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Cann/Jackson Park Neighborhood Meeting

By Savannah Tribune | March 03, 2021

Cann/Jackson Park Neighborhood meeting will be held Thursday March 4, 2021 at 6 pm via conference call. The number is 978-990-5435, Please contact Carmelita Maynard for the code number @ 912- 655-0934.

Toss for a Cause” Cornhole Tournament

By Savannah Tribune | March 03, 2021

Park Place Outreach will host their first-ever cornhole tournament, “Toss for a Cause” at Southbound Brewing Company on Saturday, March 6, 2021. Team sign-ups start at 1 p.m., tournament starts at 2 p.m. This socially distanced event will include craft beer, food from The 5 Spot Mobile, raffle prizes, and friendly competition. To follow CDC COVID-19 guidelines, masks will be … Continue reading “Toss for a Cause” Cornhole Tournament”

“EYE CARE” FOR YOU

By Savannah Tribune | March 03, 2021

In a world of online school (kids) and zoom meetings (kids) it is important to know that prolonged use of computers, telephones, and computerized gadgets/games can lead to visual complications known as computer vision syndrome (CVS). Since COVID, there has been an increase in the amount of screen time for adults and children which means there is an increase in … Continue reading ““EYE CARE” FOR YOU”

Gamma Sigma Omega Welcomes New President

By Savannah Tribune | March 03, 2021

Installed in December 2020, Ms. Charlene E. Jones will officially begin her tenure as President of Gamma Sigma Omega chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated on January 1, 2021. She will lead this graduate chapter of the prestigious international service organization for the next two years. Ms. Jones was Initiated into the Iota Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, … Continue reading “Gamma Sigma Omega Welcomes New President”

Isle of Hope Elementary Holds Black History Hall and Door Contest

By Savannah Tribune | March 03, 2021

Principal Antonio Byrd and Assistant Principal Bridget Gordon of Isle of Hope K8 School sends a huge Congratulations to the following staff members: Amber Jones, Lauren Langlois, Kimberly Davis, Derrick Smith, Jameson Hall, Ruth Weeks, Stacy Cerone, Brenda Alston, Charlotte Joyner and Katherine McKenzie for winning 1st place in this years’ first annual Black History Hallway Theme Contest. The winning … Continue reading “Isle of Hope Elementary Holds Black History Hall and Door Contest”

Nominations Being Accepted for SCI’s Legends, Leaders, and Life Well Lived Award

By Savannah Tribune | March 03, 2021

Senior Citizens, Inc. (SCI), a nonprofit dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for area seniors, is seeking nominations from the public for its Legends, Leaders, and Life Well Lived Award that honors people who have contributed significantly to their community, who inspire others by the difference they have made to their communities, and who best exemplify a life well … Continue reading “Nominations Being Accepted for SCI’s Legends, Leaders, and Life Well Lived Award”

A Letter To The Editor: Pastor Larry J. Gordon Solomon Temple Church of God in Christ

By Savannah Tribune | March 03, 2021

The Salvation Army wants to build a transitional facility for homeless people in the West Savannah community I grew up in. The church I pastor, Solomon Temple Church of God in Christ, is less than a quarter of a mile from the proposed site. While I applaud anyone, who wants to help the homeless, the hungry, and the vulnerable in … Continue reading “A Letter To The Editor: Pastor Larry J. Gordon Solomon Temple Church of God in Christ”

Drug and Alcohol Rehab & Education

By Savannah Tribune | March 03, 2021

With the opiate crisis running rampant, families are looking for ways to help those they love who need treatment. Getting them into treatment becomes even harder if their loved one is not willing. This is when Intervention can become key. To learn more about successful interventions, please visit, www.narcononnewliferetreat.org/ blog/intervention-101.html ADDICTION SCREENINGS Narconon can help you take steps to overcome … Continue reading “Drug and Alcohol Rehab & Education”

Historic Savannah Foundation Observes Women’s History Month

By Savannah Tribune | March 03, 2021

Historic Savannah Foundation, leading nonprofit preservation and cultural institution, will recognize Women’s History Month with its free virtual lecture, Women in Savannah’s Historic Preservation Movement: A Perspective, at 6 p.m. Monday, March 8 via Zoom. This lecture will be presented by Davenport House Museum Director Jamie Credle, who will highlight women pioneers in the preservation and their important achievements. Credle … Continue reading “Historic Savannah Foundation Observes Women’s History Month”

‘Science For Social Equity,’ Seeks Program Applicants

By Savannah Tribune | March 03, 2021

Fair Count, Inc., announced the Science for Social Equity initiative and a call for fellowship applicants, seeking activists and researchers looking to jointly tackle some of today’s most pressing social issues. Targeting critical research areas like the environment and public health, the goal of Science for Social Equity is to pair community organizers with scientific researchers so they can work … Continue reading “‘Science For Social Equity,’ Seeks Program Applicants”