Mississippi Poetry Society, South Branch, recently installed new officers: Barbara Moss, left, of Gautier, treasurer; Joan Crow of Ocean Springs, secretary; Faith Garbin of Ocean Springs, vice president; and Patty Butkovich of Gautier, president.
Mississippi Poetry Society, South Branch, recently installed new officers: Barbara Moss, left, of Gautier, treasurer; Joan Crow of Ocean Springs, secretary; Faith Garbin of Ocean Springs, vice president; and Patty Butkovich of Gautier, president. Mississippi Poetry Society, South Branch
Mississippi Poetry Society, South Branch, recently installed new officers: Barbara Moss, left, of Gautier, treasurer; Joan Crow of Ocean Springs, secretary; Faith Garbin of Ocean Springs, vice president; and Patty Butkovich of Gautier, president. Mississippi Poetry Society, South Branch

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