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    Bay St. Louis-Hancock Library staff dress as their favorite characters

    Staff at the Bay St. Louis-Hancock County Library dressed as their favorite literary characters as part of National Library Week. From left, Ashton Burge, Superman; Heather Dungey, 'The Martian;' Amber Stephenson, 'Witches Abroad;' Nel Ducomb, Julia Child; Natalie Beam, Colleen Sally and Epossumondas...

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    CAREY SENIOR WINS STATE NATS GOVERNORS' AWARD

    Ben Salters, center, of Ocean Springs, a senior music performance major at William Carey University, recently won the Governors' Award given by the Mississippi chapter of the National Association of Teachers of Singing. Salters also won the top prize in his division, senior men, during the chapter...

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    PRCC's 'Pearls' win 16th national championship

    Pearl River Community College's String of Pearls won the team's 16th national championship at the American Dance and Drill Team competition. The dancers won the championship in the pom category and were first runner-up in both jazz and hip-hop competitions. There was a one-point difference between...

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    Ruby Morton is model Goodwill employee

    Ruby Morton of Gulfport is a long-term employee of Goodwill of South Mississippi. She worked as telephone receptionist and supervisor of personnel in the collection centers for Goodwill until her doctor recommended her retirement. Morton was blinded in a gun accident at the age of 22. She began...

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    HOSPICE COMPASSUS RECOGNIZES LOCAL VOLUNTEER

    Mary Streaker received recognition for dedicated service during National Volunteer Week from the Hospice Compassus program serving Gulfport and the surrounding areas. Streaker was recognized for providing companionship, support and dignity to hospice patients and their loved ones.

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    Anchor QE and Maison De Lu TEAM up to support Wounded Warrior Project

    Anchor QEA, a nationally recognized environ-mental, planning and engineering consulting firm, with a home office in Ocean Springs, and Maison De Lu teamed up to support the national Wounded Warrior Project. Anchor's local employees partnered with Maison De Lu in providing a donation to assist veterans...

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    CIVITAN CLUB WELCOMES NEW MEMBERS

    North Bay Civitan Club President Keith Wilson and Secretary Lisa Greig presented new club members with orientation completion certificates. From left, Bill Reeves, retired Air Force Col. Harold Lawrence, Angela Jones, Jo Anderson, Becky Praznovsky, Banita Ford, Stephanie Newell, Lisa Greig and Keith...

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    HANCOCK LIBRARY TRUSTEES ATTEND LUNCHEON

    Members of the Hancock County Library System Board of Trustees attended the annual HCLS National Library Week Officials' Luncheon. From left, Sandra Ladner; Sharon Alexander, trustees vice chairman; Stephanie McConnell, trustees chairman; and Courtney Thomas, HCLS executive director. In celebration...

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    JEANETTE WARD HAS PASS CHRISTIAN GARDEN CLUB'S GARDEN OF THE MONTH

    The Pass Christian Garden Club has selected the home of Jeanette Ward at 359 Clark Ave. as the Garden of the Month. Evergreens such as yews, junipers, nandina and cedars fill her yard as well as many types of succulents in the agave family. For flowering color there are petunias and iris, and jasmine...

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    RSC INDUCTS NHS, NJHS MEMBERS

    Resurrection Catholic School inducted 19 new members into National Junior Honor Society and National Honor Society. The new NHS inductees are Lillian Boland, Elizabeth Burrow, Madison Cooper, back second from right, Marianna French, back right, Alexander Gonzalez, Alexis Harbin, Haley Thames, back...

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