The Adams family takes family trip to Charleston SC
John and Michele Stuber just returned from their annual trip to St. George Island, Fla. It was there last year that John proposed to Michele!
Gary, Lorena, Seth and Brent Adams just returned from a family trip to Charleston, S.C.
Kay Wheeler, Mary Clay and Gene Brooks and children, Caitlyn and Grady and Hallie Kazemba recently returned from Orange Beach, Fla. Hank Wheeler of Newnan, Ga., joined the group. Everyone enjoyed a wonderful time riding the catamaran out into the ocean and seeing the dolphins and stingrays.
Leigh Douglas returned Friday from her vacation in Perdido Key, Fla. She joined Charlie and Stefanie Douglas and children, Chandler and Caroline, from Starkville.
Constance Ann Lanier and Shawn Thomas visited with Tammy and Billy Cupp Saturday afternoon and enjoyed dinner at JB’s Family Restaurant.
“Greetings from Allie B. Greene to my DAR friends in Holly Springs. I am enjoying the DAR Continental Congress in D.C. I’ve looked for some of you, as Mississippi has a nice group. I’m with Heritage Trails, Spring, Tx. Of course, Holly Springs will always be ‘home.’ Best wishes, Allie”
Susan and Jimmy Warren and Dorothy Warren spent the weekend in Ocean Springs, in the home of Alexis, Clay and Warren Williams. They were there especially to celebrate the baptism of Warren Lewis Williams at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Ocean Springs on Sunday morning. Other out-of-town family members joining them on Sunday morning were Ellen Stegall of Carlsbad, Ca., and Stacey and Bill Pace of Hattiesburg.
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Kimberly Campbell and Kelvin Buck will exchange vows October 18 at Pearl Street African Methodist Episcopal Church
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Campbell of Jackson announce the engagement of their daughter, Kimberly Lisette Campbell, to Kelvin O’neal Buck, son of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Buck of Tupelo.
The couple will exchange vows at 4 p.m., October 18, 2008, at Pearl Street African Methodist Episcopal Church in Jackson.
The bride-elect is the granddaughter of the late Master Sergeant and Mrs. Cleophas Batton of Chicago, Ill., and the late Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Campbell of Jackson. A graduate of Callaway High School, Miss Campbell graduated from Mississippi State University with a Bachelor of Arts in English; she received her Master of Arts in organizational communications from Auburn University and also received her Juris Doctor in law from the University of Mississippi School of Law. Kimberly is a sitting member of the Mississippi House of Representatives, serving District 72; she is also an attorney with Knight & Mozingo, PLLC in Ridgeland. Rep. Campbell is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
The prospective bride-groom is the grandson of the late Sadie Buck and Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt Cobb, all of Lee County. Kelvin, a graduate of Tupelo High School, then graduated from Rust College with a Bachelor of Arts in mass communications/broadcast journalism. He served 12 years in the United States Marine Corp as a platoon sergeant and training leader and served during Operation Desert Storm, where he received the Meritorious Service Award. He’s a member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. Currently a resident of Holly Springs, Rep. Buck is a state legislator, serving District 5; he’s also a media consultant.
Miss Salimeh Shamaly and Jason Mattox to wed July 19 at The Eureka in Batesville
Fatina Shamaly of Brandon announces the engagement of her daughter, Salimeh Shamaly, to Jason Mattox, son of David and Kay Mattox of Sardis. She is also the daughter of the late A.M. Shamaly.
The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Salime Akawi of Brandon and Mouyasar Younes of Tripoli, Lebanon.
The prospective groom is the grandson of the late Herman and Eula Mattox of Sardis and H.L. and Bertha Moore of Batesville.
The bride-elect graduated from Northwest Rankin High School in Brandon in 2002. She is a 2006 graduate of The University of Mississippi where she studied journalism. She is employed by Hudson Management as an accounts payable manager.
The prospective groom graduated from North Delta Academy in 1997. He attended Northwest Community College where he studied journalism. He is employed by The Panolian as a reporter.
The wedding will take place at 3 p.m. on Saturday, July 19, 2008 at The Eureka in Batesville. A reception will immediately follow.
Family and friends are invited.
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