Roly Poly Of Savannah Announces United Way Wednesday To Continue Year-Round

By Savannah Tribune | December 23, 2020

Roly Poly of Savannah owner and operator Tim Feathers announces that the promotion he created as part of this year’s United Way of the Coastal Empire’s Always United Challenge will be continued throughout the entire 2021 year. The restaurant’s “United Way Wednesday” campaign donates $1 from every order placed on Wednesdays. “I know the needs of our community do not … Continue reading “Roly Poly Of Savannah Announces United Way Wednesday To Continue Year-Round”

Santa’s Pantry: Feeding Vulnerable Children In Winter

By Savannah Tribune | December 23, 2020

Many children face a long winter break without the meals served by their school’s nutrition program. Approximately 66% of Savannah Chatham County Public School System students are economically disadvantaged and will struggle during these weeks. This year, Santa’s Pantry is raising money to send grocery store gift cards home with the students identified by school staff as the most in … Continue reading “Santa’s Pantry: Feeding Vulnerable Children In Winter”

Asbury Memorial Announces Virtual Advent & Christmas Eve Services

By Savannah Tribune | December 23, 2020

Asbury Memorial Church invites the community to its virtual Advent services at 11:15 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 20 and Christmas service at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 24. Asbury Memorial has provided online worship opportunities since suspending in-person church activities and services nine months ago, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The church will continue with its virtual format for the … Continue reading “Asbury Memorial Announces Virtual Advent & Christmas Eve Services”

Christ Church Anglican Calls New Leader

By Savannah Tribune | December 23, 2020

The Rev. Dr. Craig Stephans has been called to be the 42nd Rector (Sr. Pastor) of Christ Church Anglican, the oldest congregation in Georgia. Dr. Stephans comes from Church of the Redeemer in Camden, North Carolina, where he served as Rector for ten years. He will be joined later in the spring by his wife, Missy and their two children, … Continue reading “Christ Church Anglican Calls New Leader”

Relatives As Parents Program At EOA

By Savannah Tribune | December 23, 2020

Are you a grandparent or relative who has taken on the responsibility of surrogate parenting because the biological parent is unable to do so? Currently, RAPP provides extensive services, primarily to relative caregivers caring for children they are raising (not in the formal foster care system). EOA hosts a support group for RAPP participants on the 4th Wednesday of each … Continue reading “Relatives As Parents Program At EOA”

Sports With Walter Moore

By Savannah Tribune | December 23, 2020

Longtime SSU Golf Coach Retires Art Gelow, Savannah State University’s longtime men’s and women’s golf coach has called it quits. Gelow’s last day with SSU was August 31. Gelow was hired in February 2002 by former SSU athletic director Hank Ford. Since coming to Savannah State, Gelow states that his teams have claimed 33 Division I golf tournament titles. Since … Continue reading “Sports With Walter Moore”

SIAC Delays Start Of Winter, Spring Sports

By Savannah Tribune | December 23, 2020

In consideration of the health and safety factors of student-athletes and staff, the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SIAC) has delayed the start of winter and spring sports until March 1, 2021, according to a press release from the conference office. Possibly impacted Savannah State sports include men’s and women’s basketball, women’s tennis, men’s and women’s golf, outdoor men’s and women’s … Continue reading “SIAC Delays Start Of Winter, Spring Sports”