SSU Graduates Earn President’s Second Mile Award For Community & Campus Service

By Savannah Tribune | May 13, 2020

C’Asia Griffin, a mathematics major from Savannah, Ga., and Monroe Thornton III, an English major from Gainesville, Fla., each received the President’s Second Mile Award during the virtual presentation of Savannah State University’s (SSU) 196th commencement ceremony, which aired on May 9. The award recognizes graduating seniors who have demonstrated outstanding leadership on campus and in the local community. “Both … Continue reading “SSU Graduates Earn President’s Second Mile Award For Community & Campus Service”

The Savannah Community Remembers Louise Anthony

By Savannah Tribune | May 13, 2020

Louise Anthony was born on May 17, 1961 in Savannah, Georgia to the late James Anthony Sr. and Beatrice Anthony. One brother, Leroy Anthony (infant) preceded her in death. After a courageous battle with cancer, she peacefully went home to be with the Lord Monday, April 20, 2020 surrounded by her loving family. Louise was educated in the Savannah Chatham … Continue reading “The Savannah Community Remembers Louise Anthony”

First Black Valedictorian Named In Princeton University’s History

By Savannah Tribune | May 13, 2020

Princeton University has named its first black valedictorian in the school’s 274-year history. Nicholas Johnson, a Canadian student majoring in operations research and financial engineering, has been named valedictorian of Princeton’s Class of 2020, the university announced in a news release. In a Facebook message, Johnson said “It feels empowering. Being Princeton’s first Black Valedictorian holds special significance to me … Continue reading “First Black Valedictorian Named In Princeton University’s History”

Ahmaud’s Case Continues To Run

By Savannah Tribune | May 13, 2020

As we approach the three-month mark since the February 23rd shooting of Ahmaud Arbery in Satilla Shores south of Brunswick, details are finally starting to emerge and actions have been set in motion. Due to public outrage surrounding the release of the video capturing Arbery’s last moments, a case that was once assumed to be buried has now been thrust … Continue reading “Ahmaud’s Case Continues To Run”

Vote Chatham County: A Get-Out-the-Vote Rally

By Savannah Tribune | May 13, 2020

Savannah- Chatham County and surrounding areas are invited to participate in a virtual Get- Out-the-Vote Rally hosted by the Hungry Club Forum of Savannah, Inc. (HCFS). Everyone is invited to tune in to www.facebook.com/ hungryclubforumofsavannah on Saturday, May 16, 2020 at 9:30 AM for the Facebook Livestream. Your questions and comments are welcome. While every election is important, the outcome … Continue reading “Vote Chatham County: A Get-Out-the-Vote Rally”

Two Local Companies Unite to Support Frontline Hospital Workers

By Savannah Tribune | May 13, 2020

Last Thursday, May 7, Sound View Wealth Advisors and Carey Hilliard’s Restaurants presented 100 meals to frontline workers in the ER and COVID-19 unit at Memorial Health University Medical Center (MHUMC). Also, the two companies will be presenting America’s Second Harvest of Coastal Georgia, Inc. with a combined $2,500 cash donation in honor of the frontline healthcare workers at MHUMC. … Continue reading “Two Local Companies Unite to Support Frontline Hospital Workers”

Senior Volunteer Program of EOA

By Savannah Tribune | May 13, 2020

Share your time and special talents with others, join the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program of EOA, we need your help to help others. Through RSVP seniors 55 and older serve in various community organizations 1 to 40 hours per week. Choose where you want to serve from the many local agencies we are affiliated with. Qualifications are to be … Continue reading “Senior Volunteer Program of EOA”

Free Hearing Screenings Every Thursday

By Savannah Tribune | May 13, 2020

The Savannah Speech and Hearing Center, 1206 East 66th St., a nonprofit organization serving clients with speech pathology and audiology needs, offers free hearing screenings which are open to the public every Thursday from 9-11 a.m. Children ages three years old to adults of all ages are screened on a first-come, first-serve basis by a trained audiology assistant. If necessary, … Continue reading “Free Hearing Screenings Every Thursday”

2000 Tutors

By Savannah Tribune | May 13, 2020

Great for Grades 1 through 12, College Students, Adult Education, or Career Assistance! Tutor.com offers more than 2,000 tutors who work from their home or office from throughout North America. Tutors include certified teachers, college professors and professional tutors, all with proven subject experience in the fields they tutor. Use your computer, smartphone or tablet. For more information, visit www.liveoakpl.org.

E-Book

By Savannah Tribune | May 13, 2020

E-reading is a new e-book service for Live Oak Public Libraries users. Over 20,000 titles are available from a variety of small and independent publishers. New books are added weekly. All books allow for multi-user access, so there is never any waiting for a title. E-books are checked out for 14 days and can be renewed. For more information, visit … Continue reading “E-Book”