Savannah State University Announces Selection of New Provost & Vice President for Academic Affairs

By Savannah Tribune | August 17, 2022

Savannah State University (SSU) has named Yolanda W. Page, Ph.D., the new Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, effective September 6. In this role, Page will serve as the chief academic officer for the university and will provide academic leadership, guidance, and resources between the academic and other units on campus to create an integrated student experience. As a … Continue reading “Savannah State University Announces Selection of New Provost & Vice President for Academic Affairs”

Good Times Celebrates Teddy Adams With 3-Day Birthday Bash August 19 – 21, 2022

By Savannah Tribune | August 17, 2022

Good Times Jazz Bar and Restaurant presents three amazing nights celebrating jazz historian, educator, author and musician Dr. Teddy Adams with a three-day birthday bash. The three-day Teddy Adams Birthday Bash kicks off Friday, August 19th at 8:00 PM with former students and mentees, bassist Delbert Felix, pianist Louis Heriveaux, drummer Xavier Breaker, trombonist Andrae Murchison & vocalist Gina Renè … Continue reading “Good Times Celebrates Teddy Adams With 3-Day Birthday Bash August 19 – 21, 2022”

The Late James Holmes Selected For The Georgia Boys & Girls Club Hall of Fame

By Savannah Tribune | August 17, 2022

The late Commissioner James Holmes family received the following letter acknowledging his selection for inclusion in the 2022 Georgia Boys and Girls Clubs Hall of Fame. Dear Holmes Family, Please accept our sincere congratulations on the recent selection for inclusion in the 2022 Georgia Boys & Girls Clubs Hall of Fame. The purpose of the Georgia Boys & Girls Clubs … Continue reading “The Late James Holmes Selected For The Georgia Boys & Girls Club Hall of Fame”

PUBLISHER’S NOTE 1 – The Savannah Tribune

By Savannah Tribune | August 17, 2022

Do You Plan To Vote By Absentee Ballot For The November Midterm? Applications Will NOT Be Automatically Mailed To You! The first day to officially Request your Absentee Ballot Application is Monday, August 22nd. A Registered Voter, Regardless Of Age Or Disability, Must Request And Submit An Absentee Ballot Application Along With The Required Identification. If You Are Planning To … Continue reading “PUBLISHER’S NOTE 1 – The Savannah Tribune”

Memorial Celebration Held in Honor of Dr. John “J. D. ” Marshall

By Savannah Tribune | August 17, 2022

On Saturday, August 13, 2022 Beach High School’s class of 1964 graduates and many others gathered at Bethlehem Baptist Church Banquet Hall for a memorial celebration to honor the late Dr. John “J.D” Marshall, Jr. Dr. John D. Marshall, Jr., 74, a family-practice doctor in Americus for more than three decades, contracted COVID-19 from a patient, family members said. Marshall … Continue reading “Memorial Celebration Held in Honor of Dr. John “J. D. ” Marshall”

Christian Men & Women Bible Ministry Monthly Meetings

By Savannah Tribune | August 17, 2022

“For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord. Plans to prosper you and not to harm you. Plans to give you hope and a future.” – Jeremiah 29:11 Thursday, July 28th, we met at First Friendship Baptist Church. The man of God did an awesome job. We thank the church for the Word as well as … Continue reading “Christian Men & Women Bible Ministry Monthly Meetings”

Ask a Leadership Coach

By Savannah Tribune | August 17, 2022

Question: I have been volunteering with an amazing non-profit organization for the last 10 years helping children gain enrichment experiences in the community. I love the mission of the organization and adore the kids I’ve had the privilege of connecting with. But I’ve noticed my heart isn’t in the work as it once had been. I feel guilty for my … Continue reading “Ask a Leadership Coach”

“EYE CARE” FOR YOU

By Savannah Tribune | August 17, 2022

80% of what your child is taught in school is presented to them visually. So, there’s no question that good vision is important for learning. If your child is having difficulty in school, it may be due to a learning related visual problem. A comprehensive eye examination can address many visual problems children may have. Does your child have any … Continue reading ““EYE CARE” FOR YOU”

100 Black Men of Savannah Present “Broken Wings”

By Savannah Tribune | August 17, 2022

The 100 Black Men of Savannah will host our 2022 Presentation of the play “Broken Wings” on Saturday, August 27th, 2022, at 6:00 pm in the Ben Tucker theater at the Savannah Cultural Arts Center. This play is part of the center’s Spotlight program. The play requires attendees to secure tickets via Eventbrite using the following link: brokenwings2022. eventbrite.com. Please … Continue reading “100 Black Men of Savannah Present “Broken Wings””

Shelter From the Rain Welcomes New Board Members Ready To Empower Single Mothers

By Savannah Tribune | August 17, 2022

Shelter From the Rain (SFTR) is excited to welcome 5 new Board Members to their organization in efforts to empower more single parent families! Established in 2010, Shelter From the Rain, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, based out of Savannah, Georgia, that provides assistance to single mothers. Their vision is to create a community of strong, economically independent single mothers … Continue reading “Shelter From the Rain Welcomes New Board Members Ready To Empower Single Mothers”