A Call To Action has been ordered: After defeating OSD/ Amendment 1, the Next Steps for Healing our Schools (Healing the Communities Heals the Schools) is to join us December 14, 7:00 P. M. at Saint Paul Baptist Church at 624 Waters Avenue, Savannah, Georgia, Pastor Rev. Chester Ellis.
JESUS-YESHUA Relief Trust at Suntrust Bank with a goal of raising a million dollars in relief funds to Honor JESUS-YESHUA at JESUS-YESHUA Birthday Celebration which will be held SONDAY, December 25, 2016 at Forsyth Park at Noon to3 p.m. Praise, Christmas food, music, dance and drama. For Contest and further information contact: JESUS-YESHUA at 1004 Collat Avenue, Savannah, GA 31415 … Continue reading “JESUS-YESHUA Relief Trust Sets Goal”
Tomeka was born in Orangeburg, South Carolina and spent much of her youth there until moving to Savannah. She and the rest of her family moved to the port city when her father, the late Williams “Bill” Davis, was hired as the head football coach at Savannah State, in 1986. She states that it wasn’t hard growing up the daughter … Continue reading “Sports with Walter Moore”
Former Savannah State baseball player Kyle McGowin was recently traded from the Los Angeles Angels to the Washington Nationals, in a three player deal. The Nationals sent shortstop Danny Espinosa to the Angels organization for pitchers McGowin, and Austin Adams. McGowin, 25, has appeared in 75 games over the past four seasons in the Angels’ minor league system, making 67 … Continue reading “McGowin Traded To Nationals”
A pair of former Savannah Christian football players have earned all conference honors on the college level. Louisville senior defensive tackle DeAngelo Brown made the all conference team in the Atlantic Coast Conference while Minnesota senior defensive back Jalen Myrick earned honorable mention honors in the Big Ten. Brown, who made the second team defense, recorded 37 tackles and a … Continue reading “Brown, Myrick Earn Football Honors”
The Benedictine Cadets won their second Class AA state high school football title in three years with a 9-26 victory over Fitzgerald, in a game played in the Georgia Dome on December 10. BC scored on its first five possessions to race to a 35-6 first-half lead. Fitzgerald got within 35-26 but no closer. John Wesley Kennedy had 287 all-purpose … Continue reading “Benedictine Wins State Title”