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High school band members reunite for Michael J. Fox Foundation parkinson's research benefit.  For Mart McMullan, it’s not adversity that defines you, but how you handle it.
Yet another hurdle has been thrown in the path of the Museum Trail, but Northsiders are certain they’ll be able to jump it.
With the future of the city and opportunity for growth in mind, Ridgeland has filed a petition to annex a section of land that Mayor Gene McGee says is the only viable option for growth.
Special Olympic plans annual benefit.
Developer Clint Herring is banking on a series of protective covenants/deed restrictions to garner support for his efforts to rezone Meadowbrook Office Park.

Gardening Glimpses

By MRS. HERMAN MCKENZIE,

I’ve come to expect, whenever something spectacular in the horticultural world takes place, whenever a critical need is being addressed with diligence, to find the Garden Club of Jackson’s hardworking, resourceful, imaginative group of members is behind it.


Varsity team

Members of Jackson Academy’s 2017 varsity baseball team are (from left, back) Coach Jay Powell, Chase Rush, John Porch, Parker Evans, Edwin Smith, Sam Ciaccio, John Raines, Baker Kirkland, Kellum Clark, Trent Tyre, Hunt Stevens, Noah Thigpen, Thad Bishop, Coach Parker Harris, Coach Bryan Madden; (front) Truett Brooks, Matthew Brown,Webb Strickl



Latin awards

St. Andrew’s Episcopal School students who received book awards for outstanding achievement in Latin are (from left) Charley Hutchison – Latin 4, Nicholas Mungan – AP Latin 5, Olivia Huckabay – Latin 3, Abby McCaughan – Latin 2, Aubrey Ward – Latin 1, and Addison Sharp – AP Latin 5.


Intellects

Madison Ridgeland Academy students (from left) Emory Ware and Arnob Iftekhar were selected as Most Intellectual through Who Who’s at the Features Pageant.






Varsity baseball

Jackson Prep varsity baseball team includes members (from left, back) Jerrion Ealy, Hudson Little, Adam Norsworthy, Travis Hudgins, Hayden Hill, Alex Gibbs, Spence Graves, Parker Gleason, Kole Crotwell, manager; (middle row) Coach Shane Bennett, Matt Mills, Christopher Russell, Knox Loposer, Matthew Myers, Will Warren, Gregory Oden, Duncan Jone


Sneak peek

First Presbyterian Day School recently welcomed the kindergarten class of 2017-2018 for a sneak peek into kindergarten. Shown are (from left) Ella Rose Ainsworth and Jack Milner.



French awards

St. Andrew’s Episcopal School students who received book awards for outstanding achievement in French are (from left) Ruth Ann Richardson – The Warren D. Reimers Prize in French, Elizabeth Angel – French 5, Darby Farr – French 4, Ian Espy – French 3, Wake Monroe – French 2, and Riley Charet – French 1.


Visual arts

Madison Central High School students voted Most Talented in Visual Arts are (from left) Elaina Hart, Dylan Tompkins and Levell Williams.


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Cheering for Jackson Prep this year are (from left, back) Eliza Hollingsworth, Margaret Dye, Livi Mathews, Addy Katherine Allen, Rosemary McClintock, Kennedy Cleveland, Rachel Rutledge, Mari Lampt