The Neshoba Democrat - On the Web
Home | Contact Us | Email Updates Signup | 439 E Beacon ST, Philadelphia, MS 39350 | 601.656.4000 | Submit News
Jaiden Moore
Jaiden Moore
Wednesday, April 11, 2018 12:00 PM
Neshoba Central High School senior Jaiden Moore has had an exciting year, most of which has centered on Neshoba Navy ROTC
  • Winstead has a passion for cooking
    Just about every Sunday afternoon, Glenda Conn Winstead can be found helping to prepare a meal for the immediate and extended family, which can sometimes exceed 30 people. From butter rolls to turkey and dressing, the Winstead’s spread is sure to leave all in attendance full and happy.
  • Congratulations to Mollie Clair McKay who received the honor of being selected as the Outstanding Graduate Student inthe Audiology Department at the University of Southern Mississippi.  Mollie Clair is completing her Doctorate in Audiology in the Department
  • Friends of the Library will host its annual book sale  April 16-20 at the Neshoba County Public Library. 
  • Sharon LeJeune Fisher of Meridian, biological sciences instructor, was selected East Central Community College’s “Instructor of the Year” for 2018 and will be recognized during the college’s Administration, Faculty and Staff Association (AFSA) end-of-the-year luncheon in May.
  • Monday: Cheese Omelet, Fresh Fruit
  • Easter Sunday at the home of Tom and Shirley Cox in Philadelphia was filled with great food, family, and lots of love.  Shirley is a wonderful cook and always has her extended family for Sunday lunch whenever she can.
  • Rebecca Lane Massey to become bride of Kyle David Stanford on June 23 in Flora
    Mr. and Mrs. Alan Massey of Madison are pleased to announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Rebecca Lane Massey, to Kyle David Stanford, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Stanford of New Albany.
  • School MenusMonday: Breakfast Bagel or Blueberry Muffins, Fruit, Juice, Milk
  • ECCC students to present sophomore recitals 
    East Central Community College music students, from left, Grace Addy, Wesley Akins and Jonathan Hall will present their sophomore recitals at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 19 in the Vickers Fine Arts Center Auditorium.
  • The fellowship hall at Goodway Missionary Baptist Church was filled with gorgeous women and handsome men on the evening of March 25 when the church's Senior Citizens' Ministry held its first banquet.  No one was allowed under the age of 55!  It was a wonderful evening for all of those attending.
Looking for something older? Try our archive search
GO
Home | Contact Us | Email Updates Signup | 439 E Beacon ST, Philadelphia, MS 39350 | 601.656.4000 | Submit News
Copyright 2015 The Neshoba Democrat Publishing Co. Inc.