James J. Holmes Field House Dedication Ceremony Held

By Savannah Tribune | May 19, 2021

Last Thursday, Chatham County hosted a dedication ceremony for the James J. Holmes Field House at Memorial Stadium. The event was attended by family and friends of Coach James J. Holmes. Chatham County Commission Chairman Chester A. Ellis opened the ceremony with an invocation by Holmes’ niece followed by the pledge of allegiance. The Chairman recognized the guest and gave … Continue reading “James J. Holmes Field House Dedication Ceremony Held”

Dr. Priscilla Thomas Celebrates 30 Years Of Youth Programming – It’s Summer Bonanza’s Birthday

By Savannah Tribune | May 19, 2021

Summer Bonanza Partnership will kick-off its 30th Birthday celebration on May 23rd at Memorial Stadium at 2:00 pm. There will be a drive-thru party with Founder and Retired County Commissioner Dr. Priscilla Thomas. We invite alumni and present youth to participate in this awesome celebration. Parents can bring their children to play in the park while registering each child for … Continue reading “Dr. Priscilla Thomas Celebrates 30 Years Of Youth Programming – It’s Summer Bonanza’s Birthday”

Nelson’s Counseling & Wellness Supports Clients Naturally

By Savannah Tribune | May 19, 2021

Nelson’s Counseling and Wellness is a private practice offering individual, family, group, and couples counseling. Mrs. Seketa Bing-Nelson, owner and counselor, is a mental health therapist specializing in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Mindfulness training. What makes Nelson’s Counseling a distinguished practice is the connection between mental illness and the African American community. During an interview with Kayla … Continue reading “Nelson’s Counseling & Wellness Supports Clients Naturally”

PUBLISHER’S NOTE

By Savannah Tribune | May 19, 2021

The Savannah Tribune Opposes Voter Suppression. We continue our strong support of U.S. Senators Rev. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff, Stacey Abrams and the leaders of other Civil/Voter rights organizations who are sharing facts and authentic details and information about the challenges and suppressive restrictions imposed by the recent voting law (SB 202) that was hastily passed by the Georgia … Continue reading “PUBLISHER’S NOTE”

Wycliffe Gordon Returns To ‘Good Times Jazz Bar & Restaurant’

By Savannah Tribune | May 19, 2021

This Friday and Saturday, May 21 and May 22, 2021, from 8PM-11PM each night, one of Savannah’s most lively entertainment venues Good Times Jazz Bar & Restaurant, will offer live jazz from renowned musician, composer, conductor, arranger Wycliffe Gordon of Augusta, Ga. Wycliffe Gordon is a veteran member of the Wynton Marsalis Septet (1989-1995) An original member of Lincoln Center … Continue reading “Wycliffe Gordon Returns To ‘Good Times Jazz Bar & Restaurant’”

Your Turn

By Savannah Tribune | May 19, 2021

This is an op-ed by Beverley C. Reynolds, president of the Trustees’ Garden Club, the group developing a master plan for Forsyth Park. She wrote this piece on behalf of the club’s membership. Forsyth Park is the crown jewel of our city, and we Savannahians are passionate about it. It is much changed from the original 10 acres set aside … Continue reading “Your Turn”

Tribute to Graduate Kashta Dozier-Muhammad

By Savannah Tribune | May 19, 2021

I bear witness that there is no God but Allah, and that Muhammad is His Servant and Messenger. I am blessed to have Derrick and Brandi Dozier-Muhammad as parents. Despite some opposition and obstacles, they chose to homeschool their four children. They desired to manifest the cornerstone of the Teachings of The Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad as best they could: … Continue reading “Tribute to Graduate Kashta Dozier-Muhammad”

Tribute to Graduate Imani R. Muhammad

By Savannah Tribune | May 19, 2021

Imani R. Muhammad proudly walked among an august body of May 8, 2021, Savannah State University graduates. Her parents, Jamie and Loleatha Muhammad of Savannah, are honored for their firstborn to have completed a Biology degree and at the same time earned a magna cum laude distinction. Imani continues the HBCU tradition as her dad graduated from Savannah State with … Continue reading “Tribute to Graduate Imani R. Muhammad”

STEM Student Wins Second At International Film Festival

By Savannah Tribune | May 19, 2021

STEM Academy @ Bartlett eighth grade student Edna Luna recently won second place in the International Ocean Film Festival’s middle school category with her film, “Black Ocean.” Along with winning second place, Edna was also awarded the Global Audience prize. The global festival is currently in its 18th year of operation and was the first of its kind in North … Continue reading “STEM Student Wins Second At International Film Festival”

Our Black Ambassadors

By Savannah Tribune | May 19, 2021

LADIES!!! thanks for your leadership. we honor you for the past, present and future. We need you and you and all for a successful future. thanks!!! ACCEPTING THE TRUTH THE TRUTH BREEDS JOY! When we experience the truth, our bodies accept a HOLY MOMENT. Yes! You can also accept the fears and distractions, these factors can prevent us from seeing … Continue reading “Our Black Ambassadors”