Thursday, August 9, 2012
Byhalia Chamber plans luncheon August 16
The quarterly membership luncheon for the Byhalia Area Chamber of Commerce will be held Thursday, Aug. 16, at The Flame/Byhalia United Methodist Church, 2511 Church Street.
The meeting sponsor is NorthCentral Electric Power Association. Kevin Doddridge, general manager of NEPA will speak on “Plans for the Future.”
The doors open at 11:15 a.m. with networking and buffet at 11:30 a.m. The program will begin at noon and end at 1 p.m. A fish dinner with the trimmings will be served by Sheriff Kenny Dickerson. The program includes introductions, member commercials, new member pictures and “Member of the Day” recognition.
The chamber member fee for the luncheon is $5 with reservations. For all others, the fee is $10 at the door.
Please call 662-838-8127 or email email@example.com by Friday, Aug. 10, with your reservations.
MTC provides update on transition at prison
Management & Training Corporation (MTC) will take over operation of the Marshall County Correctional Facility in Holly Springs next Monday, Aug. 13.
MTC has named Tim Outlaw new warden at the facility. Outlaw began his career in corrections in 1984 where he worked as a correctional officer for the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP). He worked his way up at the BOP, serving in many positions, including unit manager, regional designator, programs administrator and associate warden. He would then serve as warden at four different facilities in Minnesota, Texas, Arkansas and Tennessee.
“We are looking forward to earning the trust and respect of the good people of Mississippi,” Outlaw said. “We’ve been meeting with key members of the Holly Springs community and have had a very warm welcome.”
MTC has interviewed dozens of applicants for jobs at the Marshall County Correctional Facility. Those who are interested in employment can apply online by visiting www.mtcjobs.com or they may do so in person at MTC’s transition office, located at 196 North Memphis St. (next to Annie’s Restaurant), Monday-Friday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. The transition office will be open through August 13.
Newly hired correctional officers began a three-week, intensive training academy on July 23.
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