Flood relief

Residents of Reunion Madison answered the call for assistance to their fellow citizens victimized by the floods brought by Hurricane Harvey in Texas.  Packing the first of many trucks of water and household goods are Reunion staff (from left) Josh Owens, Clay Johnston, Chris Jackson and Casey Smith.


Each year First Presbyterian Day School adopts a ministry for families and students to support. The 2017-2018 mission project is Mission First, located in the city of Jackson. Lee Thigpen (back), Mission First director, recently spoke to students during chapel to kick off the year of partnership and giving.

Lions speaker

Congressman Gregg Harper recently spoke to the Madion Lions Club. Shown are (from left) Lions Matthew Kirk, Joshua Gates, Rep. Harper,  Lion Steve Haskins.

Ribbon cutting

Jackson Eye Associates recently celebrated with a ribbon cutting ceremony in honor of their new Madison office location. Shown are (from left, back) Hugh Warren IV, Shane Humphries, Laura Ayers, Ben Higginbotham; (middle row) Julie Young, Mary Spicer Robinson, Phillip C.

Spirit of enterprise

The Madison County Business League and Foundation Government Affairs Committee recently hosted a breakfast meeting in the law offices of Butler Snow to honor and present the Spirit of Enterprise awards to Sen. Roger Wicker and Rep.

Von Dunaway

Von Dunaway was joined by members of the Metro Jackson Lions Club recently in celebrating his 102nd birthday. Dunaway, a longtime member of the club, was honored with an ice cream cake and a chorus of “Happy Birthday.” The club meets Monday at Scrooge’s.