Inaugural Southeast Georgia Leadership Forum Announces Speakers For Day One Of Event

By Savannah Tribune | January 05, 2022

Morris Multi- media is proud to announce the speakers for day-one of the inaugural Southeast Georgia Leadership Forum in Savannah, now scheduled for Monday, February 28 -Tuesday, March 1, 2022 at Kehoe Iron Works at Trustees’ Garden. World-class presenters to open the two day event will include: Michael Thurmond, CEO, Dekalb County, Georgia; Stedman Graham, CEO, Stedman Graham & Associates; … Continue reading “Inaugural Southeast Georgia Leadership Forum Announces Speakers For Day One Of Event”

Betty White, Advocate & Friend, Passes Before 100th Birthday Celebration

By Savannah Tribune | January 05, 2022

Betty White passed away on New Year’s Eve, less than three weeks before her milestone 100th birthday on January 17, at her home in California. No specific cause of death was cited. She began her career in 1930s Los Angeles as a radio personality, eventually attaining one of her most memorable and acclaimed roles in the 80s as Rose Nylund … Continue reading “Betty White, Advocate & Friend, Passes Before 100th Birthday Celebration”

Savannah Interagency Diversity Council Hosts Forum To Raise Awareness About Human Trafficking

By Savannah Tribune | January 05, 2022

Savannah Interagency Diversity Council (SIDC) will be partnering with Savannah State University to host “2022 Savannah Traffick Jam” for January’s National Human Trafficking Awareness Month. The Forum will be held on Friday, January 28, 2022 and Saturday, January 29, 2022 at the Student Union Building on the campus of Savannah State University, located at 3219 College Street, Savannah, Georgia. The … Continue reading “Savannah Interagency Diversity Council Hosts Forum To Raise Awareness About Human Trafficking”

Veterans Council of Chatham County Announces 2022 Officers

By Savannah Tribune | January 05, 2022

Veterans Council of Chatham County announced their 2022 Slate of Officers at their monthly Veterans Council Meeting, Monday, January 3rd at the American Legion Post 184 located at 3003 Rowland Avenue in Thunderbolt Ga. Joe Higgins, Chairman; Jim Vejar, Senior Vice Chairman; Mike Brady, Junior Vice Chairman Post 1; Rich Noel, Junior Vice Chairman Post 2; Christina Gibson, Secretary; Tim … Continue reading “Veterans Council of Chatham County Announces 2022 Officers”

Georgia Power Restores Service To 200,000+ Impacted Customers Last Monday After Severe Winter Weather Crosses State

By Savannah Tribune | January 05, 2022

Georgia Power has restored power to more than 200,000 customers impacted by high winds and saturated ground after storms crossed the state overnight. As of 5:30 PM, Georgia Power is working to restore power to approximately 12,000 customers who remain without power due to extensive damage from the storm. Georgia Power has crews in the field tonight working to complete … Continue reading “Georgia Power Restores Service To 200,000+ Impacted Customers Last Monday After Severe Winter Weather Crosses State”

Sigma Education and Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Tau Beta Sigma Chapter Celebrate 7th Annual Gala

By Savannah Tribune | January 05, 2022

Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Incorporated’s Tau Beta Sigma Chapter along with the Sigma Education Foundation is proud to host its 7th Annual Scholarship and Awards Gala. The main purpose of this Scholarship and Awards Gala is to raise funding for scholarships to be issued to graduating seniors in the Savannah Area. Also, members of the community from the areas of … Continue reading “Sigma Education and Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Tau Beta Sigma Chapter Celebrate 7th Annual Gala”

Martin Luther King Jr. Association Announces 2022 Celebration Events

By Savannah Tribune | January 05, 2022

The M.L. King Association would like to announce this year’s 2022 Parade Marshalls. Mrs. Carolyn S. Blackshear and the Honorable Carl Gilliard. Both individuals are very active in the community. Mrs. Blackshear is the immediate past president of the M.L. King Association where she served for more than years, and she continues to serve. Rep. Gilliard is a State Representative … Continue reading “Martin Luther King Jr. Association Announces 2022 Celebration Events”

Assistant Supervisor Of Elections Retires

By Savannah Tribune | January 05, 2022

The Chatham County Board of Elections announces the retirement of Lynn Trabue, Assistant Supervisor of Elections. Lynn has been employed at Elections since 2003, having previously worked at DFACS. She is a lifelong resident of the Thunderbolt community. “Lynn has been a valuable member of our small elections staff for many years,” said Elections Board Chairman, Tom Mahoney. “She has … Continue reading “Assistant Supervisor Of Elections Retires”

LEUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA SOCIETY

By Savannah Tribune | January 05, 2022

Founded in 1949, the mission of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society is to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families. We fund research to advocate lifesaving treatments. We provide free education, support and resources nationally and locally. w Are you, a family member or loved one living with a … Continue reading “LEUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA SOCIETY”

Local BIPOC Nonprofit Leaders Graduate From New Nonprofit Leadership And Career Development Program

By Savannah Tribune | January 05, 2022

United Way of the Coastal Empire is pleased to announce the graduates of the first BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) Nonprofit Leadership Symposium. The graduation took place on Thursday, December 16 at the Savannah Economic Development Authority office (906 Drayton St, Savannah) during the Closing Ceremony. Savannah Mayor Van Johnson served as the Keynote Speaker for the event. The … Continue reading “Local BIPOC Nonprofit Leaders Graduate From New Nonprofit Leadership And Career Development Program”