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Tammy Pope
Tammy Pope
Wednesday, May 16, 2018 12:00 PM
Pope’s family has a close bond, whether its learning the importance of hard work at the family’s egg farm, or enjoying a little summer fun at the family’s cabin in Alabama.
  • Philadelphia High School classmates, who have been friends forever, gathered together for lunch at Dancing Rabbit on Friday, April 27th before attending their class reunion later that evening and on Saturday in Louisville.  The friends enjoyed visiting with each other and catching up on everyone's news since their last meeting.  The women span three years of graduates from Philadelphia High School.
  • ECCC chapter named largest
    East Central Community College’s Theta Chi chapter of Phi Beta Lambda is the largest community college chapter in the nation, and third largest among all two-year and four-year institutions, the organization recently learned.
  • Anne Marie DeLee and David Huff announce their engagement
    Mr. and Mrs. Anthony DeLee of Collinsville, MS, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Anne Marie to David James Huff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Huff of Brandon, Mississippi.
  • Monday: Breakfast Burrito or Banana Muffin w/yogurt, Fruit, Juice, Milk
  • Thaggard and Griffin to exchange vows on June 30
    Mr. and Mrs. Anson Lee Thaggard of Ridgeland announce the engagement of their daughter, Anna Claire Thaggard to John William Griffin, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Alton Griffin of Jackson.
  • The Neshoba Central Spotlight is on Michael Hardy, a 2009 graduate, who now lives in Nashville, Tennessee.  Michael with Brad Clawson and C.J. Solar wrote the song, "Up Down" sung by Morgan Wallen with the Florida Georgia Line.  The single recently went gold. It was Michael's first Gold which was so exciting!  He is doing well in his chosen career.
  • Neshoba Central Pre-Kindergarten registration will be weekdays May 7 through May 17, between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m., at the Neshoba County School District, Office of Federal Programs/Pre-K building in Valley View.  For more information, call 601-656-4484.
  • Mr. and Mrs. Keith and Paula Boatner would like to announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Breann Morgan Boatner, to Ryan Andrew Moore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenny and Candy Moore all of Philadelphia, MS. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Ms. Annette Boatner and the late James Sidney Boatner of Union, MS, and the late Woody and Judy Elwood of Philadelphia, MS. Miss Boatner is a 2015 graduate of Neshoba Central High School. She is a 2018 graduate of Meridian Community College where she obtained an Associate Degree in Nursing. She is employed with Anderson Regional Medical Center in Meridian, MS.
  • Growing roses in Neshoba County can be a challenge. Not only do we provide a hot, humid summer in hard red clay, we leave the yard and gardens to head for the fair in the middle of the summer. Although the garden centers are filling up with rose selections, not all of them are suitable for our neck of the woods. However, selecting the proper type of rose for local conditions can keep your blooms coming nearly year around.
  • ECCC commencement speaker stresses importance of treating others well
    Addressing guests and her fellow graduates at East Central Community College’s 89th Commencement held Friday, May 4, 2018, at the Neshoba County Coliseum in Philadelphia, Reagan Gorgas of Decatur quoted the late Barbara Bush and stressed to the audience it’s how we treat others that is most important in life.
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