Magnolia Youth League Announces Flag Football Registration
Registration for Magnolia Youth League NFL Flag Football will be held Saturday, October 6, from 9 a.m. until noon at the Crawford Sports Complex. This will be for girls and boys leagues, ages 6-7, 8-9, and 10-12. Registration fee is $45 and October 6 is the last day to register. For more info, call Lance Clement (473-2582) or Jeff Bynum (473-3269).
Walker Cemetery Cleaning Is Oct. 6
The annual Walker Cemetery cleaning will be held Saturday, October 6. All family and friends are invited to come early with yard tools for cleaning and your favorite covered dish to share during the lunch fellowship. If you have questions contact Sheila Nelson, (662) 473-1295.
Lions Schedule Pancake Breakfast
The First of the Month Lion’s Pancake Breakfast will be held Saturday, October 6, from 6:30-9 a.m., in the Depot Building on Main Street. The regular menu, all you care to eat of pancakes, sausage, coffee and juice, will be served for only $5 per plate.
Lion’s cheese will also be available.
“Come out and enjoy a great meal, some fine fellowship, and pick up your supply of cheese,” says Lion Ernie Aune.
VFW Seeks Support To Provide Care Packages For Troops
V.F.W. Post 4100, located at 11535 Highway 315, Water Valley, sponsors a Family Support Group for the families of the 289th Vertical Construction Company. These troops, who are now serving in Afghanistan, are mostly from the Water Valley and Bruce areas.
“We are building care packages with snack foods to send overseas to the troops,” stated Commander Sam Phillips. If you would like to donate non perishables contact Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 4100, Water Valley, phone 473-4456 or (cell) 578-1544. The community is also urged to attend a support group meeting October 9 beginning at 7 p.m.
Prime Country Performs At Saturday VFW Dance
The regular VFW Post 4100 Saturday night dance will be held this week October 6 in the Post Home, located at 11535 Highway 315, west of Water Valley. Entertainment will be provided by Prime Country from 8 p.m.until midnight. “Everyone is invited to come out and enjoy listening, or dancing, to the music,” says Commander Sam Phillips.
Oxford Chapter Of the Sons Of The American Revolution Meet Oct. 11
The Oxford Daniel Mckie Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution will be meeting on Thursday, October 11th at 6 p.m. in the auditorium of the Regional Library on Bramlett Avenue. Chapter members will be available to assist anyone interested in membership. The public is welcome. Stop by, learn who we are and meet some very nice people. For further information contact Kenneth Middleton @ 714-4016 or email@example.com.
Lions Schedule Roadblock On Friday
The annual Lion’s Club White Cane Road Block for their Sight Program will be held Friday, October 5, in the afternoon. This will be done at several positisions along main Street. All monies collected during this road block will be used entirely for sight programs of the club.
Memorial Meeting Set For Paris Cemetery
The annual Paris Cemetery memorial meeting will be held Saturday, October 6. A business meeting will begin at 11 a.m. This will be followed by a pot-luck dinner. If you cannot attend, but wish to make a contribution, it may be mailed to: Marguerite K. Cook, Paris, MS 38948.
TVEPA Schedules Annual Meeting Friday In Batesville
BATESVILLE – Tallahatchie Valley Electric Power Association (TVEPA) will hold its annual membership meeting Friday, October 5 at 2 p.m.
Three incumbent TVEPA directors — Jeff Herron, Gene T. Standridge and Melvin Toole — are nominated for re-election and are expected to be returned to their posts on the nine-member board.
In the TVEPA annual report that accompanied proxies mailed to the electrical cooperatives’ members, Chief Executive Officer Brad Robison described completion of “four large projects” to increase service capacity.
“Two projects converted small, older wire to larger wire to accommodate load growth and increase reli- ability,” Robison stated.
“Two other projects consisted of converting the voltage of existing lines to higher voltage to improve the service in areas incorporated by these projects,” the CEO continued. “In most cases it practically consists of rebuilding the electrical lines and infrastructure.”
TVEPA provides electrical service to about 27,000 in portions of nine counties.
The meeting will be held in the auditorium of the TVEPA building at 250 Power Drive in Batesville.