Bright Star Children’s Touring Theatre will perform a play entitled “Rosa Parks & Forgotten Friends” during the Savannah Black Heritage Festival this February. The performances on February 12 and 14 are free and open to the public. This brand new production celebrates the life and work of Rosa Parks. In addition to Parks’, the play introduces the audience to a … Continue reading “Free Performances Of “Rosa Parks & Forgotten Friends””
Historic Savannah Foundation (HSF) Ninth Annual Race for Preservation. Registration is now open for the 2015 HSF Ninth Annual Race for Preservation, sponsored by Seacrest Partners. HSF has partnered with experienced race director Robert Espinoza and his seasoned team at Fleet Feet Savannah to lay out an improved course for the 5K and 10K races. The route highlights five historic … Continue reading “Historic Savannah Foundation To Host Ninth Annual Race for Preservation”
To kick off their 10th anniversary season, the Savannah Children’s Choir presents their 2015 Summer Camp, titled “Greatest Hits”. “Our 2015/2016 season will focus on our greatest hits,” explains Emmy Williams, SCC’s Director of Education. “This means looking back on the things we’ve done exceptionally well in our past decade, and bringing them back to help celebrate. We’re offering lots … Continue reading “Savannah Children’s Choir Presents “Greatest Hits” For Summer Camp 2015”
Greater Gaines Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church, 1006 May Street, where the Rev. Dr. Bernard Clarke, pastor cordially invite you to Savannah State University Day on Sunday, February 15th at 11 am. Our guest speaker for this occasion is Dr. Cheryl D. Dozier, president of Savannah State University. We are extending a special invitation to all Savannah State University alumni, … Continue reading “Greater Gaines To Host SSU Day”
The Mt. Moriah Missionary Baptist Church family will celebrate our annual Black History Celebration. This program will be held on Sunday, February 15th 2015, at 5 P.M. Rev. Clarence Williams, Pastor of Pilgrim Missionary Baptist Church & Moderator of the Berean Association, will be the guest speaker for this event. Mt. Moriah is located at 3922 ACL Blvd. Savannah, Ga. … Continue reading “Black History Celebration”
Happy New Year everyone! I don’t know if you missed me or not, but I sure did miss you in Spirit. I have had three visits to the hospital but thanks to our Great, Great, wonderful and Awesome God, I AM BACK! I went in the first time on Mother’s day and had to stay eleven days because I had … Continue reading “I Am Back!”
Eden Missionary Baptist Church will be celebrating their Annual Black History Program, Sunday, February 15, 2015 at 8am. Speaker for this great occasion will be Minister RaySha Lonon of New Salem Community Fellowship Church, Savannah, Ga. We are inviting everyone to please come.
St. Philip Monumental AME Church, 1112 Jefferson Street, would like to join us as we celebrate Family and Friends Day, February 15, 2015 at 10 am. The speaker for this occasion is Sister E. Lee Marsh. Sister Marsh is a graduate of Savannah State University and is well versed in Behavior Disorders, Mental Health Issues and Crisis Intervention Services. She … Continue reading “Family and Friends Day To Be Held”
First Union Missionary Baptist Church and Unspoken Praise Mime Ministry would like to invite you to our Youth Explosion on Saturday, February 28, 2015 at 5:00 p.m. Our theme for this occasion is “To unify our youth in a positive way” We are calling all dancers, singers, poets, rappers and musicians to come and share your God given talents with … Continue reading “First Union To Host Youth Explosion”
The Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church Family will present, “You Were There,” Black Moments In History Program. The program will be held on Friday, February 20, 2015 at 6:00pm. Come and participate in an unique, spiritual and historical celebration. We are located at 1814 Eat 38th Street.