Wynton Marsalis Performs at 2012 Savannah Music Festival

By | February 01, 2012

The greatest big band in the land returns to Savannah for an evening of full-tilt swing. T h e Savannah Music Festival will hosts Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis, March 1, 2012 at 6:00 PM in the Trustees Theater. Celebrating the 50th birthday of bandleader Wynton Marsalis, the orchestra will perform a retrospective of his own compositories … Continue reading “Wynton Marsalis Performs at 2012 Savannah Music Festival”

SSU Professor Mulatu Lemma to Receive USG Award

By | February 01, 2012

Savannah State University mathematics professor Mulatu Lemma, Ph.D., is the recipient of the 2012 University System of Georgia Board of Regents’ Teaching Excellence Award for faculty in regional and state universities. Lemma will be officially recognized in March at the annual USG Gala. Lemma was a unanimous selection for the award, which honors exemplary teaching that significantly improves student success … Continue reading “SSU Professor Mulatu Lemma to Receive USG Award”

Savannah Chatham Schools Awarded SSAS Student Achievement Awards

By | February 01, 2012

The Savannah Chatham County Public School System congratulates all schools who received statewide recognition from the Governor’s Office of Student Achievement for their outstanding academic performance during the 2011 school year. Under the No Child Left Behind legislation, Georgia is required to maintain a Single Statewide Accountability System. Awards are presented to schools over four performance levels in the categories … Continue reading “Savannah Chatham Schools Awarded SSAS Student Achievement Awards”

Sherri P. Thomas Named Independent Skills Instructor

By | February 01, 2012

Sherri P. Thomas has been named Independent Skills Instructor by Goodwill Industries of the Coastal Empire. She will provide independent living skills, assessment and training to advance acquired brain injury program customers. She will re-teach skills necessary for independence such as cooking, laundry, cleaning, budgeting, banking etc., mobility training (which means learning to get around mostly by bus) and help … Continue reading “Sherri P. Thomas Named Independent Skills Instructor”

Tallahassee Democrat: Confronting Hazing

By | February 01, 2012

The arrests of four members of the Marching 100 band at Florida A&M University brings to seven the number of band members who now face criminal charges of participating in hazing activities. No doubt that news already has swept through social media networks and been noted by bands around the country. We can expect more such disturbing news to be … Continue reading “Tallahassee Democrat: Confronting Hazing”

SSU Named One of the Most Popular Liberal Arts Colleges in the Nation

By | February 01, 2012

Savannah State University (SSU) is the most popular non-military academy of all national liberal arts colleges in the United States, according to rankings published Jan. 24 on the U.S. News and World Report website. To compose its lists of the most popular schools in the country, U.S. News analyzed the percentage of students accepted to a school who opt to … Continue reading “SSU Named One of the Most Popular Liberal Arts Colleges in the Nation”

YMCA Launches Annual Priceless Gifts Fundraiser

By | February 01, 2012

As a leading nonprofit for strengthening community, financial gifts to the Y will help advance programming and services that locally support development, healthy living, and social responsibilty. Gifts to the YMCA of Coastal Georgia make a direct impact on residents. This year the YMCA hopes to raise $562,000. Funds raised will support a parent with after school care, enroll a … Continue reading “YMCA Launches Annual Priceless Gifts Fundraiser”

Coastal Georgia Combined Federal Campaign Accepting Applications

By | February 01, 2012

The Coastal Federal Campaign is accepting applications from charitable public and private health and human services, federations, agencies and independent organizations for inclusion in the 2012 CFC campaign through January 20-March 15, 2012. The deadline for federations is February 24 (current federations include United Way of the Coastal Empire, EarthShare GA and Community Health Charities GA. Member agencies should contact … Continue reading “Coastal Georgia Combined Federal Campaign Accepting Applications”

TREMONT TEMPLE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH

By | February 01, 2012

You are invited to join the members of Tremont Temple Missionary Baptist Church, Sunday February 5, 2012, in observance of the Lord’s Supper. Service begins with Sunday School at 9am and morning worship at 10am. Our guest minister for the day is Rev. Quinton Morris of St. Simons Island, GA. The combined choirs of Tremont will render the music. Join … Continue reading “TREMONT TEMPLE MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH”

PENTECOSTAL MIRACLE DELIVERANCE CENTER

By | February 01, 2012

Please join us in the annual MOTIVATIONAL REVIVAL, held February 8-10, 2012 at 7:30 p.m. nightly. The guest Revivalist will be Prophet Brian Mosley. He has ministered in Savannah in years past. He is a Prophet of God! Come, share and be blessed as this awesome man of God ministers. 4712 Bull Street, Savannah, GA, 31405 (near 65th Street); Bishop … Continue reading “PENTECOSTAL MIRACLE DELIVERANCE CENTER”