Thursday, March 29, 2012
Book launch party Sunday at Montrose
Marie Moore will debut the first book in a planned murder mystery series in Holly Springs at Montrose, April 1, from 2 p.m.-4 p.m.
Copies of “Shore Excursion,” her first mystery, released by Camel Press the same day, will be available for purchase and can be signed by the author at this time. The party is hosted by the Holly Springs Garden Club.
Moore will be guest of Friends of the Library in Holly Springs April 3 at 12 noon where she will also discuss her new murder mystery series and sign copies of her new book.
The story’s plot centers around sleuth Sidney Marsh, a New York transplant from Mississippi who leads a tour cruise for senior citizens through Europe. The tour takes a detour because of a killer on board who targets her customers.
Moore, of Holly Springs, draws on her 15 years experience as a travel agency manager and other life experiences for inspiration for her series.
The book release is timed to coincide with the 74th Annual Holly Springs Pilgrimage April 13-15, and Wakefield, the author’s home, will be open at this time for the tour. For more on the author’s book signing schedule and for more biographical details, visit www.mariemooremysteries.com.
Renick guest speaker for Thursday 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.
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