October 30, 2008
Byhalia, Potts Camp set curfews for Halloween
The Marshall County towns of Byhalia and Potts Camp announce Halloween curfews for this Friday, Oct. 31
The curfews for both towns will be 10 p.m.
“Halloween will be observed one night only, which will be October 31,” according to a motion passed October 7 by the Potts Camp Board of Aldermen.
National Guard sponsoring festival to benefit soldiers
Everyone is invited to a Halloween Festival Friday, Oct. 31, from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Holly Springs National Guard Unit on Highway 4 East.
All money raised will go toward supporting soldiers and their families. Everyone is urged to come and join the fun.
Don’t worry about going door-to-door this Halloween, because children can attend the festival and have a safe, good time. There will be lots of different booths and plenty of prizes and candy. There will also be a costume contest with the winner receiving a great prize.
Don’t forget to wind clocks back one hour this weekend
There’s a time change this weekend.
Daylight Saving Time ends and the country reverts to Standard Time this Sunday, Nov. 2, at 2 a.m
Don’t forget to wind your clocks back one hour before going to bed Saturday night, Nov. 1.
Daylight Saving Time returns at 2 a.m. on the second Sunday in March 2009.
Veterans Traveling Tribute coming to Holly Springs
The Collins-Hurdle VFW Post #5697 and the Holly Springs Chamber of Commerce are bringing a monumental event to the City of Holly Springs.
The VFW and the chamber will host the American Veterans Traveling Tribute on the Holly Springs courthouse square November 26-December 1. It will include an 80 percent replica of the Vietnam Veterans’ Wall and six accompanying patriotic exhibits.
Marshall County citizens will have the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to pay tribute and respect, joining together with the common bond of experience and patriotic gratitude, as they stand before the 80 percent replica of the Big Black Wall to touch the names of our fallen heroes of Vietnam. While the replica is the centerpiece, friends, neighbors and hometown heroes will be equally moved by the entire Cost of Freedom displays honoring those who have given their lives in service to their country post-Vietnam, as well as the stunning 911 lighted memorials.
Tax-deductible donations are being accepted to help with this effort. For more information, call 662-252-2943.
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