Social and Community News

Park Place Outreach Raises $13K During Derby Delivered Benefit

By Savannah Tribune | September 16, 2020

Park Place Outreach Youth Emergency Services recently hosted a Derby Delivered event which raised $13,000 in partnership with The Olde Pink House and Woodford Reserve. Derby packages were delivered directly to attendees’ homes and served by The Olde Pink House employees and Park Place Outreach volunteers. Derby packages included pre-batched mint julep by Woodford Reserve, a 2020 Derby Bottle of … Continue reading “Park Place Outreach Raises $13K During Derby Delivered Benefit”

Pastor Quentin J. Morris, Sr. Celebrates 8th Pastoral Anniversary

By Savannah Tribune | September 16, 2020

On Sunday, September 27, 2020 at 1:00PM, a drive-by appreciation for Pastor Quentin and Sis. Monina Morris and family will be held to celebrate their eight years of working in God’s vineyard at Tremont Temple Missionary Baptist Church. The COVID-19 pandemic may have separated members from attending service at the site, but because church is within our hearts and service … Continue reading “Pastor Quentin J. Morris, Sr. Celebrates 8th Pastoral Anniversary”

Tompkins High School Class of 1966

By Savannah Tribune | September 16, 2020

Tompkins High School Class of 1966 will have a class meeting on Saturday, September 19th at 5p.m. via phone conference. The number will be texted to you. Any problems call your president at (912) 236-7357. Thank you.

“Election 2020” WAKE UP THE VOTE

By Savannah Tribune | September 16, 2020

On September 1, 2020, the Georgia Secretary of State Voter Registration Statistics Page showed that Chatham County had 192,879 registered voters. The deadline to register for the November 3, 2020 General Election online is Monday, October 5, 2020. The deadline for registering by mail to vote is (postmarked by) Monday, October 5, 2020. The deadline to register in person to … Continue reading ““Election 2020” WAKE UP THE VOTE”

Gold Star, what?

By Savannah Tribune | September 16, 2020

Attending all girls’ schools in Boston, we were challenged to do good, better; and better. Yes, that “gold star” meant I did exceptional work. We resided down the street from the Robert Gould Shaw House. Mike Haynes was director of the House. He was also lead pastor of Twelfth Baptist Church diagonally across the street where he was the pastor. … Continue reading “Gold Star, what?”

Ganem Realty Launches “Closing for the Community Campaign” to Benefit United Way of the Coastal Empire

By Savannah Tribune | September 16, 2020

Ganem Realty is working with its clients and United Way of the Coastal Empire to help make Savannah a better home for us all. On September 1, the locally owned real estate company kicked off a donation campaign: “Closing for the Community.” For every house bought or sold with Ganem Realty, the company will make a donation to United Way … Continue reading “Ganem Realty Launches “Closing for the Community Campaign” to Benefit United Way of the Coastal Empire”

HUD Guts Civil Rights Rule Used to Address Systemic Discrimination in the Housing Market

By Savannah Tribune | September 16, 2020

In a continuing campaign to weaken civil rights protections, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced a new rule that would gut key protections under the Fair Housing Act (FHA). The Act’s disparate impact standard has been used for nearly 50 years to challenge the systemic discrimination that pervades housing, lending, insurance, and other financial institutions. The … Continue reading “HUD Guts Civil Rights Rule Used to Address Systemic Discrimination in the Housing Market”

Organizations Come Together To Help Clean and Beautify Our Community

By Savannah Tribune | September 16, 2020

The community service event held last Saturday, September 5, 2020 was apart of an initiative created by the 83rd Miss Savannah State Univeristy, Destinee Clarke, called “Savannah Serving Univeristy” . Multiple organizations took part in this service project including SSU Collegiate 100 , Sisters Striving for Excellence , Tau Beta Sigma , Alpha Phi Alpha , Zeta Phi Beta , … Continue reading “Organizations Come Together To Help Clean and Beautify Our Community”

A. Phillip Randolph Institute To Launch It’s #RUVOTEREADY Rally

By Savannah Tribune | September 16, 2020

The Savannah Chapter of A. Phillip Randolph Institute is dedicated to the mission of fighting for racial equality and economic justice. This year has been unprecedented with millions unemployed, heighten awareness of social justice disparities, global pandemic all in an important general election year. APRI is diligently working to increase the number of registered voters, complete the 2020 census, and … Continue reading “A. Phillip Randolph Institute To Launch It’s #RUVOTEREADY Rally”

St. Pius X High School Alumni Assoc. September 19, 2020 Zoom Meeting Scheduled

By Savannah Tribune | September 16, 2020

Yes, we’re still here! The St. Pius X High School Alumni Association will host a meeting at ZOOM.com 1:00 p.m. Saturday, September 19, 2020. ALL former students and staff of SPXHS are invited to participate in the monthly meeting. To receive meeting ID and password; email Pamela Jones at pamelac47@yahoo.com. or text 912-224- 4815 :SPXZOOM by 9/17/20. You can access … Continue reading “St. Pius X High School Alumni Assoc. September 19, 2020 Zoom Meeting Scheduled”