The Creative Coast Launches Idea Accelerator Bootcamp

By Savannah Tribune | January 30, 2019

The Creative Coast is excited to announce The Creative Coast Idea Accelerator Bootcamp, powered by ATDC, an eleven week educational & mentoring program to help you through determining if entrepreneurship is the path for you. Taught by Jen Bonnett, Recovering Entrepreneur/ StartupChick and Executive Director of the Creative Coast, with the assistance of a pool of very talented mentors/ subject-matter-experts … Continue reading “The Creative Coast Launches Idea Accelerator Bootcamp”

Feiler Park Neighborhood Association Meeting

By Savannah Tribune | January 30, 2019

The Feiler Park Neighborhood Association will meet Tuesday, February 12, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. Our presenter for this meeting will be Ms. Carol Fireall, Senior SNAP Specialist at St. Mary’s Community Center. Her presentation is entitled “Qualifying for Assistance”. We will also have representation from our Fire Department, Metro Police Department, Sanitation Department, Code Enforcement Department and Community Development Department. … Continue reading “Feiler Park Neighborhood Association Meeting”

Memorial Health to Host ‘Learn More About Hernia’ Seminar

By Savannah Tribune | January 30, 2019

Memorial Health will host a free community seminar, “Learn More About Hernias,” at 6 p.m., Thursday, February 7. Dr. Oliver Whipple, laparoscopic and robotic surgeon with Memorial Health University Physicians, will lead the presentation, which will be held at Memorial Health GenerationOne, 1100 Eisenhower Drive in the Eisenhower Shopping Center. About 5 million people in the U.S. are living with … Continue reading “Memorial Health to Host ‘Learn More About Hernia’ Seminar”

Deep Speaks to Feature Savannah’s Most Talented Young Writers

By Savannah Tribune | January 30, 2019

Forty-five student authors from Savannah’s public middle schools will take the stage at 5:00 p.m. at the Yamacraw Performing Arts Center, 649 W. Jones Street, on Sunday, February 10, for the Deep Speaks book launch and literary reading. Doors open at 4:45 p.m. The 2018 fall semester of Deep Center’s Young Author Project served 168 middle school students. The young … Continue reading “Deep Speaks to Feature Savannah’s Most Talented Young Writers”

Neighborhood Night At The Movie At The W.W. Law Center

By Savannah Tribune | January 30, 2019

The February Neighborhood Night at the Movie will present “Government Shutdown: What Happens When the Food Runs Out” on Friday, February 8th, 5pm at the W.W. Law Community Center, 909 E. Bolton St. This will be followed by an emergency readiness next steps/information discussion. It doesn’t take a natural disaster such as a hurricane or flood for families to have … Continue reading “Neighborhood Night At The Movie At The W.W. Law Center”

Savannah State University Will Host Two Science Events For Middle And High School Students In February

By Savannah Tribune | January 30, 2019

Saturday, February 2, SSU’s marine sciences program will again host the Southern Stingray Bowl. The winning high school team from the Southern Stingray Bowl will move to the National Ocean Sciences Bowl (NOSB) to compete against 24 other regional first place teams in Washington, D.C. The NOSB, an interdisciplinary ocean science education program of the Consortium for Ocean Leadership (COL), … Continue reading “Savannah State University Will Host Two Science Events For Middle And High School Students In February”

Coastal Middle Students Step Up To Assist Their “Partners in Education”

By Savannah Tribune | January 30, 2019

On Thursday, January 24, 2019, the men and women of U.S. Coast Guard Station Tybee received the support of students at Coastal Middle School to assist them in their time of need. The students collected and donated 339 gift cards totaling over $2,500 to assist those impacted by the federal government shutdown. Coastal Middle School and U.S. Coast Guard Station … Continue reading “Coastal Middle Students Step Up To Assist Their “Partners in Education””

“EYE CARE” FOR YOU

By Savannah Tribune | January 30, 2019

As much as the temperatures have fluctuated recently in the low country, many of you may be wondering why your eyes have been “feeling” and “seeing” a little differently. The atmosphere around us (whether hot or cold) can cause dry eye symptoms. These symptoms include a dry, scratchy, gritty feeling in the eyes, blurred vision, and often times teary eyes. … Continue reading ““EYE CARE” FOR YOU”

Dedication of the Dr. Henry R. Delaney Library at St. John Academy

By Savannah Tribune | January 30, 2019

On January 20, 2019, the St. John Academy held the dedication of the Dr. Henry R. Delaney Library. The opening of the library on the school campus is an essential extension that the students will utilize to expand their learning. The use of the library allows students the opportunity to have access to a variety of literary materials and accessibility … Continue reading “Dedication of the Dr. Henry R. Delaney Library at St. John Academy”

Precious Gem Mentoring Program Enrollment

By Savannah Tribune | January 30, 2019

Precious Gem Mentoring Program is accepting enrollment applications for young girls who are currently in the 5th thru 8th grade. The Precious Gem Mentoring program is designed to aid young ladies in enhancing their cultural, intellectual, spiritual and personal development. In order to achieve this goal young ladies will participate in workshops as well as service projects and field trips … Continue reading “Precious Gem Mentoring Program Enrollment”