Support Group for Families Affected by Mental Illness

By Savannah Tribune | September 06, 2017

St. Joseph’s/Candler’s Johnny’s Bridges to Hope program offers a Support Group for Families Affected by Mental Illness on the last Wednesday of each month. Group meetings are held in the Lewis Cancer & Research Pavilion at 225 Candler Drive, directly across Reynolds Street from Candler Hospital. A Licensed Master Social Worker will meet with families seeking support in dealing with … Continue reading “Support Group for Families Affected by Mental Illness”

Yoga for Cancer Patients and Survivors

By Savannah Tribune | September 06, 2017

6:30 p.m., Tuesdays, and 12:45 p.m., Thursdays, FitnessOne, 3rd floor of the Memorial Outpatient & Wellness Center, Memorial University Medical Center These weekly yoga classes are free for cancer survivors and those in treatment. The classes help with flexibility and balance while also providing relaxation. The instructor is Yoga Alliance registered with more than 200 hours of training, including specialized … Continue reading “Yoga for Cancer Patients and Survivors”

City Planning to Sell Downtown Buildings

By Savannah Tribune | September 06, 2017

The City of Savannah is preparing to sell two building in Savannah’s Landmark Historic District and developing a plan to relocate many City departments to improve efficiency and make better use of tax dollars. Members of the Savannah City Council voted to declare the Gamble Municipal Building and the Broughton Municipal Building (BMB) as surplus and available for sale. “This … Continue reading “City Planning to Sell Downtown Buildings”

Smartphones: Have They Altered Photography?

By Savannah Tribune | September 06, 2017

Photography have came from the obscura camera, to the polariod camera and into what we have today a built in camera in a cellphone that makes taking photos accessible.  According to Digital Trends, the millennium kicked off the summer with the first cell phone with a built in camera manufactured by Samsung in South Korea. By 2003, the United States … Continue reading “Smartphones: Have They Altered Photography?”

GIADA Designates Bazemore as 4th Vice President-at-Large

By Savannah Tribune | September 06, 2017

The Georgia Independent Automobile Dealers Association, better known in the used car industry as GIADA, is a not-for-profit industry trade association that has been the voice of Georgia’s independent auto dealers since 1955. GIADA is committed to representing, educating, and informing Georgia’s independent motor vehicle dealers. As the country’s largest IADA, GIADA can certainly attribute much of its success & … Continue reading “GIADA Designates Bazemore as 4th Vice President-at-Large”

Woodville – Tompkins Alumni Association, Inc Meeting

By Savannah Tribune | September 06, 2017

Woodville – Tompkins Alumni Association, Inc, will have a meeting on second Sunday Sept. 10, 2017 6:00p.m. 319 “A “ Main Street , Garden City Ga 31408 President, Clifford Reynolds Reporter, Van B. Williams, (912) 232-5005

Sol C Johnson Class of 1968 Meeting

By Savannah Tribune | September 06, 2017

Our 50th Reunion is scheduled for June 15-17, 2018. We look forward to you passing the word around to our class mates who may not know about our meetings or planned reunion. We need everyone’s help and input so that we can have a successful and memorable 50th reunion. Please come with your ideas. Contact President, Isaac Martin (912, 257-5778) … Continue reading “Sol C Johnson Class of 1968 Meeting”

Savannah State University Class of 1972

By Savannah Tribune | September 06, 2017

Members of the class of 1972 are excited as we approach the 45th year since we received our degrees from our beloved Alma Mater. We look forward to celebrating with each of you this year at Homecoming during our class reunion. Members of our class met last October during homecoming weekend to get the ball rolling with plans for the … Continue reading “Savannah State University Class of 1972”

St. Joseph’s/Candler African American Health Information and Resource Center

By Savannah Tribune | September 06, 2017

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 a movie night each month! To learn more about any of the following seminars, please call 912-447- 6605. Thursday, September 7, 2017 Is That Really Healthy?; 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm Living Well Coastal Workshop is … Continue reading “St. Joseph’s/Candler African American Health Information and Resource Center”

2017 Woodville-Tompkins Homecoming

By Savannah Tribune | September 06, 2017

The Woodville-Tompkins Alumni Scholarship Foundation proudly presents the 9th annual Woodville Tompkins Homecoming., Saturday, September 30, 2017, 11:00 am until 5:00 pm.at Lower Woodville-Tompkins (former Scott Jr. High) campus, 402 Market Street. Join classes from 1945-2017 to reminisce and remember Woodville and Tompkins High Schools! This will be a day of fun, food, and re-connecting with family and friends. Admission … Continue reading “2017 Woodville-Tompkins Homecoming”