Shawn “J Chris” Christopher & His Artists, The Brown Boyz, Wins Quartet Of The Year Award

By Savannah Tribune | July 20, 2022

Savannah’ s own Shawn “J Chris” Christopher, Founder and CEO of The Christopher Entertainment Agency and SIX19 Music, home to recording artists, The Brown Boyz, won the Stellar Award for Quartet of the Year at the 37th Annual Stellar Awards at The Coca Cola Roxy Theater in Atlanta Georgia, July 15th. This is the second Stellar Award nomination for Shawn … Continue reading “Shawn “J Chris” Christopher & His Artists, The Brown Boyz, Wins Quartet Of The Year Award”

Family Promise Executive Director Katrina Bostick Featured In Essence Magazine

By Savannah Tribune | July 20, 2022

Family Promise of the Coastal Empire Executive Director Katrina Bostick was featured in the current issue of Essence Magazine. The piece is titled, “’It Could Happen to Any of Us’: This CEO Shares How Her Social Work Career Led Her To Fight The Homelessness Epidemic,” and was written by Jasmine Browley. It focuses on the path that led Bostick to … Continue reading “Family Promise Executive Director Katrina Bostick Featured In Essence Magazine”

Tompkins High School Class of 1971 Celebrates “Fifty & Fierce” Reunion

By Savannah Tribune | July 20, 2022

The Tompkins High School Class of 1971 celebrated its 50th year Class Reunion during the weekend of June 24-26, 2022. The Theme for this 50th year milestone was “Fifty & Fierce- A Reunion To Remember” The reunion planning committee worked diligently to plan a weekend of memorable events. The Meet & Greet was held at the Con-Ed Resource Center in … Continue reading “Tompkins High School Class of 1971 Celebrates “Fifty & Fierce” Reunion”

PUBLISHER’S NOTE – The Savannah Tribune

By Savannah Tribune | July 20, 2022

Your Freedom Depends on Your Vote! The Fate of Our Democracy Depends on Your Vote! 1. REGISTER TO VOTE! The Deadline to Register for the November 8th Midterm Elections is OCTOBER 11, 2022 Georgia Residents must be: • A Citizen of the United States • A legal resident of the state of Georgia and of the County where you wish … Continue reading “PUBLISHER’S NOTE – The Savannah Tribune”

Rep. Derek Mallow Presents The Outstanding Georgia Business Award To Oliver Maner Law Firm

By Savannah Tribune | July 20, 2022

Oliver Maner, a leading law firm in Savannah, Ga., was presented the Outstanding Georgia Business Award by State Representative Derek Mallow of Georgia House District 163, which includes downtown Savannah where the firm’s offices are located. State representatives are permitted to request recognition for a business in their district from the Georgia Secretary of State, along with documentation and verification … Continue reading “Rep. Derek Mallow Presents The Outstanding Georgia Business Award To Oliver Maner Law Firm”

National Association of University Women Scholarship Winners and New Members

By Savannah Tribune | July 20, 2022

National Association of University Women is pleased to announce scholarship winners and new members Terrien Edwards, a graduate of Effingham H.S., in Springfield, GA had a 3.4 GPA. She was a member of the Beta Club, National French Honor Society, EHS Marching and Concert Band playing the French Horn, Vice President of Student Council and a mentor to atrisk students. … Continue reading “National Association of University Women Scholarship Winners and New Members”

Savannah Branch NAACP To Host A Community Cook Out

By Savannah Tribune | July 20, 2022

On Sunday, July 24, from 2:00 PM to 5:30 PM, the Savannah Branch NAACP will host TNT-40 Community Outreach for our monthly MASS Meeting and a Cookout in Yamacraw Village. The meeting will be held 4:00 PM at Historic First Bryan Baptist Church, 575 West Bryan Street, with Rev. Christopher Pittman, Senior Pastor. This important meeting is open to the … Continue reading “Savannah Branch NAACP To Host A Community Cook Out”

BLACK IN BUSINESS

By Savannah Tribune | July 20, 2022

The Black In busness will be held Wednesday, July 20th at 6:00pm – 8:00pm. In Person, Savannah State University; Mary C. Torian Auditorium The event is FREE, but registration is required. To register, go to score.tfafor- ms.net/17?Even- tID=a105a000005rOnx The event will include the following panel of successful local black business owners Elbi Elm, Owner, The Culturist Union – A U.S. … Continue reading “BLACK IN BUSINESS”

Back To School Give Away

By Savannah Tribune | July 20, 2022

ASK A MINDSET COACH

By Savannah Tribune | July 20, 2022

Question: I work about 60 hours of work and am able to cover my bills but not with much to spare. The work is ok and not too stressful but there isn’t much room for advancement. I work so hard that at the end of the day I just come home and crash in front of the TV. I want … Continue reading “ASK A MINDSET COACH”