Applications Open for the Summer 500 Youth Employment Program

By Savannah Tribune | February 06, 2019

City of Savannah Mayor Eddie DeLoach officially launched the fourth annual Summer 500 Program by encouraging High school students aged 16 and over and currently enrolled in either a public or private school to apply for the program. Savannah- Chatham Public Schools superintendent Dr. Ann Levett, Mayor Pro Tem Carol Bell, business leaders and a past program participant joined the … Continue reading “Applications Open for the Summer 500 Youth Employment Program”

Savannah College of Art & Design (SCAD) Career Fair

By Savannah Tribune | February 06, 2019

On February 22rd, employers from across the world will set up in the Exhibit Hall of the Savannah Convention Center to find the best and the brightest Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) has to offer. With nearly 80 companies currently registered to be on-site, and the list is bound to grow, this event speaks volumes for SCAD and … Continue reading “Savannah College of Art & Design (SCAD) Career Fair”

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Celebrates MLK, Jr.

By Savannah Tribune | February 06, 2019

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, Gamma Sigma Omega (GSO) chapter celebrated and honored Dr. Martin Luther King’s legacy of service by assisting Greenbriar Children’s Center and partnering with the Economic Opportunity Authority for Savannah-Chatham County (EOA) Foster Grandparent Program to provide socks for the Homeless at Inner City Night Shelter and participating in the 2019 Martin Luther King parade. On … Continue reading “Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Celebrates MLK, Jr.”

New Year, New Goals, and Better Health

By Savannah Tribune | February 06, 2019

Following the indulgence of the holidays comes the annual chorus of self-improvement promises, often centered around better health. Perhaps we vow to cut down on sweets, take daily walks around the neighborhood, or, for individuals enrolled in Medicare Advantage (MA), one resolution might be to evaluate your insurance plan and see how it can support your 2019 goals. This new … Continue reading “New Year, New Goals, and Better Health”

Savannah State University National Alumni Association (SSUNAA) “Family of the Year” Award

By Savannah Tribune | February 06, 2019

During the 2018 SSU Homecoming, the SSUNAA recognized and awarded the LaVerne “Reynolds” Madison Family, the “Family of the Year” award for the number of family members who graduated from Savannah State College (SSC)/SSU and their untiring efforts in support of the mission of the University. There were 16 descendants of the “Reynolds” family who graduated from SSC/ SSU. Mrs. … Continue reading “Savannah State University National Alumni Association (SSUNAA) “Family of the Year” Award”

Fellowship City of Praise on the Move

By Savannah Tribune | February 06, 2019

Rev. Dr. Paul A. Sheppard and the Partners of Fellowship City of Praise are excited to announce their new location at the Bonaventure Celebration Center located at 2019 Mills B Lane Blvd., in Liberty City. FCOP is delighted to embark upon its second year in a new worship setting. Services are held the first through fourth Sundays at 10:00 am. … Continue reading “Fellowship City of Praise on the Move”

MLKing Observance Day Association “EXPRESS SUCCESS”

By Savannah Tribune | February 06, 2019

This is a special invitation to participate in the Annual M.L.King Observance Day Association, Inc,”EXPRESS – SUCCESS” Saturday, February 16, 2019, 12:00-4:00 p.m., Bethlehem Baptist Church,1008 May Street, in the beautiful L.Scott Stell Fellowship Hall. A day to showcase a wide variety of Savannah’s Youth Talent, Education, and Career exhibits. We are inviting ALL VENDORS,- FREE OF CHARGE!,(one table and … Continue reading “MLKing Observance Day Association “EXPRESS SUCCESS””

Massie’s Black Heritage Month Lecture Series: Were Savannah’s ‘Free People of Color’ Really Free?

By Savannah Tribune | February 06, 2019

Massie Heritage Center is proud to announce its Black Heritage Month Lecture Series, commencing with a Talk by Tania Sammons on Wednesday, February 20, 2019 at 7:00 pm. Sammons is a writer, curator, and museum specialist, has written four books, curated two dozen original exhibitions. She served as the director of Telfair’s Slavery and Freedom in Savannah project, which included … Continue reading “Massie’s Black Heritage Month Lecture Series: Were Savannah’s ‘Free People of Color’ Really Free?”

Honda Campus All-Star Challenge Tests HBCU Students

By Savannah Tribune | February 06, 2019

Savannah State University (SSU) will compete in the National Qualifying Tournament of the 30th annual Honda Campus All- Star Challenge (HCASC), February 9, at North Carolina A&T State University. An academic competition for top HBCU students, the fast-paced buzzer contest highlights students’ scholastic prowess and ability to answer questions about history, science, literature, religion, the arts and pop culture. SSU … Continue reading “Honda Campus All-Star Challenge Tests HBCU Students”

Savannah Autism Conference Features Activist Temple Grandin as Keynote and Announces First Local Reverse Job Fair

By Savannah Tribune | February 06, 2019

Autism activist Temple Grandin, widely acknowledged as one of the world’s most accomplished and best-known autistic adults, will be the keynote speaker when the Matthew Reardon Center for Autism hosts its 2019 Autism Conference Feb. 28 and March 1 at the Savannah Convention Center. The conference comes as estimates indicate that one in 59 children born in the United States … Continue reading “Savannah Autism Conference Features Activist Temple Grandin as Keynote and Announces First Local Reverse Job Fair”