The Attala County Retired Education Personnel of Mississippi (REPM) members enjoyed a day in French Camp as their end of the year outing.
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority (Rho Nu Zeta Chapter) joined Colegate Bright Smiles Bright Future Mobile Dental Program in a movement to spread oral health care education to the children in our community. Important information on brushing, flossing, eating healthy, and visiting the dentist was shared with students at Kosciusko Lower Elementary School P
Mississippi’s child and family welfare agency wants to add dozens of soon-to-be graduates with degrees in human service-related fields to its growing team of child protection and family welfare specialists.
Participants in the 2018-19 Aspire Mississippi program who represented Webster County graduated in March.
Webster County’s community project was “YES! Youth Empowerment Skills” – a project focused on providing high school students with improved job and workforce training skills.
Administrator Richard Fordyce designated eleven Mississippi counties as primary natural disaster areas.
The East Central Community College men’s basketball program is hosting a summer camp for individual players entering 8th through 12th grades June 23-25 in Brackeen-Wood Gym on the campus in Decatur.
The cost of the three-day, two-night camp is $160 for campers who stay overnight in an ECCC residence hall and $130 for commuters.
East Central Community College freshman outfielder Olivia Houston has been named to the 2019 National Junior College Athletic Association All-Region 23 Softball Team for her play during the recently completed season. She was one of six Lady Warriors to be named either All-Region or All-State.
Representatives from six counties throughout the state are participating in Aspire Mississippi, a program designed to help develop leaders at the local level who will implement innovative programs and projects in their communities to spur economic growth.