Diversity in Medicine Scholarship Award

By Savannah Tribune | September 30, 2020

HealthCorps in partnership with The Dr. Oz Show is pleased to announce its Diversity in Medicine Scholarship Award. This $10,000 scholarship will be awarded to a college or medical student who shows a deep passion for medicine and working toward solving health inequity in their community. The contest is open until 9PM ET on October 15, 2020. You can learn … Continue reading “Diversity in Medicine Scholarship Award”

The Junior League of Savannah Cancels Annual Thrift Sale

By Savannah Tribune | September 30, 2020

The Junior League of Savannah (JLS) today announced it has canceled its annual Thrift Sale, erring on the side of caution due to health concerns amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. JLS members will instead use the time and resources originally devoted to the annual sale to provide donations to local nonprofits. “While we are disappointed about canceling our Thrift Sale … Continue reading “The Junior League of Savannah Cancels Annual Thrift Sale”

5th Annual ‘When Is The Debt Paid?’ Conference – Saturday, October 3

By Savannah Tribune | September 30, 2020

Successful reintegration of released prisoners continues to be problematic in our society. In Georgia, 2 out of every 3 released prisoners are rearrested within 3 years! When formerly incarcerated persons return to our communities, many are denied employment, housing, voting rights, etc. because of their felonies. Justice Impacted persons need assistance connecting to resources designed to assist them with successful … Continue reading “5th Annual ‘When Is The Debt Paid?’ Conference – Saturday, October 3”

Faces And Voices Of Reintegration (FAVOR)

By Savannah Tribune | September 30, 2020

Faces And Voices Of Reintegration (FAVOR) is an organization that is comprised of formerly incarcerated individuals. Our Mission is to support individuals who are formerly incarcerated, returning citizens, and those impacted by or involved with the justice system. Our objective is to remove the stigma, change the narrative, highlight successful reintegration, and change public perception in order to change public … Continue reading “Faces And Voices Of Reintegration (FAVOR)”

Sports With Walter Moore

By Savannah Tribune | September 30, 2020

The Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (MEAC) has unveiled a scheduling model for how fall sports could be played in the spring 2021 semester, depending on the status of the COVID-19 pandemic and the NCAA scheduling guidelines for fall championships being played in the spring. Each individual institution can opt out of competing in the spring based on local and state COVID-19 … Continue reading “Sports With Walter Moore”

Georgia Trend Selects Parker and James

By Savannah Tribune | September 30, 2020

During Sept ember 2020, the Georgia Trend Magazine celebrated 35 years as a statewide magazine dedicated to business, politics and economic development. To commemorate this milestone, the Magazine recognized 15 “Legacy Leaders” from around Georgia who according to the Magazine “have contributed for many years to making Georgia No. 1 for business – as well as a great place to … Continue reading “Georgia Trend Selects Parker and James”

Local Women Assess The Top Issues In The November Election & Salute Justice Ginsburg

By Savannah Tribune | September 30, 2020

Communities of Savannah-Chatham County and surrounding areas are invited to participate in a virtual forum hosted by the Hungry Club Forum of Savannah, Inc.’s (HCFS) Signature Roundtable and Open Forum, and co-sponsored by B and B Demolition Contractors, Inc., Bobby L. “Sarge” Adams, President. The forum will be held on Saturday October 3, 2020, at 9:30 AM, at www.facebook.com/hungryclubforumofsavannah, and … Continue reading “Local Women Assess The Top Issues In The November Election & Salute Justice Ginsburg”

CAT Hires New COO

By Savannah Tribune | September 30, 2020

Walter “Lenny” Cooksey, Jr. has been hired as Chatham Area Transit’s new Chief Operating Officer. Cooksey brings with him 25 years of management experience in public and private transportation, financial services, marketing, and emergency management. He joins CAT after serving as the general manager of MV Transportation’s paratransit service in Baton Rouge, La. In addition, he served on the Safety … Continue reading “CAT Hires New COO”

Savannah Jazz Announces 2020 Hall of Fame Inductees

By Savannah Tribune | September 30, 2020

For 39 years, major contributors to Savannah’s Jazz history have been inducted each year during the Annual Savannah Jazz Festival. This year’s Savannah Safe Jazz Festival was held Wednesday through Sunday, September 23-27, 2020 at the Ships of the Sea Museum. According to CDC rules, social distancing was in place and the festival was live streamed around the world. Among … Continue reading “Savannah Jazz Announces 2020 Hall of Fame Inductees”

Matthew Reardon Center For Autism, Inc. Receives International Paper Foundation Grant

By Savannah Tribune | September 30, 2020

Matthew Reardon Center for Autism, Inc. has been awarded a $6,000 grant from International Paper’s Port Wentworth Mill and the International Paper Foundation. Funds will support the Early Learning Academy, a unique inclusion preschool for ALL young children. Partnering with Georgia Southern University’s College of Behavioral and Social Sciences, the Early Learning Academy offers a unique preschool experience through an … Continue reading “Matthew Reardon Center For Autism, Inc. Receives International Paper Foundation Grant”