Ramah SDA Junior Academy

By | November 16, 2011

We invite you to join us for this fun-filled charity event! The Harlem Legends and the Ramah Junior Academy Alumni are having a match for the benefit of building a gymnasium and a high school for the higher learning for Ramah’s upcoming 100th anniversary. This exciting day starts with festivities that the whole family can enjoy. Don’t miss it, November … Continue reading “Ramah SDA Junior Academy”

Health Restoration Is Your Life Worth Saving?

By | November 16, 2011

Good nutrition is the key to health. Nutrition consulting saves lives. Our clients are thriving and surviving Cancer – Diabetes – Heart Disease and More. Call… find out how we can help YOU. November is Diabetes Awareness Month, and there are currently 25.8 million people in the United Sates who have been diagnosed as diabetic, and a startling 1.9 million … Continue reading “Health Restoration Is Your Life Worth Saving?”

Junior League Accepting Project and Assistance Applications

By | November 16, 2011

The Junior League of Savannah is now taking applications for Done in a Day, Community Projects and Community Assistance Funds. Done in a Day includes six to eight projects that the Junior League of Savannah undertakes each year in which Junior League volunteers assist local organizations or social service agencies through hands-on volunteer work and funding of up to $1500.00 … Continue reading “Junior League Accepting Project and Assistance Applications”

Georgia Historical Society to Hold Pin Point Historical Marker Dedication

By | November 16, 2011

The Georgia Historical Society and the Pin Point Community Betterment Association invite you to a Historical Marker Dedication for Pin Point Community on Saturday, Nov. 19, 2011, 9:30 a.m. Sweetfield of Eden Baptist Church, 9630 Lehigh Avenue, Savannah, Ga. Speakers include Justice Clarence Thomas, U.S. Supreme Court, Dr. Lamar Haynes, Charter College, Dr. W. Todd Groce, Georgia Historical Society Pin … Continue reading “Georgia Historical Society to Hold Pin Point Historical Marker Dedication”

SCCPSS Students Excel in Young Writers Contest

By | November 16, 2011

Students from the Savannah Chatham County Public School System excelled in the Live Oak Public Libraries 2011 Young Writers Contest, taking home first place in three of the four age categories. The Annual Young Writers Contest is a component of the Savannah Children’s Book Festival being held on Saturday, November 19, 2011. This year’s theme was time travel and there … Continue reading “SCCPSS Students Excel in Young Writers Contest”

Edna Jackson Could Bring Us Together for an Even Better Savannah

By | November 16, 2011

In the November 2, 2011 edition of The Savannah Tribune, we recommended that our readers vote for Edna Jackson for Mayor of Savannah. The race included six candidates, five of whom are well known in the Savannah community. We are pleased that most of our readers heeded our advice and voted for Edna Jackson. She received 37% of the total … Continue reading “Edna Jackson Could Bring Us Together for an Even Better Savannah”

Savannah Feed the Hungry Proudly Announces Partnership with UniverSoul Circus for Thanksgiving

By | November 16, 2011

Lions and tigers and bears, oh my! This isn’t your typical Thanksgiving feast! Savannah Feed the Hungry is proud to announce that this year’s Thanksgiving dinner for the working poor and homeless will be attended by some very special guests from the UniverSoul Circus. This year, the circus’ charity focus is on donating towards ending hunger. The circus also donated … Continue reading “Savannah Feed the Hungry Proudly Announces Partnership with UniverSoul Circus for Thanksgiving”

Johnson to Speak at NAACP General Meeting

By | November 16, 2011

Mayor Otis Johnson will be the guest speaker at the Savannah Branch NAACP General Membership meeting on Sunday, November 27, 2011 at 4pm at the Second African Baptist Church, 123 Houston Street. Mayor Johnson is expected to review his tenure with the city, to comment on the challenges that will be faced by Savannah’s new mayor, and to talk about … Continue reading “Johnson to Speak at NAACP General Meeting”

Next Mayor of Savannah is Still Undecided

By | November 16, 2011

A fter ten weeks of campaigning, citizens of Savannah and Chatham County went to the polls on November 8, 2011. Votes were cast for mayor, city council members and for important referendums including whether or not to allow Sunday alcohol sales, to end term limits for the Chatham County Commission Chairman and whether to extend the Educational Special Purpose Local … Continue reading “Next Mayor of Savannah is Still Undecided”

United Way to Hold Turkey Trot

By | November 16, 2011

United Way of the Coastal Empire will hold its 3rd Annual Turkey Trot presented by SouthCoast Medical Group on Thursday, November 24, 2011, Daffin Park, Savannah. Race begins at 8:00 am Kids K; 8:15 am Diaper Dash; 8:30 am 5K Run/Walk. Approximately 1,000 experienced runners and amateur weekend athletes will take in beautiful Daffin Park and enjoy a fun, fast … Continue reading “United Way to Hold Turkey Trot”