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/i The Woodville Republican, Thursday, August 27, 2015 Page 3 ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs• Eugene Pritchard, Jr., of Woodville announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Aman- da Lea, to Benjamin Kyle Hicks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Hicks of Enterprise. The bride-to-be is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Pritchard and Mr. and Mrs. William Geter, all of Woodville. She is a graduate of Wilkinson County Christian Acad- emy in Woodville and is attending The University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg, studying to become an elementary teacher• She is employed by Hattiesburg Clinic in Hat- tiesburg. The bridegroom-to-be is the grandson of Mr. Ken- neth Boardman of Enter- prise and the late Fran Boardman, Mr. A1 Hayes of Gulfport, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Byrd of Merid- ian and Mrs. Gail Hicks of Meridian. He is a graduate of Enterprise High School in Enterprise and William Carey University in Hat- tiesburg, where he received a Bachelor's Degree in Busi- ness Administration• He is employed by USA Yeast in Hattiesburg. The couple is planning to be married on Saturday, Oc- tober seventeenth, in a six o'clock ceremony at The Ch- isholm House in Woodville. A reception will immediate- ly follow. Family and friends are invited to attend. Mississippi State Offers Online High School Credit Mississippi State Uni- versity is offering online high school courses for credit, giving a helping hand to students trying to get ahead or catch up on graduation requirements. Health, economics, ge- ometry, Mississippi stud- ies, U.S. government, U.S. history, advanced world geography and two Eng- lish classes are available through the MSU Center for Continuing Education. Costs are $150 for a half credit and $300 for a full credit• Approved by the Missis- sippi Department of Edu- cation, these courses were the coursework and must have approval from their high schools and parents or guardians. Although the format is an online class, students will interact with teach- ers through email and dis- cussion boards• All tests must be taken in an ap- proved testing facility and officially proctored. Upon completion of online cours- es, the students' grades will be sent to their home schools for credit• Comple- tion of these courses does not earn the student any MSU college or.continuing education credits. Wednesday, Aug. 19, 2015 Dear Friends and Family, Next month I will again be going to Washington, D.C., as a volunteer for our American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) along with a volunteer and ACS CAN staffmembers from every Congressional district in the United States, over 600 of us in all• As in previous years, each of us will meet with our sena- tom and representative to ask for fimding for caner treat- ment and research, to make fighting cancer a national pri- ority. We l be stressing this again this year, knowing that cancer funding has decreased 22% over the past decade with devastating consequences. I am wri~ng you to ask for your help. There will be a night in Washington with a Lights of Hope Ceremony where each volunteer has raised money for Lights of Hope in honer of a loved one who has survived cancer or in memory of a loved one who lost the battle. These Lights of Hope will surround the reflecting pool in front of the Capitol and there will be a ceremony while thousands of lights shine! These Lights of Hope serve to remind me that each of us can be a light for a cure for cancer. This ceremony is always very emotional for me because, as you know, I am a cancer survivor, and so many of my family and friends have also had to deal with this devastat- ing ~. I would love to take many bags with my friends' and families' names on them and bags for my friends and family who want their friends and families to have a light shining in the Capitol, remem- bering and mJebrating them as we all stand in unity for a cure for cancer. I will be there in person, but I will be represent- ing each ofyouin spirit! If you are unable to be a part of this project, I under- stand and will surely involve you in our next endeavor to raise funds to END CANCER! As an added bonus, your $10 donation for a IX)H also covers your annual membership fee to ACSCAN. IMPORTANT DETA1]_~ LOH donation/honoree list due to me by Monday, SEP- TEMBER 14, $10 for each Light of Hope -- you may purchase as many as you like! What a way to honor loved ones! • Please email me and mail your check and include with your check a list of the follow- The person's name..., stat- ing if it is in IN HONOR or IN MEMORY • A check made payable to ACS CAN for the Lights of Hope that you purchase. MAIL TO: Pearl W. Carter, 700 Porters Chapel Rd., V'lcks- burg, MS 39180. OR, go to www.acscan.ord canraiser and send your light electronically using your credit card as payment. (click on the square with HOPE, enter my name in '~nd a participant," then click on my name, then on Donate, then fill in the blanks) -- VERY IMPORTANT~. I have to turn the checks and names into the ACS CAN of- floe by Monday, September 21, so I need the previous week to get all the bags made and decorated. LASTLY, PLEASE FOR- WARD THIS TO YOUR FAM- ILY AND FRIENDS WHO MAY WANT THEIR IX)VED ONES IN D.C., LIGHTING THE WAY FOR A CURE! Thank you, thank you. I am forever grateful for your sup- pert. We CAN fight this dis- ease that takes so much from so many of us. It is my passion and privilege to have served as a volunteer for the American Cancer Society and ACS Can- cer Action Network since 1991. I have seen much progress over these 23 years, but the battle is far from worL Won't you help us in the fight with your dona- tious and honorariums? Pearl W. Carter !ACT Lead, 2nd Congressional District, MS ACS CAN 601 636 4709 601 415 9366 P.S• You can go to ACS- CAN.org for more informa- tion about this wonderful organization. Health Officials Confirm Two New West Nile Virus Cases In State On August 25 the Mississip- pi State Department of Health (MSDH) reported two new hu- man cases of West Nile virus (WNV), bringing the total for 2015 to 13 cases• Both reported cases are in Madison CounW. So far this year, cases have been reported in Adams, Cov- ington, Forrest (2), Hinds (3), Madison (2), Rankin (3) and Simpson counties. The MSDH only reports laboratory-confirmed eases to the public. In 2014, Mississippi had 43 WNV eases and seven deaths. Symptoms of WNV infection are oiten mild and may include fever, headache, nausea, vomit- ing, a rash, mu~le weakness or swollen lymph nodes. In a small number of cases, infec- tion can result in encephalitis Contact Amber Shul- or meningitis, which can lead developed and are taught tice at 662-325-1457 orto paralysis, coma and possibly by licensed Mississippiams257@msstate.edu or death. teachers• Students havevisit http://ce.msucares. The MSDH suggests the fol- one year from the date of com/highschool online.php lowing precautions to protect enrollment to complete for more information• yourself and your environment from mosquito-borne illnesses: ~- Use a Joecommended riles:. quito repellent that contains DEET while you are outdoors. Remove all sources of standing water around your home and yard to prevent mos- q to breeding. • Wear loose, light-colored, long clothing to cover the arms AUGUST 29 Clarmount M. B. Church, Annual Men's Day Program, Guest/Bishop Searey, 6 pm 30 Apostolic Church of Truth & Spirit, 5th Sunday Fellowship, 11 am 30 Rosemound BC, Pastor's Aide Program, Shining Star of MS will be the Guests, 2 pm 30 King Emanuel BC, Christian Around The Clock Program, 2 pm 30 Homochitto BA Youth Depart., Back To School Youth Rally, Ministry of Puppets, Mime, free, 2 pm 30 New Beech Grove BC, Annual Homecoming, Pastor Jesse Williams + churches, noon SEPTEMBER 1 Mt. Olive BC, Mt. Olive Burial Assoc Meeting, 4 pm 2 Veteran's Service Office, Wilkinson County Courthouse, Open Every Wednesday, 8 am-4 pm 6 Nathaniel BC, Mission Anniversary, Guest Speaker Yo Yo Hill, 11 am 9 Veteran's Service Office, Wilkinson County Courthouse, Open Every Wednesday, 8 am-4 pm 0 Hwy. Patrol-Drivers Licenses/IDs, No longer coming to Woodville. 14 TRIAD-S.A.LT. Meeting, Wilk Co. Sheriffs Complex, Hwy. 61 S., 10 am rEED CASH? m! ~ ~mm • NOT A FINANCE COMPANY • ALL BUSINESS CONFIDENTIAL No Credit Check • Same Day Service Mr. and Mrs. Emmette Knighton of Centre~511e an- nounce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Mallory Anne, to Mr. Anthony Joseph Petitto, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Joseph Petitto of Amite, Louisiana. Vows will be exchanged by the couple on Saturday, the twenty-sixth of September, at the First Baptist Church of Amite in a six o'clock cer- emony performed by Dr. Den- nis Johnsey. A reception will follow at the Florida Parishes Arena Event Center in Amite. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Wallace of Summit and Mrs. Emma Zell Knigh- ton of Centreville and the late Mr. Robert Hollis Knigh- ton. Miss Knighton is a 2006 graduate of Centre~Ue Acad- emy. She also graduated from Southeastern Louisiana Uni- versity where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in General Studies and from Pearl River Community Col- lege where she received an Associate of Applied Science degree as a Certified Occupa- tional Therapy Assistant. The prospective bride- groom is the grandson of Mrs. Elizabertha Forshag of Amite and the late Mr. Nor- wood Forshag and the late Mr. and Mrs. Frank Petitto of Amite. Mr. Petitto is a 2006 graduate of Oak Forest Acad- emy. He also graduated from Southwest Mississippi Com- munity College and received his Associate of Arts degree. He is employed as a fireman and EMT with the Tangipa- hoa Parish Fire Department in Amite. Friends and relatives of the couple are cordially in- vited to attend the wedding and the reception. Jennifer Chaffin On Summer Honor Roll At Jones Junior College Jones County Junior 4•0; Dean's List -- 3.99-3.5; College in Ellisville has an- Faculty List--3•49-3.0. nounced the 2015 summerNamed to the Jones semester honor roll scholars. County Junior College Presi- Full-Time students with 15 dent's List for the Summer hours or more and who main- 2015 school term was Jen- rain the ~f~ovti~i'gi~[dle~i~e~ Dawn Ch~ofWoc, dd point averages will make the xdlle, daughter of Mr. and honor roll: President's List-- Mrs. Jim Chaffin. and legs when outdoors. • Avoid am~ where mesqui- toes are prevalent. For more information on mosquito-berne illnesses, visit the MSDH website at www. HealthyMs.com/westnile. Follow MSDH by email and social media at HealthyMS. com/connect. 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