Pfizer Vaccine For Children 5 To 11 Is Safe With Robust Antibody Response

By Savannah Tribune | September 22, 2021

A Phase 2/3 trial conducted by Pfizer and BioNTech revealed that the Covid-19 vaccine was safe and generated a “robust antibody response” in children ages 5 to 11. These are the first such results released for this age group for a US Covid-19 vaccine. Pfizer said it plans to submit to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for emergency use … Continue reading “Pfizer Vaccine For Children 5 To 11 Is Safe With Robust Antibody Response”

National Voter Registration Day:

By Savannah Tribune | September 22, 2021

Join “Operation Voters Registration Crusade 2021” – September 28th. In observance of National Voter Registration Day on September 28th, several local organizations have come together in partnership for “Operation Voters Registration Crusade 2021.” In the effort spearheaded by the Social Action Committee of the Savannah Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., several community organizations are partnering to conduct … Continue reading “National Voter Registration Day:”

The Chatham County Board Of Assessors Received The Certificate Of Excellence

By Savannah Tribune | September 22, 2021

The Chatham County Board of Assessors received the Certificate of Excellence in Assessment Administration (CEAA) from the International Association of Assessing Officers (IAAO) during their annual conference held in Chicago, August 29th – September 1st. This award recognizes jurisdictions that utilize best appraisal and assessment practices in their offices. Jurisdictions that earn this designation demonstrate a high level of proficiency … Continue reading “The Chatham County Board Of Assessors Received The Certificate Of Excellence”

A Call To Share With Savannah

By Savannah Tribune | September 22, 2021

My compliments to those who are dedicated and sacrificing to help the youth of Savannah. Your efforts do not go unnoticed or unappreciated. The time and resources you put toward helping young people succeed has and continues to contribute significantly to the youth who receive your support. If you are one of those adults or organizations providing mentoring and support … Continue reading “A Call To Share With Savannah”

PUBLISHER’S NOTE

By Savannah Tribune | September 22, 2021

We can’t emphasize it enough. There are 5 very important municipal elections coming up November 2nd in Garden City, Port Wentworth, Thunderbolt, and Tybee Island. There is also the election for Georgia House of Representatives District 165, and E-SPLOST will also be on the ballot – The Education Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax to support our Public Schools. It … Continue reading “PUBLISHER’S NOTE”

A-Phi-A Philanthropy Day

By Savannah Tribune | September 22, 2021

The men of Beta Phi Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. held the first of its Annual Philanthropy Day 2021 events with visits and donations to two of its local supported charitable organizations. In keeping with our motto, “First of All, Servants of All, We Shall Transcend All”, the chapter donated 53 box fans to the Savannah Seniors … Continue reading “A-Phi-A Philanthropy Day”

EmployAbility Welcomes Two New Members To Board Of Directors

By Savannah Tribune | September 22, 2021

EmployAbility, Savannah’s premier day service center for adults with disabilities, elects two new board members, LeAndrea Mikell and Antoine Kearny. LeAndrea Mikell is the Executive Director for Governmental Relations at Savannah State University. In this role, she directs the university’s governmental affairs strategy. Additionally, she cultivates strategic partnerships that support the university’s economic development and community engagement efforts. Mikell is … Continue reading “EmployAbility Welcomes Two New Members To Board Of Directors”

Paul Anderson Youth Home To Honor Graduates Across the Country In Conjunction With The Faith-Based Organization’s 60th Anniversary Celebration

By Savannah Tribune | September 22, 2021

Paul Anderson Youth Home, a fully accredited and licensed home offering a second chance to young men in crisis, celebrates its 60th anniversary this year with a specific strategic goal in mind. The organization will be reaching out across the country to let parents and advocates know there is a place to find an alternative to jail for troubled young … Continue reading “Paul Anderson Youth Home To Honor Graduates Across the Country In Conjunction With The Faith-Based Organization’s 60th Anniversary Celebration”

Chatham Retired Educators Association News

By Savannah Tribune | September 22, 2021

The Chatham Retired Educators Association (Chatham REA) kicked off the 2021-2022 year at its first meeting on Monday, September 13, 2021, on Zoom. The new Chatham REA Officers for 2021-2022 are: President-Dr. Gordon Baker, President-Elect, Mrs. Annette Mitchell, Past President Ms. Omie Flournoy, Secretary-Ms. Gail Moyer, Assistant Secretary- Mrs. Carrie Howard, Treasurer- Mrs. Wilmotine Ellis, Assistant Treasurer-Mrs. Mary Shank, Parliamentarian- … Continue reading “Chatham Retired Educators Association News”

Join Block By Block

By Savannah Tribune | September 22, 2021

Calling all creative and curious high schoolers in Savannah! Block by Block is recruiting young people for a 10-month program of creative storytelling, performance, and community connection. Block by Block writers leave the four walls of the typical institutionalized learning environment to conduct street-level participatory action research on a particular neighborhood or culture. Through this process, participants discover Savannah’s past … Continue reading “Join Block By Block”