Johnson High Students Win Jefferson Public Service Award

By | March 16, 2011

Two Sol. C. Johnson High School students, Bridgette Sands and Ruby Thompson, were recently awarded the Jefferson Award for Public Service. Thompson received her certificate and pin on Monday February 28, 2011, while Sands received her certificate and pin on Thursday March 3, 2011. Sands, a senior, happily accepted her service award for going above and beyond the call of … Continue reading “Johnson High Students Win Jefferson Public Service Award”

GABWA Supports Savannah Children’s Choir through innovative Ebay Auction

By | March 16, 2011

The Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys is helping support the Savannah Children’s Choir (SCC) through an innovative EBay auction. Using EBay’s Giving Works program, members of GABWA have uploaded great items for auction, including art, sculpture, accessories and more. 100% of the proceeds on items sold will benefit the Savannah Children’s Choir. “Our chapter was looking for a worthy … Continue reading “GABWA Supports Savannah Children’s Choir through innovative Ebay Auction”

Deltas Sponsor Greek Basketball Tournament

By | March 16, 2011

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. – Savannah Alumnae Chapter and Delta Nu Chapter (Savannah State University) will sponsor a Greek Basketball Tournament, called “Hoopin for a Cure,” Saturday, March 26, 2011 – 5:00PM. at Wiley Wilcox Gymnasium – Savannah State University. This promises to be a competition that you would not want to miss! Deltas are challenging all sororities and … Continue reading “Deltas Sponsor Greek Basketball Tournament”

Freedom Riders Film Coming to Civil Rights Museum

By | March 16, 2011

Come experience one of the defining moments in the American Civil Rights Movement when biracial groups ventured across the south and became known as Freedom Riders. The results helped reshape the American conscience. This Award winning film is especially good for middle to college student groups and we will be happy to set aside seats for youth groups with advance … Continue reading “Freedom Riders Film Coming to Civil Rights Museum”

Sports with Walter Moore

By | March 16, 2011

SSU Hires Volleyball Coach Schannon Gamble has been hired as the new head volleyball coach at Savannah State. Gamble comes to SSU from Lincoln-Pa. where she served as head volleyball coach and academic coordinator. Gamble replaces Malik Jones who resigned in December. While at Lincoln, Gamble had a four-year record of 27- 90 which includes a 5-25 mark in 2010, … Continue reading “Sports with Walter Moore”

Fifty Years of March Celebration at First African Baptist Church of East Savannah

By | March 16, 2011

Pastor Thomas E. Williams and The First African Baptist Church of East Savannah cordially extends an invitation to fellowship with us for our 50th Year of March Celebration. This monumental day of celebration will take place on Sunday, March 19, 2011. Theme for 2011: “It’s Jubilee!: Fifty Years of God’s People Working Together”. Services will begin with Sunday School at … Continue reading “Fifty Years of March Celebration at First African Baptist Church of East Savannah”