Savannah Branch NAACP Prisons Committee To Host March Mass Meeting

By Savannah Tribune | March 20, 2019

On Sunday, March 24 at 4 pm, the Savannah Branch NAACP Prisons Committee will host a Mass Meeting at Thankful Missionary Baptist Church, Rev. Dr. Bobby Jones, Pastor, located at 820 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Invited guests are Chatham County Sheriff John T. Wilcher, Savannah City Council member Van Johnson, and Chatham County District Attorney Meg Heap. This meeting … Continue reading “Savannah Branch NAACP Prisons Committee To Host March Mass Meeting”

Correction and Clarification

By Savannah Tribune | March 20, 2019

There was an error printed in the story titled, 2019 Oscars Present Diversity & Inclusion. James Baldwin wrote, “If Beale Street Could Talk.” (not Richard Baldwin) The Savannah Tribune apologizes for the error and any inconvenience.

“EYE CARE” FOR YOU

By Savannah Tribune | March 20, 2019

It’s allergy season in the Low Country. Spring has almost arrived and so have the symptoms. From itchy nose, sneezing, sniffing, and trouble breathing, to red eyes, swollen eyelids, and terrible irritation in the eyes, the allergy season is upon us and here is what you can do to help relieve your symptoms. All too often, I see patients who … Continue reading ““EYE CARE” FOR YOU”

Chatham County Democratic Committee General Membership Meeting

By Savannah Tribune | March 20, 2019

If you support the principles of the Democratic Party, then you are invited to attend a regularly scheduled Chatham County Democratic Committee general membership meeting on Wednesday, March 27 at 6:30. Meetings are held at The McKelvey-Powell Building located at 714 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd (3rd Floor) Attendance is open to the public, and you need not be a … Continue reading “Chatham County Democratic Committee General Membership Meeting”

Participate In Drumfolk Event With Riddimic Rescue And Step Afrika!

By Savannah Tribune | March 20, 2019

The Riddimic Rescue: Drumfolk Shout + Music Society, in collaboration with the international body-percussion performance ensemble STEP AFRIKA!, will be holding a special participatory event on March 28, 2019 at 7 PM in the Parish Hall of The Collegiate Church of St. Paul the Apostle at the corner of E. 34th St. and Abercorn St. in Savannah, Georgia. The event … Continue reading “Participate In Drumfolk Event With Riddimic Rescue And Step Afrika!”

St. Joseph’s/Candler Offering Scholarships To Weeklong Camp

By Savannah Tribune | March 20, 2019

Camp Adam Fisher teaches kids about managing their diabetes while they enjoy a classic summer camp experience St. Joseph’s/Candler is participating in this summer’s Camp Adam Fisher and wants to help children with diabetes enjoy the camp at no cost. Camp Adam Fisher is a weeklong overnight camp for children with diabetes, their brothers, sisters and friends ages 6-17. Kids … Continue reading “St. Joseph’s/Candler Offering Scholarships To Weeklong Camp”

Alpha Phi Alpha Fish Fry to Benefit School Mentoring Groups

By Savannah Tribune | March 20, 2019

Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. – Beta Phi Lambda Chapter will sponsor a Fish Fry on Saturday, March 30, 2019 from 10:30AM – 3:00PM at the Charles Henry Chapman Memorial Community Garden (Directly across from 3112 Lincoln Street–Thunderbolt, GA). Dinners will include fish fillets, yellow rice, potato salad, green beans, dessert and beverage. Cost of the dinners is $10.00. Proceeds … Continue reading “Alpha Phi Alpha Fish Fry to Benefit School Mentoring Groups”

Small Church With A Big Heart

By Savannah Tribune | March 20, 2019

The 50th Street Church of Christ Youth Ministry ended 2018 in the same spirit of love, activities and charitable giving in which it began. Under the direction of Youth Minister Bro. Marvin Johnson, the year was full of successful youth projects. In January a vision board craft project that encouraged the youth to set goals and acknowledge their individual visions … Continue reading “Small Church With A Big Heart”

When Is The Debt Paid?

By Savannah Tribune | March 20, 2019

In 2018 over 600 persons released from Georgia Department of Corrections facilities returned to Chatham County. For many of them the maze of community reintegration is hopelessly never ending. Drug charges may prohibit them from public housing, Food Stamps, or Student Loans. And, in Georgia, persons on probation or parole can’t vote on matters that impact them. With so many … Continue reading “When Is The Debt Paid?”

Start Your Day With Prayer

By Savannah Tribune | March 20, 2019

Start your day with prayer Monday through Friday beginning at 6:30am.with the Tremont Temple Missionary Baptist Church Prayerline. Call 1-641-715-3272; access code is 741607.