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Cynthia Graham is a lifelong Neshoba countian who will celebrate her 42nd class reunion this weekend.
Cynthia Graham is a lifelong Neshoba countian who will celebrate her 42nd class reunion this weekend.
Wednesday, October 9, 2019 12:00 PM
Cynthia Graham grew up in Neshoba County, raised a family in Neshoba county, and after working at Cadence Bank since 1978, she plans to retire in Neshoba County. When asked if the area is everything she imagined it would be, Cynthia laughed and said, “it’s that and more.” She’s put down deep roots here because she loves the pace and comfort found in the small towns and country life, and she has never forgotten it
  • East Central Community College held induction ceremonies into Theta Xi Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, the international honorary society of two year colleges on September 24th on the Decatur campus.  
  • The Lone Pilgrim Certificate of Progress Program will start their classes for 2019-2020 on October 12th at Truelight M.B. Church in Walnut Grove. Registration will begin at 7:30am. Complimentary breakfast & lunch is included. COPP Deans are Sis Jackie Ward & Rev. Angelo Riley.
  • Gary and Linda Carnathan of Okolona, MS announce the engagement of their daughter, Johanna Lynn, to Mitchell Martin Roy Doom, son of Colt and Dee Ann Doom, of New Albany, MS.
  • The old saying, "Time flies when you are having fun" could apply to James and Linda Waltman whose 49th wedding anniversary was on September 20. According to Linda, it seemed as though "Poof!" just like that, the years flew by.  They have two beautiful daughters, two sons-in-law and two precious grandchildren.  What a wonderful life they are building together! Congratulations!
  • The Lone Pilgrim Certificate of Progress Program will start their classes for 2019-2020 on October 12th at Truelight M.B. Church in Walnut Grove. Registration will begin at 7:30am. Complimentary breakfast & lunch is included. COPP Deans are Sis Jackie Ward & Rev. Angelo Riley.
  • October 1st hits and it’s a new fiscal year for the library. We glance at our stats for one brief moment and then get back to work on some great programs and offerings for Neshoba County patrons. New books are arriving almost every day and there’s hard to find a
  • Congratulations to Midshipman Fourth Class Edwin Carter.  Edwin is a recent graduate of Neshoba Central High School where he was the Executive Officer for the Rocket Navy Junior ROTC. He is a freshman at the University of Mississippi in Oxford
  • Family and friends are invited to the Branning-Chapman reunion to held on Saturday, September 28, 2019 in the Sandtown Family Life Center from 11:00 AM until. Bring your favorite potluck dish and lunch to be served at noon.
  • 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. 
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