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Mississippi has more “Democrat Socialists” than I suspected. A breakdown of the votes in the Senate Special Election shows that the entire Delta Region, from Vicksburg to Memphis, voted to send a Democrat to Washington.
A team of 10 RCHS Tigers braved the rain and wind to visit the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum in Jackson on Saturday, Dec 8. The six Tiger Scholars and four Tiger Staff members were provided this awesome opportunity through a partnership with the Mississippi Center for Justice.The Tiger Team was met at the museum by Dr.
On Dec. 7, Dogwood Elementary School in Germantown, Tenn. hosted their annual Daddy-Daughter Dance (Dolphin Tale Ball). Pictured above is one of DES’s 7 year-old students, Eve Parker. Eve is escorted by her daddy, Joel T. Parker, Principal Landscape Architect at Kersey Wike Associates in Memphis.
The Crown Restaurant was full of the Christmas Spirit last Saturday. The first ever Jubilee Toy giveaway took place, with multiple members of the community, including Indianola Mayor Steve Rosenthal and his wife Robin, attending and dropping off gifts.
How silently, how silently the wondrous gift is given. So God imparts to human hearts the blessings of his heaven. No ear may hear his coming, but in this world of sin, Where meek souls will receive him still, the dear Christ enters in. (from O Little Town of Bethlehem—Brooks)
After reading in The E-T last week that Ross Ministries School of Discipleship would be having a giveaway on Saturday of Christmas gifts, clothes, food and toys. Rose Scott contacted them about making a house call since she is confined to a wheel chair and could not attend.
Peppermint Christmas Program
You are invited to come to the Peppermint Christmas Program at Higher Heights Missionary Baptist Church at 7 p.m. tomorrow.
Sunflower County Baptist Association
Unified in Music Christmas Celebration
SCCSD is proud to announce their Unified in Music Christmas Celebration at 6 p.m. tonight at the MDCC Fine Arts Auditorium, Moorhead 38761. SCCSD bands and choirs from Gentry High School, Robert L. Merrit Junior High and Ruleville Central High School will participate. Admission is FREE.