March 3, 2011
Marshall County Humane Society News
Marshall County Humane Society fund-raiser
The Marshall County Humane Society needs your help! We’ve joined forces with The Pampered Chef, via a local consultant, to help our local adoption center in Holly Springs and the low-cost Spay/Neuter Clinic in Byhalia.
As many of you know, it’s solely up to us, the citizens of our community, to care for stray animals and to control the pet population in our area by spaying and neutering our pets.
Many of us are cooking more at home these days and Pampered Chef offers quality kitchen tools to make that task faster, easier, and more enjoyable ~ bringing families back to the table at mealtime.
You can help us by logging onto www.pamperedchef.biz/cstarrgo
Click on “Shop Online” and enter “Marshall County Humane Society” as your host or call Starr Collins at 901-283-3843 to place an order.
Any purchase helps the Humane Society!
In addition to 10-15 percent of the sales generated, we’ll also get a $3 contribution for every future show booked.
Please visit the above website to place your order and help a worthy cause!
Pages from the Past
10 Years Ago - March 1, 2001
Coca-Cola scholarship semi-finalist
Marshall Academy has two semi-finalist in the National Coca-Cola Scholars program. There were 2,000 semi-finalists selected nationally from a field of over 100,000 applicants. The two students from Marshall Academy, the only school in Mississippi to have students selected, are Garrett Elliott and Allen Crain.
Goodman Road moves on toward March 2002 opening
The four-laning of Goodman Road could be completed by early next year. The projected completion date is July of 2002, but it could be open for traffic as early as March, 2002.
25 Years Ago - February 27, 1986
Four area teams in state tournaments
The Potts Camp Cardinals, coached by Carl White, are making their first trip to the state tournament in 10 years. At Holly High, both the boys and girls teams are headed to the Mississippi Coliseum. And the Hickory Flat boys team will again be at State this year, to defend their Class A Championship.
Contract award for Red Banks-Holly Springs link of Hwy. 78
The Mississippi State Highway Department awarded a bid for the construction of 3.56 miles of Highway 78 from Red Banks to the Holly Springs bypass. This is the final stretch of the four-lane highway from Memphis to Holly Springs.
50 Years Ago - March 2, 1960
Potts Camp Cardinals begin state playoff Friday
The Potts Camp Cardinals won the North Mississippi Championship Friday, beating Baldwyn 66-56. This paved the way for the State Tourney Friday at Decatur. Jimmy Siddall poured in 30 points to pace Coach Mitchell’s crew, while Billy Cupp had 15 and Gayle Goode 11.
Waterford H.D. Club
Mrs. Thad Barber was hostess to the Waterford H.D. Club for February. There were 17 members present, three visitors and the Home Demonstration agent. The club members were happy to welcome Mrs. John Cardwell as a new member. The club members went to the recreation room at the church, joined in with the community and viewed the film on communism. They returned to Mrs. Barbers and enjoyed delicious refreshments and a social hour.
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