OXON HILL, Md. — Members of the Savannah State University National Alumni Association Washington DC Chapter were on hand during the 2018 Alfred Street Baptist Church HBCU College Festival.
WASHINGTON — Applications for the District of Columbia Alumni Chapter of Savannah State University National Alumni Association Scholarship Award are now available. Visit dcchapter.ssunaa.org/scholarship/ for more information or to download the official application. Continue reading “Applications available for the SSUNAA DC Chapter 2018 Scholarship Program”
ATLANTA — The SSUNAA Downtown Atlanta Chapter will host it’s 2nd annual Scholarship Golf Tournament and silent auction on August 24 at the Eagle’s Landing Country Club in Stockbridge, Ga.
The tournament is a four-person scramble with prizes awarded for the top three teams, the longest drive, and the closest drive to pin. Several raffle and door prizes will be awarded during the event. Lunch will be provided immediately following the conclusion of the tournament.
The registration form deadline for the tournament is August 4.
For information on business or individual tournament sponsorships, contact Rick White by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (404) 545-1925 or Alfred Berry by email at email@example.com or by phone at (770) 460-6174.
WASHINGTON — The Savannah State University National Alumni Association Washington DC Chapter will host its annual Scholarship Dinner from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday, April 7 at the Trinidad Baptist Church in Northeast.
Proceeds from the dinner will go to the District of Columbia Alumni Chapter of Savannah State University National Alumni Association Scholarship Award which provides financial assistance to attend Savannah State University to deserving, graduating high school seniors and college students residing in the metro-Washington, DC area. Continue reading “SSUNAA Washington DC Chapter set to host annual Scholarship Dinner on April 7”
SAVANNAH, Ga. — On Sunday, February 12, the SSUNAA national president, Clyde A. Newton, presented a $10,000 check to Dr. Cheryl Dozier, the president of Savannah State University, during the SSU Day program at Connor’s Temple Baptist Church of Savannah. The SSU Day program is a special worship service hosted annually by the church. Newton was the keynote speaker for the event.
The $10,000 donation represented funds collected from alumni and supporters during the first half of the fiscal year. The funds have been designated to provide support in several areas including scholarship, athletes summer school, the SSU President’s Gala, and the SSU Penny Fund account.
The members of Connors Temple Baptist Church also made a donation to the university.
The Chairperson for the event was SSU alumna Virgnia Parham and other members of the committee included SSU alums Bernard Conyers and Alfred Brown. Reverend Terrence Burrell is the pastor.