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The Rev. David Storment, right, and wife Susanne have received a grand Neshoba County welcome since the couple moved to Philadelphia. David is the new minister at The First Presbyterian Church.
The Rev. David Storment, right, and wife Susanne have received a grand Neshoba County welcome since the couple moved to Philadelphia. David is the new minister at The First Presbyterian Church.
Wednesday, January 15, 2020 12:00 PM
David Storment has had several big changes in his life lately. He and his wife Susanne got married a little over a year ago, and they recently relocated to Philadelphia. After being in Leakesville for almost 16 years, he recieveed a call to be the minister at The First Presbyterian Church of Philadelphia.
  • Abracadabra! Mark your calendars for a night of wonder when talented David Talley will perform at the Neshoba Central Elementary School Auditorium.  He invites the audience into his mysterious world of magic, laughter, fun, and incredible balloon twisting skills.
  • Neshoba County 4H has a well-established S.A.F.E.T.Y. Shooting Sports Club for youth ages 8- 18. The goal of this club is to teach the youth of our community about firearms safety and conservation via weekly practices and a little friendly competition. Parents AND children interested in joining need to attend the Safety Meeting at the Neshoba County Coliseum Multi-purpose room on Friday, Jan. 24 at 6 p.m. Dues of $20 per discipline will be requested at the meeting. 
  • After 26 hours of air travel, Eric and Carmen Jones Yarbrough arrived in Philadelphia, Mississippi on December 14th.  The couple lives in Dubai, United Arab Emirates where Carmen teaches at the Nibras International School.  They have lived in Dubai for a few years and enjoy it very much, except for missing their family and friends in the United States.
  • Neshoba County 4H has a well-established S.A.F.E.T.Y. Shooting Sports Club for youth ages 8- 18. The disciplines offered are Archery, Shotgun, .22 rifle, .22 pistol, air rifle, and air pistol. Last year, over 40 kids competed in local competitions, and some went on to statewide and even a national competition. The goal of this club is to tea
  • December 16 found Holy Cross Catholic Church filled with angels of different sizes, three kings, shepherds, the Holy Family, and other children. It was the children's annual Christmas program that evening. The cast did a great job acting out the Christmas story of Jesus's birth. Parents brought finger food of different types for the gathering following the program. The hall was colorfully decorated with red and green tablecloths and other Christmas decorations.
  • First Friday, Jan. 3, at 6 p.m., a "Picking and Grinning" gathering will be held at the Old Church, 6075 Ebenezer Road in the Laurel Hill community.  Blue Grass, Country, and Gospel music will be on the program.  Local performers are welcome and encouraged.  For more information call Harold at 601-507-7126.
  • The First Semester Rocket Navy Awards Ceremony was held at Neshoba Central on the evening of December 10, 2019.  During this ceremony, cadets who had earned awards and promotions were honored.  The Navy JROTC Instructor, Regan Kieff, presented the awards and promotions.
  • The Neshoba County 4-H Cooking Club will be having an open enrollment for any participants or volunteers interested in joining. 
  • Mississippi State's Famous Maroon Band honored its graduating seniors during the annual Egg Bowl in Starkville on Thanksgiving evening.  They are an outstanding group who contributed so much to the band through the past several years.  Their leadership is invaluable to the band program.  This was their last home game of the season and their last performance as members of the Famous Maroon Band in Davis Wade Stadium.
  • The Neshoba County 4-H Cooking Club will be having an open enrollment for any participants or volunteers interested in joining. 
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