Thursday, August 25, 2005
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Local students graduate from Union University
The following local residents were among 254 students who graduated from Union University during summer commencement exercises Aug. 6 at West Jackson Baptist Church:
Ashland Felicia Norwood-Alexander received a master of education degree. Norwood-Alexander is a graduate of Ashland High School in Ashland, the wife of Levi Alexander Jr. and the daughter of Charles and Claudia Norwood.
Glenwood Renee B. McMiller received a master of arts in education degree. McMiller is a graduate of Amanda Elzy High School in Holly Springs, the wife of Joy W. McMiller and the daughter of Amos and Ruthie Byrd.
Holly Springs Milony Mitchell-Jenkins received a master of education degree. Mitchell-Jenkins is a graduate of Holly Springs High School, the wife of Charlie Jenkins III and the daughter of Mildred and Dwight Mitchell.
The featured speaker at this years graduation event was Carolyn Bishop, president and international director of the Consortium for Global Education in Marietta, Ga.
Local students candidates for degrees at Ole Miss
The following students from Marshall County are among the University of Mississippis 787 August candidates for degrees:
From Byhalia: Detra Daniell Hopkins, Lupe Mora, Tiesha C. Rayford
From Holly Springs: Stephanie Karol Ash, Mattie Jean Burns, Cynthia Jeffries, Markesha Deantoinette Lee, Rosalyn Deniece Vinson
From Waterford: Shawanda Monique Howell, Jennifer Lynn Murchison
Henrys PTA receives donation from Hunter Fan
Henrys PTA would like to say thanks to Mike Bradford and the Hunter Fan crew for the generous donation of fans. Kim Kelley, Henrys PTA president, and Sonya Cross, Henrys assistant principal, made a contact to Mike Bradford to request fans due to the overwhelming hot weather that we have been having and they immediately responded with several fans. The fans have made a difference. Thanks a million!
The Parent Center recycles uniforms
Would you like to save money? Would you like to help your friends save money? Recycle your childs uniforms. The Parent Center, located on the Intermediate School campus is accepting school uniforms, and black and brown belts daily. Please feel free to donate and trade with us. You may bring items by the center. Beverly Phillips, center director, is there daily to accept them. For more information call 252-7733.
(662) 252-4261 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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