The Historic Second African Baptist Church Welcomes New Pastor

By Savannah Tribune | October 18, 2017

The historic Second African Baptist Church is praising God for the great things He has done and is doing in the life of the church. Excitement fills the air, we are delighted to announce that after a long and prayerful search, God has answered our prayers for a new pastor. The membership believes the Lord has allowed them to identify … Continue reading “The Historic Second African Baptist Church Welcomes New Pastor”

“EYECARE FOR YOU”

By Savannah Tribune | October 18, 2017

Is your child’s nearsightedness increasing from year to year? Are they constantly misplacing or breaking their glasses? Perhaps, they feel hindered by corrective eyewear during their favorite sports or hobbies. Dr. Evelyn Dearing fell into all three of these categories as a child and was one of the first patients to undergo new technology called corneal refractive therapy (CRT) in … Continue reading ““EYECARE FOR YOU””

2017 Savannah Vigil of Remembrance and Hope

By Savannah Tribune | October 18, 2017

On October 21st, Mothers Against Drunk Driving® (MADD) Georgia State Office will host a vigil of remembrance and hope. This event will benefit local MADD offices’ programs to end drunk driving as well as services that support drunk driving victims and survivors. MADD encourages everyone to visit the MADD Georgia website to get more information at madd.org/ga The event will … Continue reading “2017 Savannah Vigil of Remembrance and Hope”

Coastal Regional Commission Infomation For ums

By Savannah Tribune | October 18, 2017

Coastal Area Agency on Aging will be holding information forums on October 24, November 28 and December 7, 2017. We want to hear from the public! Share in a group discussion about programs and services for older adults, individuals with disabilities and family caregivers in your community. Attend a public hearing to learn how the Area Agency on Aging is … Continue reading “Coastal Regional Commission Infomation For ums”

The Savannah Line Dance Divas

By Savannah Tribune | October 18, 2017

The Savannah Line Dance Divas presents its first annual “DANCE IT OUT’ fundraiser to benefit SAFE SHELTER (an organization that provides refuge to battered women and men) on OCTOBER 21, 2017, 9-12 noon @ SOL C. JOHNSON HS, 3021 SUNSET BLVD (GYM)located in the Thunderbolt area. We will have country and R&B line dancing, Salsa, Zumba, and of course Belly … Continue reading “The Savannah Line Dance Divas”

Bethel Missionary Baptist Church Of Savannah, Inc

By Savannah Tribune | October 18, 2017

“For the body is not one member, but many.”1st Cor. 12:14 Pastor Jerome William Baker and the Bethel Family take this moment to invite you to be a part of our Fall Revival. We are hopeful that this Revival will be a very memorable and fulfilling experience. For that to happen we need your prayers, help and support The Revival … Continue reading “Bethel Missionary Baptist Church Of Savannah, Inc”

African American Resource Center

By Savannah Tribune | October 18, 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 Tuesday, October 24, 2017 Understanding Social Media: 10:00 am -12:00 pm Friday, October 27, 2017 Microsoft PowerPoint: 9:00 am – 1:00 pm St. Joseph’s/Candler African American Health Information and Resource Center will hold several FREE … Continue reading “African American Resource Center”

The Alfred E. Beach High School of 1957

By Savannah Tribune | October 18, 2017

The Alfred E. Beach High School of 1957 will hold its regular Class Meeting on Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017. Time: 12:00 noon, at Ralph Mark Gilbert Museum, 460 Martin Luther King Blvd. Plans are being made for the 60th Year Anniversary, which entail the banquet, picnic and other fun activities. The taxation is necessary to defry the cost of these … Continue reading “The Alfred E. Beach High School of 1957”

Sports With Walter Moore

By Savannah Tribune | October 18, 2017

Morgan State 48 SSU 28 Savannah State scored a season-high 28 points but it would hardly be enough as the Tigers fell to Morgan State 48-28 in a game played at Hughes Stadium on October 14. The homecoming crowd of 11,865 saw SSU score from their first play from scrimmage as D’Vonn Gibbons threw a 83 yard touchdown to Uriah … Continue reading “Sports With Walter Moore”

Sol. C. Johnson Athletic Hall of Fame Association, Inc. Announces The Inductees for 2017

By Savannah Tribune | October 18, 2017

Sol. C. Johnson Athletic Hall of Fame Association, Inc. announces the inductees for enshrinement for 2017. They are: Benjamin Walker, football 1962; James Peter Hill, football 1969; Brady Cruse, football 1962; Dickie Mitchell, football 1968. The Citation award will be presented to Freddie Gilyard, former principal of Sol C. Johnson. In addition, the wives of the original football coaches will … Continue reading “Sol. C. Johnson Athletic Hall of Fame Association, Inc. Announces The Inductees for 2017”