Crossway Singers and Musicians invite you, your friends and family to this Year's Adult Easter Musical "I AM: The Resurrection and the Life" this Sunday, April 14 at 5PM. This is another powerful presentation written and created by Pastors Chris and Karen Ray.
Happy 90th Birthday
Maybell F. Eiland Celebrated Her 90th Birthday Among Family And Friends.
Mother Of 9, Grandmother Of 19, Great-Grandmother Of 41, Great- Great Grandmother Of 11. “Still Going Strong! You Are A Wonderful Example Of Integrity And Faithfulness To All Your Posterity, We Honor You”, Love Your Family.
On Sunday, April 14, 2019, 4 p.m., the Love and Peace Ministries – Doors of Hope will sponsor the 81th Birthday Celebration for their Executive Director Rev. Lorene Guyse.
The Ackerman Juniorettes held a father daughter dance on February 24th 2019.
Over 200 attendees were served dinner and danced the night away. The theme was “I love you to the moon and back”. The hosts all wore matching shirts with the theme on it. The girls and their dads had a ball!
Mine employees assisting these students with tree planting.
Students enjoying the beautiful day planting trees.
NRCS employees J’Nay Domineck, Meri Anne Lawson and Sierra Holland pictured with Pro Turf at Red Hills Mine.
Students from Ackerman Elementary
The April 9 Historical Highlight speaker will be Bo Kirby whose topic will be "Frontier Day," Community Celebration. Bo will be sharing exciting plans for this year's event, scheduled for May 11, 8:00 am - 2:00 pm in French Camp's Historic District.
Rho Nu Zeta Chapter is proud to announce the induction IIona Jones Saffold and Stephanie Jackson into Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Stephanie is self employed as a master hair stylist at Sharstyles in Kosciusko. She is a graduate of McAdams High School and Jackson State University.
Skelton's Celebrate 50 Years
The children of James Robert Skelton and Debra Haven Skelton happily announce their parents 50th wedding anniversary. James Robert and Debbie were married on April 4, 1969 in Moss Point, MS by Rev. Charles Black.