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Page 10 The Woodville Republican, Thursday, February 22, 2018 Woodville Bd. Minutes (Continued from Page 9) IT IS THEREFORE OR- DERED, on motion of Al- derman Tolliver, second of Alderman Fry, and passed unanimously, that Frances R. Daniel as City Clerk of the Town of Woodville be an authorized signatory on all bank accounts maintained. by the Town of Woodville ef- fective January 31, 2018. SO ORDERED, January 22, 2018. WHEREAS, the Pub- lic Employees Retirement System of Mississippi has demanded of the Town of Woodville the sum of $27,741.93 as an employer contribution for retirement coverage for Richard Wat- son, all as more particularly set forth in the November 9, 2017, letter attached here- to; and, WHEREAS, it is neces- sary that the Town of Wood- ville pay said sum to the Public Employees Retire- ment System of Mississippi; and, WHEREAS, the Board of Aldermen has determined that it is necessary that the municipality borrow money to make said payment; and, WHEREAS, the Town of Woodville owns a certificate of deposit with Concordia Bank & Trust Company with a balance greater than the said sum of $27,741.93 which certificate of deposit should be used to collateral: ize the loan. IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, on motion of Alderman Carter, second of Alderman Tolliver, and passed unanimously, that the Town of Woodville is hereby authorized to bor- row from Concordia Bank & Trust Company the sum of $27,741.93 to be collat- eralized by the aforesaid certificate of deposit, due and payable two years from date, without prepayment penalty, at an interest rate not to exceed 2% APR above the interest rate paid on the said certificate of deposit and that the Mayor and City Clerk are authorized and directed to execute any and all documents nec- essary to accomplish the same. SO ORDERED, January 22, 2018. IT IS ORDERED, on motion of Alderman Fry, seconded by Alderman Carter, and passed unani- mously, that the meeting The Junior Irwin Rus- sell Club is scheduled to meet on Friday, March ninth, at three-thirty at The Orchard Cafe. A book review will be presented by Mr. David Wilkerson. Serving as hostesses for the afternoon will be Mrs. James Vines, Mrs. Charles Whetstone, Jr Mrs. E. M. Kee, Jr Mrs. Enloe Kee III and Mrs. Trey Spinks. Weekend visitors in the home of Lili and Andy Lewis were their children and grandchildren, Elise and Ryan Foret and An- drew, Elise and Mac of Lake Charles, La and Em- ily Lewis of New Orleans. Joining the family was Mr. Kyle Hill of New Orleans. On Saturday a crawfish boil was enjoyed to celebrate Emily and Ryan's February birthdays. Minutes Of Wilki Be it known and remem- bered that the honorable Board of Supervisors of Wilkinson COunty, Mis- sissippi, met on the fifth day of February. There were present the follow- ing supervisors: Wil Seal, 1st District; Richard Hol- lins, 2nd District; Venton A. (Bubba) McNabb, 3rd District, vice president; Kenyon Jackson, 4th Dis- trict, president; Jenn Net- tles, 5th District; and also present was Bruce Lewis, County Administrator. GENERAL COUNTY FUNDS: Delta Computer Systems, $4,180.00.00; C Spire Wireless, $728.87; Woodville Republican, $617.75; Benecom Tech- nologies, $155.00; Bene- com, $400.80; A-1 Copy Sales & Service, $70.00; State Treasury Fund 3053, $9,176.03; Waste Management, $317.78; Kentwood Spring Water, $22.00; Jr.'s Auto Parts, $.50; Telepak Internet, $24.00; AT&T Global Ser- vices, $112.79; Reditest of the Board of Aldermen of the Town of Woodville be and is hereby adjourned until the next regular meet- ing on Tuesday, February 6, 2018. SO ORDERED, January 22, 2018. Keshia Stewart Ford, Mayor ATTEST: Cathy McCurley, Clerk Credit Repair Plus, LLC "We Do More To Increase Your Score" Shedrick & Sharonda McKenzie Certified Credit Consultants WE REMOVE: Collections, Repossessions, Bankruptcies, Late Payments, Medical Bills, Student Loans, Child Support & more 126 Commerce Street, Suite 105 Natchez, MS 39120 www.fixmycreditrepairplus.com Call us today! 769-355-2299 NOTICE OF SALE WHEREAS, the United States of America, acting by and through the United States Department of Agriculture, is the owner and hold: er of-the following real estate deed(s) of trust, securing an indebt- edness therein mentioned and covering certain real estate here- inaffer described located in Wilkinson County, Mississippi, said i deed(s) of trust being duly recorded in the Office of the Chancery Clerk in and for said County and State: Trust Deed ,Grantor(s) Date Executed Book Pa,qe L. C. Hampton and April 1, 1977 60 339 Ruby Lee M. Hampton L. C. Hampton and wife, April 15, 1983 79 296 Ruby Lee M. Hampton The indebtedness secured by the Deed(s) of Trust dated April 1. 1977, and April 15, 1983, and executed by L, C, Hampton and Ruby Lee M. Hampton were assumed by Timothy T, Hampton with Assumption Agreement dated March 1, 2007. WHEREAS~ default has occurred in the payment of the indebted- ness secured by said deed(s) of trust, and the United States of America, as Beneficiary, has authorized and instructed me as Substitute Trustee to foreclose said deed(s) of trust by advertise- ment and sale at public auction in accordance with the statutes made and provided therefor. THEREFORE, notice is hereby given that pursuant to the power of sate contained in said deed(s) of trust and in accordance with the statutes made and provided therefor, the said deed(s) of trust will be foreclosed and the property covered thereby and hereinafter described will be sold at public auction to the highest bidder for cash at the West front door of the County Courthouse in the city of Woodvitle, Mississippi, in the aforesaid County and will sell within legal hours (being between the hours of 11:00 AM and 4:00 PM) on March 19, 2018, to satisfy the indebtedness now due under and secured by said deed(s) of trust. I will convey only such title as is vestedin me as Substitute Trustee, The premises to be sold are described as: Lot No. 10 of ROLLING HILLS Subdivision as shown by the official plat of said subdivision of record in Plat Book 1, Page 9, in the office of the chancery Clerk of Wilkinson County, Mississippi. Date: February 22, 2018 Michael Perry Substitute Trustee Duly authorized to act in the premises by instrument dated December 20, 2016, and recorded in Book 1, Page 570, of the records of the aforesaid County and State. Publisk 2/22, 3/1, 3i8, 3/15 Screening Device, $1.80; AT&T, $554.00; U. S. Next, $189.00; David S. Craw- ford, Attorney, $1,200.00; Emily Catherine Boone, $300.00; Jessie W. Stew- art, $270.00; Ron Senko, $300.00; AT&T, $1,320.06; S/W MS EPA, $80.50; En- tergy, $480.46; C Spire Business Solutions, $1,972.19; Ron Senko, $225.00; Tolliver Thomas C. Jr $80.00; L. J. Ow- ens, MD, $225.00; David B. McGraw, MD, $50:00; H.E. Horne, Jr $250.00; Southern Telecommunica- tion, $2,312.08; Wilkerson & Crawford, $500.00; Ron Senko, $225.00; Tolliver Thomas C. Jr $80.00; L. J. Owens, MD, $225.00; David B. McGraw, MD, $50:00; H. E. Horne, Jr $250.00; Cage's Janitorial Service, $855.00; Buffalo Services, Inc $1,539.30; Central Office Supplies, $366.47; Lawrence Print- ing Co $2,038.77; Smith Printing. $1,712.46; Mel- vin Millet, $929.53; Stine Lumber Co $299.98; Wilkinson County Health Dept $4,545.33; Ameri- can Medical Response, $6,666.67; S/W MS Mental Health Comp $1,250.00; Woodville Board of Li- brary, $7,416.67; Wilkin- son County Dept. Of Grants, $50.00; U. S. Postal Service, $100.00; ' Central Office Supplies, $268.97;Pro Transmis- sion, $1,800.00; Outdoor Power, $460.95i AT&T Global Services, $175.62; Entergy, $5,632.34; Kent- wood Spring Water, $5.00; Canon Financial Services, $127.00; Delta Computer Systems, $4,180.00; C Spire Wireless, $503.56; AT&T, $83.50; Pitney Bowes Global Finance, $223.98; Delta Computer Systems, $150.00; Ava- ya, Inc $118.48; Pitney Bowes Purchase Power, $31.69; Pitney Bow- es, Inc $55.99; Pitney Bowes Purchase Power, $1,803.33; Town of Wood- ville, $3,243.80; Entergy, $767.22; Office Automa- tion Center, $64.05; Pitney Bowes Purchase Power, $258.69; A-1 Copy Sales & Service, $70.00; Diver- sified Sales & Companies, $579.60; Ashley Perry, $2,815.33; 2D's Wingz & Things, LLC, $2,745.50; same, $2,745.50. MAINTENANCE OF REAPPRAISAL FUND: Herring Appraisal, $4,429.70; Cothern Engi- neering, $2,100.00. TRIAD: Trademark De- signs, $530.80. EMERGENCY 911 FUND: UMB, $2,131.40; AT&T, $2,111.00; S/W MS EPA, $34.56. VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT. FUND: C Spire Wireless, $19.85; Entergy, $9.12; C Spire Wireless, $19.85. DISTRICT ONE ROAD FUND: UMB, $3,913.01; same, $1,718.72; Richland Equipment Co $16.11; C Spire Wireless, $136,57; Town of Centreville, $1,000.00; Jr.'s Auto Parts, $93.51; Buffalo Services, Inc $1,144.50, Entergy, $38.28, C Spire Wireless, $75.29. DISTRICT TWO ROAD FUND: Concordia Bank & Trust, $2,401.69; UMB, $655.27; C Spire Wireless, $75.96. Caterpillar Finan- cial Services, $2,067.06; Buffalo Services, Inc $3,630.40; C Spire Wire- less, $77.38; H&E Equip- ment Services $816.79. DISTRICT THREE ROAD FUND: Concordia Bank & Trust, $1,304.95; Richland Equipment Co $18.30; C. Spire Wireless, $51.93; Waters Interna- tional Truck, $4.81; Jr.'s Auto Parts, $134.78; Jor- dan, Kaiser & S ejssions, $175.00; Raymond Bock- ing, $100.00; C Spire Wire- WCCA ALL DISTRICT BASKETBALL PLAYERS -- Members of the Wilkin- son County Christian Academy var- sity Ram and Lady Ram basketball players who have been named to the varsity MAIS All-District basketball team are shown above. They are, front row, left to right: Sydney Bry- ant, Bailey Devers, Caroline Ford and Anna Claire Ryan. Back row, same order: D'Mario Weathersby, R. J. Fisher, Will Olive, Tal Redhead and Alexis June. Not pictured is Thomas Vannoy. -- WCCA Photo WCCA News Andrew Sessions was re- cently awarded 1st place in the annual DAR writing competition by the Natchez Chapter. His paper then placed 3rd in the state con- test. This year's theme was World War 1: Remembering the War to End All Wars. Andrew attended the state DAR convention in Jack- son with his teacher, Mr. Alex Ventress. He was also joined by his father, David Sessions, and DAR repre- sentative, Ms. Mary Ellen Rosenblatt. Please take a moment to visit our new website, wccarams.org. We would like for families to sign up for our messaging system. Click on the student life tab and complete the form for SMS notifications. This is our new system that sends announcements and noti- fications regarding events, school closures and remind- ers. Both the Rams and Lady Rams had fantastic basket- ball seasons! The JV boys and girls both captured 2nd place in district 4A. The Varsity Boys also took 2nd place while the Lady Rams were district champions. The following players were recognized for their accom- plishments this season: Varsity Girls District MVP -- Sydney Bryant; All Dis- trict -- Bailey Devers, Car- oline Ford, Alexis June and Anna Claire Ryan. Varsity Boys 1st Team All District -- D'Mario Weathersby and RJ Fisher; 2nd Team All District -- Will Olive, Tal Redhead and Thomas Van- noy (not pictured). Members of the WCCA Robotics Leadership team attended an ROV (remotely operated vehicles) Under- water Workshop last week- end. The workshop chal- lenged students to work as a team, solve problems and to think creatively and critically. Participants also engineered a frame for an underwater robot, adjusted buoyancy and learned basic electronics. Mrs. Charlsie Jensen's Speech class presented demonstration speeches recently. The students had to capture the audience's attention and take them through the actual process of completing a task. Stu- dents demonstrated how to bake, change tires, throw a football, make slime, draw and apply make-up. Love filled the halls at WCCA on Valentine's Day. The elementary students enjoyed the annual Valen- tine's dance sponsored by the Student Council. The sophomores were very busy delivering balloon and flow- er bouquets on campus and around town. Ms. Casey Dobson, 10th grade sponsor, along withstudents would like to thank supporters and volunteers who made this fundraiser a huge suc- cess. The juniors and seniors have embarked on their annual trip. This year stu- dents will be visiting Chi- cago and Wisconsin Dells for skiing, learning and fun! This year's chaperones are Jenny and Jim Cl~affin and Frances and John Stewart Daniel. Upcoming Dates: February 28, Spring School and Sports Pictures; March 24, WCCA Field Day. less, $47.67; Town of Cen- treville, $32.00; Entergy, $135.88, same, '$135.88; Dalton Trucking LLC, $775.49; LaFarge North Americ&, $442.12; Jor- dan, Kaiser & Sessions, $9,328.22. DISTRICT FOUR ROAD FUND: UMB, $1,660.62; C Spire Wireless, $44.65; Jr.'s Auto Parts, $22.26; Enter- gy, $31.79; C Spire Wire- less, $44.65; S/W MS EPA, $32.00; Town of Woodville, $31.88; Kenyon Jackson, $6O3.48. DISTRICT FIVE ROAD FUND: Concordia Bank & Trust, $2,392.15; same, $1,304.95; C Spire Wire- less, $86.79; Jr.'s Auto Parts, $33.68; Buffalo Services, Inc $2,147.52; C Spire Wireless, $86.79; S/W MS EPA, $40.25; same, $146.42. COUNTY WIDE BRIDGE FUND: Jr.'s Auto Parts, $291.74; AirGas USA, LLC, $21.29; R.W. Delaney Construction, $46,590.00; Jr.'s Auto Parts, $246.10; M&L Industries, $203.22; Southern Cul- verts, $1,808.00; M&L In- dustries, $1,682.81. SOLID WASTE DE- PARTMENT FUND: Del- ta Computer Systems, $150.00; Riverbend En- vironmental, $2,697.66; C Spire Business Solu- tions, $34.95; U. S. Postal Service, $950.00; Entergy, $19.52; Delta Computer Systems, $150.00; Marlin Reid, $245.27; Ashley Per- ry, $138.37. 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