Dunham Farms August 2017

By Savannah Tribune | July 26, 2017

Saturday, August 19th: 7:15 – 9:15 a.m. Join us for the last leisurely paddle adventures before Labor Day brings back the autumn rush. The earlier the time, the cooler the weather. So relish this early paddle as it’s just past sunrise, it is especially beautiful. $45. We welcome paddlers 12 years-old and up can swim. No experience required. All equipment … Continue reading “Dunham Farms August 2017”

“Alternative Path to Grief ”

By Savannah Tribune | July 26, 2017

Hospice Savannah’s Full Circle bereavement staff facilitates “Alternative Path to Grief” commencing August 10, 2017. Adults who have experienced the death of a loved one are invited to join others in exploring what happens when creative, activity-oriented methods are used to explore their grief journey. Processing grief and emotions can be much more than “just talk” when we lower our … Continue reading ““Alternative Path to Grief ””

4th Annual Christian Leadership School

By Savannah Tribune | July 26, 2017

Are you interested in learning more about the History of Baptists or Theology and History of Christianity? Would you like to get a better understanding of The Gospel of John? If your answer to these questions is “yes”, then plan to attend the 4th Annual Christian Leadership School to be held at Connor’s Temple Baptist Church August 21 – 24, … Continue reading “4th Annual Christian Leadership School”

St. Joseph’s/Candler

By Savannah Tribune | July 26, 2017

Free Computer Classes taught by Microsoft Certified Instructors at the African-American Health Information and Resource Center. For more information or to register, please call 912-447-6605 Wednesday, July 26, 2017: Microsoft Word II 2:00 pm -6:00 pm St. Joseph’s/Candler African American Health Information and Resource Center will hold several FREE seminars on different topics throughout the month. The center even has … Continue reading “St. Joseph’s/Candler”

St. Pius X High School Alumni Pius Fest – 2017

By Savannah Tribune | July 26, 2017

Saturday, August 19, 2017 – 1:00pm – 6:00pm at Savannah Classical Academy Gym, 705 East Anderson St., Savannah, GA. All Former Students, Staff, Friends & Family Members of St. Pius X H. S. are Invited. $ 30.00 each guest – Make Checks Payable to : SPXHSAA. Mail $30.00 check to Treas. Willis Shellman– 10432 Gray Fox Way – Sav., GA … Continue reading “St. Pius X High School Alumni Pius Fest – 2017”

Scenes from The 100 Member Walk for Change

By Savannah Tribune | July 26, 2017

100+ Members of the Frank Callen Boys and Girls Club along with Mayor Eddie DeLoach, Alderman Van Johnson, Former Harlem Globetrotter Larry “Gator” Rivers and other dignitaries walked last Friday to bring awareness to gun and gang violence in Savannah. The walk also demonstrated that the Boys and Girls Club can provide a safe place while creating change.

Georgia NAACP President Francys Johnson Steps Down

By Savannah Tribune | July 26, 2017

Francys Johnson, the 38-year-old civil rights attorney and pastor from Statesboro, stepped down as president of the Georgia NAACP Saturday at the 108th National Convention in Baltimore. Johnson is credited with restoring the voting rights litigation prowess of NAACP in Georgia while attracting younger professionals and bridging the gaps in Georgia between millennial activists groups such as Black Lives Matter. … Continue reading “Georgia NAACP President Francys Johnson Steps Down”

Keya Jest: Turning The Tide

By Savannah Tribune | July 26, 2017

When is it too late to start over? The answer is never. Keya Jest decided on this when she became clean and took control of her future. She made the start, and United Way of the Coastal Empire helped her along the road to rebuild. Life’s cruelties crashed down on Keya not once, but twice when she suffered two miscarriages … Continue reading “Keya Jest: Turning The Tide”

Savannah High Wins Cooperative Spirit Sportsmanship Award

By Savannah Tribune | July 26, 2017

Savannah High School recently won the Georgia High School Association Cooperative Spirit Sportsmanship Award for Region 3-AAA. The award, which is sponsored by Georgia’s Electric Membership Cooperatives, honors schools that demonstrated exemplary sportsmanship during the 2016-17 school year. Since 2006, the GHSA and Georgia’s EMCs have sponsored the Cooperative Spirit Sportsmanship Award which reinforces the GHSA philosophy: “Students, athletes, coaches, … Continue reading “Savannah High Wins Cooperative Spirit Sportsmanship Award”

City Council Votes To Dissolve SCMPD

By Savannah Tribune | July 26, 2017

The Savannah City Council voted 8-0 today to send Chatham County a six-month notice of termination to dissolve the Savannah Chatham Metropolitan Police Department, effective February 1, 2018. On that date, the City plans to begin operating a separate Savannah Police Department to focus on public safety in the City of Savannah. The move comes after Mayor DeLoach and City … Continue reading “City Council Votes To Dissolve SCMPD”