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Joe and Linda Beckham
Joe and Linda Beckham
Wednesday, June 13, 2018 12:00 PM
Linda Beckham has only been selling homemade canned foods with her husband Joe Beckham for eight years, but Linda Beckham has been canning food with her family since her childhood.
  • Philadelphia High School held its annual graduation ceremony on Thursday, May 24 at the Coliseum.  Among the graduates was Isaac Martin, the son of Ike and Carla Cox Martin.  Along with his parents, other family members who helped him celebrate this exciting occasion were his sisters, Macy Martin and Meagan Martin Anthony, his brother-in-law, Brent Anthony, and his grandparents, Tom and Shirley Cox. Others who attended were Tommy Cox from Lake Cormorant, Terri Cox McCarver of Brandon, and Celeste and Maggie Rhodes.  
  • The Neshoba Central High School Class of 1988 will celebrate its 30th year class reunion on June 23  from 7 p.m. until midnight at Bridges, The Venue in Philadelphia. 
  • Attends FCCLA Conference

    Select students from the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) student organization chapter at the Philadelphia/Neshoba Career Tech who are enrolled in the Early Childhood program recently participated and competed at the state leadership conference in Jackson.

  • New and transfer students planning to attend East Central Community College in fall 2018 can take advantage of Weekday Orientation sessions this summer on the Decatur campus.
  •  The 2018 Neshoba County Fair Exhibit Hall registration is now open. The deadline to register for an exhibitor number and pick up your entry forms and tags is July 25th at 5:00 p.m. I encourage you to register early to insure your items are tagged correctly at check-in.
  • East Central Community College Small Business Development Center will be hosting a seminar June 25 at the Neshoba Business Enterprise Center.
  • Hunkering down like Minnesotans in a snowstorm might be the way to go for gardening in our torrid summers.
  • Pearl River Resort was recently notified that it won awards in several categories from Southern Gaming Magazine.
  • Author Anne Webster will discuss Mississippians’ involvement in World War I during a presentation at the State Law Library in Jackson at 10 a.m. June 22.
  • JACKSON – The Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks, (MDWFP) recently stocked Florida-strain largemouth bass into Ross Barnett Reservoir, with help from the Pearl River Valley Water Supply District and local bass anglers. Anglers set out of Hwy 43 ramps near Tommy’s Trading Post and assisted in the transportation and release of approximately 25,000 fingerling bass into backwater areas to improve survival.
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