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By Savannah Tribune | October 12, 2022

Healing Heroes: A Tribute To Breast Cancer Survivors

By Savannah Tribune | October 12, 2022

On Saturday, Oct. 8, at the Nancy N. and J.C. Lewis Cancer & Research Pavilion, WSAV hosted Healing Heroes: A Tribute to Breast Cancer Survivors, a fashion show featuring breast can- cer survivors from the area. Proceeds from the event will go directly to the Telfair Mammography Fund to help pay for mammograms for uninsured and underinsured women. Many people … Continue reading “Healing Heroes: A Tribute To Breast Cancer Survivors”

99-Year-Old B-17 Pilot Visits The National Museum Of The Mighty Eighth Air Force

By Savannah Tribune | October 12, 2022

The National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force had a special visitor on Thursday, October 6th, decorated veteran, Captain Richard “Dick” Nelms. Captain Nelms was to have visited the museum back in February but was canceled at the last minute due to the weather. Captain Nelms enlisted in the Army Air Forces in 1942 and was assigned to the … Continue reading “99-Year-Old B-17 Pilot Visits The National Museum Of The Mighty Eighth Air Force”

SCAD Celebrates 25 Years Of The SCAD Savannah Film Festival With A Thrilling Programming Line-Up

By Savannah Tribune | October 12, 2022

The Savannah College of Art and Design celebrates 25 years with the 25th annual SCAD Savannah Film Festival, taking place in person October 22–29, 2022. The largest university-run film festival in the U.S., this eight-day celebration of cinematic excellence honors both professional and student filmmakers and welcomes major industry luminaries, including award-winning directors, writers, and actors. This year, SCAD will … Continue reading “SCAD Celebrates 25 Years Of The SCAD Savannah Film Festival With A Thrilling Programming Line-Up”

PUBLISHER’S NOTE – The Savannah Tribune

By Savannah Tribune | October 12, 2022

With Only 28 Days Until The November 8th Midterm Elections, What’s Your Voting Plan? Is There A Backup Plan In Case Of An Emergency? You Can Vote: (1) By Absentee Ballot (2) Early Voting In-Person (Oct. 17th – Nov. 4th) (3) Election Day: Nov. 8th At Your Precinct This Is Serious!! Democracy, Our Freedom, Our Privacy and Our Safety are … Continue reading “PUBLISHER’S NOTE – The Savannah Tribune”

Summer Bonanza’s Links Media Institute Youth Camp

By Savannah Tribune | October 12, 2022

The summertime is an opportunity for children to take time from school to develop social skills, as well as decision-making skills and advancement. Youth summer camp programs give students a safe environment to learn and grow with others, including mentors and youth leaders, while still having fun! The Savannah Chapter of The Links, Incorporated partnered with Chatham County Summer Bonanza … Continue reading “Summer Bonanza’s Links Media Institute Youth Camp”

Vote in My Honor: Rally, Community Resource Fair and March

By Savannah Tribune | October 12, 2022

Join local and state-wide community organizations for a day of voter rights restoration, community resources, and citizen empowerment. Vote in My Honor is a day in the park, community rally, and march focusing on voter rights restoration for formerly incarcerated citizens in Georgia. Vote in My Honor will be held on October 22, 2022 at Forsyth Park (at the bandshell) … Continue reading “Vote in My Honor: Rally, Community Resource Fair and March”

Sigma Gamma Rho Joins Voter Education And Registration Efforts In Savannah

By Savannah Tribune | October 12, 2022

The Alpha Iota, Alpha Iota Sigma, and Upsilon Theta chapters of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. partnered with Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and other local organizations to host Reclaim the Soul of Voting: Rally-March-Crusade. The event, held at Forsyth Park on September 17, included a local candidates’ forum and march. The chapters’ Social Action Committees also provided voter registration … Continue reading “Sigma Gamma Rho Joins Voter Education And Registration Efforts In Savannah”

CDC Dedicates More than $1 Million to Savannah Area in the Fifth Year of REACH Grant Funding

By Savannah Tribune | October 12, 2022

Healthy Savannah and the YMCA of Coastal Georgia are pleased to announce that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has affirmed that $1,086,000 in Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH) grant funding will be made available over the next year to reduce health disparities and increase access to health and nutritional resources across African-American and Hispanic/Latino … Continue reading “CDC Dedicates More than $1 Million to Savannah Area in the Fifth Year of REACH Grant Funding”

Greater Pooler Area Chamber of Commerce Hosts 2022 Economic Outlook Luncheon

By Savannah Tribune | October 12, 2022

The Greater Pooler Area Chamber of Commerce will host its annual Economic Outlook Luncheon Wednesday, Oct. 19, at the Courtyard by Marriott on Pooler Parkway. The luncheon is sponsored by the Queensborough National Bank & Trust Co. with keynote speaker Dr. Michael Toma, professor of economics at Georgia Southern University. “Businesses of every size can benefit from the insights given … Continue reading “Greater Pooler Area Chamber of Commerce Hosts 2022 Economic Outlook Luncheon”