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The Woodville Republican, Thursday, February 8, 2018 Page 3 ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Announced this week by her parents, Amy and Thomas Greer, of Cent- sity in Starkville, where she was a member of Delta Gamma sorority. Centreville Academy Honor Roll ForThe Second Nine Weeks Centreville Academy has released the following hon- or rolls for the second nine weeks grading period: First grade A Honor Roll: Anniston Dickey, Karsyn Hurst, McKaela Jenkins, Halle Rainwater, Emilee Sullivan, Kaleigh Varnado, Alden Womble. A/B Honor Roll: Keaton Ford, Sophia Krueger, Linley McNabb, Denslea Mizell, Kenlee Vine. Second grade A Honor Roll: Macy Campbell, Tren- ton Havard, Kynslea Hurst, Karli Lambert, Haynes Par- rish, Karaline Vanderford. A/B Honor Roll: Cole Cupit, Jaxon Garner, Madison Ho- lifield, Martina Nimo, Mag- gie Sterling. Third grade A Honor Roll: Brayden Burrowes, Mary Gibson Greene, Aus- tin Halley, Madiso/1 Horne, Cache Ryan, Abigail Smith, Madeline Tomb. A/B Honor Roll: Cooper McNabb, Con- nor Perkins, Makenna Rob- inson, Abbigail Shell, River Wilson. Fourth grade A Honor Roll: Sydni Cruise, Emma McNabb, Parker Nettles, Logan Perry, John Austin Sterling. A/B Honor Roll: Hayden Ford, Jordyn Garig, Kelcei Harvey, Kylee Hunt, Mackenzie Payne, Tan- ner Shorey, Steven Silvan, Katelyn Vanderford. Fifth grade A Honor Roll: Grayson Greene, Madison Hall, Ty Kinabrew. A/B Honor Roll: Haze Andrews, CATHY MCCURLEY HONORED WITH RETIREMENT PARTY --- Long- time Woodville City Clerk Cathy McCurley, second from right, was honored with a retirement party held at Vintage Cafe in Woodville. At the event, held from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m on Friday, February 2, the honoree welcomed family members, fellow workers and friends who came to honor her for her 26 years of em- ployment with the Town of Wood- ville. She began her employment with the town on February 1, 1992, as a deputy clerk serving under the late City Clerk Frances Townsend. She was later elevated to the city clerk position where she served un- til January 31, 2018. The retiree served under four mayors starting with Ron Senko, and followed by Gary D'Aquilla, Sharon Robinson and current Mayor Keshia Stew- art. She is pictured at her recep- tion with Deputy City Clerks Elnora Veals, Tarwonna Walker and Linda Billeaudeau. -- Woodville Republi- can Photo by Andy J. Lewis Landon Bigner, Lathan reville, is the engagement The bridegroom-elect is Main, Layla Perry, Madelyn Promotional Film and forthcoming marriage the grandson of Betty and Scale. of Madelen Renee Greer Gerald Wheat of Brandon Sixth grade A Honor Roll: OnWoodville And to Cody Monroe Brister of and Reveland Wheat of Brooke Carpenter, Kaylea Wilkinson Co.Aired Bogue Chitto. The prospec- Brandon and Betty Brister Kimery, Brody Mouton, Lil- tive bridegroom is the son of McComb and the late L. lian Nettles, Graecie Rob- of Leah and Terry Brister V. Brister. He is a graduate inson, Mary Sartin, Rylee Just over 100 local resi- of Bogue Chitto. of Enterprise Attendance Shell, Emily Sterling. A/B dents and business lead- The couple will be mar- Center and MississippiHonor Roll: Logan Brown, ers gathered on Thursday, ried in Brookhaven on Sat- State University, where he Owen Clark, Baylie Ford, Feb. 1, at 6:00 p.m. at lthe urday, the third of March, received a Bachelor of Sci- India Kirkland, Koben Wilkinson County Park to in a ceremony performed by ence in Natural Resources Lambert, Ace Sellers, Eliza- see the first showing of a beautifully done promo- Dr. Dennis Johnsey. and Environmental Conser- beth Shoats, Carson Vine- tional film on Woodville and Grandparents of the vation with a concentration yard. bride-elect are Mary Lee in Natural Resources Law Seventh grade A Honor Wilkinson County. Dr. Stuart Rockoff, head Bell and the late Frank El- and Administration. HeRoll: Emma Bicker, Alex of Mississippi Humanities lis Bell, Jr and Ann and is currently employed as Kirkland, Lexlea Sterling. Council, spoke about the John Greer of Centreville. a marketing and technical A/B Honor Roll: Kyleigh types of projects the Missis- A graduate of Centreville specialist at Forestry Sup- Brunet, Nancy Carroll,sippi Humanities Council Academy, she received a pliers in Jackson. Joshua Hall, Peyton Jones. funds, and said they look Bachelor of Business Ad- Following their mar- Eighth grade A Honor forward to partnering with ministration in Manage- riage, the couple will make Roll: Lindsey Clark, Caleb other Wilkinson County en- ment and Marketing from their home in Bogue Chitto. Mississippi State Univer- ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED i'ii!i~ii~ili ~i~i~i~!~ii!,iiiiiii~i~ Kinabrew, Callie McDan- titles to provide funding for iels, Sarah McKey, Cayla history and culture-related Robinson, Julia Wells. A/B projects, i Honor Roll: Lana Dalton, Wo0dville/Wilkinso'n Savannah Halley, Tucker County Main Street Associ- ation director Polly Rosen- blatt thanked those who Lobrano, Jake Rushing. Ninth grade A Honor Roll: Lacy Darden, Preston McDaniels, Paige Miller. A/ B Honor Roll: Lane Carpen- ter, Alyssa Fletcher, Raven Garner, Haley Kinabrew, Courtney McKey, Kali Net- ties, Austin Payne, Emilea Roberts, Madeline Watson. Tenth grade A Honor Roll: Bailey Caste, Abby Hill, Cade Hurst, Olivia Triche. A/B Honor Roll: Matthew Bihm, Colby Welch, Layne Williams. Eleventh grade A Honor Roll: Wyatt Brabham, Tan- ner Cavin, Kambree Jus- tus, James Leggett, Macie Miley, Madalyn Peterson, Emily Rushing, Jennifer Wells. A/B Honor Roll: Haze participated in the making of the Bicentennial Film in November and December. The Wilkinson Countians recognized for giving hours of their time and their re- sources to the making of the film included the follow- ing: Adriene Carter Ashley, Savana Ashley, Kathy Bell; Andrea Jackson, Reginald Jones, James Leak, Doug LeBlanc, Lane McCarty, Jessie Marcelle, Cierra Sherman, Sally Treppen- dahl and Zachary Whet- stone. Filmmaker Tim Allison introduced the film and spoke about his positive experiences in Wilkinson County during the filming process. After the film presenta- tion the audience was in- vited to have refreshments donated by the following lo- SMCC Recognized Again For Community College Excellence Greer, Hunter Gross, Hunt- Twelfth grade A Honor Overbey, Grace Rollin. A/B For the second consecu-er James, Madison Nett'- Roll: Madison Dawson, Jace Honor Roll: Derrick Knight, tive year the Aspen Insti- erville, Caleb Sartin, Tyler DeLee, Bradie Garrett, Ash- Trace LaCoste, Tessa Mc- tute College ExcellenceThomassie. ton Guitreau, Mary SmithBeth, Ashby Schwartz. Program has recognized Southwest Mississippi Community College as one of the nation's top 150 com- munity colleges eligible to limn Rollins Foreman is be- The bridegroom-elect is award is the nation's sig- ing announced by her par- the grandson of the late nature recognition of high ents, An~anda Tullos Kelly Betty and William Foreman achievement and perfor- and Curtis Shane Kelly, of of Crosby and the late Wil- mance among America's Rock Springs, Wyoming. The helmina and Timmie Rol- community colleges. With prospective bridegroom is the lins of Busy Corner. A 2010 a singular focus on student son of Patricia Rollins Fore- graduate of Amite School success, the Aspen Prize man and Kenneth Michael Center and a 2016 graduate recognizes institutions Foreman of Crosby. of Mississippi State Universi- with outstanding achieve- The bride-to-be is the ty with a degree in Civil En- ments in four areas: learn- granddaughter of Renet gineering, he is employed by ing; certificate and degree and Larry Tullos of Sandy the U. S. Army Corps of En- completion; employment Hook and Dwayne Burns of gineers inVidalia, Louisiana. and earnings; and high lev- Bogue Chitto and the late The couple will marry on els of access and success for Judy Burns. A 2010 gradu- Saturday evening, Feb,i~ ary minority and low-income ate of Brookhaven Academy, seventeenth, in a six o clock students. she attended the University ceremony at Carson Springs Southwest Mississippi of Southern Mississippi and Baptist Church in SandyCommunity College was se- Dickinson State University. 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