Thursday, April 10, 2014
Autism Walk set for Saturday at Rust
Zeta Phi Beta Youth Auxiliaries will sponsor “Autism Walk 2014” on Saturday, April 12.
It begins at 9 a.m. at the Rust College track.
Everyone is encouraged to walk and help raise funds to provide support, activities and services for families of those on the Autism spectrum.
Spring clean-up underway in county
Spring clean-up has officially begun in Marshall County, and continues through April 27, according to county administrator Larry Hall.
Roll-off dumpsters will be located at community centers and other places around Marshall County for the next few weeks.
Only household items, such as old furniture and appliances, may be placed in the dumpsters. No household garbage, limbs and leaves, or tires should be placed in the dumpsters and no toxic household or farm products.
For more, see the advertisement on page 6.
Book sale on square this weekend
The Friends of the Marshall County Library will be holding a book sale on the square during Pilgrimage. Hardbacks are $1 and paperbacks 50 cents. There will be “grab bags” available for $5.
All proceeds benefit the Marshall County Library through the Friends group.
Byhalia Chamber plans quarterly luncheon
The next Byhalia Area Chamber of Commerce quarterly luncheon is set for Thursday, April 24.
The luncheon, sponsored by the Byhalia Lions Club, will be held at Seafood Junction, Highway 309 at Stonewall Road. Displays begin at 11 a.m., lunch at 11:30 and the program at 12 noon.
Speaker is Joseph (C.J.) Harris with Mid-South Transplant Foundation. The Byhalia Lions Club will be collecting unused eyeglasses to redistribute.
General admission is $15; Chamber member $10 with a reservation by April 22; without reservations, $20. Call 662-838-8127 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for reservations.
Rust commencement scheduled April 27
Rust College graduation is set for Sunday, April 27, at 2 p.m. in the W.A. McMillan Multi-Purpose Center. Guest speaker is Dr. Mary Evans Sias, president of Kentucky State University.
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