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Pictured are: (Back) Tony & Jamie Luman, Kameron Barrier, Cheryl & Jerry Wilkerson, (Front) Daycy and Joshlynne Barrier.
Pictured are: (Back) Tony & Jamie Luman, Kameron Barrier, Cheryl & Jerry Wilkerson, (Front) Daycy and Joshlynne Barrier.
Wednesday, September 18, 2019 12:00 PM
For many, the Neshoba County Wildlife Jamboree means an opportunity to sample a variety of signature stews but one dish stands out on its own — Cheryl Wilkerson’s father’s wild game chili.
  • The Grove at the University of Mississippi has long been a favorite place not only for Tailgating before Ole Miss home games, but a fabulous place to celebrate special events in the lives of fans. It is a colorful sight with the red, white, and blue tents springing up across the grassy area. The interiors of these tents are decorated with carefully chosen items to accent the occasion.  Some families have brought the same decorations for years and some are very elaborate, complete with chandeliers and strings of colored lights.
  • I have more frogs than I know what to do with, what with being able to use only one at a time. 
  • Grace Everitt, who is a senior at Neshoba Central High School and currently serving as a 2019-2020 state officer for the Future Farmers of America, has been selected to attend the International Leadership Seminar for the State Officers.  The conference will be held in Portugal and Spain during the month of January, 2020.  She is one of 75 state officers selected nationwide for this honor.
  • East Central Community College in Decatur will recognize four outstanding alumni during the 2019 Homecoming celebration scheduled Thursday, Oct. 17.
  • Center Hill Baptist Church will hold a Fall Revival on Sept 8-11. Sunday 11:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Monday-Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. Bro. Mike Carr will be the guest speaker with Richard Boykin leading the music. The church is located at 11291 Hwy 486 Philadelphia. Everyone is welcome.
  • Mr. Willie Horne, Assistant Principal of Neshoba Central High School who is currently deployed to Kuwait, holds the rank of Master Sergeant in the Army National Guard. 
  • The Ebenezer Church Family, 563 Jones Lane, Carthage, will be celebrating Pastor Angelo Riley & First Lady Tracey Riley 1st year Pastors Anniversary. This event will be held on September 8 at 2 p.m. The speaker for this occasion will be Rev. Cliffton Boggans, Pastor of the Rock Star M. B. Church of Brandon. The public is invited.
  • September is busy time at the library
    September must be the best month to work at the library.
  • The Naval Air Station in Meridian will host one of several training sessions hosted by Mississippi Veterans Affairs to train clergy throughout the state in veteran oriented suicide awareness and prevention. 
  • After returning last week from my summer home in England, a walk around the ‘hood unearthed a surprising realization, that what we call our classic Southern gardens are bedded with mostly beauties from afar. Floral immigrants, so to speak.   
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