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Page 8 The Woodville Republican, Thursday, March 8, 2018 WCCA Students Have Board Of Health Officials Receive Professional Accolades WCCA News The Student Council (STUCO), put on a school- wide talent show recently and our RAMS were amaz- ing. The crowd enjoyed sing- ing, daficing, tumbling, and much more! Congratulations to our winners -- 1st Place, pianist, Thomas Sanders, 2nd Place, soloist, D'Mario Weathersby, and 3rd Place, singer, Karson Boulton. Great job to all of our par- ticipants. Thank you to the student council and their sponsor, Charlsie Jensen, for bringing some great, new programs to WCCA this year. The Rams had a great showing at the 1st track meet of the year -- the Wildcat Warmups! Congratulations to all of our JV 1st place fin- ishers, RJ Fisher (hurdles), Ann Patin (mile), and Anna Charlotte Redhead (800m). All field day t-shirt orders are due Friday, March 9. Forms are available in the school office! Upcoming Dates: March 7, Tennis vs Cent- reville Academy, 2:30 p. m. @ Van Eaton Park; March 8, Track Meet @ Centreville Academy; March 10, Baseball vs ACCS, home, 11 a.m. March 12, Baseball vs Prairie View, home, 5 p.m. March 14, Report Cards Issued. Thimbles And Threads Meets On February 22 Thimbles and Threads quilt- ing guild met at the Exten- sion Building in Wood~lle on Thursday, February 22. There were twelve members present. Guild president Dionessia Dawson announced that the yearly $5.00 dues are due. New challenge fabric was passed out to members. Two 12-1/2" squares are due at our next meeting, During the meeting, long- time member Phyllis Dawson gave the group a history of how it all began. It was very inter- esting to learn about our begin- nmg. The guild's next meeting will be held on Thursday, March 22. -- Club Reporter MDWFP Requires HogTraps To Be Permitted WCCA JV TRACK WINNERS -- Wilkinson County Christian Academy junior varsity track team mem- bers who won first place honors at the recent Wildcat Warm Ups Track Meet are as follows, from left to right: Liz Patin, 1st in mile run; R. J. Fisher, 1st in hurdles; and Anna Charlotte Redhead, 1st in 800M run. -- WCCA Submitted Photo Your Money Now Tax Services Ja ioe Washi. o. Scott 601-645-6020 225-955-1808 Walk-lm Weleomedt 315 Camp St Centreville across from B-Kwik Sportsmen and landown- ers, who wish to trap wild hogs on their property within the following counties: Clai- borne, Hinds, Issaquena, Sharkey, Warren, and Yazoo, must now obtain a permit from the Mississippi Depart- ment of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks. Permitting will allow in- dividuals to place bait or at- tractant within the confines of the hog trap. Bait or attrac- tant placed around the out- side of the hog traps which is used to lure hogs within the confines of the actual trap are prohibited. Mississippi counties that are not within the Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) management zone can continue to trap and take wild hogs as permit- ted under the Nuisance Com u, Campa/gn To The Citizens of Woodville & Wilkinson County: Please help in a grass roots event to improve the appearance of OUR town! " qvIarch lo, at 7:30 a.m. Join us 5at t7 , to t' e[y 6ring eauty back to Woo ,i(le BRINGYOUR OWN GLOVES,TRASH BAGS,TRASH GRABBERS, WATER AND ALLYOUR FRIENDS 'NO9-'a or Coun sponsoredevent but a citizen (ed occasion. The Mississippi State De- partment of Health (MSDH) would like to congratulate several members of the State Board of Health who have re- ~mtly received professional ac- colades. Lucius M. "Luke" Lamp- ton of Magnolia, longtime Board member and past chair- man, has contributed a chapter to America's leading Family Medicine textbook, Conn's Cur- rent Therapy 2018. Chapters in this book are written by nationally recog- nized leaders in the medical field who provide their per- sonal approaches and evidence- based clinical management options for the conditions phy- sicians are most likely to see in everyday practice. Lampton's chapter is 'Tel- low Fever' and focuses on the reemergence of this tropical disease in modern medicine. Longthne Board member and past vicewhainnan Dr. Ed Hill of Tupelo retired at the end of December from the faculty at the North Mississippi Medi- cal Center Family Residency Center. In recognition of Hill's de- cades of service, including serv- ing as the founding director and a fixtt~ on the faculty for 22 years, the facility's South Green Street center has been renamed the J. Edward Hill Family Medicine Residency Center. Hattiesburg Cardiolo- gist Dr. Thad Waites, current Board vice-chairman, has been named a Master of the Ameri- can College of Cardiology by the American College of Car- diology. The award recognizes Waites's outstanding service to the foundation. Dr. Dwalia S. South of Ripley has been reappointed as Chair of the Committee on Publica- tions for the Mississippi State Medical Association (MSMA). In this capacity, she oversees the publication of the Jour- nal of the Mississippi State Medical Assogiation, a monthly medical journal that has served as the official publication of the MSMA since 1959. -~ Dr. South has served as Chair of the Committee for more than a decade and also serves as a regular contributor and previous Associate Editor of the publication. MSDH State Health Officer Dr. Mary Currier said working with such recognized leaders in the health field is truly an honor. Wee are forttmate to have these professionals as Board members, dedicated to sup- port2ng our agency mission to better the lives of all Mississip- plans; said Dr. Currier. Follow MSDH by email and social media at HealthyMS. com/cennect. Animal regulation." Interested individuals looking to obtain hog trap- ping permits can contact the MDWFP Jackson Office at 601-432-2400 or 601-432- 2176. Mr. and Mrs. John Jen- nings Bennett of Collier- ville, Tennessee, announce the birth of their second child and second son, Levi Jackson, on Wednesday, February 28, 2018, at Bap- tist Hospital for Women in Memphis. Grandparents are Mr. Jack Schuerman of Memphis and Dr. and Mrs. Wes Bennett of Bailey. Pa- ternal great-grandparents are Dr. and Mrs. Jennings Owens of Woodville. * * * Dr. and Mrs. Jennings Owens and Miss Reily Ann Owens returned recently from a trip to meet the new- est member of the family, Levi Jackson Bennett, and visit his parents and broth- er, Mr. and Mrs. John Jen- nings Bennett and Owen of Colliersville, Tennessee. Members of the Junior Ir- win Russell Club will please note the following changes to the club's March and April meetir(gs. The club will meet on Friday, March 9, at the Or- chard Cafe' at three-thirty for the annual business meeting with hostesses Mrs. James Vines, Mrs. Charles Whet- stone, Jr Mrs. E. M. Kee, Jr Mrs. Enloe Kee III and Mrs. Trey Sp'mks. The Friday, April 13, meeting ~ be held at South of the Border with Mr. David W'flkerson presenting a book review and hostesses Mrs. Adam Oliveaux, Mrs. Charlie Netterville, Mrs. Wil Seal, Mrs. Scott Wesberry and Mrs. David McGraw. ALL LAWN & LANDSCAPING, LLC Spring is almost here! 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