Thursday, March 22, 2012
Renick guest speaker for March 29 luncheon
The Holly Springs Chamber of Commerce will hold its first quarterly meeting of 2012 on Thursday, March 29, at 11:30 a.m. at the Beckley Center across from Rust College.
Board members will be introduced and new chamber members for this year will be recognized.
Bill Renick, from Three Rivers Planning and Development District, is the keynote speaker. He will discuss the state of the county and the region.
Lunch will be served and the cost is $10. Please RSVP by calling 662-252-2943.
Supervisor Terry plans Town Hall Meeting
Charles Terry, District 1 Marshall County supervisor, will be having a District 1 Town Hall Meeting at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 29.
It will be held at the David L. Beckley Conference Center, located on Rust Avenue (across from Rust College).
All concerned citizens are encouraged to come and visit with the District 1 supervisor.
Ayers to sign books next Tuesday at library
Curt Ayers, who writes under the pen name of C.P. Tertius, will be reading from and signing copies of his new historical fiction novel, “Every Man Truly Lives Alone,” on Tuesday, March 27, at 1 p.m., at the Marshall County Library, 109 East Gholson Avenue in Holly Springs.
Ayers, who lives in Edwards but spends a good deal of time in Thailand, is a former military officer, corporate executive and university professor who is a semi-professional musician, blue-water sailor and adventure traveler.
His travels have taken him around the globe several times with major stints in Latin America, Europe and Asia. He has resided in South-East Asia for several years where he has witnessed the plight of stateless refugees of whom he writes.
“Every Man Truly Lives Alone” tells the story of U.S. Army Captain Keith Miller, who journeys across the exotic landscape and on the high seas of Southeast Asia with his companion, Jey, a courageous but unfortunately indentured Thai-Karen woman.
Critics have called it “...powerful, stark” and a “...compelling love story with twists and turns on the streets of Thailand and Burma...”
The book is published by Hellgate Press.
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