Banquet Held forWork-Based Learning Students and Their Site Supervisors

By | May 18, 2011

On Thursday May 5, Jenkins High School Work- Based Learning students honored their site supervisors at an annual banquet held at Carey Hillards. The banquet gave students the opportunity to reflect back on all the skills they acquired throughout the school year both at work and at school. Work-Based Learning students invited their site supervisors out, paying for their dinner. … Continue reading “Banquet Held forWork-Based Learning Students and Their Site Supervisors”

Local Pageant Finalist Seeks to Help Tornado Victims

By | May 18, 2011

My name is Dominique and I am a Georgia finalist in the National American Miss Pageant, Princess Division. As you know on April 27, 2011 a bad tornado swept through Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia. My teacher taught us about tornadoes in school, and then my grandma and I looked at the pictures on the internet. Many families were left with … Continue reading “Local Pageant Finalist Seeks to Help Tornado Victims”

Area Student Wins IPOD Touch from Georgia Power

By | May 18, 2011

Georgia Power made the presentation of an IPOD Touch to a Coastal Georgia Comprehensive Academy stu- dent on Thursday April 14th. KaNeshia Sanders was the winner of the Georgia Power drawing that was held during the Savannah- Chatham County School Systems’ Student Success Expo that was held on February 12, 2011 at the Savannah International Trade and Convention Center. The … Continue reading “Area Student Wins IPOD Touch from Georgia Power”

Savannah/Chatham CASA Holds Spring 2011 Swearing-In Ceremony

By | May 18, 2011

Savannah/ Chatham Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), Inc. installed thirteen new CASA volunteers on Tuesday, April 5, 2011 and on Thursday, May 5, 2011. These dedicated individuals successfully completed 40-hours of training and have committed to serving as the voice for abused and neglected children in Chatham County. The new volunteers are: Ellen Atkins, Desiree Bisordi, Jillian Bohlmann, Judith Brendle, … Continue reading “Savannah/Chatham CASA Holds Spring 2011 Swearing-In Ceremony”

Tiger Tradition Continues

By | May 18, 2011

On June 6, 1993, 4- year-old LeShea Newton watched with pride as her father Clyde Newton, currently Employee Development Coordinator of Georgia Power as he received his BBA in Management from Savannah State College (now University). Eighteen years later, on May 7, 2011, LeShea Newton following in her father’s footsteps received her BS in Behaviorial Analysis from Savannah State University. … Continue reading “Tiger Tradition Continues”

Discover Savannah. Again. Upcoming City Project Offers a Glimpse into Historic Neighborhoods

By | May 18, 2011

The City of Savannah will unveil Ebb & Flow: Life and Community in Eastern Savannah, with a book signing and reception on Thursday, May 19, 2011, at 5 pm at Telfair Museum’s Jepson Center, 207 W. York Street. The event is free of admission charges and open to the general public. Ebb & Flow is the result of a City-sponsored … Continue reading “Discover Savannah. Again. Upcoming City Project Offers a Glimpse into Historic Neighborhoods”

New iphone App highlights Savannah’s Cultural Assets

By | May 18, 2011

An iphone application will accompany the City of Savannah’s latest documentation project and exhibition, Ebb and Flow: Life & Community in Eastern Savannah. The application uses a variety of features, including integrated Google maps and a QR Code Scanner to enable visitors to the Ebb and Flow exhibition at the Telfair Museums to access additional information related to exhibition pieces. … Continue reading “New iphone App highlights Savannah’s Cultural Assets”

The City Releases Ebb and Flow: Life and Community in Eastern Savannah

By | May 18, 2011

Ebb and Flow: Life and Community in Eastern Savannah explores the development of five neighborhoods in Savannah, Georgia. These neighborhoods – East Savannah, Hillcrest, Pine Gardens, Savannah Gardens, and Twickenham – attracted both black and white workers interested in the strong coastal economy during the early and mid-twentieth century. In the seventeenth century, the area was home to two plantations, … Continue reading “The City Releases Ebb and Flow: Life and Community in Eastern Savannah”

Sports with Walter Moore

By | May 18, 2011

Kalu Ranked In Steals Savannah State point guard Ezinne Kalu finished her freshman year ranked 15th in the country in steals per game at 3.1. That stat ranks Kalu as number one when compared to other freshmen in the country competing on the Division I level. Darice Fountaine was ranked 46th in 3-point field goal percentage (38.5) while Alisha Nelson … Continue reading “Sports with Walter Moore”

King Tisdell to hold Fashion Show

By | May 18, 2011

Come enjoy an afternoon of musical entertainment and a colorful fashion show featuring local fashions with a fling. This grand event will be held on Sunday, June 5, 2011, at 3 p.m. at the Beach Institute Cultural Center and Garden, 502 East Harris St. Donation is $25 per person. Please call 234-8000 ext. 202 to RSVP. The King-Tisdell Cottage Foundation … Continue reading “King Tisdell to hold Fashion Show”