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Page 8 The Woodville Republican, Thursday, May 7, 2015 The Junior Irwin Rus- sell Club will meet this Friday, May 8, at South of the Border Restaurant at three-thirty. Hostesses will include Mrs. James Vines, Mrs. Enloe Kee III and Mrs. Charles Whetstone, Jr. The Irwin Russell Club will conclude the 2014-2015 club year with the hold- ing of the annual business meeting on Friday, May 8, at three-thirty at Nina's Market Cafe located in the Main Street Market. BIRTH Dearing and Dan Stevens of Woodville announce the birth of their second child and second daughter, Em- ery Lynn, on Wednesday, April 22, 2015, at King's Daughter's Hospital in Brookhaven. Grandpar- ents are Teresa and Delton Moore of Woodville and Ra- chael and Glenn Stevens of Gloster. Paternal great- grandparents are Gloria LaFontaine, Betty Stevens and Pat and Ben Berry. Birth Control Beyond The Pill: Under- standing New Contraceptive Options Birth control (or contra- ception) refers to a variety of methods and products designed to prevent unin- tentional pregnancy. Dr. Joshua Best, OB/GYN with Bayou Regional Wom- en's Clinic, will discuss new medical options for birth control on Wednesday, May 20, from 12 to 1 p.m., in the Staff Development Class- room at Lane Regional Medical Center in Zachary. This discussion is open to women 14 years of age and up. The session is FREE and includes a light lunch. Seating is limited and reservations are required. Call (225)658-4587 to re- serve your seat today! Mother's Pay • Oraduatiow. Weddiwgs χχχχχχ Spring Fashions & Gifts for all occasiom from The Better Haft Gifts & Accessories 367 Hwy. 61 • Woodville • 601-431-0588 New: Jewelry by Catherine Popesco New Styles Arriving Daily: Hobo Purses Tkees Sandals. '5'well Insulated Bottles On Tuesday, August 4 Vote to Re-Elect ERNEST N. "ERNIE" East District Justice Court Judge Wilkinson County Holds a Bachelor of Science in Business from USM. Has over 400 hours in continuing edu- cation through the University of Mississippi Judicial College, Has served as your Justice Court Judge for the East District of Wilkinson County since 1995. Believes in fairness for all citizens of Wilkin- son County. I ASK FOR YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT! Approved and Paid for by the Candidate THANKS MOM! FOR ALL YOU DO! Arbor Day Foundation Offers Tree-Care Booklet With $3 Donation 24 Hour Services For Your Convenience • ATM's • Express Phone Banking • Online Banking • Mobile Banking ,( Member FDIC Monterey • Ferriday • Vidalia • Natchez • Woodville 1~ WCCA STUDENTS FOCUSING ON SCIENCES -- Wilkinson County Christian Academy students recently met with Ray Holt, far right in plaid shirt, founder of a non-profit orga- nization aimed at teaching science, technology and engineering as well as robotics. Pictured above are as follows, front row, left to right, Anna Charlotte Redhead, Ann Patin and Emily Sessions. Second row, same order: Jack Withers, Reily Ann Ow- ens, Elizabeth Patin, Olivia Hurst and Holt. Back row, from left: Luke Littleton, Dr. Jennings Owens and Alex Ventress. -- WCCA Photo WCCA NEWS place respectively in the LRMC's New Moms' Hope: girls' shot put competition. A Postpartum Depression Sean Perry placed first in The Arbor Day Founda- tion is offering a handy tree-care booklet designed to help people plant and care for trees. Anyone can receive Con- servation Trees, a user- friendly booklet featuring illustrations, colorful pho- tos, and easily understood descriptions, by making a $3 donation to the Founda- tion this month. "Conservation Trees is an ideal resource for tree planters," said Matt Harris, chief executive of the Arbor Day Foundation. "Taking care of existing trees is just as critical as planting new ones, and proper care en- sures communities are able to fully enjoy the diverse benefits of urban forestry." The booklet provides de- tails about the right way to plant and prune trees. It also includes tips on us- ing shade trees and wind- breaks to save on energy costs, attract songbirds, and create a living snow fence. To receive the Conserva- tion Trees booklet, send a The WCCA community the boys' shot put competi- Support Group $3 check along with your name and address to Con- has been bustling with tion throwing 36-08 feet. Lane Regional Medic~, servation Trees, Arbor Day activity this week. Stu- Olivia Hurst and Rebecca dents have been actively Olive threw the discus for Center is hosting New Mom s Foundation, 100ArborAve., engaged both inside andfirst and second respec-Hope, a monthly support Nebraska City, NE 68410, outside of the classroom, tively in the girls discus group fornewmolnssuffefing or order online at arborday. We were privileged to host competition. Hayden Pat-from postpartum depression, org/conservationtrees. Mr. Ray Holt on April 20th terson grabbed second inon Thursday, May 14, from and 21st. Mr. Holt gavethe discus competition 6:30 p.m.-7:45 p.m., at LRMC, a lecture Sunday evening reaching 103-02 feet. Ben- 6300 Main Street, in Zachary, Having difficulty bonding at Woodville Method- net Vannoy leapt into first La. This FREE support group with your baby? ist Church. A wonder- place in the boys' pole will be led by local Licensed Feeling anxious or panicky? ful dinner was hosted in vault competition at 8'. We Professional Counselor, Dana Having problems with eat- Mr. Holt's honor by Gena look forward to south state LeTardVicellio. ing or sleeping? and Jody Sessions. Fol-competition which will be The purpose of the support Having upsetting thoughts lowing the meal, students, held at Silliman Institute. -group'ls to provide encourage- that you can't get out of your mind? parents and community Elementary art stu- merit, education, and support Feeling as if you are"out of friends listened to a won- dents recently competed for mothers-to-be and new derful presentation about at the MAIS District IV morns who are having emo- control" or"going crazyT Mr. Holt's accomplish- art competition. We would tional difficulty related to Feeling like you never ments and contributions to like to thank- the-elemen- childbirth. Symptoms of post- should have become a moth- the field of technology. He tary teachers as well aspartum depression include er? was instrumental in the,Ms,. Stephanie Williams, the following: Worried that you might development of equipping/MsJ. Margo Ferguson, and Feeling sad or depressed? hurt your baby or yourself?. the F-14 Tomcat fighter\~Ms. Edine Seal for help- Feeling more irritable or For more information, plane with the world's ing students/create mas-angry with those around you? please call (225) 658-4587. firs~- ~nierop~oce s sor chip terpiec~s~J which allowed the U.S. Important Upcoming military to run integrat- Dates at WCCA: A New A. ,r__in Town! ed night control systems May 6, United Blood .-..orn% Presently, Mr. Holt is the Services Blood Drive, Founder and President of 12:30 p.m. - 5 p.m. • Ten (10) years of experience STEM ADVANCEMENT May 11, Athletic Ban- I will be concentrating on oil & gas, royalty manage- INC/MISSISSIPPI RO- quet. BOBTICS which is a non-May 11-15, Aspire Test- merit, real estate, titles etc. issues and limited general profit organization that ing. practice. was founded to enhance May 12, High School Alex Connolly the teaching of science, Award's Day and Who's Work: 769-247"-3003 technology and engineer- Who Assembly, 1:30 p.m. ing as well as robotics inMay 18, Preschool fax: 769-247-3055 cell: 601-946-6884 rural areas of Mississippi. Graduation. email: He is teaching in five ru- May 19, Kindergarten website: ral areas and after school Graduation. programs, as well as home May 19, Elementary P.O. Box 2170 • Woodville, MS 39669 schools. Monday morningAwards, 10 a.m., WCCA 651 Main St., Ste. 200 • Woodville, MS 39669 Mr. Holt led devotion for Gym the high school students. May 19-21, Exams. O~ce on the second floor of Old Planters Hardware Afterward, students in May 22, Graduation. Building above Opposite Ends dr Vintage Cafe the robotics club attended a day long programming class led by Mr. Holt. The Ramborgs are truly in- POSITIONS ANNOUNCED debted to Mr. Holt for his advice and contributions toour club. "l-he Wilkinson County School District is seeking Congratulations to our qualified applicants to fill the following positions: JV track club for a won- derful season. The Lady Rams brought home the district championship and • Elementary/Middle School Principal the JV boys captured sec- • Elementary Education Teachers ond place. We are very proud of their dedication * Special Education Teachers - 1-12 and hard work. • English Teacher - 7-12 The Varsity Rams and Lady Rams also did a great • Biology Teacher job at the district meet held April 16, 2015. Tamera • Math Teachers - 7-12 Bataste and Rebecca Olive • Band Director threw for first and second • Head Football Coach • Head Baseball Coach • Automotive Service Excellence Certified Mechanic • Bus Drivers School Principal applicants must have a Masters of Administration/Supervision and a minimum of an AA in School Administration. Teacher and Band Director applicants for aforementioned positions must hold a valid Mississippi teaching certificate in the area applying for, be a good disciplinarian, and be well-versed in subject area. Head Football and Baseball Coach applicants must hold a valid Mississippi teaching certificate and have prior experience coaching. Automotive Service Excellence Certified Mechanic applicants must hold a valid Mississippi Class B Commercial Drivers License with a "P" endorsement and have knowledge and experience in repair and maintenance of school buses and other district vehicles. Applications may be obtained from the Wilkinson County School District, Office of Superintendent, 488 Main Street, Woodville, MS 39669, or on the District website www.wilkinson.kl T kilkinson County School Board does not offer interim/ Since 1903 emergency certificates. Wilkinson County School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, national origin, or disability, and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.