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Page 8A The Woodville Republican, Thursday, March 26, 2015 ThankYou Words cannot express the comfort every call, card, vis- it, embrace and prayer has meant to our family during our time of loss. Our hearts are filled with love for our community. We are blessed beyond measure. In Christian Love, Inez Smith and family The Irwin Russen Club will meet on Friday, April 10, at 3:30 at the home of Mrs. Nanette Carter. Mrs. Alex Kirkland will serve as program chairman. The Junior Irwin Russell Club will meet at South of the Border on Friday, April 10, at 3:30 with hostesses Mrs. David Wilkerson, Mrs. Clint McCur- ley, Mrs. E.M. Kee, Jr., Mrs. James Chaffin, Jr., and Mrs. James Falkenheiner. Wilkinson County Christian Academy News by ICatie Smith Please mark your calen- dar on Saturday, March 28, WCCA is proud to an- for WCCA's Field Day 2015! nounce the 2015-2016 var- It will be a day of fun for all, sity cheerleaders: Jamie highlighted by the 10:30 pro- Lewis (Captain), Carmen gram "WCCA All Stars" and Cavin (Co-Captain), Baileythe 11:30 auction. Check on Devers, Sarah Robinson, WCCA Official Facebook for Tiffany Prevost, Samantha a preview of auction items. Dobson, Anna Claire Ryan, Upcoming Events: Anja Davis, Isabella Mar- Mar. 25, ABC Testing tins, Olivia Hurst, Kiara Cot- Mar 25, Tennis, ACCS, ton and Hayleigh Revere. Duncan Park; Junior varsity cheerlead- Mar. 26, Baseball, Dens ers are Caroline Ford (Cap- Ford, Home; tain), Haley Grace Williams Mar. 26, Track at Cent- (Co-Captain), Caitlin Reed, reville; Leslie Ashley, Emily Ses- Mar. 27, Science Olym- sions, Savana Ashley, Sarah piad, MSU; Smith, Kayli Bonnette and Mar. 27, Baseball, Tallu- Shelbie Rebertson. lah, away; WCCA Librarian Mrs. Mar. 28, Field Day; Judy Trevillion recently Mar. 30, Baseball, ACCS, hosted a wonderful book Away; fair to benefit the WCCA Mar. 31, Tennis, Tensas, Library. Through this effort Vidalia; many books were added to Mar. 31, District Spelling the shelves. Bee; The class of 2016 honored Mar. 31, Baseball, Ten- the 2015 Seniors with the sas, away; Junior/Senior Banquet and Apr. 1, Tennis, Trinity, Prom on March 21 at the Trinity; Wilkinson County Park. The Apr. 2, Track at Centrev- theme for the evening was file; "Old South." Apr. 3, Easter Holiday. TO OUR CUSTOMERS Effective immediately, all customers on the Waste Pm mute in Wilkinson County on Hwy. 61 from the Ford's Creek Road intersection south to the 4-way stop in Woodville will be picked up on Wednesdays instead of Mondays. All trash must be out for pickup by 7 a.m. For questions or information, call Waste Pm at 601-36t-9967. 396'~ Liberty Road Natchez, MS 39120 Main: 601.361~67 1~ L ;'q-k~' f;;!i Fix up the road to your special get-a-way, clean out the overgrown brush, or repair an old pond K & t =rs, Inc. call ROBBY HARTNESS 225-405-6950 or email robbybobbi9@hughes.net We specialize in all oil field work, dirt work, land clearing, road construction, fence rows and pond or lake construction Call now for your Pest & Termite Service Technician BRENT WEADOCK 1-888-733-3626 reddpest.com ,rol Servi( 980 U. S. Hwy. 61 A Woodville ] 601-888-6053 Licensed in MS & LA -- Trane Dealer -- o We Accept Credit Car ELECTRICAL HEATING & COOLING REFRIGERATION • PLUMBING • Stand-By Cenerator • Tanklea " a/er Heazer " •/Jppl/ance ]fepa/r Technicians: Charles Smith Brian McKlemurry & Mark Sanders / Le Mardi Club Hears Program From WCCA Robotics Club Tuesday, March 10, found Le Mardi Club members gathering at Opposite Ends with Ramona Pace as pro- gram chairman and Teresa Moore as hostess. In the absence of club president Ann Morris, vice- president Pam McGraw welcomed members. After the business por- tion of meeting, Mrs. Pace turned the program over to Courtney McGraw, who introduced Mrs. Liz Patin, science teacher at WCCA. Mrs. Patin gave a brief in- troduction to the WCCA Re- botics Club. These students are required to develop strategy and build robots based on sound engineer- ing principles. They develop problem-solving, organiza- tional and team building skills. They have competed in three competitions this year and qualified and competed in state competi- tion at Ole Miss. This club currently consists of fifteen students from eighth to twelfth grades. Tal Redhead, club vice- president, gave an informa- tive history of the molding of this dub from one stu- dent's love of science and a desire to explore the pos- sibility of what could be done with robotics. In 2012, Luke Littleton and the late Bennett Walker competed in the statewide Science Olympiad Competition. This was the beginning of a rewarding and challenging educational journey for the science students at WCCA. The group is led by Alex Ventress IV and Kyle White in addition to Mrs. Patin. Joshua Leger, club presi- dent, shared the long term goals that the students will benefit from because of their endeavors. Every- one present at the meeting could see and feel the sense of pride that these students have in their accomplish- ments thus far and their determination to make the most of this wonderful edu- cational experience. After a brief question and answer period the group was served a delicious des- ert plate of cheesecake with strawberries and assorted beverages. The April meeting will be held at the Woodvi]le Baptist Church with Anaa Marie Smith as ~g:f,e~gs~d Peggy Fairchild as program chairman. -- Club Reporter United Blood Services Introduces Pizza Month In April Zachary and surrounding in the Staff Development in the privacy of their home or areas -- Do you like pizza? Room by HR on the 1st floor of office. Make sure to print your Who doesn't, ril~t?! Whafs the hospital. All blood donors at '~ast track donation ticker' better than pizza...FREE piz- the Lane Hospital Blood drive and bring it with you to your za, ofcourse! Donate blood with will also be entered into a $50 donation. United Blo(~l Services in April VISA card raffle, and all 1st Volunteer blood donors and you will re:eive a $15 pizza time blood donors ~ll also be must be at least 16 years old, card, redeeraable through Papa entered into an additional $25 weighatleast ll0 pounds and John's or D~minos. Pizzacards VISA card raffle. All donors will be in good health. Additional are distributed via benus points also be entered to win a $75 height/weight requirements in our '}Iero in Me" online re- Smoothie King Summer fun apply to donors 22 and young- wards store, AfferdonatŁng, do- giftbasket er, and donors who are 16 nors can visit www.bloodhero. As always, allblood types are years of age must have signed com to obt~tin their $15 pizza needed in order to prevent any permission from a parent or card. Denoz,s can also make an blood type shortages from oc- guardian. The 16 year old do- appointmeat to donate byvisit- cutting. Donors with negative nor permit form can be located ing www.bloodhero.com, click bloodtypes are asked to inquire at www.unitedbloodservices. on "Donate Blood" and enter with a United Blood Services org. Donors receive a free cho- your zip code. Donors receive staff member regarding quali- lesterol test. Donors also earn an additional 100 points in our fications to donate Double Red points in our "Hero in Me" online rewards store by sehed- Cells. online rewards store. Points uling and keeping an appoint- Donors can also visit ~can be redeemed for movie ment. unitedbloodservices.org the tickets, pizza, shopping cards Donors will have the oppor- day of their donation and click and more at www.bloodhero. tunities to donate and receive a on the "Health History Ques- com. A photo ID is required to $15 pizza card at Iztne Region- tionnaire" This allows donors donate. 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