Thursday, May 2, 2013
Movie Nights Thursday in Spring Hollow Park
“Moonlight, Magnolias, Movies and More” will continue this Thursday, May 2, and runs through Thursday, May 23.
Viewer’s Choice is May 9. Call 252-2943 to vote.
The event, which begins at 7:30 p.m., is sponsored by the Holly Springs Main Street Chamber. Movies are shown free to the public in Spring Hollow Park.
“We are looking for more people in the coming weeks to come and enjoy an evening in the park,” said Shanette Folsom, Main Street Chamber executive director.
County Clean-Up continues until May 10
The Marshall County Board of Supervisors will provide dumpsters at the following locations during Spring Clean-Up 2013, April 10 through May 10.
• Laws Hill Community Center, Cayce Fire Department, Potts Camp Fire Department, Slayden Community Center, Chulahoma Community Center, Waterford Community Center, Red Banks Fire Department, Watson Community Center, Byhalia Fire Department (across road), Hudsonville, Matthews Corner voting precinct, Lake Estates, Marianna voting precinct, Wall Hill voting precinct, Early Grove Community Center, Bethlehem Community Fire Department, Mt. Pleasant – the gin, and Victoria Community Center.
Please, no brush or household garbage.
The Marshall County rubbish pit and white goods collection site is open 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday and Saturday.
Tourism Day slated for May 11 downtown
The Holly Springs Tourism Bureau and the Main Street Chamber have organized a local National Tourism Day to celebrate tourism in the city, in connection with National Tourism Week.
LaKisha M. Buffington, executive director of the Tourism Bureau, said locals are the first tourists in the city. She wants to get businesses involved in the May 11 event set for the hours of 10 a.m.-2 p.m. on the courthouse square.
The venue is free to the public and to local vendors who may set up booths downtown. Live entertainment is planned as well.
Some planned events include putt-putt golf set up by Kirkwood National and face painting by the employees at Strawberry Plains Audubon Center.
To inquire further, call the tourism office at 662-252-2515.
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