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The King’s Daughters and Sons Circle Number Two of Greenville is proud to announce its grant program for 2020-21.
The mission of the Circle remains focused on education, healthcare and general welfare programs to benefit our underserved neighbors in the Delta.
Area law enforcement personnel were updated on the newly-formed Municipal Intervention Court for the city of Indianola during February’s Mid Delta Law Enforcement Coalition Luncheon held at the B.B. King Museum & Delta Interpretive Center.
Some people, myself included, wonder at the level of support President Trump appears to have from conservative Christians, considering the president’s unChristian conduct, past and present.
I already had my own ideas, and most of them were supported last week by an article in National Review my son called to my attention.
100 YEARS AGO,
The American Legion of Indianola Post No. 2 met at the courthouse Sunday and elected officers. They are Charles Bookout, commander; Monroe Martin, vice-commander; E. A. Tanner, adjutant and finance officer and Mrs. Kate Faison, historian.
The girls of Girl Scout troop 30105 spent a day in Southaven recently at the Annual G.I.R.L Event sponsored by Auto Zone. “Where they got a chance to dream big and do bigger things,” said Troop Leader Kavarica M. Whitley. She said the girls are go-getters, innovators, risk-takers, and leaders.