My Brothers Keeper interns at the Center for Research, Evaluation, Environmental Policy and Change, (CREEP), from the central Mississippi area visited the Capitol for a tour and held discussions about their community work with Sen. John Horhn.
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Susan Marquez (left) is the new president of the Mississippi Writers Guild, a statewide non-profit organization of writers and aspiring writers. She replaced G. Mark LaFrancis (right) who was president since 2015. Marquez is a freelance writer who has experience in advertising and marketing.
The Jackson Police Department received the following reports for:
Beasley Road, 1800 block, business burglary, Entergy, June 27;
Beasley Road, 400 block, auto burglary, July 6;
Briarwood Drive, 100 block, stolen license plate, June 28;
Briarwood Drive, 400 block, auto theft, July 5;
Sydney Elizabeth Dehmer and David McCauley Fields were married April 22 at the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Raymond. The ceremony was officiated by the Rev. Michael O’Brien.
Elizabeth Ryan Ragsdale and John Houston Love were united in marriage April 28 in a family wedding at the Carillon Beach Chapel in Panama City. The ceremony was officiated by the Rev. Way Rutherford.
Dr. and Mrs. Edwin Jeff Gilmer Kennedy of Madison announce the engagement of their daughter, Frances Katherine Kennedy, to Matthew Creswell Denny, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Clancy Denny III of Jackson.
Sixth-graders at First Presbyterian Day School performed skits of the book “The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle.” Shown are (from left) Thomas Turner, Andrew Puckett, Kate Ferguson, Molly Baldwin, Gia Picarella, Caroline Hopkins, Charles Phillips, and Vanndel Chinchen.
Jackson Academy’s Showtime took second place in the large division at the Jackson Prep Showchoir Masters, first place as well as caption awards for best vocals and best overall effect at the South Jones Showchoir Invitational; first runner up and best visuals at the Oak Grove Magnolia Invitational, and first runner up and best visuals at the We