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Pam Kirkland
Pam Kirkland
Wednesday, December 6, 2017 6:00 PM
It’s a special time of the year for Pam and Ronnie Kirkland as their “patio” home on 101 Walker Lane will be featured on the Philadelphia Home Arts Club’s Christmas Tour of Homes.
  • Christian Women’s Job Corps  of Philadelphia
  • Don't miss the Christmas Village displayed in the window of the former Faulkenberry's Formal shop on the square here in Philadelphia. It is beautifully displayed, complete with lighting, and has a list of things to seek and find posted on the door to the store.  Some of the things to find are men playing checkers, ice skaters, a goose chasing a boy, Santa Claus, Reason for the Season Christmas pageant, and many, many  more. It is a charming idea and fun for all ages!
  • Neshoba County Schools
  • Miss Graham, Mr. Adams to exchange  wedding vows on Dec 16 in Decatur
    Mr. Mitchell and Mrs. Anita Graham of Conehatta are pleased to announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Marie Kathleen Graham, to Andrew Michael Adams, son of Mr. Tony and Mrs. Angela Adams of Edinburg.
  • Justin Bell graduates from  national firefighter course
    Firefighter Justin Bell of the Choctaw Fire Department graduated Nov. 9 from the National Fire Protection Association 1001 Firefighter I-II course held at the Mississippi State Fire Academy in Jackson.
  •  Master Gardeners spend quality time outdoors, specifically helping friends and neighbors grow food, or landscaping with techniques that save time and money.  Master Gardeners have access to training, resources, and horticulture expertise through Mississippi State Extension. There are currently 13 Master Gardeners in Neshoba County who enjoy working with others and will welcome you to the East Mississippi Master Gardener Association. 
  • Pearl River Resort associates support Breast Cancer Awareness Month
    In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Pearl River Resort associates showed their support by donating $12,125 to the American Cancer Society. Each year, the Resort gives its associates an opportunity to get involved with the activities:  “Paint the Promenade Pink” and “Buttons for the Cause.” During “Paint the Promenade Pink,” hundreds of associates wrote their name, a loved one’s name or a positive message on pink ribbon decals.
  • Holy Cross Catholic Church held its annual Thanksgiving potluck luncheon after the 10:30 mass on Sunday, Nov. 19.  The church furnished the turkey and members of the congregation brought favorite side dishes.  Regina Hicks and Father Augustine coordinated the event.   Father Augustine gave the blessing before everyone went into the Parish Hall for a delicious meal shared with each other.
  • Monday: Cinnamon Roll, Fruit, Juice, Milk
  • Nowell-Butler to recite wedding vows  on Dec. 2 at Trinity Baptist Church
    Mr. and Mrs. Greg Nowell of Philadelphia proudly announced the upcoming marriage of their daughter, Anna Katherine Nowell, to Zachary Randolph Butler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Butler.
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