And the recognitions keep coming for Director Harvey Jackson and the award-winning Gentry High School choirs. On the heels of their most recent triumphs at the Calabasas Performing Arts Center in Los Angeles, Sunflower County Chancery Clerk, Gloria McIntosh presented the group with a plaque in special recognition of their wondrous success.
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Members of the Pilot Club of Indianola recently attended the Mississippi District State Convention in Tupelo. Clubs throughout the state were asked to bring items representing their community to be auctioned off to help raise money for scholarships.
On Easter Sunday Ross Ministries School of Discipleship team members presented Easter gifts to mothers and fathers of newborn babies at South Sunflower County Hospital. The gift bags contained the books “Jesus Did It For You” and “Baby’s First Easter Story” along with stuffed animals, clothes, and sermon CDs.
Clyde H. Morgan of Brandon is a highly decorated, retired Army infantry soldier with a seemingly unending list of credentials and accomplishments that span more than seven decades and now he can add special guest speaker for last Wednesday’s Indianola Lions Club session to his list.
Delta State University’s Delta Music Institute (DMI) received the Education Partner Award from GRAMMY Museum Mississippi on April 9 during an evening ceremony at the museum to recognize several outstanding volunteers.
The celebration occurred during National Volunteers Week.
For the 16th year, the Sunflower County Christian Unified Organization held its Annual Good Friday Service to present the seven last sayings Christ uttered as he hung on the cross at Calvary.
When people are in public office, you hope they ask themselves one basic question.
Am I here to serve the public, or am I here to serve myself?
The answer should guide them on any ethical question, such as whether to accept or, worse, seek gifts from the institutions they govern.
Annual Spring Revival
Friendship Missionary Baptist Church, 2110 Kinlock Road, will culminate their Annual Spring Revival at 7 p.m. tonight. The special guest will be Rev. Sammie Rash of First United Baptist Church of Cleveland.
Annual Youth Explosion
Current gambling news, including closing of another casino in Tunica, legal sports betting and plans for a Mississippi lottery, remind me of a lesson I was taught when I was a kid.
This is a mostly true story: