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ECCC Collegians to Present Fall Concert Nov. 13

Event Dates and Times

11/1/2017 - 11/13/2017
East Central Community College Huff Auditorium on the Decatur campus
ECCC Collegians to Present Fall Concert Nov. 13
East Central Community College’s rock and roll band, the Collegians, will present its fall concert at 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 13, 2017, in Huff Auditorium on the Decatur campus. Admission is free and the public is invited to attend. The popular group will present hits by Demi Levato, Kelly Clarkson, Niall Horan, Charlie Puth, Ed Sheeran and many more! Members include (front row, from left) technicians Christian Bounds of Lake, Jerome Odom of Forest, Christian Richardson of Union, Caleb Salley of McCool, Makayla Weaver of Conehatta, Kaylyn Smith of Carthage, Miriam Sanchez of Forest, Malcolm Chambers of Decatur, and Caleb McGrew of Meridian; saxophonist Jacob Dickerson of Philadelphia, drummer Cheston Jones of Louisville, keyboardist Jovani Mondragon of Forest, and trumpeter Daniel Street of Vero Beach, Fla.; and bassist Ken Jernigan of Noxapater, guitarist Hunter Dickerson of Philadelphia, auxiliary percussionist Ellie Hall of Mendenhall, vocalists Laken Winstead of Philadelphia, Jake Horton of Sebastopol, Brianna Whittle of Philadelphia, JoJo Grimes of Lake, Maggie Shoultz of Pelahatchie, and Tobey Smith of Lake; trombonist Taylor Hawkins of Morton, baritone Wesley Akins of Philadelphia, and director/guitarist Chas Evans.

Maria McLeod
Assistant to the Vice President for Public Information
East Central Community College
P.O. Box 129
Decatur, MS 39327
mmcleod@eccc.edu
601-635-6303
Fax: 601-635-4398

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ECCC Concert Choir, Vocé to Present Fall Program Nov. 16

Event Dates and Times

11/1/2017 - 11/16/2017
East Central Community College Vickers Fine Arts Center Auditorium on the Decatur campus
ECCC Concert Choir, Vocé to Present Fall Program Nov. 16

The East Central Community College Concert Choir and Vocé vocal ensemble will present their fall concerts at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 16, in Vickers Fine Arts Center Auditorium on the Decatur campus. There is no charge for admission and the public is invited to attend.

Choir selections will include “Jazz Cantate,” “Hark! I Hear the Harps Eternal,” “Betelehemu,” and Breath of Heaven.” Vocé will present “Time After Time,” “Mary, Did You Know,” and “Do You Hear What I Hear.”

Several vocal music majors will also be featured during the concert.

For more information, contact director Denise Riley at mdriley@eccc.edu or call 601-635-6225.

Maria McLeod
Assistant to the Vice President for Public Information
East Central Community College
P.O. Box 129
Decatur, MS 39327
mmcleod@eccc.edu
601-635-6303
Fax: 601-635-4398

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JCJC’s Bobcat Math League playoff teams decided

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11/1/2017 - 11/8/2017
Jones County Junior College
JCJC’s Bobcat Math League playoff teams decided

ELLISVILLE – In the last week of the Jones County Junior College’s Bobcat Math League, the final six teams’ winning records have determined the playoff schedule and who will continue the journey to the BML “Super Bowl” or final competition of the season. All season, the Sacred Heart Crusaders, Presbyterian Christian Bobcats and the Oak Grove Warriors have held onto their division leader titles. In the Archimedes Division, the Quitman Panthers and the West Jones Mustangs have switched places a couple of times with the Panthers managing to hold on to the division champs title and an earning an automatic bid to the playoffs. West Jones netted a wild card bid and is the last seeded team in the BML. Sacred Heart gets top billing with Oak Grove hot on their heels. Presbyterian Christian, Quitman and Wayne County finish out the top-five rankings.

Individually, Oak Grove’s Peter Liang keeps his overall Most Outstanding Player status and the title for the year for having the highest average accuracy rate. Fellow Warrior, Erin Choi rose up the ranks to be included in the All-League Team along with Olivia Viguerie and Abigail Weir. Sacred Heart’s Ben Dunn, Nick Gallardo, Cameron Miller and Remy Poirrier earned All-League-Team status. Presbyterian Christian’s Otoniel Duran-Hernandez and Gwen Rowzee of Northeast Jones High School also earned top individual honors.

In the final week of competition, Galileo Division leader, Sacred Heart not only whammed the Tigers of Northeast Jones 58 to 34, but the Crusaders also kicked the Tigers out of post-season play for the first time in several years. Like dominoes, the Northeast Jones’ loss had a ripple effect on other teams looking for another chance at post-season play. It opened the door for the Wayne County War Eagles to get a wild card bid after they decimated the Collins Tigers, 40 to 12.

The match between Wayne Academy and Heidelberg ended up knocking both teams out of the playoffs, even though the Jaguars won, 22 to 16, dropping the Oilers to third place in the Gates Division. Laurel couldn’t stop the pummeling from the Bobcats of Presbyterian Christian, losing 31 to 17.

Both, Columbia Academy and Perry Central could not muster a win keeping them out of post-season play. The Bulldogs of Perry Central lost to Quitman, 36 to 12, and the Cougars were trampled by West Jones, 39 to 21. The Braves of South Jones were hopeful they could capture a wild card bid with their rousing defeat of Sylva Bay, 24 to 15, however, they fell short in overall wins and points. Rounding out the Pythagoras Division’s results, Oak Grove overwhelmed the Raleigh Lions, 73 to 25.

The 2017 season of the JCJC Bobcat Math League will conclude with playoffs and a “Super Bowl” on Wednesday, November 8, beginning at 9 a.m. in the JCJC Home and Health Auditorium. The playoffs will be in a Jeopardy-style format with categories for science, technology, engineering, and math. Upon answering a question correctly, a player will have a chance to earn double points for the team, as well as earn a prize for himself or herself. The overall double-elimination format for the playoff competition will give each of the six teams two chances to earn the top monetary prize and title, “2017 JCJC Bobcat Math League Champions.” The public is invited to this free event.

Results from the weekly competitions are posted on the JCJC Bobcat Math League webpage under “Division Standings/Schedules at: www.jcjc.edu/bobcatmathleague/ and on the Bobcat Math League Facebook page: Bobcat Math League - Facebook. For more information about the Bobcat Math League contact Dr. Jessica Bunch (JCJC Bobcat Math League Commissioner) at 601-477-5422 or email at jessica.bunch@jcjc.edu.

Teresa McCreery
Jones County Junior College
Director of Media & Public Relations
Office: 601-477-4032
www.jcjc.edu

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Sumter Central High School Robotics Team

Event Dates and Times

11/1/2017 - 11/5/2017
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Greetings from the Sumter Central High School Robotics Team! We recently attended Shelton's BEST Robotics Competition. During the event, we placed 1st in three individual categories, and 3rd in one category. We placed 3rd overall. Now, we will be advancing to the South's BEST Regionals at Auburn. This is the first time in over 5 years that we advanced to Regionals. Not only do we want to celebrate our recent achievement, we want to ask for help. We are looking for sponsors to sponsor us in the competition. Sponsors are a huge aspect of Robotics, and it is part of our scoring to secure sponsors. We are in need of sponsors to donate money and/or supplies to the team. In return, we will do advertisements and other promotional activities for your business. Also, we can inform the public about what we have done this year for the comeptition. Please contact us at (205)-652-1501 or at this email xturner@alabamahass.org .

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JCJC costume contest winners

Event Dates and Times

11/1/2017 - 11/5/2017
Jones County Junior College
JCJC costume contest winners

ELLISVILLE – The fall weather brought out about one-thousand princesses, super heroes, goblins and ghouls to have fun at the annual Jones County Junior College Treats in the Streets on Halloween. Hundreds of kids participated in the costume contests for babies and teens, with the winners of the creatively dressed kids receiving treats, sweet prizes and games from the JCJC Office of Student Affairs.

College students who dressed the best were also given cash prizes for their efforts. Winning the Most Original category was Lexus Jackson of Laurel dressed as an Alien. The scariest JCJC student competing was Gregory Stewart of Seminary dressed as Bolderax the Orc. The Most Creative costume was worn by Anna Brice Taylor of Hattiesburg as “Jones in my Bones.” The Best Overall Costume went to Jedidiah Slover of Laurel as Lt. Dan from the movie, “Forrest Gump.”

Treats in the Streets is an annual, free, community event that is hosted by the JCJC Student Government Association and the city of Ellisville.

Teresa McCreery
Jones County Junior College
Director of Media & Public Relations
Office: 601-477-4032
www.jcjc.edu

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Four Important Things Everyone Should Know about Lung Cancer Screening

Event Dates and Times

11/1/2017 - 11/29/2017
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Four Important Things Everyone Should Know about Lung Cancer Screening during Lung Cancer Awareness Month
American Lung Association’s LUNG FORCE initiative highlights lifesaving lung cancer screening through ‘Saved By The Scan’ campaign
JACKSON, Miss. (November 1, 2017) – Lung cancer is the nation’s leading cause of cancer deaths, and every year 1,910 Mississippi residents are diagnosed with the disease. During Lung Cancer Awareness Month, the American Lung Association’s LUNG FORCE initiative is highlighting the new availability of a lifesaving tool – lung cancer screening.
One reason why lung cancer is so deadly is because by the time you have symptoms, it may already have spread and become more difficult to treat. Lung cancer screening with a low-dose CT scan is a powerful tool to diagnose lung cancer in individuals who are at high risk at an early stage, when it is much more likely to be curable. An estimated 9 million Americans are considered at high risk for lung cancer, and if only half of those at high risk were screened, more than 15,000 could be saved. Despite this lifesaving opportunity, fewer than 5 percent of high-risk Americans have been screened for lung cancer.
“No one is prepared to receive a cancer diagnosis,” said Nancy Smith, McComb resident, a Lung Association LUNG FORCE Hero. “On February 5, 2014, I was diagnosed with stage II lung cancer. After months of chemo and the removal of my left lung, I can happily say I became a lung cancer survivor in 2015. I knew that I wanted to support others, and raising awareness about lung cancer as well as lung cancer screening is critical to saving lives.”
According to the American Lung Association’s LUNG FORCE initiative, here are the top four things everyone should know about lung cancer screening:
1. A low-dose CT Scan is the only tool that reduces the lung cancer mortality rate for those at high risk. Low-dose CT scan is a special kind of X-ray that takes many pictures as you lie on a table that slides in and out of the machine. A computer then combines these pictures into a detailed picture of your body. It is painless and quick.

2. Screening is not recommended for everyone. Screening is recommended for those considered at high risk for the disease. To learn more about your risk, take the lung cancer screening eligibility quiz at SavedByTheScan.org and speak to your doctor if you think you may be at risk.

3. Awareness of lung cancer screening is critically low. Despite the lifesaving potential of screening, 84 percent of those who qualify are unfamiliar with the low-dose CT scan, according to the American Lung Association’s 4th annual Lung Health Barometer. To raise awareness about lung cancer screening, the American Lung Association’s LUNG FORCE initiative has partnered with the Ad Council to launch the “Saved By The Scan” public awareness campaign – urging everyone to learn more about lung cancer screening.

4. Screening is covered by most healthcare plans. Lung cancer screening is now covered by Medicare and most healthcare plans for those considered at high risk. However, according to the Lung Health Barometer, only 15 percent of those who qualify for screening are aware that it is covered by Medicare and most healthcare plans at no cost.
For media interested in speaking with a medical expert about lung health, lung cancer and lung cancer screening, contact Britney Reddick at the American Lung Association at Britney.Reddick@Lung.org or 470-233-7030.


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About the American Lung Association
The American Lung Association is the leading organization working to save lives by improving lung health and preventing lung disease, through research, education and advocacy. The work of the American Lung Association is focused on four strategic imperatives: to defeat lung cancer; to improve the air we breathe; to reduce the burden of lung disease on individuals and their families; and to eliminate tobacco use and tobacco-related diseases. For more information about the American Lung Association, a holder of the Better Business Bureau Wise Giving Guide Seal, or to support the work it does, call 1-800-LUNGUSA (1-800-586-4872) or visit: Lung.org.

American Lung Association • 55 W. Wacker Drive, Suite 1150 • Chicago, IL 60601
1-800-LUNGUSA (1-800-586-4872) Lung.org

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ECCC Plans Open House at Forest Career Advancement Center

Event Dates and Times

11/1/2017 - 11/13/2017
Forest Career Advancement Center 316 South Main Street
ECCC Plans Open House at Forest Career Advancement Center

East Central Community College is holding an open house for its new Forest Career Advancement Center from 4 to 6 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 13, 2017.

Tours of the facility will be available and refreshments will be served.

The ECCC Forest Career Advancement Center, which is a partnership with the city of Forest, is located at 316 South Main Street. The college is leasing the property from Aug. 1, 2017, to June 30, 2018, thanks to federal grant monies provided through the Mississippi Community College Board’s Office of Adult Education.

It is ECCC’s first Career Advancement Center in Scott County and gives the college a presence in all five counties it serves. The college also has centers in Leake County (Carthage), Neshoba County (Philadelphia/Choctaw), Newton County (Decatur), and Winston County (Louisville).

The center is allowing East Central Community College to increase its high school equivalency (formerly GED) offerings within the county to meet the needs of those wanting to obtain their diploma and help fill the employment needs of local industries, as well as offer additional workforce training opportunities and potentially evening for-credit academic courses.

For more information on the classes and training offered at the ECCC Forest Career Advancement Center, contact Ryan Clarke, ECCC director of adult basic education/high school equivalency, at 601-635-6387 or rclarke@eccc.edu.

Bill Wagnon
Associate Vice President for Public Information
East Central Community College
P.O. Box 129
Decatur, MS 39327
Office: 601-635-6242
Fax: 601-635-4398
Cell: 205-540-0515

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EMCC STUDENT SUCCESS STORY: ASHLEY CRUNK ...

Event Dates and Times

11/1/2017 - 11/12/2017
East Mississippi Community College
EMCC STUDENT SUCCESS STORY: ASHLEY CRUNK
Author’s work to be featured in national literary magazine

MAYHEW — It was shortly past midnight recently when Ashley Crunk checked her email and discovered that her fiction article had been among those selected for publication in “Nota Bene,” a Phi Theta Kappa anthology compiled of literary works.
“I came running into my mom’s room where she was asleep and yelled, ‘Mom, I got in,’” Crunk, 21, said. “She was like, ‘What?’ She had no idea what I was talking about. She didn’t process it until the next day.”
She then promptly fired off a text message to East Mississippi Community College Humanities instructor Marilyn Ford, a mentor and creative writing instructor who had encouraged Crunk to submit her article to the magazine. She too was asleep.
“I was excited all by myself,” Crunk said with a laugh.
Each year, Phi Theta Kappa whittles hundreds of submissions to the magazine down to about 30 to be included in the annual publication that was first printed in 1994.
“It’s a big deal,” Ford said. “As far as I know, Ashley is the first student from EMCC to be published in Phi Theta Kappa’s national magazine.”
Crunk’s short story, titled “Diary of a Dying Girl,” was first published in the 2016-17 edition of “Syzygy,” EMCC’s magazine of creativity that includes Awards of Excellence winners in categories such as ceramics, drawing, design, painting, photography, poetry and short fiction. Crunk’s article took first place in the short fiction category.
“Diary of a Dying Girl” chronicles the insidious scourge of cancer as the disease progresses its inexorable assault on 16-year-old Naomi Watkins. Naomi’s lifelong friend, Radley, is the story’s main narrator.
“The worst part of witnessing someone live through cancer is watching a human being slowly fall apart and deteriorate before the eyes,” Radley says. “Months passed at an agonizingly sluggish rate as Naomi began to grow weaker as her body slowly shut down. Her hair was completely gone as well as the eyebrows and eyelashes I had always admired.”
The story is punctuated with entries by Naomi into her diary.
“I’m falling apart,” Naomi writes. “I can’t feel my fingers. Cancer doesn’t kill people, chemotherapy does. Cancer didn’t cause me to lose my hair, chemo did. Chemotherapy saves me, but at what cost?”
Both Crunk’s great grandmother and uncle died of cancer. Crunk was 8 when her uncle was diagnosed with cancer. He died when she was 17.
“I used my uncle’s words when Naomi describes how cancer feels,” Crunk said. “I tried to portray the emotions cancer causes as much as I could.”
A Starkville native who resides in Mantee, Crunk graduated from EMCC in May with her associate’s degree in liberal arts. She plans to attend Mississippi State University and major in either creative writing or theater and broadcasting.
Regardless of her major, Crunk said she will continue to write.
“What I would really love to do is write cartoons,” Crunk said.
Ford said Crunk has the talent and drive to succeed as a writer.
“She is a beautiful writer,” Ford said. “I know her heart is in drama and theater as well, but she knows enough about writing and theater to make the two mesh and come together into something that is uniquely hers.”

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The EMBDC will have a ribbon cutting to celebrate Crooked Letter

Event Dates and Times

10/31/2017 - 11/3/2017
Crooked Letter 2120 B Front St. Meridian, MS
What: The EMBDC will have a ribbon cutting to celebrate Crooked Letter.

When: Friday, November 3rd at 10:00 a.m.

Where: 2120 B Front St.
Meridian, MS

Why: The EMBDC will have a ribbon cutting for Crooked Letter

Casey Holladay
Events Coordinator
East Mississippi Business
Development Corporation

200 22nd Avenue
Meridian, MS 39301

601-693-1306
601-693-5638
www.embdc.org

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Southern Cross Animal Rescue’s first Jail and Bail fundraiser

Event Dates and Times

10/31/2017 - 11/3/2017
Tractor Supply in Laurel
Headline: Public leaders support SCAR with Jail and Bail

Jones County leaders and businessmen are participating in Southern Cross Animal Rescue’s first Jail and Bail fundraiser, scheduled for Friday, Nov. 3 at Tractor Supply in Laurel.

The event will take place from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. The participants will be “jailed” in a cell in the store, and community members will pay their “bail” to let them out. The bail money will go to help animals at SCAR. Jail and Bail is a fundraiser that’s meant to be done with good humor and fun. Any members of the community who would like to bring their friends and surprise them by jailing them are welcome to do so.

SCAR plans to broadcast on Facebook Live from their page during the event, and photos may be posted of any new jailed participants.

Anyone wishing to help with bail has several choices: pay at Tractor Supply, call and pledge an amount that will be mailed, or pay SCAR through PayPal. SCAR is taking all donations that day, so anyone wishing to donate pet food, cleaning supplies or litter is welcome.

To participate further with the event, contact SCAR at 601-433-5807.

Tractor Supply is located off of Highway 15 at 1501 Northwest Dr. in Laurel.

Kelly Atwood
Radionian/Bobcat Press adviser
Jones County Junior College
900 South Court Street
Ellisville, MS 39437
601-477-4084
FAX: 601-477-4195

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UNVEILING OF MERIDIAN BLUES AND JAZZ MARKER ON THE MISSISSIPPI BLUES TRAIL

Event Dates and Times

10/31/2017 - 11/2/2017
25th Avenue and 5th Street, Meridian, MS
UNVEILING OF MERIDIAN BLUES AND JAZZ MARKER ON THE MISSISSIPPI BLUES TRAIL
Who: Lauderdale County Tourism and Visit Mississippi
What: Unveiling of Meridian Blues and Jazz marker on the Mississippi Blues Trail
Where: 25th Avenue and 5th Street, Meridian, MS
When: Thursday, November 2, 4 p.m.
Media and the public are invited to participate in the unveiling of the Meridian Blues and Jazz Marker on the Mississippi Blues Trail.
Meridian’s history of producing musical talent is well known. The Meridian Blues and Jazz Marker will highlight Meridian artists who have made an impact in the Blues and Jazz genres.
Several of the artists to be highlighted include:
Alvin Fielder and William Butler Fielder, Carlia “Duke” Oatis, Sherman Johnson, Cleo Brown, Barie Bryant, Lee Arthur Rhodes “The House Rocker”, Lovie Lee, Carey Bell, Jamell Richardson “The Gulf Coast Blues Boy”, Duke Hethro, Ernest Stewart, Cap King, Rosser Emerson, Cooney Vaughn

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Missing Person

Event Dates and Times

10/31/2017 - 11/4/2017
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Adrien Watkins
DOB 03/11/2001
Blonde hair- blue eyes
Last seen in Hillsboro, MS October 25th 2017

5'6" 150lbs

His mother Kimberly Watkins 601 900 5219.

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PUBLIC INVITED TO ATTEND EMCC’S ‘PROUD TO BE AN AMERICAN DAY

Event Dates and Times

10/31/2017 - 11/7/2017
East Mississippi Community College Lyceum Auditorium on the Golden Triangle campus
PUBLIC INVITED TO ATTEND EMCC’S ‘PROUD TO BE AN AMERICAN DAY’

MAYHEW — Columbus Air Force Base commander Col. Douglas C. Gosney will be the guest speaker Nov. 7 at East Mississippi Community College’s annual “Proud to an American Day.”
The public is invited to attend the free event, which will begin at 9:30 a.m. in the Lyceum Auditorium on the Golden Triangle campus. The annual event honors all men and women who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces.
This year’s theme will pay special tribute to the U.S. Air Force and Columbus Air Force Base. This year marks the Air Force’s 70th anniversary since its creation in 1947 when then President Harry S. Truman signed the National Security Act. The first 100 enlisted men arrived at what is now Columbus Air Force Base five years earlier in 1942 after the War Department approved establishment of an Army Air Field for the Columbus area, according to the base’s website.
EMCC President Dr. Thomas Huebner, the West Lowndes County High School Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps Color Guard and EMCC’s Concert Choir will also participate. EMCC’s Student Government Association is organizing the event, which is expected to last about an hour.
Area elected officials, state legislators and members of area Veterans of Foreign Wars and local American Legions have been invited to attend.
“When you see these veterans come in they have so much love of country,” EMCC Dean of Student Affairs Cathy Kemp said. “I want our students to feel that sense of pride and appreciation. When our students see what America means to these veterans, it can’t help but have an impact on them.”
For more information about “Proud to be an American Day,” contact Cathy Kemp at (662) 476-1979 or ckemp@eastms.edu.
Michael Stewart, publications coordinator
Office: (662) 476-8417 Cell: (601) 701-1490

Rocky Higginbotham, director of public information
Office: (662) 476-5013 Cell: (601) 604-2056

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MCC Calendar of Events - Nov. 2017

Event Dates and Times

10/31/2017 - 11/28/2017
Meridian Community College
November 2017 Calendar of Events
Workforce Development class, Basic Life Support, Nov. 3, 1-5 p.m., 601-482-7445.
Basketball: Nov. 6: MCC vs. East Mississippi Community College, 5:30 p.m., women; 7:30 p.m., men. Nov. 9, MCC vs. Bishop State, 5:30 p.m., women; 7:30 p.m., men. Graham Gymnasium, Sander Atkinson, 601-484-8707.

Personal Enrichment class, Grassroots to Nonprofit, Nov. 7-Dec. 5, Tuesday, 5:30 p.m., 601-482-7445.

Veterans Day Program, Nov. 7, 11 a.m., Graham Gym, Pam Baranello, 601-553-3468.

Workforce Development, OSHA Construction 30 Hour, Nov. 8, 10, 17 and Dec. 1, 8 a.m. -4:30 p.m., 601-482-7445.
Workforce Development, QuickBooks, Nov. 9- Dec. 14, 5:30-8:30 p.m., 601-482-7445.
Personal Enrichment class, Cooking Class – Hors d’oeuvres for the Holidays, Nov. 9, 6 p.m., 601-482-7445.

Workforce Development, Forklift Training, Nov. 10, 8 a.m. -5 p.m., 601-482-7445.
Workforce Development, Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support, Nov. 10, 8 a.m. -5 p.m., 601-482-7445.
Workforce Development, ServSafe Food Seminar, Nov. 11, 8 a.m. -5 p.m., 601-482-7445.
Workforce Development, OSHA General Industry 10-hour, Nov.13-15, 5- 8:30 p.m., 601-482-7445.
Art exhibit and reception featuring the works Mississippi College Art Professor Carrie Reeves, Nov. 14, 5:30 p.m., Miller Art Gallery, John Marshall, 601-484-8647.

Personal Enrichment, Holiday Decorating with Ribbon and Mesh, Nov. 14, 5:30 -7p.m., 601-482-7445.

MCC Arts & Letters Series production, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Nov. 16-18, 7 p.m., and Nov. 19, 2 p.m., McCain Theater, Dr. Todd Brand, 601-484-8678.

Personal Enrichment, Entertaining This Holiday Season, Nov. 16, 5:30 -7p.m., 601-482-7445.

Workforce Development, Pediatric Advanced Life Support, Nov. 17, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., 601-482-7445.
Thanksgiving break, Nov. 20-26. Classes will resume Nov. 27.

Personal Enrichment, Holiday Fun: Christmas, Nov. 28, 4 p.m., 601-482-7445.

Arts & Letters Series concert, Christmas Gala, Nov. 28, 7 p.m., McCain Theater, Dr. Todd Brand, 601-484-8678.

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14th Annual Prayer Breakfast

Event Dates and Times

10/31/2017 - 11/11/2017
Rush Hospital - Main Dining Room
14th Annual Prayer Breakfast
Nov. 11th at 8:00 am
Hosted by:
members of Reflections of Life Association
Donations should be made payable to:
Reflections of Life Association, Inc.
(601) 604-2526
Bill Watson
President / Founder


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