Thursday, May 28, 2009
Grand opening set for new police station
A grand opening ceremony and ribbon cutting to celebrate the new Holly Springs police headquarters on J.M. Ash Drive has been rescheduled for June 29.
Ribbon cutting is set for 10 a.m. and the facilities will be open for touring from then until 2 p.m., according to chief Robert Pearson.
The public is encouraged to attend the grand opening and to receive an informative tour of the new station.
Killer Kudzu Run set for Friday in Holly Springs
The Killer Kudzu 5K Run will be held Friday evening, May 29, in downtown Holly Springs.
The annual event, which benefits the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life, begins and ends on the courtsquare.
The 5K starts at 7 p.m. and the one-mile run at 8 p.m. Race day registration is from 6 p.m. to 6:45 p.m.
The Killer Kudzu is sponsored by American Pacific.
For more information, see the story on page 1 of the second section or go to www.americanpac.com.
County’s Relay for Life June 12-13 at city park
The 10th annual Relay For Life in Holly Springs/Marshall County is set for Friday, June 12, from 6 p.m.-6 a.m. at Sam Coopwood Park in Holly Springs.
The Relay for Life committees are asking individuals to come out to the park to celebrate the evening with survivors, families and friends and to purchase luminaria or purple bows to support the fund-raiser for the American Cancer Society.
Luminaria sell for $10, silver luminaria for $25, and gold luminaria for $50. The presentation of the luminaria to honor someone living or the memory of a loved one who lost the battle is one of the most moving segments of the evening.
Individuals can also purchase purple bows to help raise awareness of the event in the community in the Paint The Town Purple segment of the event. Purple bows sell for $10 and $20 each and can be attached to the lampposts, a business door, or a mailbox and call attention to the annual fundraiser.
All proceeds go to the American Cancer Society to help raise cancer awareness and to pay for research for the cure, as well as to help Marshall Countians, who are currently fighting cancer, with transportation costs to go to treatments or doctor’s appointments.
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