March 6, 2008
Becky Cupp, Kay and Laura Wheeler visit in home of Barbara Read
Charlie Douglas of Starkville visited with his parents, Leigh and Dick Douglas, on Saturday.
Becky Cupp and Kay and Laura Wheeler visited Saturday afternoon with Barbara Read in Southaven.
Please don’t forget to register your children at City Hall for the Dizzy Dean Baseball/Softball League by this Friday, March 7. The fee to play is $20/child and $10 each additional child in the family. The ages to play range from 3 - 16, so I am sure most of you have at least one child who would fall into that age category. T-ball is offered, coach-pitch, fastpitch softball and baseball.
There is something for everyone and every age! Help our city make this a worthwhile venture. It cannot happen without the support from our community. With parental support and child participation, we can make this program a success! Please get your child or children registered!
Spring break is upon us! Hard to imagine with the weather acting like it is that spring is right around the corner! I hope everyone has a fun and safe holiday, coming back on St. Patrick’s Day raring to go! Marshall Academy’s PTC is hosting a Rotel chicken dinner on March 17 from 5 - 7 p.m. with tickets only costing $5 each. The art department has been working diligently in creating pieces which will be displayed throughout the school. There is also going to be a silent auction with fabulous items such as a “Room Makeover,” personalized dinner plates, a guided hunt for two and many others. Come on down, eat and enjoy a fun-filled night! Shoot me an email if you are interested in purchasing dinner tickets. Where else can you get a well-balanced meal and the extra activities for only $5 a plate? Hope to see you there!
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Deanna Dodson and John Weaver to wed March 29 at First Baptist Church Fisherville
Deanna Teresa Dodson, daughter of Kenneth and Julie Dodson of Collierville, will become the bride of John William Weaver, son of Jerry and Susan Weaver of Collierville on March 29, 2008 at First Baptist Church Fisherville in Eads, Tenn.
The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Gene and Frances Dodson of Piperton, Tenn. and George and Josie Riley of Broken Arrow, Okla. She graduated from Collierville High School and Tennessee Technology Center of Memphis, where she earned a degree in surgical technology. She is currently employed at Collierville Baptist Hospital, where she is a surgical technologist.
The groom-elect is the grandson of Mary Weaver and the late W.C. (Duck) Weaver of Pinson, Tenn., and Mrs. Nell Luke and the late Willie (Buster) Luke of Columbus. He graduated from Rossville Academy. He is currently employed at Advance Electric as an electrician.
The couple will make their home in Byhalia after a trip to Gatlinburg, Tenn.
Swanee Good News Happy Hour Thursday
Tune in to some good old fun and easy listening on Thursday WKRA 1110 AM on your radio dial from 2-3 p.m. Swanee’s guest this week will be Dr. David Childers, veterinarian, of Marshall County, who will tell us about his occupation. The Humane Society will also be discussed. Melissa Chapman will tell us about the good the Humane Society does for the community.
Lisa Cole was our guest last week to elaborate about Leap Year.
If you have someone in mind who you think the local listeners would like to hear, please let Swanee know and we will see about getting them set up for a debut on the radio. Call us at 662-252-3669 or come by and visit us at the Museum on the Square.
WKRA’s Swanee’s Mississippi Good News Happy Hour is sponsored by the Marshall County Historical Museum on the Square.
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