19th annual Potts Camp School Reunion June 7
The 19th annual Potts Camp School Reunion will be held Saturday, June 7, starting with registration at 10 a.m. in the school cafeteria. Lunch will be served at noon for a nominal fee.
Mitch Stone Jr. will serve as the emcee for the reunion. The Class of 1958 will be honored on their 50th anniversary. Also, the Class of 1948 will be honored for their 60th anniversary.
All students, current and former, as well as teachers, principals, and other staff are encouraged to attend. Also encouraged to attend are all former basketball players, cheerleaders, managers, etc. as well as the 1961 basketball championship team members or a representative of their family.
All composites have been hung in the auditorium for visitors to view. Also, the floors in the high school building have been refinished and a drawing of a Cardinal head has been painted on the floor at the entrance. The walls have been repainted to enhance the appearance of school. There have also been other renovations to the school buildings.
This is always a very exciting time to meet and visit with former classmates, faculty, friends, etc., so make plans to attend this year.
For more information or to make reservations for the noon meal, please call Annie Ruth Stone at 662-333-6350.
Several from area receive degrees at UMMC’s 52nd Commencement
More than 485 physicians, dentists, nurses, allied health professionals, and graduate students in the health sciences were awarded degrees during the University of Mississippi Medical Center’s 52nd Commencement May 23 at the Mississippi Coliseum in Jackson.
University of Mississippi Chancellor Robert Khayat and Dr. Dan Jones, UMMC vice chancellor for health affairs and dean of the School of Medicine, presided over the ceremony in which the following degrees were conferred:
Three area students were among the graduates.
Sarah Frances Crain, daughter of Carey Rather Crain of Holly Springs and the late Donald Crain, received the DMD. A 2004 graduate of Mississippi State University, she received the 2008 Bradford A. Gordon Memorial Award. She will begin advanced education in general dentistry at UMMC.
Wyatt Lindsay Work, son of Rod and Pat Work of Holly Springs, received the DPT. The 2004 graduate of Mississippi State University received the 2008 Academic Excellence Award.
Stephanie Elaine Thompson, daughter of Steve Dodson and the late Sharon Dodson and wife of Mark Thompson of Hickory Flat, received the MSN.
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