hall of Fame”

Sports with Walter Moore

By | March 09, 2011

Lady Tigers Finish 15-11 The Savannah State women’s basketball team ended their season with a 86-32 win over Allen in Tiger Arena on March 2. The victory gave the Lady Tigers a winning record, the program’s first since 1998-99. Against Allen, SSU broke open a close game with a 11-0 run midway in the first period. The Yellow Jackets trailed … Continue reading “Sports with Walter Moore”