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Photo by Barry Burleson
Bishop Joseph Kopacz blesses the site of the new volunteer house. Pictured in back are Paul Smith (left), SHSM project manager, and Tim Courts (right), SHSM director of finance.

Photo by Laura Grisham
Holly Springs Mayor Kelvin Buck joined Sacred Heart Southern Missions board members last week for a groundbreaking photo. From left are Fr. Thi Pham, SCJ; Christine Greer;  Barbara Caldwell; Mayor Buck; Fr. Jack Kurps, SCJ; Most Rev. Bishop Joseph Kopacz (Diocese of Jackson); and Sr. Nancy Schreck, OSF.

Photo by Barry Burleson
From left are Carter Hord, Hord Architects; Jamie Linkous, Linkous Construction Company; Danny Johnson, Linkous Construction Company; and Holly Springs Mayor Kelvin Buck. The mayor told the construction team the city would assist with a successful project in any way it could.

Sacred Heart breaks ground for house

Father Thi Pham, SCJ, referred to the Parable of the Mustard Seed during the groundbreaking ceremony for the new Father Gregory Bezy Volunteer House.

Photo by Sue Watson
Elizabeth Kriss opens a parting gift. She has taken a new position with the State of Mississippi DHS after serving 28 years in Marshall County, 20 of those as director.

Photo by Sue Watson
Family, friends, and co-workers of Elizabeth Kriss gave her a sendoff Thursday, Dec. 12, at the Marshall County Department of Human Services office. On the front row are Paul Kriss, Allie Kriss Wells, Connie Hensley and Elizabeth Kriss. Others, starting at left and going all the way up and then down, are Tiffany Southern, Sherri Conner, Donna Byard, Ragan Shipp, Kevin Richard, Lynne Pennington, Darell Wells, Lisa Hickman, Lisa Johnson, Deles Farley, Odessia Leseuer and Gwen Sellers.

Kriss moves to state position

Elizabeth Kriss, longtime director of the Marshall County Depart­ment of Human Services office, has accepted a position with the Division of Workforce Development, a part of the sta

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