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Phil Walker and Ralph Moore led a community meeting to discuss strategic planning for the City of Holly Springs as it relates to general tourism and heritage tourism. Walker has been hired to help the city determine what it wants to emphasize and to offer tourists in order to attract them to the city. The event was held at The Bottomless Cup.

Meeting focuses on downtown, tourism

Downtown revitalization and heritage tourism were the topics of a community gathering to help build consensus on attracting visitors to the City of Holly Springs.

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Amanda Honeycutt, student pharmacist at Tyson Drugs, gives Drew Snyder, director of state Medicaid, his annual flu shot.
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(Left) Holly Johnson works in the compounding lab. (Right) From left are Jordan Ballou (Tyson’s), Terri Kirby, (director of pharmacy, Medicaid), Sen. Neil Whaley, Drew Snyder (executive director, Medicaid), Bob Lomenick, Joseph Nosser (Tyson’s) and Tara Clark (deputy executive director, Medicaid).

Medicaid leaders tour Tyson Drugs

Mississippi Division of Medicaid leadership visited Tyson Drug Co.

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Pictured, from left, are George Zinn III, Christy Owens, Bob Bowen (back), Dorothy Stigall and Deb McCullough.

Community Foundation visits

The Community Foundation of Northwest Mississippi and its Maddox Foundation Volunteer Center came to Marshall County recently to share information on its services to nonprofits.

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Halftime show

Holly Springs High School band members performing during halftime of the September 13 game are (from left) Brandi Davis, Jamonte Mitchell, Johnisha Scott, Alyssa Jones, Jar’quala

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Pictured during a ribbon-cutting ceremony to open the new road onto the Marshall Academy campus from S. West Boundary Street are (in no particular order) Vicki Swords (wife of the late Frank Swords) and other family members Leslie Swords Settle, Bryan Settle, Audrey Settle, Mary Franklin Settle, Perry Mask and Amy Swords Mask, plus Susan Holley (mother of the late Rob Warren) and Reggie Holley, along with MA representatives Kent Smith and Barrett Donahoe.

MA opens new road

A new road to the Marshall Academy campus off S. West Boundary Street opened last week.

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