Debbie Cannon, state president of the Mississippi State Society Colonial Dames 17th Century, recently visited with the Elizabeth Tilley Chapter in Southaven in the home of President Dorothy Heron. Attending were (from left) Cannon, Nita Thompson, Billy Breedlove, Judy Byars, Herron, Diane Coleman-Horne, and Kathy Brewer.
SummerHouse Furniture and Interior Design and Noggins Organic Salon recently co-hosted their second annual fashion runway event at SummerHouse.
The Baptist Foundation Board of Regents include (from left, back) Chris Anderson, vice president of Mississippi Operations, Baptist Memorial Health Care Corporation; Chris Coleman; Doug Hederman; W. Andy Wimberly; Tom Underwood; William C. Ashford,; Arthur F. “Skip” Jernigan; Dolph Baker; H. Chris Waterer; Mary Shapley; Lee Carson; Dudley D.
Gathered together at a recent Welcome Neighbor Club meeting are (from left) Kathleen Schutze, president; Clayton Pepper, guest singer; Darlene Roberts, and Barbara Pepper.
Longtime investigative journalist Jerry Mitchell was the guest speaker at a recent meeting of the Madison-Ridgeland Rotary Club.
The Madison County Business League & Foundation honored retired Congressman Gregg Harper and his wife Sidney at a reception recentlly.. More than 200 guests attended the event. Shown (from left) are Executive Director Jan Collins, Congressman and Mrs. Harper and Board Chairman Cecil Harper.
The Rotary Club of Jackson welcomed Steve Hutton, (left) executive director, Mississippi Fair Commission, as guest speaker at a recent meeting. Hutton has more than 30 years of experience in managing professionally developed high-attendance events. He is shown with Julian Watson.
The teens of Sweet Apple, Ohio are ready to welcome Conrad Birdie to town in the musical comedy Bye Bye Birdie June 27-30 at the Madison Square Center for the Arts
Chris Brantley (center) recently joined the Rotary Club of North Jackson. The Rotary Club of North Jackson meets at the Rickhouse in Jackson on Tuesdays. Also shown are Kevin Russell (left), and Brantley’s father Chris Brantley, also club members.
The Annandale Chapter Daughters of the American Revo-lution met recently at the Country Club of Jackson. Priscilla Harper, (right) MSSDAR organizing secretary, presented a program entitled “Looking for Ways to Revitalize Your Chapter”. The chapter made a donation in honor of Priscilla to Rosalie Mansion.