A Call to Action! Delta Sigma Theta Sorority To Hold Voter Education, Registration Event

By Savannah Tribune | March 16, 2022

Savannah Alumnae Chapter (SAC) of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated, will celebrate Mamie George S. Williams Advocacy Day with a voter registration and education event on Saturday, March 26, Noon – 2 PM in the King-Frazier Student Center ballroom on the Savannah State University campus. “She Believed She Could – So She Did” is the theme for the celebration, which … Continue reading “A Call to Action! Delta Sigma Theta Sorority To Hold Voter Education, Registration Event”

Women’s History Month

By Savannah Tribune | March 16, 2022

American Politician, Voting Rights Activist, Lawyer & Author Stacey Yvonne Abrams is the second of six siblings born to Robert and Carolyn Abrams (a shipyard worker and college librarian) on December 9, 1973, in Madison, Wisconsin. At an early age, Stacey was inspired by both her parents who were active in civil rights movements, boycotts and fighting for voting rights. … Continue reading “Women’s History Month”

Plant Riverside To Host Shamrocks & Shenanigans Celebration March 16-20

By Savannah Tribune | March 16, 2022

Plant Riverside District – Savannah, Ga.’s newest and most exciting destination for dining, shopping and live entertainment – will host the 2022 Shamrocks and Shenanigans Celebration in honor of St. Patrick’s Day Wednesday, March 16 through Sunday, March 20 along Savannah’s riverfront at 400 W. River St. The five-day event at Plant Riverside District will offer free live music on … Continue reading “Plant Riverside To Host Shamrocks & Shenanigans Celebration March 16-20”

Southeast Georgia Leadership Forum Awarded Legacy Leadership & Emerging Leader Awards

By Savannah Tribune | March 16, 2022

The Southeast Georgia Leadership Forum, organized by Morris Multimedia, recently presented three awards to regional leaders on Tuesday, March 1, 2022. The Legacy Leadership awards were presented to The Honorable Otis Johnson, former Savannah Mayor and Cliff McCurry, Director of Community Development for Sterling Seacrest Pritchard. The Emerging Leader Award was presented to Anna Chafin, Executive Director of Bryan County … Continue reading “Southeast Georgia Leadership Forum Awarded Legacy Leadership & Emerging Leader Awards”

PUBLISHER’S NOTE GET READY TO VOTE IN THE MAY 24TH PRIMARY

By Savannah Tribune | March 16, 2022

Do You Plan To Vote By Absentee Ballot For The May 24th Primaries? Applications Will NOT Be Automatically Mailed To You! • Request your Absentee Ballot Application NOW. A Registered Voter, Regardless Of Age Or Disability, Must Request And Submit An Absentee Ballot Application including the required Identification. Applications are available now, and can be submitted March 7 until the … Continue reading “PUBLISHER’S NOTE GET READY TO VOTE IN THE MAY 24TH PRIMARY”

Center Parc Credit Union Announces $1000 Youth Scholarships Available

By Savannah Tribune | March 16, 2022

High school seniors are invited to apply for the 2022 Youth Member Development Scholarship Award being presented by Center Parc Credit Union. The financial organization will present two $1,000 scholarships to students who are entering college or vocational school this year. Deadline for submitting a completed application packet with supporting documents is March 31, 2022. To access the packet and … Continue reading “Center Parc Credit Union Announces $1000 Youth Scholarships Available”

Beach High C’57 Honors A Native Son

By Savannah Tribune | March 16, 2022

Leroy Wilson, Jr., Esq., the “Native Son” of Savannah, Georgia and graduate of Beach High School class of 1957 is visiting our beloved city. His classmates will honor him for his many global accomplishments at a luncheon on Saturday, April 9, 2022, 12:30 pm, at Red Lobster Restaurant, 11 West Montgomery Crossroad, Savannah, Ga. Attorney Wilson practices law in Lobatse, … Continue reading “Beach High C’57 Honors A Native Son”

Local Designer Danietté Making History With Savannah’s First Design House

By Savannah Tribune | March 16, 2022

SCAD Alumna Daniette A. Thomas, will make history April 3rd 2022, by opening Savannah’s First Design House. Located at 422 W. 43rd Street, the design house works by servicing men and women with custom design, styling, and creative direction services. It also doubles as an event venue, optimal for weddings, fashion shows, baby showers, networking, and more! The grand opening … Continue reading “Local Designer Danietté Making History With Savannah’s First Design House”

Women’s History Month

By Savannah Tribune | March 16, 2022

Co-founder of Black Voters Matter, Community Organizer, Political Strategist LaTosha Brown was born in 1971 in Selma, AL, to a farming family. She attended Selma High School and Auburn University at Montgomery where she studied political science and government. When Brown’s parents separated, at a young age, she and her mother moved to Mobile, AL, to live with her maternal … Continue reading “Women’s History Month”

History Theatre Raises Over $10,000 For Its Susie King Taylor Production

By Savannah Tribune | March 16, 2022

History Theatre announced this week that the nonprofit community theatre has so far raised over $10,000 in support of its production of Susie King Taylor: “What a Wonderful Revolution!” The play will have its premier performances on May 20-22 at the Ben Tucker Theater in the Cultural Arts Center. Contributions for the production have come from many sectors of the … Continue reading “History Theatre Raises Over $10,000 For Its Susie King Taylor Production”