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By Savannah Tribune | October 19, 2022

Southern Elegance Staffing

By Savannah Tribune | October 19, 2022

The Ralph Mark Gilbert Re-Opens On October 20, 2022

By Savannah Tribune | October 19, 2022

The Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum, 460 Martin Luther King, Boulevard re-opens on Thursday, October 20, 2022. The hours of operation are Thursday – Saturday, 10am – 5pm, until further notice. The Museum has been undergoing a year of Exhibit Enhancements. The Museum’s Executive Director Vaughnette Goode – Walker said, “We are excited to welcome the Savannah Community through … Continue reading “The Ralph Mark Gilbert Re-Opens On October 20, 2022”

Governor Candidate, Stacey Abrams, Joins Political Forum in Savannah

By Savannah Tribune | October 19, 2022

On Thursday, October 13th, the Georgia gubernatorial candidates were invited to participate in a political forum in Savannah, Ga. The event was held at St. Matthews Episcopal Church at 1401 Martin Luther King Blvd and began in the evening at 6:30. Current Georgia governor, Brian Kemp, and libertarian candidate, Shane Hazel were invited to the forum but did not attend. … Continue reading “Governor Candidate, Stacey Abrams, Joins Political Forum in Savannah”

Gray’s Reef Celebrates 50 Years Of Marine Sanctuaries & New Ocean Discovery Center

By Savannah Tribune | October 19, 2022

NOAA Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary and the Gray’s Reef Chapter of the National Marine Sanctuary Foundation, celebrated the 50th anniversary for national marine sanctuaries with a “Save Spectacular Celebration”. This double celebration included the ribbon cutting and dedication of the new Gray’s Reef Ocean Discovery Center, followed by tours of the facility and a soiree for Chapter members and … Continue reading “Gray’s Reef Celebrates 50 Years Of Marine Sanctuaries & New Ocean Discovery Center”

Southeast Georgia Leadership Forum Announces 2023 Speakers/Dates

By Savannah Tribune | October 19, 2022

The Southeast Georgia Leadership Forum announced today details about the 2023 Forum, to be held February 27-28, 2023, at Kehoe Iron Works at Trustees Garden. With its core mission being to include, listen, learn, act and grow, the Forum was founded to help our region address generational systemic poverty, isolated silos of community and communication, while moving the community forward … Continue reading “Southeast Georgia Leadership Forum Announces 2023 Speakers/Dates”

PUBLISHER’S NOTE – The Savannah Tribune

By Savannah Tribune | October 19, 2022

It Is Highly Possible That Our Voter Registrations May Be Challenged While We Are In Line To Vote During Early Voting Or On Election Day. Unfortunately, Georgia SB 202 has allowed for these challenges to be made. It is STRONGLY recommended that you go to the My Voter Page (www.mvp.sos.ga.gov/s/), Check Your Voter Status, and if Active, Print A Copy … Continue reading “PUBLISHER’S NOTE – The Savannah Tribune”

Association Of Black Cardiologists, Inc.

By Savannah Tribune | October 19, 2022

Mu Phi Chapter, Omega Psi Phi Wins Georgia State Award

By Savannah Tribune | October 19, 2022

The Brothers of Mu Phi Chapter, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. received the 2022 Region 4 Large Chapter of the year award. The award was based on the chapter’s overall contributions to the Savannah community. The chapter received the award at the 59th Georgia State Meeting in Atlanta, Georgia on October 1. Along with the chapter award, Brother Thad Hodges … Continue reading “Mu Phi Chapter, Omega Psi Phi Wins Georgia State Award”

Four Finalists for SCCPSS 2024 District Teacher of the Year Named

By Savannah Tribune | October 19, 2022

The four finalists for SCCPSS 2024 District Teacher of the Year were named at a reception held at the new Woodville Tompkins Technical and Career High School Auditorium on Thursday, October 13, 2022. The announcement was made after all 55 school level Teachers of the Year were recognized by the Superintendent and Board Members in attendance. WJCL News Anchor Shannon … Continue reading “Four Finalists for SCCPSS 2024 District Teacher of the Year Named”