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The Woodville Republican, Thursday, February 22, 2018 Page 5 INVITATION Classified ads must be paid in advance: $12 for up to 60 words. Every word over 60 word limit, addi- tional 13 per word: Tear sheets cost $5. Deadline for all classified ads is Friday at noon. No exceptions! Mail to P.O. Box 696, Wood- ville, MS 39669. We, the Oak Hi]] First Zion Baptist Church Faro- (Continued From Page 4) ily, would like to invite all TO come and worship with us. Superintendent Jackson School Board President Lin- Service times are the 1st and stated School Board Attar- da Boyd stated we had sev- 3rd Sundays at 9:00 a.m. Bi- ney Nathaniel Armistad eral things to happen about ble study is every Thursday played a major role in aid- our facilities in the last year at 6:45 p.m. Yours in Christ. ing with the ACT club and or so, so she feels we need to -- The Oak Hill First Zion thanked him for prqvjdi' pg wait untilwe get a handle on BC Family; Rev. LeReginald the yard-signs. She contin- the break-ins and etc. Walk- R. H. Jones, pastor/preacher ued by thanking Chavis er asked if he added secu- Bradf6rd, Trilneka Gaines, rity, would it help any. Boyd INVITATION and Laponta Jones for play- stated the break-ins didn't ing a major rol'6 in the ACT hap~n during the day but The Mount Pleasant club. that is her concern. School Wilkinson County School District High ACT Test Achievers Recognized 1/tf Mission m'y~ Baptist Church Superintendent Jackson Board Member Frederick INSPECTIONS: As- would like to cordiallyextend notified the beard of the Anderson stated he thinks surace Home Inspections, an invitation for you tojoin us school ~sitation form. She we should revisit the use of LLC. Licensed inspections during the 2nd and 4th Sun- continued by s~mting they facilities policy and make a from roof to foundation, days in February as we cel- will be required TO compliance- decision based on the policy. Call Kelly at 601-431-2227. ebrate Black History Month. the form upon entering Those voting "yaye" were ': 2/1/18, 218/18, 2/15/18,2/22/18 This year we will honor the the buildings for site visits. Johnny Smallwood, Billy FOR SALE: 2006 Fleet- late Ms. Anne Moody of She continued by stating Spiller, Frederick Anderson, wood mobile home, 14' x 60', Centreville, an unsung Civil the board members have to and Fannie Bateaste. LindaLaila Montgomery Ranlissihia Tickles 3BR, 1BA, in good condition Rights heroine. We ask that complete eight (8) hours and Boyd voted"nay". with refrigerator, stove and you wear purple during the they do not have to be cam- School Board Member Bil- The Wilkinson County ing the first term of office, central MC. $9,900. Call Black History Month. Our pleted at one time. ly Spiller asked for details en School District is very proud she hopes TO be reelected. 601-431-5450. Black History Program will On. motion by Fannie the process for handling bus to highlight two of its out- When her second term is 2/1/18, 2/8/18, 2/15/18, 2222/18 be the 4th Sunday in Febrn- Bateaste, seconded by Fred- breakdowns when they are standing students for their over, she wants to be an ary, same being February 25, erick Anderson, and car- out of the district. Transpor- high achievement on theambassador to any country. at 3:00 p.m. Chaplain Roscoe tied by unanimous vote, the tation Director Jean Jones ACT test. Throughout her political ten- INVITATION Barnes, III Ph.D will be the board accepted the school says normally either her- Laila Montgomery is an ure, she plans on authoring guest speaker. Dinner will visitation form. self or Head Mechanic Jef- eighth grader at William Wi- an autobiographical series Nathaniel Baptistbe served. Superintendent Jackson frey Knight would report to nans Middle School. Laila is and multiple fiction series. Church, located at Hwy. 33 stated she has been work- the site. Jones continued by the proud daughter of Vic- Ranlissihia Tickles is a South, Centreville, invites I]%rVITATION ing with Kay Clay, MSBAstating that if they are un- toria and Wender Bickham, senior at Wilkinson County you to attend our Youth Policy Consultant, on the able to get there in a timely Sr and Mark and Rocelyn High School. Black History Program on We, the officers and mem- policy revisions. She contin- manner, she would call the Fredrick. She is the daughter of Sunday, February 25, at 11 bers of the Bleak House Bap- ued by stating Sections A, Transportation Director in Laila s plans for the fu- Yolanda Harris and the late a.m. Our guest preacher will tist Church, cordially invite B, and C are complete andthe area of the breakdown ture are to inc~o=~o her ACT= Randy Tickles. be Pastor Anthony Patterson you to our DeacOn Anniver- ready for review~ and will for assistance. She also score as she scored a 27 her Ranlissihia has always and the King Solomon Bap- sary which will be held at be approved at the NoVem~ stated she calls the other very first time taking the been a goal-driven young tist Church family. We look noon on the fourth Sunday in ber Regular Board Meet-Transportation Directors to test. She also plans to gradu- lady and has always excelled forward to seeing you and February, same being Febru- ingl School Board Attorney let them know that we will ate as valedictorian of beth academically. your family in worship with ary 25. Come and let us exalt Nathaniel Armistad tolcl have buses in their area. her middle school and high Ranlissihia is a stu- us!! May God bless and keep His name together. Yours in the board TO make a motion Spiller asked what do we school classes, dent-athlete and an active you is our prayer. -- Servant Christ. -- Rev. Reginald L. to put the discussion on the do if the alternator goes out. Laila's other goals in life member of several dubs at for the Lord, Rev. Robert L. Jackson & the Bleak House floor. A motion was made by Jones stated that if we can- are to obtain a full scholar- Wilkinson County High. Scott, Jr. (pastor-teacher) Baptist Church Family Fannie Bateaste. ~ put the not get any help, we would ship and attend a suitable Her most recent academic discussion on the floor. Said tow the bus to the nearest university to major in Pc- achievement was achieving INVITATION INVITATION motion was seconded by location, preferably a school litical Science and graduate a composite score of 26 on Frederick Anderson. School district or a major shop until summa cure laude with aACT, The St. Matthew Bap- Mount Zion CME Church, Board Member Frederick we receive the part. A brief perfect 4,0 GPA. Upon graduation from tist Church #1 would like located at 4768 Highway 48 Anderson asked if the board discussion followed No ac- After college, she plans to high school Ranlissihia plans to invite you to our annual East in Centreville, is host- will be able to make any red tion was taken, become either a senator or to major in Political Science Christian Around The Clock ing its Annual Around The line adjustments or notes to Superintendent Jackson representative, run for presi- at Mississippi State Univer- Program on Sunday, March Clock Program on Sundaydiscuss later. Armistad stat- stated that our libraries dent, and become the first sity. Her aspiration in life is 11, being the second Sunday, afternoon, February 25, at 3 ed there will be few changes have to be updated to Media African-American female to to become a state prosecutor. at 3 p.m. We are looking o'clock. The program is span- to thosesections.Abriefdis- Centers. She continued by hold the office. After finish- --(Sub~tt~Arti~e) forward to seeing you there, sored by Reverend Jasoncussion followed. - stating the district lost our Thanking you in advance. -- McLeod and Sister Jearldine On motion by Johnny last accreditation status in Detroit Diesel Consent De- have been approved, and we Pastor William Wells; Sister Smith. Please join us as we Smallwood, secondedby 2015, and we need the Li- cree Program. School Board have to give up five (5) old Ellen Earl worship the Lord with song Billy Spiller, and carried by brary Media Center Policy Attorney Nathaniel Armis- buses that will only be used INVITATION and praise, unanimous vote, the beard Handbook approved in or- tad told the board to put the for parts. The vote was car- voted to approve Schoolder to regain accreditation, discussion on the floor, ried unanimously. I would like to invite the INVITATION Board Policy Sections A, B, School Board Member Fred- A motion was made by Bil- A motion was made by and C for first readings, erick Anderson asked if we ly Spiller to approve author- Fannie Bateaste to put the community at large to join ' " ' h ' Supermtendent Jackson didn t have t e medm center ity to apply for the Transpor- discussion on the floor. Said me the last Wednesday of We, the pastor, officers notified the beard that the in 2015, what did we do in tation Grant-Detroit Diesel motion was seconded by every, month at the Orchard and members of the St. Luke school bus, which was ap- 2016. Jackson stated that Consent Decree Program.Johnny Smallwood. Super- Care for Community Bible Baptist Church, invite you, proved for purchase at the she cleared about eighteen Said motion was seconded intendent Jackson stated Study at 6:00 p.m. Febru- the general public, to come last board meeting, will be (18) of the twenty-two (22) by Frederick Anderson.that in selection for our ary's Bible study will be on and worship with us in our air conditioned. violations that we had from Transportation Director professional development the 28th. We will meet at annual Youth States On Pa- Superintendent Jackson 2015. She continued by star- Jean Jones stated that she we have to receive two (2) the Old Post Office across rade Program on the fourth stated thai the district c.ur- ing she co~c]n t clear them hasbeen working with Keith quotes since they are in ex- the street from the Tax As- Saturday in February, same sessor's Office. Lite refresh- being February 24, at 6 p.m. rently has a GED program all at one ~edue to fund- and providing him theinf0r- cess of $5,000.00. She: cam ments will be served. -- Pas- -- Rev. Charles Bell, pastor; incorporated in~ the school ing and that jt ia a process, matien from our district, ~ tinued by stating we have a tar LeReginald R. H. Jones Sophia Walker, clerk day; however, Southwest MS On motion by Johnny and we have been approved, quote from The Bailey Group in theamopnt of $87,000.00 Community College is ask- Smallwood, seconded by Jones- continued by stating for 60 days-and Leading to - " adult education classes at unanimous vote, the board to purchase five (5) air con- L~ap for $67,200.00 for 56 ing for permission to have Billy Spiller, and carried by the program v ~ll allow us the MLK Career & Technol- approved the Library Media ditioned buses, which will be days: Jackson stated we can It's 6erring Cold! Complex. School Board Center Policy Handbook.four (4)regular and one (1) proveappr Veboth neandC mpanYpick what r UP-we Attorney Nathaniel Ar- Superintendent Jackson special needs bus. She con- need from each. Said motion rnistad recommended hav- asked Transportation Direc- tinued by stating this grant was carried unanimously to Let us check your heat system ing Southwest Mississippi tar Jean Jones to elaborate is about a settlement, where accept both bids. Community College sign a on the request to apply for the company has to put out & service your generator CIPA policy and inter-local the Transportation Grant- buses and five (5) districts (continued on Page 6) agreement. School Board ELECTRICAL HEATING & COOLING Member Johnny Smallwood I ] asked if SMCC will need I I REFRIGERATION PLUMBING insurance since individuals will be attending classes on Appliance Repair Stand'By Generators our campus.Armistad stated that will be in the inter-local Tankless Hot Water Heaters agreement. 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