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Joseph Rosen was recently named rabbi for the Beth Israel Congregation in Jackson. The Rochester, Minn. native holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Brandeis University and a master’s degree and Ordination from Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion in Cincinnati.
Jackson’s convention center could soon have new management.
The Lumumba administration announced last week that it was planning to issue a request for proposals for new managers for the Jackson Convention Complex (JCC).
Growing up, Ann was a feral child who never wore shoes to play. She thinks the perfect number of dogs in a home is five. Two years ago, she had a sudden revelation to open a pet store. She thinks Pillsbury frozen biscuits taste better than most homemade versions. Nothing makes Ann tear up like seeing a homeless kitten.
A Hinds County chancery judge had disqualified three attorneys seeking to halt water shutoffs in the city of Jackson.
Yesterday, Judge Tiffany Grove ruled that attorneys Pieter Teeuwissen, Anthony Simon and Jeffrey Graves do have a conflict in the case.
On Friday, September 13, 2019, at approximately 3:10 AM, a Madison police officer while on patrol observed a male subject acting suspiciously at the Exxon Fuel Station on Highway 51 that had been closed for the night. The officer also observed a vehicle which was occupied by another male subject near the gas pumps at the station.
A plan to rezone the Meadowbrook Office Park as a mixed-use district has sparked debate among Northsiders.
Some support the idea, saying the rezoning is needed to keep the area vibrant, while others argue the plans could increase traffic on relatively calm neighborhood streets.
If it seems the Sanderson Farms Championship is a little earlier this year, it is.
The earlier time is one of the many changes Northsiders will notice at the event this year, which carries the largest purse in tournament history and promises to bring in even more top professional golfers than in years past.
Jackson Prep recently held its Precis Pageant. Students voted Wittiest Girl and Boy were (from left) Annie Rogers and Will Gage.
The Rotary Club of North Jackson recently recognized four members of the club with perfect attendance. The Rotary Club of North Jackson meets at noon at the Rickhouse in Jackson. Shown are (from left) Charlie Johnson, 26 years; Jim Stanley, 38 years; Bill Osborne, one year; and Erik Heron, 41 years.
First Presbyterian Day School K3 students celebrated Rodeo Day in preschool. Shown are (from left) Gray Sledge, Pippa Smith, Megan Parks, William Boerner and Wyatt Bufkin.
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Thomas Wasson (center) was recognized for earning his Eagle Scout rank at Troop 8’s February Court of Honor at First Baptist Church of Jackson. His Eagle Project benefitted the Mississippi Natural Science Museum. Wasson joins more than 600 Eagle Scouts from Troop 8 since 1921. He is shown with his parents Tara and Gene Wasson.
The River Hills Club River Rats swim team placed second out of 13 teams in the 2019 Jackson Swim Association’s City Meet.
St. Andrew’s Episcopal School has 10 alumni entering medical school in University of Mississippi Medical School Class of 2023. They are (from left, back) Mary Liza Almand, Hina Qureshi, Jasmine McNair, Baylor Obert, Graham Grogan; (front) Sarah Chase Dulske, Madyson Brown, Avery Villeret, Olivia Becker, and Galina Ostrovsky.
Madison Middle School presented “Aladdin, Jr.” as their fall schoolwide musical. Students were chosen by audition for roles as the cast and dancers. Sixth-grade choir students sang as the chorus, while others assisted with sets, and former students served as crew.
St. Richard 3rd Grade Students presented a play based on the book The Great Kapok Tree by Lynne Cherry while studying biomes. Students created the set and their costumes for the play based on their research of plants and animals in the Amazon Rainforest. Shown (from left) Susie Steckler, Zuri Hays, John Brody Fournet, and James Harris.
St. Andrew’s Episcopal School’s May Day will be celebrated May 3, at 6 p.m. on the south campus in Jackson. The theme is “A Few of My Favorite Things,” specifically, the students’ favorite things about the St. Andrew’s community.
A true southern gentleman, Joshua Green, Esquire, passed away on August 11, 2019. His family will greatly miss our wise, generous uncle, who as the repository of our family lore, was our treasured storyteller, brilliant wit and raconteur.
Jackson Prep recently held its Precis Pageant. Students voted Most Versatile were (from left) Mary Price Montagnet and Charlie Ott.
Mississippi education officials are predicting that, even with the state’s intense focus on improving reading skills in the lower elementary grades, about 20 percent of third-graders will receive a failing score on the proficiency test they recently took.
Jackson Academy junior, recently toured Mississippi State University’s Mitchell Memorial Library. A member of JA’s Upper School band, Elliott is one of the school’s Jernberg Scholars and participates in the Rankin County Chamber of Commerce’s Youth Leadership program.
Madison Central High School January students of the month are (from left, back) Patricia Bethea, Jenny Chapin, Elle Muirhead, Christian Berry, Grant Darling; (second row) Ta’preka Brown, Emma Christy, Mya Hayes, Ian Brown; (front) Chance Trammell, George Kotev, Will Scoggins and Chris Ogburn. Not pictured: Quinn Crothers and Anna Francis.
Two Madison-Ridgeland Rotarians recently earned their Paul Harris +1 designations with the international civic organization. Past President Don Burnham and longtime Sergeant-at-Arms Pat McNulty were awarded the distinction for attaining a $2,000 level of giving to the Rotary International Foundation.
Cathy Haynie, head of school at Christ Covenant School, is serving JAAIS (Jackson Area Association of Independent Schools) as president this year. JAAIS is an organization serving approximately 20 schools in the greater Jackson area.
St. Andrew’s Episcopal School seniors AJ LeFlore and Nathan Barham committed to playing football at the collegiate level. LeFlore will play at Tennessee State University, and Barham will play at Northeast Mississippi Community College.
The Jackson chapter of PEO recently celebrated the chapter’s 70th anniversary. PEO is an international organization that provides scholarships for women. Shown are (from left) Jill Everett, corresponding secretary; Tricia Redditt, recording secretary; Laura Lee Mullens, president; Diana Walkinshaw, vice president; Gaye Townsend, treasurer.