Locally owned Carver State Bank is taking action to support its customers, employees, and community as the nation responds to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19. Carver, which is one of only 21 Black-owned banks in the United States, and the only bank in south Georgia certified as a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI), has also taken a leadership … Continue reading “Carver Responds To Coronavirus And Economic Slowdown”
Patt Gunn “Sistah Patt” and Roz Rouse “Sistah Roz”, co-owners of Savannah Gallery on Slavery and Healing want to make sure that you know the importance of black history all year round. This gallery, located on Martin Luther King Boulevard, details the rich, authentic history of slavery in Savannah, in addition to spreading awareness of the unique Gullah Geechee culture. … Continue reading “Women’s History Month”
Mr. John Finney, Savannah native and the former Executive Director of The Economic Opportunity Authority for Savannah-Chatham County, received the “Keeper of The Promise Award” at the 2020 Georgia Legislative Black Caucus Annual Heritage Dinner on February 27, 2020. Mr. Finney served two years active duty in the United States Army, with one year overseas duty in Okinawa, and four … Continue reading “Savannahian Among Georgia Black Caucus 2020 Honorees”
Public hand-washing stations are being set up in various areas of the city to help protect homeless people and the public at large from transmission of the COVID-19 virus. But Homeless Authority Director Cindy Murphy Kelley seeks the community’s help in providing additional supplies, especially paper towels, which are in short supply. “We have worked with the city, the Tourism … Continue reading “Homeless Authority Sets Up Hand Washing, Donation Collection and Homeless Information Stations”
The State of Georgia has moved the Presidential Preference Primary from March 24 to May 19. We know many of you have questions about what that means for you and your vote. If you have already in the Presidential Preference Primary, your vote will be counted during the May 19 election. This is also true if your ballot included a … Continue reading “The Georgia Primary Elections In a Time of Social Distancing”
Dear Christian Friends, The Lenten and Holy Week seasons are upon us again. Enclosed is a list of anointed ministers that are sure to inspire each of us to have a closer walk with God. Services will be held 7PM nightly at Taylor Chapel AME Church, located at 107 Darling Street, Rev. Dr. Jonetta Prater, pastor. Please come and be … Continue reading “2020 Lenten and Holy Week Services”
Start your day with prayer Monday through Friday beginning at 6:30 am. with the new Tremont Temple Missionary Baptist Church Prayerline. Call 1-605-313-4818access code is 741607.
Historic St. Philip AME Church “on the Boulevard” is sponsoring a fun-filled “WILD AND CRAZY AUCTION” on Saturday, March 28, 2020 at 11:00 am in the Church’s Fellowship Hall located at 613 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Savannah, Church Phone # (912) 233-2083. Everyone is invited to come out to SELECT/BID/ PURCHASE “NEW and GENTLY USED” treasures for pennies on … Continue reading “Wild and Crazy Auction To Be Held”
The Job Search and Resume Writing Center is open Mondays and Wednesdays 9:30 AM to 12 Noon. The location is Abundant Life Deliverance Center, 2502 Highway 80 West in Garden City. Call Mrs. Willis at (912) 644- 9675 for more information.
By Freedom Bible College & Seminary, Call 912-790-1004