Mason Nichols (center) was recognized for earning his Eagle Scout rank at the February Court of Honor at First Baptist Church of Jackson. His Eagle project benefitted The Mustard Seed. Nichols a member of Troop 8 at First Baptist Jackson and a ninth-grader at Jackson Prep. He is shown with his parents Kim and Michael Nichols.
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William Meck (center) was recognized for earning his Eagle Scout rank at the February Court of Honor at First Baptist Church of Jackson. His Eagle project benefitted Gateway Rescue Mission. Meck is a member of Troop 8 at First Baptist Jackson and a ninth-grader at Jackson Academy. He is shown with his parents Jackie and Shani Meck.
The third annual Women in Rotary event featured special presentations from (from left) District 6820 Past District Governor Roscoe Greene; Miss Mississippi Anne Elizabeth Buys; and Nancy Hungerford, recipient of the 2018 Pat Fordice Award for Humanitarian and Community Service.
Jackson Academy recently hosted its annual Features Pageant. Voted favorites for the senior class are (from left) Luke Pitts, Mary Mitchell, Will Laird, Emma Lucas, Max Rogers, Brehan Whitehead, Olivia Stringer, and Walker Pedigo.
A group of members of the Brownie troop meeting at First Presbyterian Day School held a sidewalk cookie sale to benefit Mission First. Presenting a check for $250 to Head of School Gary Herring (back) are (from left, front) Grace Creasey, Lucy Smith, Tinsely Ferris, Elizabeth Mann, Katherine Ritchie, and Anne Fair Lucas.
Madison Central High School seniors awarded most talented in visual arts are (from left) Will Humphreys and Mia Parker.
Several sixth-graders in St. Richard Catholic School’s STREAM (Science, Technology, Religion, Education, Art, Math) program submitted an entry to the eCybermission contest Army Educational Outreach Program and placed as one of the top three scoring teams in the Southeast Region. They are now advancing to the regional competition.
Back from my afternoon bounce and run with dog Roo Roo, and not quite time for my slow motion walk with June Cleaver, I was catching my breath when the phone rang.
“I got your text message, Grand Lottie,” Christian Boggan said. “What’s this about you needing me to pick up you and another lady at 2:00 in the morning next week?”
Jackson Prep Visual Art students participated in the Annual 2018 Scholastic art competition. Prep received 86 awards made up of 1 American Vision Nominee, 17 Gold keys, 19 Silver Keys (2 National Silver Keys) and 47 Honorable Mentions.
St. Andrew’s Episcopal School’s 3A MHSAA State Champion varsity boys basketball team greeted lower school students at carpool, visiting classrooms and signing
team posters. Shown are (from left, back) Wynn Garriga, Fletcher Clark, Garrison Wade, Nolan Turner, Hughes Boling, assistant coach Michael Timmer, assistant coach