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The Neshoba Central Navy JROTC is collecting toys this year in their first Toys For Tots campaign.
The Neshoba Central Navy JROTC is collecting toys this year in their first Toys For Tots campaign.
Wednesday, December 4, 2019 12:00 PM
If you ask Neshoba Central’s Navy JROTC Senior Naval Science Instructor Regan Kieff what’s it like working with a group of students who are born and raised saying “yes, Sir,” he’ll tell you “it’s a breath of fresh air because you don’t see that everywhere you go.” In Neshoba County, it won’t be difficult to see the Cadets’ discipline and respect within the community this holiday season.
  • With one more game left for the season as a member of the Mississippi State Bulldogs football team, Greg Eiland is looking forward to graduating in December.
  • The 4-H Cooking Club will be having an open enrollment for any participants or volunteers interested in joining. 
  • Library is celebrating this December
    It’s getting harder to tell when December starts these days, but we keep it really simple at the library. On the first operating day of the month, our Christmas tree arrives. Every year, youth librarian Leaha Winstead is in charge of decorating in time for our holiday open house, A Very Library Christmas, which generally falls on the first Saturday of the month. 
  • Congratulations to Rayburn and Wanda Temple Waddell who celebrated their 49th Wedding Anniversary on November 19th.  Although the actual date is November 20, the couple decided to enjoy a celebratory dinner one day early.  The Waddells have many friends and family members  in Philadelphia where they lived for manyl years. Their daughter, Temple lives in Madison, and their son, Ray, resides in Dalla
  • The 4-H Cooking Club will be having an open enrollment for any participants or volunteers interested in joining. 
  • The Country Music Awards were held on November 13, and televised to fans all over the nation.  There were many categories of awards, including Song of the Year.
  • All youth ages 8-18 interested in learning about fundamental kitchen skills and the science behind cooking and baking techniques are welcome to sign up.  They will also gain skills in teamwork, organization, and creativity.  
  • First United Methodist Church held its Fall Festival in the gym on the evening of October 28th.  The gym was decorated for the occasion and filled with excited children wearing their favorite costumes.  There were various games to play, jumpers, and even a food truck!  
  • The 4-H Cooking Club will be having an open enrollment for any participants or volunteers interested in joining.
  • The month of November brings a theme of gratitude as we move toward Thanksgiving. Over the years, the Philadelphia-Neshoba County Public Library has been able to count a lot of blessings. We always like to show our appreciation through enhanced services with new books, programs and eve
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