Fashion Cents III

By | July 13, 2011

Sometimes it’s hard for us as college students to decide between spending excessively for those “once-in-a-lifetimegotta have” shoes, or saving our money for something more practical . . . or even for a less expensive pair. Trendsetting has become all too important in our little society and to be anything but a “trendsetter” could mean certain social doom. Sometimes it’s … Continue reading “Fashion Cents III”

The Y Fights Child Hunger This Summer with Help from the Walmart Foundation

By | July 13, 2011

When the school year ends, so do free meals for the millions of children in low-income households who depend on them most. This summer, the West Broad Street YMCA is offering free nutritious meals to over 150 children in Savannah, thanks to a $5,000 grant from YMCA of the USA (Y-USA) and Walmart to feed more children through the national … Continue reading “The Y Fights Child Hunger This Summer with Help from the Walmart Foundation”

BRAVO Music Camp in Review

By | July 13, 2011

Notes in harmony, out of harmony, cadences, vocals, sounding cymbals, drums, and syncopated rhythms give lyrical expressions to jazz, classical, semiclassical, and spiritual pieces. In preparation for BRAVO Music Camp’s 13th culminating program, to which you are invited, July 15, 2011, 4:00 p.m. at DeRenne Middle School, these lyrical expressions will be in perfect harmony in all selections, including a … Continue reading “BRAVO Music Camp in Review”

Royce Learning Center Receives Grant from International Paper Foundation

By | July 13, 2011

Royce Learning Center is the proud recipient of a $5,000 grant from the International Paper Foundation. The grant was presented during a luncheon honoring all grant recipients on Thursday, June 30th given by International Paper’s Savannah Mill. Grant funding will be used to purchase materials used in conjunction with the Lindamood-Bell reading program for 2nd-6th grade children at Chatham Academy, … Continue reading “Royce Learning Center Receives Grant from International Paper Foundation”

Sports with Walter Moore

By | July 13, 2011

Tigers Lead Nation In Steals The Savannah State baseball team finished the season as the top team when it came to stolen bases. SSU led the nation in steals (159) and stolen bases per game (3.06). The Tigers were 13th in scoring (7.1), 28th in sacrifice flies (32) and 49th in walks (243). Grandmother Of Shannon Sharpe Dies Mary Porter, … Continue reading “Sports with Walter Moore”

New Millennium Sports Training

By | July 13, 2011

New Millennium Sports Trainers provides year round strength and conditioning boot camp using plyometrics speed training, water plyometrics, anaerobics and aerobic exercise and strength endurance circuit training. There is a certified nutritionist and dietitian as a consultant. Video recording with editing and your choice of music after the one month workout. Session #1 is held from 5:00 to 6:30pm; session … Continue reading “New Millennium Sports Training”