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The Woodville Republican, Thursday, April 16, 2015 Page 5 JARRELL NAMED MLK STUDENT OF WEEK Classified ads must be paid in advance. $12 for up to 60 words. Every word over 60 word limit, additional 13 per word: Tear sheets cost $5. Deadline for all classified ads is Friday at noon. No excep- tions! Mail to P. O. Box 696, Wood~lle, MS 39669. 1/ff FOR SALE: Whirlpool washer, white on white. $100. Call 601-870-2569. 4/16/lwp QUEEN MATTRESS SETS: Mattress and foun- dation -- coil, foam, pillow top -- BRAND NEW, factory packaged, starting at $200 for the set. CALL NOW. American made, 2 piece set, ONE LOW PRICE. Comfort sleeping comes to SW Mis- sissippi. Also have metal bed frames to fit twin/full/queen beds, and some headboards. Call 225-421-6121. $SAVE hundreds with a short drive. Delivery available. 4-9, 4-16, 4-23, 4-30 WILKINSON COUNTY SENIOR CARE IN CENT- REVILLE, MS has the fol- lowing positions open:RN and LPN positions. Full Time CNA, Part Time & PRN CNA. Excellent pay, friendly environment. If interested, please notify Kathy Sterling, RN, DON or Mystic Smith, PaN, ADON at 601-645-5253. 4/9/4w, 4/16, 4/23, 4/30 VOTE FOR CHANGE: August 4, 2015, Elect Dennis C. Quinn, State Senate Dis- trict 38. Campaign workers needed. Call 601-341-3776. Paid for and approved by Dennis C. Quinn. 3/26/4wp, 4/2, 4/9, 4/16 POSTED: All lands in Wilkinson County owned by the Ed Rollins Family, AKA Jasmine Hill, LLC, are posted against all hunting, Jazmine Jarrell has been chosen by Martin Luther King Career & Technology Complex Director Kimberly Jackson as Student of the Week. She is a second year stu- dent enrolled in the Health Science program and a mem- ber of HOSA. She believes that education will open doors for her. INVITATION The Union Baptist Church family would like to cordially invite all churches to our Christian Around the Clock Program on Sunday, April 19, at 3 p.m. Please come and help make this program a spiritual success. Thank you in advance. -- Rev. Earnest E. Ford, Sr pastor; Sister Barbara A. Brengettsy, sponsor; Union BC, Perrytown KIDS BIBLE SCHOOL Kids Bible Club will be held on Saturday, April 18, from 10:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. at the Apostolic Church of Truth and Spirit for kids ages 3-12. All are welcome. fishing and otherwise treE- -- Elder Rodney Davis, pas- passing. All former permis- tar stonE are revoked unless ob- tained in writing. -- Estate iiiiii iiiiii i i i ii iiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiii iiiiiiii i iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Dormitory Gets A Makeover Southwest Mississippi Community College's Wom- en's Dormitory recently received a $567,000 make- over. The 200-bed dormi- tory underwent renovation by Conerly Construction, Inc. of Clinton. Work in the living quar- ters includes fresh paint all around, new doors and door hardware, new tile floors, improved lighting, new vanities and fixtures, plus improved heating and ventilation of the suites. In addition to construction, the school has invested $336,000 in modern, er- gonomic furniture for the newly-remodeled suites. The lobby of the dormi- tory will receive new fur- niture and window tinting, courtesy of the Southwest Mississippi Communi- ty College Foundation. Through a donation made by the Foundation, the lobby will be painted and the windows will be tinted. In addition, the lobby will be newly furnished with two couches, four chairs, two coffee tables, four side tables, six study table and chair sets, two rugs, lamps, and a buffet table. The lobby renovation will com- plement and complete the renovation of the Women's Dormitory Remodeling be- gan in early November of 2014 and is being executed in three phases to accom- modate residents. Comple- tion of the work in early June of 2015 will provide residents a pleasant, safe, attractive environment in which to experience college life. Teen Summit At ASU ELITE ELEVEN Eliminate Littering To Improve Environment On Wednesday, April 1, Bernice Fosselman, Director of Elite Eleven, kick started her Advocacy Anti-Littering Agenda. Fosselman visited Wilkin- son County High School and spoke to students about her anti-littering goals for outside of the city limits of Wood, lie. She thanked the senior students for volun- teering to beautify Wood~lle on Earth Day, Wednesday, April 22, with their trash pickup project on the Pinck- neyville Road from Hwy. 24 to the school complex. Supt. Scott and Ms. Webb will be supervising. She also mentioned the need for trash disposal and earth preservation and pride in a litter free environment. On Earth Day on April 22 Fosselman will be near 1580 Hwy. 24 West volunteez~mg and promoting awareness for anti-littering change from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. near Caring 4 You. Please stop by to say hello, have some ice cold lemonade and desert for the cause. LOVE YOUR COMMUNITY! LOVE YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD! School Of Nursing Big Success SMCC Redline Prep How "Bout" Those Bad Bodacious Wildcat 5th Graders How "Bout" those Bad Bo- dacious Wildcat 5th Grad- erE! I Feel Ya! School is com- ing to an end in a short time, and you can hardly wait un- til summer break begins. Be- fore then, though, make your plans to be more productive this school term than in past ones and greater for the com- ing year. You do understand that with each grade come bigger responsibilities; how- ever, responsibilities have their privileges. You can learn to do things right the first time. Let's talk about learning. According to re- search, there are four ways/ modes (modalities)of learn- ing. They are Visual (you see something), Auditory (you hear something),Tactile (you experience, do, act out, it" or '~,ou don't get it" so that something), and Kinesthetic adjustments can be made. (you discover something; Address your concerns in- you realize something by mediately by questioning. doing it). The kinesthetic Close this folder when learner thinks before doing your classes change, and shift and sometimes struggles to to another subject with a sep- learn by 'Just" reading or arate folder. When I taught listening. It helps when he/ your level, I gave perks for she can move around. This being organized, good notes, increases your understand- and good interaction during ing which leads to better learning. I also knew quite grades. However, sometimes well that this very same data this is very hard for you in a would make the test later. classroom that sits for long Teachers also emphasize periods of time. Neverthe- things more than once and less, group work is most pre- in more than one modality tarred. "I Feel Ya." when it is extremely impor- Why am I explaining this tant for your digestive and about learning? It's because regurgitative systems. you must be in control of For the remainder of the your world in terms of how school year, practice getting you learn. Research also organized with folders. I am shows that when you use stressing folders because of at least two modalities you the pockets which allow you comprehend much better, to store handouts and special Now think about learnin, g gimmicks which remind you Using at least three at a time. of your experience with each Here is a suggestion, develop subject. It is not too late. This a folder of notes for every is good preparation for 6th class. When you see/hear in- which will double your star- formation, write brief notes, age capacity. Next year team ask questions, and have it teaching will become specific explained. As you use more teachers for each discipline. than one mode, you have an Start now before learning be- excellent chance of great suc- gins to become extreme and cess on tests, overwhelms you. You are a of Joan & Edward S. Rollins Clinic & Auditions Every teacher wants you brilliant story that is walt- 4/14 POSTED AND PA- -- to succeed! However, the ing to be written. Remember i. J~navam a iu year April 17 & 18 ~OSTED AND PA- rt~u,~,~" ~m ~anus m specifics about how each in- when you win, I've WON! . " olo tram mma was quay- Wilkinson County located,-~- dividual learns must be an My name is Dr. Annette TROLLED: All lands in ^, ~ ea saymg, ~n[e ,s nommg a~ ~z~ rares ~reeK rmaa Southwest Prep Clinic & interaction that convinces Dillon/Underwood and I ap- Wilkinson County on the our cnattenges; rne more wooawue, wx~, ownea oy -- -~ Auditions are scheduled for the instructor that.'~ ou get prove of this message. Raccoon Road owned by the Verna M. Free.manha? f::r:n%g q~te ?~:tY tu April 17 & 18. Estate of St. Clair Ross are hereby postea agamsr Redline Prep Clinic will hereby posted against hunt- in fishin and otherwisethe challenges that youth ing, fishing and otherwise . g' . g,~ are faced with today. Our be held Friday, April 17, atINVITATION ~respassmg ~m mrmer per trespassing. All former per- . . . ' . - 2014-2018International 5 p.m. in the Hurst Audito- m~ssmns revoKea, unless o~- "~ ~ ~ is "Launch rium )fthe Fine Arts Build- I~ " missions revoked, unless ob- Yrogram ocus - House of Prayer in Jesus~e ~1 ~lH[e '~ ~amea m wnung. VlOmmrs . ing. ' ~: ~ tained in writing. Violators mg New Dmaensmns of Ser- Christ, Inc located at 636 wm oe prosecu~ea -- verna,Redline Auditions will Main Street in Woodville, is l~J ~[|~ will be prosecuted.- Estate,~ " vme. In an effort to reach lVl freeman of St. Clair Ross " the large portion of the be held on Saturday, April hosting a Revival After The 10/13 10/14/2yp teens affected by crises, Ze- 18, at 10 a.m. in the Hurst Resurrection on Monday, Only $28 per year in I S I Audit rium fthe Fine Arts Avril 27 thr ugh Frida ta Delta Omega Chapter of p,~ ~, wnKmson t~ounw Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorer- ~uno~ng. May 1, at 7 p.m. Everyone is -- 'O ity, Inc partnered with the Contact Ashley Sasser welcome to attend. Comeand O,ho.r;ho local Greeks to sponsor our Gray for more details, be filled with spiritual food u.~o~ ~ ,~,~.~. agray@smcc.edu / (601) 276 andteachin for- our soul~ I 980 U, S. Hwy, 61 ~ ~ I fifth annual teen summit. g Y "-- 601-888-4293 After weeks of planning 6~oz. Otis B. Sullivan, pastor ' Woodville I this event, the vision came I 601-888-6053 I to fruition on March 21, ! I 2015, at the ASU School ,Licensed in MS & LA I of Nursing from 8:00 a.m. I -- Trane Dealer ~,until noon. 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