Social and Community News

Nationally Recognized Entrepreneur, Statesboro Native Tere Tatiana Returns To Help Aspiring Entrepreneurs

By Savannah Tribune | February 24, 2021

Serial Entrepreneur and nationally recognized lifestyle influencer Tere Tatiana has garnered much attention for her various business ventures, including her blossoming trucking company, Labeled Blu Transportation. However, the Statesboro native has never forgotten the community that made her who she is today. For that reason, she is giving back by presenting the Let’s Talk Trucking Seminar, an all inclusive networking … Continue reading “Nationally Recognized Entrepreneur, Statesboro Native Tere Tatiana Returns To Help Aspiring Entrepreneurs”

CAT Mobile Ticketing Service Coming In March

By Savannah Tribune | February 24, 2021

Beginning in March, Chatham Area Transit riders will have the option to purchase digital bus tickets and passes on their smart phones, giving them the ability to go cashless and reduce contact when boarding CAT bus. CAT has partnered with Token Transit to launch the mobile ticketing app. To ride, the customer simply shows the bus operator the ticket displayed … Continue reading “CAT Mobile Ticketing Service Coming In March”

Local Church Partners… Kingdom Life Vaccination Clinic

By Savannah Tribune | February 24, 2021

Kingdom Life Christian Fellowship has partnered with St. Joseph/ Candler Hospital and the Department of Health to host a COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic on Wednesday, February 24, 2021 beginning at 9:00am and lasting until 4:00pm. The vaccination clinic will take place at 425 W. Montgomery Crossroads, Savannah, GA. Pastor Charles and Yolanda Roberson understand that challenges the people within our community … Continue reading “Local Church Partners… Kingdom Life Vaccination Clinic”

Untold Nuggets of Savannah History

By Savannah Tribune | February 24, 2021

Many will recognize and acknowledge the impact and service of the quiet, easy-going gentleman and community leader Walter B. Simmons, Sr. Born in the Old Fort area, near Crawford Square, Simmons has been blessed to be a man about town, in the midst of the move toward progress for the entire community of Savannah, Georgia. He is still affectionately called … Continue reading “Untold Nuggets of Savannah History”

Chatham Retired Educators Association (CREA) News

By Savannah Tribune | February 24, 2021

The Chatham Retired Educators Association (GREA) was called to order on Zoom by President Omie Flournoy Monday, February 8, 2021. February is Heart Month and CREA was honored to have Ansley Howze, Director of Development, for the American Heart Association as our Guest Speaker. She educates volunteers in our community on taking steps towards longer, healthier lives. CREA members continue … Continue reading “Chatham Retired Educators Association (CREA) News”

Savannah State University Announces Howard E. Alls Memorial Scholarship Fund Endowment

By Savannah Tribune | February 24, 2021

An endowment honoring the late attorney Howard E. Alls has been established in perpetuity at Savannah State University (SSU) to reward high-achieving students pursuing the field of law. Eligible candidates include SSU students seeking full-time degrees. Made possible by Attorney Willie J. Walker, a prominent alumni from the class of 1981, the first donation was received in 1999. Since its … Continue reading “Savannah State University Announces Howard E. Alls Memorial Scholarship Fund Endowment”

Calvary Day School 100 Days of School

By Savannah Tribune | February 24, 2021

Calvary Day School has completed 100 days of school during the 2020-21 school year. Calvary Day School is proud to announce that they have completed 100 days of in person learning. We are so thankful for the opportunity to have our students and staff in-person. It has been a group effort and would not be possible without the support of … Continue reading “Calvary Day School 100 Days of School”

Drug and Alcohol Rehab & Education

By Savannah Tribune | February 24, 2021

PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT With the opiate crisis, families are looking for ways to help those they love who need treatment. 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 addiction in your family. Call today for free screenings or referrals. 1- 800-431-1754

Black And Latinx People Benefit From Free 7-Month Virtual Coding Class

By Savannah Tribune | February 24, 2021

Reskill Americans is launching tuition-free online software development training for historically underrepresented minorities throughout the U.S. Unlike other coding programs, Reskill Americans is solving the problem of access by eliminating typical barriers to entry such as tuition cost, prior software development knowledge, or other educational requirements. The inaugural program begins March 15, 2021, and is accepting 1,000 participants who enroll … Continue reading “Black And Latinx People Benefit From Free 7-Month Virtual Coding Class”

History in Herstory: Thesis Exhibition by Graduate Candidate, Ida Irby

By Savannah Tribune | February 17, 2021

Hello to my mentors, community supporters, Savannah College of Art and Design graduate staff; and The Savannah Tribune readers. Allow me to introduce my self and invite you to my Thesis Show: I am a graduate candidate in the Master of Fine Arts program at the Savannah College of Art and Design. It is my pleasure to invite you to … Continue reading “History in Herstory: Thesis Exhibition by Graduate Candidate, Ida Irby”