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GSO Serving Our Community & Building Relationships: Back-to-School Edition

By Savannah Tribune | September 15, 2021

Under the leadership of President Charlene E. Jones and Vice President/ Program Chairman Nicole S. Fields, the members of Gamma Sigma Omega (GSO) chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated took promoting healthy living and supporting the local community to the next level. During the summer months chapter members were busy promoting health and wellness by encouraging women to participate … Continue reading “GSO Serving Our Community & Building Relationships: Back-to-School Edition”

Karma Outland Named Superintendent’s Student Of The Month

By Savannah Tribune | September 15, 2021

Our featured Student of the Month for the month of August is a fifth grader at the School of Humanities at Juliette Low Elementary. She is described as “intelligent and a deep thinker with wonderful critical thinking skills”. Last year while online due to the COVID19 pandemic, she continued to attend all her classes, including her Gifted Education Program class, … Continue reading “Karma Outland Named Superintendent’s Student Of The Month”

Step Up Savannah Partners with Southern Poverty Law Center and The Georgia Redistricting Alliance to Bring Webinar Series

By Savannah Tribune | September 15, 2021

Step Up Savannah, Inc. (SUS) has partnered with Southern Poverty Law Center and The Georgia Redistricting Alliance to bring Chatham County and the surrounding areas a webinar series on Redistricting. The goal of the webinar series is to create awareness around redistricting and the laws that inform that process. Chatham County, Bryan County, and Effingham County citizens are encouraged to … Continue reading “Step Up Savannah Partners with Southern Poverty Law Center and The Georgia Redistricting Alliance to Bring Webinar Series”

Preparing for the Future: Automation & Robotics World Trade Center Savannah 906 Drayton Street, Savannah Wednesday, September 22; 9:30 a.m. – 11 a.m.

By Savannah Tribune | September 15, 2021

Is your company challenged with workforce shortages? We invite you to join us for an in-person program on Preparing for the Future: Automation & Robotics. Rob Lanham of Silver Lake Automation will discuss the advances and opportunities fostered by automation and robotics and how your company can use them to innovate and improve your supply chain. There is no charge … Continue reading “Preparing for the Future: Automation & Robotics World Trade Center Savannah 906 Drayton Street, Savannah Wednesday, September 22; 9:30 a.m. – 11 a.m.”

The Savannah Chapter of the Victorian Society in America and The Africana Studies Program at Savannah State University present

By Savannah Tribune | September 15, 2021

The Savannah Chapter of the Victorian Society in America and the Africana Studies Program at Savannah State University are pleased to bring to Savannah Dr. Felicia A. Bell, Director of Public Engagement for the Smithsonian Institution’s Our Shared Future: Reckoning with Our Racial Past (https:// oursharedfuture. si. edu/ race/). This new initiative will explore how Americans understand, experience, and confront … Continue reading “The Savannah Chapter of the Victorian Society in America and The Africana Studies Program at Savannah State University present”

Proudly Announcing The Ribbon Cutting of Kim’s Café’

By Savannah Tribune | September 15, 2021

The best way to honor your parents is to continue to live out their legacies after they are no longer here in the flesh. It is with great privilege and honor to announce and invite you to the grand opening of Kim’s Café – a local, black owned restaurant with the goal of feeding people physically as well as mentally … Continue reading “Proudly Announcing The Ribbon Cutting of Kim’s Café’”

Why Join Girl Scouts?

By Savannah Tribune | September 15, 2021

Girl Scouts provides educational, fun, and exciting programming for girls in kindergarten through 12th grade. Girl Scouts helps girls discover who they are, their interests, and talents. Girls will connect with people locally and globally, helping them learn and expand their horizons. Girls will develop skills that allow them to take action and make the world a better place. As … Continue reading “Why Join Girl Scouts?”

The Origin of The Name Atomsmashers

By Savannah Tribune | September 15, 2021

The name Atomsmashers was the brainchild of my Algebra II instructor, Mr. William Jackson, and my Biology instructor, Mr. Louis E. Young. The name was adopted in 1960 when Johnson was located at 3013 Shell Road. Sol C. Johnson was the first and remains the only school in the nation with the name Atomsmashers as a mascot. Mr. Young’s nephews … Continue reading “The Origin of The Name Atomsmashers”

United Way Of The Coastal Empire Kicks Off The 2021 Campaign To Move Our Region Forward United

By Savannah Tribune | September 15, 2021

United Way of the Coastal Empire officially kicked off the 2021 Campaign on Thursday, September 9th with a presentation across three local news channels including WJCL, WSAV, and WTOC at 5:30 p.m. The Kickoff included this year’s campaign video and presentations from Cecilia Russo Turner, the 2021 Campaign Chair, and Brynn Grant, United Way of the Coastal Empire President & … Continue reading “United Way Of The Coastal Empire Kicks Off The 2021 Campaign To Move Our Region Forward United”

Mindset & Clarity Coach Victoria Baylor to Speak at Buy Local’s Luncheon

By Savannah Tribune | September 15, 2021

Buy Local Savannah will host its monthly luncheon on Thursday, September 23 from 11 AM–1 PM at The Pirates’ House, located at 20 E. Broad Street in Savannah. This month’s guest speaker is certified Mindset and Clarity Coach Victoria Baylor. Baylor’s mission is to help entrepreneurs and professionals build a strong mindset and authentic personal brand that allows them to … Continue reading “Mindset & Clarity Coach Victoria Baylor to Speak at Buy Local’s Luncheon”