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# The Woodville Republican, Thursday, October 8, 2015 Page 3 MR. AND MRS, LOGAN CAMPBELL Letter To The Editor Building A Sense Of Community Dear Editor: Keri Smith Aitken and Jacob Logan Campbell were married on Saturday eve- ning, the first of August, in a seven o'clock ceremony performed by the Reverend Brad Delaughter at the Ce- dar Post Lodge on Stevenson Community can be de- fined as a group of people with diverse characteristics who are linked by social ties, share common perspectives, and engage in joint action in a geographical location or setting In July, 2014, after yet another senseless tragedy in our community, people linked by their commitment SMCC'S HOMECOMING COURT m and willingness to take per- Southwest Mississippi Community sonal respensibility for im- College announces its 2015 Homecom- proving conditions within ing Court: Paige Harvey of Tylertown, our community started a dis- Freshman Maid; Lexie Johnson of cussion. Those discussions resulted in efforts to identify, Monticello, Freshman Maid; Markia encourage, inspire and sup- Quinn of Tylertown, Freshman Maid; pert the work of individu- Austin Pruitt of Carriere, Student als, groups and organizations that are engaged in activities Lane near Liberty. Body Maid; McKenzie Brock of Sum- mit, Homecoming Queen; Aurora Diaz of Gloster, Sophomore Maid; Lacee Quiroz of Lumberton, Sophomore Maid; and Danaraye Parks of Sum- mit, Sophomore Maid. Homecoming 2015 will be Saturday, October 10. -- SMCC Photo or programs designed to im- ally. The simple truth is that all the challenges of a big prove the quality of life in the it would serve us bettor to city without the resources. town of Centreville. recognize that the promise Implementing creative ideas With the primary goal of tomorrow outweighs all of may mean choosing between of improving the communi- the differences of yesterday, the innovations and reducing ty's ability to make positive Instead of allo~ng our dif- the number of employees or change bypromotingcitizens' ferences to dictate our cur- raising taxes. Additionally, involvement and action, and rent association, we must the same people are often helping people from diverse work hard to develop under- called upon to help put corn- backgrounds and experienc- standing that will help us munity projects together, wore similar style ecru lace es develop trust, understand find solutions to our common and there are not enough of dresses and carried nosegays each other's experiences, and problems, them to carry the weight and of wildflowers mixed with work together on solutions, Living in a small town accomplish what needs to be red roses, the work began, presents challenges thatdone. Oftentimes they get Flower girl was Toby One of the first steps was make it difficult to pull frustrated and exhausted. Grace Stevens, who wore a to establish a cooperative things together. Small towns Mayor Lee and the Centrev- dress of ecru lace with a satin working relationship with have a substantial challenge ille Aldermen/Women have ribbon sash. our elected officials, and, de- when it comes to establishing begun to confront this chal- Serving as best man was spite some setbacks ,the dy- new programs -- the lack of lenge with the most powerful The bride-elect is the Dan Stevens, and grooms-namics of local politics have funding. Small towns have words in governing;, commu- danghtor of Donna and Kirk men were Trevor Campbell, changed for the bettor. Dis- Smith of Wood~lle and De- Jacob Resenthat, Jason Vine, cussions aimed at identify- nication, cooperation, col- laboration and participation. Let's get to work, confront this challenge and take ad- vantage of this opportunity to put our differences aside and work to create a better Centreville and ultimatoly a better Wilkinson County. For additional informa- tion, to make a suggestion or to offer encouragement, please contact us at (601) 810-9428 or email kwameed- walker@bellsouth.net. David Walker 1012 West Cherokee Street Centreville, MS 39631 (601) 810-9428 idrhe and Robert Beter of Brodie Lafentaine and Corey ing how cooperative efforts Denham Springs, Louisiana. Ellis. Ushers included Dan- among community residents She is the granddaughter of iel McReynolds, Christopher and elected officials can lead Lattiemore and Bobby Beach Perry and Rip McGraw. Ring to constructive change within of Re]de and the late Peggy bearer was Robert Aitken. our community are ongoing. Thanks to the efforts of and Eddie Smith of Wood- Reception ville. Following the ceremony The prospective bride- guests joined the couple at groom is the son of Kay and the lodge for a reception. Mithell Campbell of Gloster. White lights sparkled He is the grandson of Car- on the eaves of the wrap olyn Toney of Gloster and around porch of the lodge Centreville Mayor Larry Lee and Aldermen/Women Mr. John Moore, Mrs. Mary West, Mrs. Mary Sanders, Mrs. Betty D'Aquilla and Dr. Thomas Lebrano, who are committed to working with the late John Robert "Bob" where round tables were cov, community residents, the de- Toney, Jr., and the late Mil- ered with white cloths and velopment of a Healthy IAfe- dred Campbell and the late centered with candles and Delton Campbell of the East greenery. More lights were styleJI_~eisure and Recreation Fork community, strung along the raised walk- Program for the town of Cen- The brid~ ~ hrWdeff ~ tii"~A~'~ay tl~'~'slb~e~l ~Owfi to the' treville is continuing. white carriage, and was es- banks of the creek whereThis effort has received corted do~V~J~l~d~l~n$,'b~her guests gbl~&:i~'~fl~pa- outst~,.gdingi support from father. As the sun set, light vilion and on the dance floor. Wilkins" on Couhty Chancery filtered through the trees of DJ Robbie Bass provided Clerk Mr. Thomas Tolliver, the woodland setting where music for dancing, who, on a very short notice, the couple exchanged vows Inside the lodge tables prepared a grant request for in front of a tall cedar cross, held a buffet featuring jam- recreation equipment for the Guests were seated in rows balaya, crawfish in patty town of Centreville. What we of Chairs overlooking a slop- shells, grilled pork and an learned from these experi- ing creek bottom. Black iron assortment of hot and cold ences is that some elected stanchions held glass jars filled with wild flowers and red roses. Soloist was the bride- groom's sister, Caroline Campbell. The bride, given in mar- riage by her father, wore a strapless gown of ecru lace with a fitted bodice, beaded waistline and trumpet skirt which formed a brush train. Lace appliques edged her veil of illusion, and she car- ried a bouquet of red roses and wildflowers. Serving as matron of honor was Dearing Ste- vens, and bridesmaids were Mary Claire Altken, Ame- lia Aitken, Kimberly Smith, Caroline Campbell, Jennifer Wyble and Amy Brown. They hors d'oeuvres. A separate table held the bride's four layer cake with praline pecan, creme, straw- berry and chocolate ganache fillings. Red roses and smi- lax trinuned each layer of the cake that was iced with a lacey pattern and encircled with nosegays of wildflowers. The bridegroom's yellow but- ter cake was decorated with the Campbell family crest with the inscription "Ne Oh- liviscaris." Following a wedding trip to Alabama, Telmessee and Georgia, the couple are mak- ing their home in Liberty, where the bride works as a registered nurse and the bridegroom works in the con- struction industry. officials are willing to work with community residents to improve the quality of life in our Community. Detractors, doubters and skeptics will talk about the past and the cultural, racial, political and any other di- vide between the people of Centre~Ue, Woodville and in Wilkinson County gener- Netterville-Tanner Personnel Told For Oct. 10 Wedding Virginia Lill Netterville and Gerald Wayne Tanner Of Mandeville, Louisiana, are this week announcing the personnel for their upcoming wedding. The couple will be mar- ried on Saturday, the tenth of October, at Corinth Church of Christ in a half past five o'clock ceremony performed by Brother Ber- :nard Waitos. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thom- as Netterville of Woodville and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Tanner of St. Francisville, Louisiana. Attending the bride as maid of honor will be her sister, Mary Claire Netter- viUe. Bridesmaids will be Carrie Carter, Nicole Fury, Kaylee Gorka, Nicole Guil- lot, Emma Kingsdorf, Emily Lewis, Leighton Netterville, Lindsey Netterville, Taylor Priest, Lanren Snedigar and Virginia Whetstone. Nicholas D'Aquilla will at- tend the bridegroom as best man. Groomsmen will be Jor- dan Fabre, Nicholas Folse, Jack Maxwell, Clint McCall, Brooks McGeever, Dustin Morrison, Dwayne Munch, Matthew Netterville, Seth Nettorville, Ritchie Tanner and Wesley Tanner. Friends and relatives of the couple are cordially invit- ed to attend the wedding and the reception which will im- mediately follow at the home of the bride. Premier Ph Tsical Therapy 558 First South Street Woodville 601-888-7944 Board Certified Physical Therapist Virginia Lewh Whetstone, DPT e i ~i i . '" ' $25To S30i):: : NOT A FINANCE COMPANY ALL BUSINESS CONFIDENTIAL No Credit Check Same Day Service MoCranle Art: A at 9tudio 137 during the Woodville Deer Wildlife Festival New. one-of-a-kind pleoes ( Mo( ranie exhibit will be on displa l at tudio Art Gallertl until ea. )|st ) ALSO. 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