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Hire Dynamics Kicks Off Two-Day “HirePalooza” to Fill 200 Jobs in Savannah Including Chatham, Effingham, and Bryan County  

By Savannah Tribune | April 16, 2021

Hire Dynamics will host a hiring event, HirePalooza, on April 20 and 21 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m at Hire Dynamics Office, 135 Canal Street Suite 100, Pooler, GA 31322. Last year’s event helped some 2700 applicants find jobs across the Southeast and aims to fill nearly 4000 positions this spring.  Locally, the staffing company puts 700 people in … Continue reading “Hire Dynamics Kicks Off Two-Day “HirePalooza” to Fill 200 Jobs in Savannah Including Chatham, Effingham, and Bryan County  “

Senior Citizens, Inc. Announces Legends, Leaders, And Life Well-Lived Awardees

By Savannah Tribune | April 14, 2021

Senior Citizens, Inc. (SCI), a nonprofit dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for area seniors, is pleased to announce the 2021 recipients of the Legends, Leaders, and Life Well Lived Award. The recipients have contributed significantly to their community, inspired others by the difference they have made, and exemplify a life well lived. The 2021 honorees are: Dale and … Continue reading “Senior Citizens, Inc. Announces Legends, Leaders, And Life Well-Lived Awardees”

Savannah Excitedly Awaits The Re-Opening of ‘Good Times Jazz Bar & Restaurant’

By Savannah Tribune | April 14, 2021

In two weeks, on Friday, April 23, 2021 one of Savannah’s favorite venues will reopen to the public – Good Times Jazz Bar & Restaurant, a venue “born out of a desire to bring great southern fare, fine wines and the best in jazz to Savannah’’ will officially reopen its doors offering live music and a southern style menu. Good … Continue reading “Savannah Excitedly Awaits The Re-Opening of ‘Good Times Jazz Bar & Restaurant’”

In Memoriam: Hip Hop Superstar DMX Has Died At 50

By Savannah Tribune | April 14, 2021

DMX, the sensationally talented and gruffvoiced rap artist and actor who rose from the hardscrabble streets of Yonkers, New York, to become one of hip-hop’s most prolific stars, has died at the age of 50. Most famous for the “Ruff Ryders Anthem,” DMX, whose real name is Earl Simmons, suffered a heart attack last week. He was rushed to White … Continue reading “In Memoriam: Hip Hop Superstar DMX Has Died At 50”

Savannah CASA’s 13th Annual Dancing With Savannah Stars Raises Over $128k

By Savannah Tribune | April 14, 2021

Savannah Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) held its 13th Annual Dancing with Savannah Stars on Friday, April 9, 2021 at Victory North. The fundraiser was a tremendous success and the organization raised over $128,000 to sustain programming needs and resources for children who have experienced abuse and neglect. The 2021 participating dancers included: Amanda Meyer, Ambria Berksteiner, Averil Hull, Cori … Continue reading “Savannah CASA’s 13th Annual Dancing With Savannah Stars Raises Over $128k”

Women’s History Month Continues

By Savannah Tribune | April 14, 2021

I could not allow Women’s History Month or International Women’s Day to come to a close without sharing a little of my family’s own History of Women whose hard work, dedication and determination impacted and opened the door for many to follow. I am very proud to be the Niece of these honorable ladies who are my late father’s Sisters: … Continue reading “Women’s History Month Continues”

Asian American Stereotypes Mask Their Struggles

By Savannah Tribune | April 14, 2021

Asian Americans have been labeled many things. But American culture tends to regard them as inhuman and almost robotic. They’re considered to have virtually no mental health problems, substance abuse disorders, or deficiencies. Asians are regarded in American culture as almost an exception to the rules of what it means to be human. They “work hard” and are considered to … Continue reading “Asian American Stereotypes Mask Their Struggles”

The Shot!

By Savannah Tribune | April 14, 2021

Every fall, it comes time to get my flu shot. I usually go to the average Publix or CVS to get the minuscule poke. One time, when I was about six, I went to get my annual flu shot. It wasn’t the first time I’d received a shot but, for some reason, I was absolutely distraught. In the CVS mini-clinic … Continue reading “The Shot!”

Frank Callen Boys & Girls Club Second Century of Service Golf Tournament

By Savannah Tribune | April 14, 2021

The Frank Callen Boys & Girls Club of Savannah, GA, will be hosting its Second Century of Service Annual Golf outing on May 28, 2021 with a 8:30 AM tee time at the prestigious Savannah Country Club, formerly known as the Wilmington Island Golf Club. The course is located at 501 Wilmington Island Rd., in Savannah, GA. The FCBGC is … Continue reading “Frank Callen Boys & Girls Club Second Century of Service Golf Tournament”

Mrs. Barbara Knox Lordnum Selected A.M.E. Minister’s Spouse of the Year

By Savannah Tribune | April 14, 2021

The Georgia Conference Ministers’ Spouses Organization of the African Methodist Episcopal Church selected Mrs. Barbara Knox Lordnum as Minister’s Spouse of the Year for 2021. As Proverb 31:31 states, “Give her of the fruit of her hands; and let her own works praise her in the gates.” Worshipper, virtuous servant, and vessel of grace are the characteristics of this dynamic … Continue reading “Mrs. Barbara Knox Lordnum Selected A.M.E. Minister’s Spouse of the Year”