Tompkins Class of ‘64 Big Apple Tour

By | April 06, 2011

The Sophronia M. Tompkins High School Class of ’64 has finalized plans for their tour of the Big Apple in 2011. The group departs Savannah via luxury motor coach on August 17, and returns on August 21, 2011. The tour itinerary is packed with culturally enhancing and fun activities. For complete details on this fabulous tour, contact: Lugenia Clark (912) … Continue reading “Tompkins Class of ‘64 Big Apple Tour”

Changes at CAT Expected Improve Service

By | April 06, 2011

Chatham Area Transit has changes coming for its bus routes that will improve service. The plan removes some routes and adds to others. These changes are meant to reduce travel time between major destinations and remove out-of-direction travel where it exists. The Chatham Area Transit held 3 meetings to get citizens opinion about what bus changes they think would benefit … Continue reading “Changes at CAT Expected Improve Service”

BowStern Announces America’s Second Harvest Food Bank “Serving Our Savannah” Winner

By | April 06, 2011

Representatives from BowStern, an integrated marketing firm, are pleased to announce America’s Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia as winner of the Serving Our Savannah (SOS) pro-bono program. As the selected winner, BowStern will provide this organization with marketing support at no charge, for an entire year. Coupled with launch of the BowStern Savannah office, SOS was developed specifically for this … Continue reading “BowStern Announces America’s Second Harvest Food Bank “Serving Our Savannah” Winner”

A.E. Beach Grandest and Greatest Anniversary Celebration

By | April 06, 2011

A.E. Beach High School Alumni Association, Inc. & Hun-E Enterprises Christian Association Salutes 1st Grandest & Greatest Anniversary Saturday June 4, 2011 at 1:00 p.m. at Beach High School Auditorium Celebrating (144 years) 1867-2011 the oldest school for African Americans in Georgia Beach Institute/ Beach Cuyler Jr. High School. From the meager beginning with the Beach Institute established 1867- 1914 … Continue reading “A.E. Beach Grandest and Greatest Anniversary Celebration”

International Paper Accepting Applications for the IP Foundation

By | April 06, 2011

International Paper’s Savannah mill is currently accepting applications for the IP Foundation. The deadline to apply is April 25, 2011. Non profit organizations that perform work and provide services in the areas of environmental education—outdoor classrooms, encourage awareness of environment with hands-on approach; literacy—books, reading programs, tools to increase reading; employee involvement— support s those organizations where our employees volunteer … Continue reading “International Paper Accepting Applications for the IP Foundation”

Johnson High School to Graduate Second Largest IB Class in the State

By | April 06, 2011

Sol C. Johnson High School is proud to announce that 53 members of its senior class have completed all of the requirements of the prestigious IB Program and will graduate as IB Diploma Candidates. The school’s International Baccalaureate Coordinator, Jason Buelterman, expressed this is quite an accomplishment for the school and the district, “This represents the second largest IB Diploma … Continue reading “Johnson High School to Graduate Second Largest IB Class in the State”

Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. Meets, Inducts New Members

By | April 06, 2011

Nu Chapter, Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. held its regular monthly meeting March 5, 2011 at 1 p.m., in the Colston Administration Building Rm. 209, on the campus of Savannah State University. Soror Emily Crawford presided graciously. The meeting opened with the sorors reciting the Lord’s Prayer and the Loyalty Pledge. The meeting proceeded with the information outlined on the … Continue reading “Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. Meets, Inducts New Members”

New Start for the Robert W. Groves High School

By | April 06, 2011

The Savannah- Chatham County Public School System is one of 26 districts participating in the Georgia Race to the Top initiative. Under the district’s approved scope of work, the school system must implement one of four approved intervention models at any school designated as “Lowest Achieving.” Those models are: Turnaround, Restart, School closure, or Transformation Designated as “Tier II – … Continue reading “New Start for the Robert W. Groves High School”

The Westin Savannah Proves to Be One of the Greenest Hotels in the US

By | April 06, 2011

Washington, D.C. based non-profit Green Seal, the premier independent ecolabel in the United States, is excited to announce The Westin Savannah Harbor Golf Resort & Spa has been awarded Green Seal™ Silver level certification. With this certification The Westin Savannah Harbor has proven its dedication to environmental stewardship. A prestigious label, Green Seal has awarded only five hotels in Georgia, … Continue reading “The Westin Savannah Proves to Be One of the Greenest Hotels in the US”

Savannah Country Day Student Receives National Art Award, Will Be Celebrated at Carnegie Hall

By | April 06, 2011

Jermaya “Maya” Patterson, daughter of Paul & Dr. Keenya G. Mosley will be honored at the world-famous Carnegie Hall in New York City on May 31st for her photo “Lines with Cameras”. The special ceremony will be hosted by the Alliance for Young Artists & Writers. More exciting, Mayor Bloomberg has declared May 31st the official Scholastic Art & Writing … Continue reading “Savannah Country Day Student Receives National Art Award, Will Be Celebrated at Carnegie Hall”