Moncello Stewart of the Tau Beta Sigma chapter presents check to Fathers Mentoring Sons

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Savannah Sigmas honor local organizations and brothers at its 2020 Scholarship and Awards Gala

Posted on Saturday, January 18, 2020 5:56:00 PM

On January 5, 2020, the Tau Beta Sigma Chapter of Savannah honored extraordinary individuals in the Savannah community and members of Phi Beta Sigma at its Annual Awards and Scholarship. The gala which was held in the Savannah State University Ballroom paid tribute to those who have made great contributions to education and scholarship. Alderwoman Linda Wilder Bryan was acknowledged for Social Action. Ms. Belinda Baptiste of Unforgettable Bakery received an award for Bigger & Better Business. Tahisha Gresham Wright was recognized for Education. The highlight of the evening was the awarding of the Lifetime Achievement Award to Former Mayor Dr. Otis Johnson.

The chapter also honored brothers. Joe Jones, Shuntavias Richardson, and Edward Oglesby were awarded achieving life membership. Immediate Past State Director of Georgia, Kenneth C. Straughter of the Delta Mu Sigma Chapter in Athens received the Impact Award. On hand for the event were State Director Monaleto C. Irby and last year's recipient of the Impact Award, Gregory L. "Skeeter" Brown.

There was several organizations who helped Tau Beta Sigma Chapter pull of a great event. The Sigma Education Foundation partnered with Burgess Law Group, Dismas Charities, and Gulfstream to the event possible. Food was provided by Cocktail Hour and United Grove was the event's entertainment.


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