E-Book

By Savannah Tribune | September 13, 2017

E-reading is a new e-book service for Live Oak Public Libraries users. Over 20,000 titles are available from a variety of small and independent publishers. New books are added weekly. All books allow for multi-user access, so there is never any waiting for a title. E-books are checked out for 14 days and can be renewed. For more information, visit … Continue reading “E-Book”

Support Group for Families Affected by Mental Illness

By Savannah Tribune | September 13, 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 13, 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”

Bariatric Surgery Information Session

By Savannah Tribune | September 13, 2017

6 p.m., Wednesday, September 6, GenerationOne, 1100 Eisenhower Drive, Savannah This session provides information about bariatric surgery and the program at Memorial Health Bariatrics. For more information, call 912-350-DIET (3438) or visit bariatrics.memorialhealth.com. There is no charge to attend.

After 190 Years, The Global Impact Of The Black Press Is Still Undeniable

By Savannah Tribune | September 13, 2017

For 190 years, the global impact of the Black Press has been irrefutable; from fighting against colonialism to Africa to advocating for Black soldiers fighting in Europe during the world wars and shining a light on Apartheid in South Africa the Black-owned newspapers have always been a voice for the voiceless. The rich and unvarnished history of the Black Press … Continue reading “After 190 Years, The Global Impact Of The Black Press Is Still Undeniable”

Attention Jackson State University Alumni

By Savannah Tribune | September 13, 2017

If you graduated from Jackson State University, Jackson, MS; kindly contact Dr. Keenya G. Mosley at (912) 272-4156 or pmo83@att.net for information about the JSU Savannah Alumni Chapter.

Connect Our Kids Adds Foster Care Influencer Sarah Quinlan for the Give BIG America™ Campaign

By Savannah Tribune | September 13, 2017

Savannah’s Sarah Quinlan has joined the Connect Our Kids team as a Give BIG America™ Campaign Ambassador. A nonprofit that leverages technology to find permanent families for foster children, Connect Our Kids is rolling out a nationwide campaign to raise funds to build proactive software that will dramatically improve the family recruitment process. As a Give BIG America™ Campaign Ambassador, … Continue reading “Connect Our Kids Adds Foster Care Influencer Sarah Quinlan for the Give BIG America™ Campaign”

A Heart 4 Worship

By Savannah Tribune | September 13, 2017

Almost three years have passed since we unexpectedly lost our precious angel and songbird, Alexsis Yvonne Bradshaw-Phillips. The diagnosis was Mitral Valve Prolapse-ironically the girl with so much love and a heart as big as the city would leave this earth due to a heart attack at the age of 23. Even in her demise she left her impressionable mark … Continue reading “A Heart 4 Worship”

September is Blood Cancer Awareness Month

By Savannah Tribune | September 13, 2017

The future is brighter than it’s ever been for children with blood cancers. We’ve improved the five-year survival rate for children with the most commonly diagnosed leukemia from only 3 percent in 1964 to about 90 percent today. But for the more than 6,000 school-age children affected by blood cancer each year, the experience of going back to school after … Continue reading “September is Blood Cancer Awareness Month”

Woodville – Tompkins Alumni Association, Inc Meeting

By Savannah Tribune | September 13, 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