Thursday, June 9, 2005
approves sewer for Chickasaw
Pending review by the attorney, the board of supervisors gave its approval to transfer a half million dollars to get work started on the Chickasaw Trails sewer project.
Relay for Life Friday
Marshall Countys all-night party to help win the fight against cancer begins Friday at 6 p.m. and ends Saturday at 6 a.m.
Groups look to establish vision, priorities
Holly Springs City Beautiful Commission met with community builders Thursday to seek a common banner to get behind.
Plantation office saved, moved to Strawberry Plains
A significant piece of Marshall Countys history is being preserved.
A few weeks ago an old plantation office still standing along Highway 311 near Holly Springs was moved a short distance to Strawberry Plains. Donated by the John I. and Annie V. McAlexander family, it will be restored and used in the Audubon Centers educational programs and history interpretation.
Postal workers collect food for shelter
Employees with the Ida B. Wells Post Office in Holly Springs collected a postal bin full of food for the homeless on Saturday, May 14. The food was donated by individuals from around the city of Holly Springs and in Marshall County.
Homeless shelter gets boost
The final check in a double-match pledge by employees of Alliance HealthCare System and Williams Medical Clinic and the two employers was recently presented to New Hope Village homeless shelter.
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