The JMG Student of the Week is Ryberneisha Williams. The Moorhead native plans to major in Sociology in college, and her dream job is becoming a social worker. Her hobbies are playing sports and listening to music. She is pictured (right) with Gentry JMG Instuctor and Job Specialist Dr. Adrian Brown.
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Check your mailbox.
The 2019-2020 Mid-Delta Arts Association brochures are in the mail.
MDAA President Mary Ruth Brindley said, “We put the new brochures in the mail this week and you will want to check out the great shows we have planned for the next season.”
Indian Bayou Arts & Eats Festival (Sept. 28) has added Pecan Appetizer or Snack Food to the Craig Claiborne Pecan Competition.
Pies still will be judged and awarded prizes, but an additional category will add to the fun and the People's Choice Tastings, Evelyn Roughton, one of the event’s organizers said.
Marilyn Tinnin (lefl) came to Indianola last Thursday to sign copies of her new book, Mae Mae’s Grandmother Book at The Crown. The signing, which took place during the restaurant’s lunch hours, was a success as many old and new friends came by to purchase books, have them signed and to visit with the author.
Ice cream may mean a lot of things to a lot of people but to Verlie Price, it is a way for her to reach out and touch others.
This year makes twelve years since Verlie Price established CVP Ice Cream Company. A road of triumph lead her into the unique business venture.
A prior discussion regarding the deteriorating condition of Sunflower Road, which crosses districts 3 and 4 in Sunflower County, prompted a discussion that eventually led to the call for a closed executive session to discuss personnel matters concerning workers in the road department.
Sunday Night Services
Trinity Outreach Church, 504 Roosevelt Street, will have Sunday Night Services at 6 p.m. every Sunday.
You are invited to take part in the “Be Smart – Control Your Diabetes” seminar at 12 noon today at the BB King Museum. Everyone is welcomed!
Lunch & Learn