August 5, 2010
Bridging our schools
Last week I wrote about breaking down barriers and the importance of working together when it comes to economic development. This week the topic is education – where teamwork also applies.
Close to Nowhere
School bells are ringing
Meredith, our oldest granddaughter, came home from her favorite place in the entire world Saturday, July 31. This year, she spent two weeks at Camp Lake Stephens, the Methodist church camp just outside Oxford. I don’t think she missed us at all!
We have nothing to fear...but the media
I was sitting on my screened porch reading the Clarion-Ledger when my eye caught a tiny article on the bottom of page 6B. “NOAA says Gulf seafood tested so far is safe to eat.”
Please take time to remember our local “heroes” who are serving in war zones around the world.
Welcome home Barry Lester
Immanuel Betts, Marines, 2cd tour, Afghanistan
Supporting Our Troops
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