On Friday, September 18, 2015, the Women with Purpose Ministry of Thankful Missionary Baptist Church will host a “Night of Praise” featuring The Gift of GAB, God Anointed Band, along with liturgical dancing, solos, Savannah’s own comedian “Antelope Gossip”, and more! This event is open and free to the public and all are welcome to attend. The church is located … Continue reading “Night of Praise”
L.E.E.P, Inc. (Life Enhancement and Enrichment Program) is sponsoring a personal safety workshop for women and teen girls only. The workshop will convene on Saturday, September 26, 2015 at 11am. The location will be Abundant Life Deliverance Center Fellowship Hall, 2502 Highway 80 West in Garden City (next to the fire station). The presenters will be Tamika Jonas, Prevention Coordinator … Continue reading “L.E.E.P, Inc Personal Safety Workshop”
Woodville-Tompkins Alumni Association will have a meeting on second Sunday, September 13, 2015 at 6pm. The meeting will take place at 319 “A” Main Street, Garden City, GA 31408. For information call (912) 232-5005.
As part of Patriot Day, remembered globally as the anniversary of the catastrophic terrorist attacks on the United States, the City of Richmond Hill will host a ceremony to observe September 11 and honor the City of Richmond Hill Fire and Police Departments. Speakers will include Mayor Harold Fowler, Police Chief Bill Reynolds and Fire Chief Ralph Catlett. A moment … Continue reading “September 11 Commemoration Ceremony”
Tigers Lose Season Opener Colorado State rolled up 598 yards of offense as the Rams defeated Savannah State 65-13 in the season opener for both teams on September 5. The loss extends SSU’s losing streak to 22 games. The Hughes Stadium crowd of 24,571 saw CSU jump out to a 24-0 lead in the first quarter. The lead expanded to … Continue reading “SPORTS WITH WALTER MOORE”
Senior outside hitter Christian Lyle led the team with five kills as Savannah State University volleyball fell to Austin Peay 3-0 (25-11, 25-14, 25-10) on Friday night at Bartow Arena at the Blazer Classic. Three Lady Tigers (0-6), freshmen outside hitters Makayla Tam and Chineye Ofodile and junior setter Caitlynn Masoe, each added three kills, while Masoe also added nine … Continue reading “Volleyball Falls to Austin Peay 3-0 at the Blazer Classic in Birmingham”
Savannah State opened their 2015 cross country season by participating in the South Carolina Challenge. On the women’s side, SSU’s runners finished with an average time of 24:22.15. South Carolina (28 won the women’s meet followed by Coastal Carolina (32), Georgia Southern (81), The Citadel (116), SSU (143), Benedict (171) and Claflin (172). The Savannah State men were paced by … Continue reading “Savannah State Opens 2015 Cross Country Season”
U.S. District Judge Richard M. Berman acquitted Tom Brady of his four game suspensions Thursday, September 3, 2015 over the deflation of football scandal. Judge Berman said that NFL commissioner Roger Goodell went too far with the punishment. However, the league is not ending this dispute and will appeal the decision later. Goodell stated, “We are grateful to Judge Berman … Continue reading “Tom Brady Beats Case of Deflated Balls Scandal”