Mr. and Mrs. John Morell Sumner Jr. announce the engagement of their daughter, Shelby Neal Sumner, to Robert Gary Dye Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gary Dye of Jackson.
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Mr. and Mrs. William Thomas Kemp III announce the engagement of their daughter, Caroline Derivaux Kemp, to David William Alexander Elmore, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Wallace Elmore of Greenwood.
Making plans for the Debutante Mother’s Club luncheon to be held Friday, December 8 are (from left) officers Lyn McMillin, first vice president; Collette McIntyre, corresponding secretary; Pam Butts, treasurer; Holly Buchanan, president; Frances Cole, advisor. The luncheon will welcome the mothers of the newly recognized debutantes of 2017.
The official commemorative poster for the 11th USA International Ballet Competition was revealed at a recent news conference at Thalia Mara Hall. Standing next to an enlargement are (from left) W.D.
The Colonial Dames of America, America’s Oldest Colonial Society, award the Jackson chapter the President’s Award for Excellence for its work in restoration and digitization of records in Marion County. The award carried with it a check for $1,000 to be used on the project.
St. Andrew’s Episcopal School’s lower school students recently learned about and celebrated Diwali, the Hindu Festival of Lights.
The St. Joseph Catholic School girls swim team won the state championship recently at the state championship swim meet held at the Tupelo Aquatic Center. The St. Joseph boys swim team was runner-up to the state championship.
Stdents (from left) Dolph Maxwell and Maggie Smith, seniors at Jackson Academy, have been nominated for the Wendy’s High School Heisman, an award that recognizes the nation’s scholar-athletes who demonstrate characteristics of respect, excellence in education and athletics, and service to their communities.
Representing First Presbyterian Day School in the Mississippi Association of Independent Schools District Spelling Bee were (from left) Harrison Fulcher, Nichols Katsaboulas, and Helen Fulcher.