Thursday, August 29, 2013
Welcome Silas and Swayze Clanton
An hour-long first quarter, a 30-minute delay for weather and heat unlike no other, the Patriots walked away with a 56-14 win over the Kirk Academy Raiders Friday night in Grenada. What a wonderful start to their regular season! Come on out to Patriot Field Friday night to watch them match up with the Oak Hill Raiders. Kickoff is 7 p.m.
Welcome home to Silas and Swayze Clanton! The boys were born August 13, to parents Bronwyn and Barrett. Two beautiful additions to our community!
Kay and David Brownlee hosted a birthday dinner honoring family members who celebrate in August. Those who attended were Grace and Chad Brownlee, Kathy, Gary and Paris Cockrell and Leisa and Dennis Bynum.
Luke, Alexa and Layla Farese of Oxford were the weekend guests of their grandparents, Vivian and Eugene Smith.
Mary Glen and Patrick Carlton and children, Mary Grace and William, of Birmingham, Ala., spent the weekend with Vicki and Walter Webb.
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Jamia Johnson and Mitchell Naylor will exchange vows September 7 at Brown Baptist Church in Southaven
Jamia Jariell Johnson and Mitchell Lee Naylor’s wedding is planned for Saturday, September 7, at Brown Baptist Church in Southaven, at 5 p.m. The Rev. James Milton McCarroll Jr. will be performing the ceremony.
The future bride is the daughter of Brenda Johnson and Gordon Johnson. Parents of the future groom are Milton Lewis Naylor Sr. and Marva Lynn Long Naylor of Chattanooga, Tenn. Jamia is the granddaughter of Francis Catron of Memphis.
Mitchell is the grandson of the late James Edward Naylor Jr. and Legessie Randolph Naylor of Holly Springs and the late Roy Long and Earline Stubbs Long of Guntown.
Jamia received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in business administration with a concentration in human resources from Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, Tenn. She is currently working for T-Mobile as an HR coordinator in Nashville, Tenn.
Mitchell received a bachelor’s degree in business finance from Middle Tennessee State University. He is a universal teller with First Tennessee Bank in Murfreesboro.
Their wedding website is jamiaandmitchell.com
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