Thursday, September 11, 2014
Community meeting next Tuesday at Cayce
Marshall County supervisors Keith Taylor and Eddie Dixon will host a community meeting Tuesday, Sept. 16, at 7 p.m. at the Cayce Fire Department.
Discussions will focus on increased traffic, particularly trucks, on Cayce Road.
All residents of the Cayce Road and Highway 72 area are invited to attend.
Taylor, Dixon and Justin Hall, executive director of the Marshall County Industrial Development Authority, will hear concerns and respond to questions.
Adair guest speaker for Main Street luncheon
The Holly Springs Main Street Chamber will host its next quarterly luncheon on Thursday, Sept. 18, at 12 noon at Kirkwood.
Guest speaker will be developer William Adair.
For more information on the luncheon, contact the Main Street Chamber office at 252-2943.
Bikers Night to include football team, McNally
Bikers Night in Blues Alley has three remaining Thursdays – September 11, 18 and 25.
The event is sponsored by the Holly Springs Main Street Chamber.
This week, Thursday, Sept. 11, the Holly Springs High School football team will be introduced. It’s homecoming week for the Hawks as they host Coahoma County Friday night at 7.
Musical entertainment this Thursday at Bikers Night in Blues Alley includes Holly Springs’ own Shannon McNally.
Everyone is urged to come out and enjoy the music, food and fun.
Chalmers fund-raiser slated for Sept. 20
The Wrecking Ball, an evening of music, food and fellowship put on by Preserve Marshall County & Holly Springs, is Saturday, Sept. 20, at 6 p.m. on the grounds of the historic Chalmers Institute.
The event will feature entertainment by national recording artist Shannon McNally and Willy Bearden, film maker and author. Dinner will be prepared by Tyler Clancy.
A silent auction will also help raise money for the restoration of the historic Chalmers. Tours of the facility will be available.
Tickets are $40 a person or $75 a couple if purchased prior to September 18. They can be purchased at the door at $50 for singles and $100 for couples.
For more information on The Wrecking Ball, see page 16A.
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