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    A Golden Ivy and Pearl Affair to remember for AKA members

    Theta Zeta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority held its 8th annual charity ball, The Ivy and Pearl Affair, in Biloxi. The theme for this year's event was "Legends and Leaders in Bloom" as the members celebrated the Golden Jubilee Anniversary of the chapter.

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    MOSS POINT ROBOTICS TEAM COMPETES IN SPRING COMPETITION

    The all-female BEST Robotics team of Moss Point High School competed in its first spring competition with BEST Robotics. The team, which consists of members from the original TIGER TRON team and members from the T3 team, dedicated many after-school hours and weekends toward their robot. They received...

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    ROTARY CLUB PRESENTS SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

    The Rotary Club of Ocean Springs Scholarship Committee introduced scholarship recipients for 2015, who are all graduating seniors from Ocean Springs and St. Martin High schools. From left, front, scholarship students Taylor Bendell, Krystal Triplett, Katherine Schroeder, Alicia Lyle, Amanda Gray...

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    Singing River Electric sends local students to Youth Leadership Program

    From left, Rachel Pugh from East Central High School, Brice Fortinberry from Greene County High School and Emily Barnes from St. Martin High School represented Singing River Electric at the Electric Power Associations of Mississippi Youth Leadership Workshop in Jackson. The students participated...

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    BOOK CLUB MEMBER RECEIVES GIFT CERTIFICATE

    The Second Friday Book Club presented a gift certificate from Bay Books to member Frank Costanza when he led the discussion of his books 'Marsh Island' and 'Blind Marsh.' Members there were, from left, Denise Barter, Joan Wochamurke, Martha Slee, Barbara Scott Vegely, Marilyn Arseneace, Frank Costanza...

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    BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB MEMBERS TRAVEL TO SELMA

    Members from the Boys & Girls Clubs of Jackson County's Jolly McCarty Unit in Gautier visited Selma, Ala. The members participate in a Passport to Manhood and Smart Girls programs that promote and teach responsibility in boys ages 11-14, and health, fitness and self-esteem for girls ages 8-17. The...

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    CoBank awards $2,500 grant to local nonprofit on behalf of Singing River Electric

    CoBank, a national cooperative bank serving vital industries across rural America, recently presented Singing River Electric's board of directors and CEO with a $2,500 grant to award to the nonprofit of their choice. CoBank is a lender for many electric cooperatives across the nation, including ...

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    PRCC CLASS FAVORITES

    Students at Pearl River Community College recently elected class favorites. Sophomore class favorites on the Poplarville campus are Larke Bickham of Poplarville and Adam Smith, of Pascagoula. Freshman class favorites are Asia Thibodeaux of Gulfport and John Cornish of Olive Branch, not pictured. ...

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    USM STUDENTS GIVE BACK IN BIG EVENT

    Hundreds of students from the University of Southern Mississippi's Hattiesburg and Gulf Park campuses provided volunteer services as part of the sixth annual Big Event. The students fanned out across various sites in Hattiesburg and along the Gulf Coast to assist with painting, landscaping, cleaning...

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    ST. PATRICK TAKES 4th PLACE IN STATE MOCK TRIAL COMPETITION

    St. Patrick Catholic School won the fourth place title at the 31st annual Mississippi High School Mock Trial Competition sponsored by the Mississippi Bar Young Lawyers Division. The Hinds County Courthouse hosted 20 teams from all over the state for this year's competition. Team members are, from...

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