Downtown Neighborhood Association Announces
Speaker Lineup for September 21 Membership Meeting
On Wednesday, September 21, the Downtown Neighborhood Association of Savannah (DNA) will welcome Joseph Lumpkin, Chief of Police, Savannah Chatham Metropolitan Police Department; Julie Tolbert, Deputy Chief of Police, Savannah Chatham Metropolitan Police Department; Captain Joy Gellatly, Downtown Precinct Commander, Savannah Chatham Metropolitan Police Department; Marvin Williams, Community Police Officer; Corporal G. Murphy, Chatham County Sheriff’s office Weapons Instructor and Richard Berman, Thunderbolt Guns to their monthly membership meeting where the topic is Public Safety, Self Defense and Situational Awareness.
The meeting will take place at the Coastal Georgia Center (305 Fahm Street) with hospitality and networking for members beginning at 5:30 p.m. and the program starting at 6:15 p.m.
Members are invited to submit questions to the DNA in advance as the question and answer session at the end of the program will be brief. To submit a question, email communications@SavannahDNA.org. Meetings are open to members of the DNA. Non-members may join at the door or in advance online at SavannahDNA.org.
The Downtown Neighborhood Association is a membership organization guided by an elected Board of volunteer leaders with a goal to enhance the quality of residential life in the Historic Landmark District, protect Savannah’s unique downtown environment, and advocate public policies which support these objectives.