Thursday, May 17, 2007
Local News Briefs
John Jewell Aircraft hosting 30-year celebration Saturday
John Jewell Aircraft announces its 30th anniversary celebration and open house.
Activities are set for this Saturday, May 19, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Holly Springs-Marshall County Airport.
Everyone is urged to join John Jewell Aircraft as the company celebrates 30 years of providing quality products and services to the general aviation industry.
Aircraft and facilities will be on display, plus there will be good food and homemade ice cream.
Walking Horse Classic set for Saturday at Fairgrounds
The Holly Springs Charity Walking Horse Classic will be held Saturday, May 19, at 5 p.m. at the Marshall County Fairgrounds. It is sponsored by the Holly Springs Chamber of Commerce and benefits the American Cancer Society Relay for Life and the Chamber.
The fairgrounds is located on Highway 7 North, Holly Springs. Tickets are $5 for adults; children 6 and under free.
Graduations arrive; salute to seniors in this week’s paper
It’s graduation time for high school seniors in Marshall County.
The Class of 2007 at Holly Springs High School will be the first to receive diplomas. Graduation will be held Friday, May 18, at 7 p.m. at Rust College, McMillan Center.
Other graduation ceremonies include:
• Potts Camp High School, Saturday, May 19, 10 a.m., gymnasium.
• Byhalia High School, Saturday, May 19, 2 p.m., gymnasium.
• H.W. Byers High School, Sunday, May 20, 9 a.m., Rust College, McMillan Center.
• Marshall Academy, Monday, May 21, 7:30 p.m., gymnasium.
For more on Marshall County’s seniors, see the second section of this week’s newspaper.
Cycling team eyes city; ride scheduled for this weekend
Riders with Collierville and Germantown cycling clubs plan to tour Holly Springs May 19, with eyes on setting up a destination for weekends and summer evenings, according to Pepper Crutcher, a member of the Pearl Probike Cycling Team.
Crutcher, a 1975 Marshall Academy graduate who lives in Madison, said the purpose of the visit Saturday is to test the route he has selected.
“I have driven it several times, but there are things you can only test by riding it with others,” he said. “They include how drivers react to cyclists, which dogs will chase and where and how.”
Crutcher said teams also need places to change clothing, use restrooms, fill water bottles and buy snacks. A group of 10 cyclists are expected to make test ride through Holly Springs.
Crutcher practices law with Balch & Bingham.
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