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Photo by Sue Watson
Some key ideas expressed at the Relay are displayed. From left are Shauneille “Minnie Mouse” Mason, Eileen Dowsing, Yvonne, Fred and Joyce Holland, and Freddie Jeffries.

Photos by Sue Watson
Sharing a big hug are Earlene Hearn and Prentis Boatwright.

Cancer survivors take their lap around the field at Sam Coopwood Park to kick off the 18th annual Marshall County Relay For Life.

Ishmell and Jo Edwards, representing the sister and brother fraternity and sorority Delta Alpha Theta and Omega Psi Phi, cook up plenty of good food.

A luminaria is in memory of Patricia Selman, former Holly Springs police chief.

Armastine Gipson, Zeta Phi Beta, has some fun as she walks around the track. She sang the National Anthem to open the Relay.

Members of the Holly Springs United Methodist Church, Christians for a Cancer Cure, join in the Relay For Life walk.

County Relay For Life successful

The 18th Annual Marshall County Relay For Life, that raises money for the American Cancer Society, had a very good turnout Friday at Sam Coopwood Park.

WIN Center opens

The Marshall County WIN Job Center in Byhalia is open for business, according to Jennifer Casey, director of the Work Force Investment Act Services with Northwest Mississippi Commu­

New sprinklers

Photo by Sue Watson

An automatic sprinkler system is installed on the courthouse lawn. The system is used to water the lawn in the nighttime hours and can be set with a timer.

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