Savannah SCORE Offers Opportunity for Entrepreneurs to Win $10K to Launch Their New Business

By Savannah Tribune | July 25, 2018

Got an idea for a unique exciting new product or service? Then consider the new “BizPitch Savannah” entrepreneurial competition, a kinder, gentler version of TV’s “Shark Tank.” It’s a chance to pitch your idea to a panel of judges with the potential to win $2500 in cash and a package of professional start-up business services worth an estimated $7,500. This … Continue reading “Savannah SCORE Offers Opportunity for Entrepreneurs to Win $10K to Launch Their New Business”

Savannah Native Keynotes Annual ‘Toots for Books’ Literacy Foundation Gala

By Savannah Tribune | July 25, 2018

Savannah’s own Dr. Stacy L. Henderson Shaw will give the Keynote Address at the ‘Toots for Books’ Literacy Foundation’s annual Read. Rock. Remedy. Gala which raises awareness and funds to support those in need of educational resources. The Gala will be held Thursday August 2, 2018 at Eagles Landing Country Club , 100 Eagles Landing Way Stockbridge, GA The gala … Continue reading “Savannah Native Keynotes Annual ‘Toots for Books’ Literacy Foundation Gala”

First ‘Small Business Enterprise’ Contract Awarded To Local Landscapers

By Savannah Tribune | July 25, 2018

The City of Savannah has awarded the first contracts under its new Savannah Business Enterprise (SBE) program adopted by City Hall earlier this year. Two contracts totaling $115,000 for lot clearing and debris removal were awarded to the lowest bidding company, Family Lawn Care, LLC (FLC). FLC is a locally owned company which was started in 2006 by Jesse and … Continue reading “First ‘Small Business Enterprise’ Contract Awarded To Local Landscapers”

Savannah Philharmonic Announces Partnership For Tenth Anniversary’s Picnic In The Park

By Savannah Tribune | July 25, 2018

The Savannah Philharmonic announces a new presenting sponsor for Savannah’s largest outdoor cultural event, Picnic in the Park. Enmarket is already a loyal supporter of the Philharmonic and this new partnership will ensure that the tenth anniversary Picnic in the Park will be a truly remarkable highlight of the season. This year, Savannah’s annual tradition in historic Forsyth Park is … Continue reading “Savannah Philharmonic Announces Partnership For Tenth Anniversary’s Picnic In The Park”

Grand Opening For New Savannah Police Northwest Precinct

By Savannah Tribune | July 25, 2018

The Savannah Police Department held a grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony for their new Northwest Precinct, located at 602 E. Lathrop Ave. near the intersection of West Bay Street. last Friday. More than 100 community members, police officers, local leaders and city staff attended the event. The precinct covers downtown Savannah, West Savannah, and the Highlands. Previously the Northwest … Continue reading “Grand Opening For New Savannah Police Northwest Precinct”

FREE GED®-Prep Morning Classes Now Available in Richmond Hill

By Savannah Tribune | July 25, 2018

This fall, Richmond Hill residents that need a GED® may now go back to school in the mornings to prepare for the exam. Savannah Technical College has added a morning session of its free GED®-prep classes from 8:30-11:30 a.m. on Mondays through Thursdays in Richmond Hill. Thanks to a partnership with Bryan County Recreation, the free GED®- prep classes will … Continue reading “FREE GED®-Prep Morning Classes Now Available in Richmond Hill”

Free/Reduced Lunch Applications Available For SCCPSS Families

By Savannah Tribune | July 25, 2018

SCCPSS families who receive free/reduced lunch must reapply each year to maintain their recipient status. Prior year meal status will expire on September 13, 2018. Parents can reapply to maintain that status beginning next week. Paper applications are now available at the new School Nutrition Applications Center located at 3609 Hopkins Street in Savannah. The Center will be open each … Continue reading “Free/Reduced Lunch Applications Available For SCCPSS Families”

First ‘Small Business Enterprise’ Contract Awarded To Local Landscapers

By Savannah Tribune | July 25, 2018

The City of Savannah has awarded the first contracts under its new Savannah Business Enterprise (SBE) program adopted by City Hall earlier this year. Two contracts totaling $115,000 for lot clearing and debris removal were awarded to the lowest bidding company, Family Lawn Care, LLC (FLC). FLC is a locally owned company which was started in 2006 by Jesse and … Continue reading “First ‘Small Business Enterprise’ Contract Awarded To Local Landscapers”

Jenkins Class of ‘78 40th Reunion

By Savannah Tribune | July 25, 2018

We, the HVJ (Herschel V. Jenkins High School) Class of 1978, will celebrate our 40th Class Reunion starting with a Meet & Greet on July 27th, 2018 at the Carver Heights Community Center. Highlight the celebration at the All HVJ Alumni famed “Red Ball” at the Savannah Civic Center on July 28th. Concluding the celebratory weekend with services at the … Continue reading “Jenkins Class of ‘78 40th Reunion”

Tompkins High Class of ‘82 To Celebrate 36th Reunion

By Savannah Tribune | July 25, 2018

The Tompkins High Class of 1982’s 36th Class Reunion Dance has been rescheduled to Saturday, October 13, 2018 at Alee Temple, 100 Eisenberg Dr., Savannah, GA 31406 from 7:00 PM – 11:00 PM. Please send payment to: Tompkins High Class of 1982, Post Office Box 7032, Garden City, GA 31408. For more info, please contact: Sandra Prescott Kicklighter at 912.272.1724, … Continue reading “Tompkins High Class of ‘82 To Celebrate 36th Reunion”