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The lower photo is of the members of the "When It's Brown It's Down" cooking team which was judged as the Grand Champions of the 8th annual Wild Game Cooking competition. -- Submitted Photos At the request of Wilkin- son County Superintendent of Education Timothy T. Scott the newly re-formed Wilkin- son County High School Band Booster Club was invit- ed to the Wednesday, October 14, meeting of the Wilkinson County Board of Education. "I asked them to come and tell the beard what they are doing and what their plans are on assisting the growth of our district's band," said Supt. Scott. WCHS Band Booster Club President Esther Thompson said, "The district has not had a decent band in 5-6 years. To help with this prob- lem, we formed a new band booster club. We have raised money and bought the band white tee shirts and plan on buying orange ones." She continued, '%Ve want our band to be what it used to be. They are getting better and better with each day," Another booster club offi- cer said, "We are working te- wards next year. We need the Board of Education to do all they can with fimding for the band next year." Supt. Scott said, '%Ve ap- preciate all you are doing. If you are raising money, the school district needs a plan of action from the Band Booster Club." It was announced that band uniform consisting of a coat, pants and hat costs about $350 per person. Board member and Board President Charlie Floyd said, "Hopefully, next year we will have a dressed out band. We will do what we can." Board members Linda Boyd, Billy Spiller and John- ny Smallwood all expressed their support for building a bigger and better band and for the Band Booster Club. Board member Spiller asked the school district to remember the late Dewey Barley, who died last week and was a former school dis- trict employee with about 25 years of service. At the time to open bid offers, an announcement was made that the district received no bids for Occupa- tional Therapist and Physi- cal Therapy services for the schooldistrict. The school district received a number of bid offers for timber sales on two county school district sections as fol- lows: Section 16, T3N/R1E containing a total of 62 acres -- Gulf States Timber, Clin- ten, La. - $64,400; Woodhav- en, Natchez, $169,000; Good Hope, Natchez, $93,998. On recommendation of County Forester Charles Wellborn, the beard voted 5-0 to accept the high bid offer from Wood- haven for $169,000 Section 30, T4N/R3W containing a total of 83 acres -- Good Hope, Natchez, $47,998; J. M. Jones Lum- ber Co., Natchez, $53,517; Darden Timber, Centreville, $11,256; Woodhaven, Nat- chez, $33,000. On recommen- dation of the county forester the beard accepted the high bid of J. M. Jones Lumber of $53,517. Supt. Scott said there is a problem with a timber sale contract with Georgia-Pacific on Section 18, T2N/R1E that has been ongoing since April, 2015. The name on the bid bend is not the same as the name on the contract. '~fis has finally been corrected and approved by myself and our county forester, Mr. Well- bern," said the superinten- dent. On motion by board member Fannie Bateaste and a second by Spiller, the revised contract was ap- proved by 5-0 vote. Federal Programs Director Chavis Bradford gave brief reports on MCAPS, Profes- sional Development Plan, Parental Involvement and Policy Updates. (Continued on Page 4) Flu Vaccine Now Available litical Announcement Column Henria Jolla-Carr Seeks Election As Chancery Clerk Greetings to the Citizens of Wilkinson County: I, Henria Jolla-Carr, am formally announcing my can- didacy for Chancery Clerk of Wilkinson County, Missis- sippi, in the upcoming Tues- day, November 3, 2015, Gen- eral Election. I humbly ask for your prayers and support. Question: Who is Henria Jolla-Carr? Answer: I was born in Wilkinson County, Fort Adams, Mississippi. I am a very proud mother of four (4) adult children. I am the grandmother of six (6) won- derfulan activegrandchildren.member of theI amst. Matthew B. C. #2. Question: What does Hen- ria Jolla-Carr believe? Answer: I believe in God, in Fairness, and Equal Treatment of All, in Wilkin- son County! I also believe that "IT IS TIME FOR A CHANGE!" PLATFORlVI: If elected to the position of Chancery Clerk, I promise to be a diligent steward of this county's assets. I promise to treat everyone who comes to the Office of Chancery Clerk with courtesy, respect and professionalism. Lastly, I promise not to make any promises I cannot keep! Question: Where has Henria Jolla-Carr been? Answer: I have had the privilege of being married to a 26-year United States Army Vietnam Veteran, now deceased. During that time, my family and I traveled ex- tensively to many states in the United States as well as abroad, including eight (8) years in Europe. However, there is no place like home. I At County Health Departments Seasonal flu shots arecination. Caretakers of ance Program (CHIP) can now available at all Mis- these infants need to bereceive the vaccination for returned home -- Wilkinson actions that enable us to sissippi State Department vaccinated to help prevent $10. Insurance is accepted County-- in 1997. be seen through the eyesof Health (MSDH) countythe spread of flu to this for children's flu shots. The PROFESSIONALLY.. of the State of Mississippi clinics. Seasonal flu vacci- especially vulnerable age MSDH accepts Medicaid, NuL~cen~vidkinso:r~Ctount1 2:mn~ef~?2u~d'yLweteU~::e ~nnat;:nei~'~%xm~:2dhe:2~ ~2dC,~::e are up ~tet~c~t CHIoPol ~nmdptohye- Case Manager of Children of honoring our community older, to 200,000 hospitalizations ees' Health Insurance Plan of Prisoners (COP); Federal Go/~ernment Civil Services Agency, Government Secu- rity Clearance; Emergen- cy Responder, Wilkinson County Emergency Man- agement Agency; Woodville Deer And Wildlife Festival Volunteer. EDUCATIONALLY: Associate Degree (AA), Practical Nursing, Manhat- ten Junior College; Emer- gency Medical Technician -- Intermediate & Defibrilla- tor, Barton Community Col- lege; Associate Degree, (AA), Barton Community College. Question: Are You Ready for a Change? Answer: Vote for me, Henria Jolla-Carr, on Tues- day, November 3, 2015, for your next Chancery Clerk of Wilkinson County, and together we will make a dif- ference. Thank you for your prayer, kindness, and sup- port. God Bless America! God BlessWilkinson County! Respectfully, Henria Jolla-Carr ToThe Voters -Of Wilkinson County I take this opportunity to say thank you for your sup- port during the August 4, 2015, Democrat primary for Superintendent of Educa- tion, and I strongly encour- age all of you to go to the polls on Tuesday, November 3, 2015, and cast your vote for the candidate of your choice. May God continue to bless you! Sincerely, /s/Charles E. Johnson Charles E. Johnson Thomas C. Tolliver, Jr. Seeks Re-Election as Chancery Clerk As we proceed in this ex- citing campaign season, let us reflect on the individual character we all share that makes us proud citizens of Wilkinson County and the with true leaders who will always be dedicated to the task, passionate and con- cerned about results, and the people. I am deeply humbled by the continued confidence through God Almighty that the community and the leaders of our county have had in me, and the support that you have given me, not only during previous elections, but throughout my 36 years of service as your Chancery Clerk. It has truly been an honor to have represented the people of Willdnson County for over 36 years, and I pray that you entrust in me the op- portunity to serve you many more years, as I, Thomas C. (Mr. T) Tolliver, Jr., seek re- election as your Chancery Clerk. This position wilI allow me to do what I am most proud of, and that is being a servant to all. I have used my position to bring many advances to our beautiful county. Through experience, my top priorities have and will continue to be providing you with a professional and competent staff who are ready to assist the citizens of our county, digitizing all pertinent county records, deeds, deeds of trust, oil and gas records, automated court records, a virtual in- dex system, fast and univer- sal access of these records, restoration and preserva- tion of vital records, and efficient financial records to be launched by mid-2016, therefore insuring fiscal re- sponsibility and sustaining transparency. By endorsing your sup- port you are saying that you believe in the many years of great leadership and success that our office has already achieved. In return you can be assured that with my experience I will always be Passion- ate, Honest, Dedicated and Concerned about the af- fairs of all of our citizens and patrons who use the services of the Wilkinson County Chancery Clerk's Office. Your servant, Thomas C. ToUiver, Jr. Chancery Clerk Wilkinson County, Mississippi "The flu shot is absolutely your best protection against the flu" said MSDH State Health Officer Dr. Mary Currier. "The vaccine takes one to two weeks to produce immunity, and although flu season usually peaks in January through March, it sometimes reaches high levels as early as December. Now is the perfect time of year to get your flu shot." Those particularly at risk for influenza compli- cations include young chil- dren, adults 65 and older, pregnant women, and those with chronic illnesses. "It's also important to remember that children under six months are too young to receive the vac- Longtime In The body of an 86-year- old minister was recovered on Tuesday, October 13, from Gilliard Lake on the St. Catherine Creek Na- tional Wildlife Refuge in southern Adams County. The body of the victim, the Reverend Frank Sullivan, was recovered at approxi- mately 6 p.m. by the Adams County Sheriff's Office and Adams County Search and Rescue, a spokesman for the Adams County Sheriff's Office stated. Adams County Coroner James Lee said an autopsy Officials in the towns of Centreville and Wcodville have announced the date and hours during which Trick or Treating will be allowed in their corpo- rate limits. Halloween will be observed on different dates and at different times in the two municipalites. The Town of Centrev- ille will host Halloween on Thursday, October 29. From 5.'30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. chil- dren can Trick or Treat or participate in a Trunk or Treat in the park on Main Street. If you would like to participate in the Trunk or and anywhere from 3,000 to 49,000 deaths each year because of the flu. "Most people recover without difficulty, but even young and otherwise healthy people can have complications and die from the flu," said Currier. For adults, the different types of vaccinations avail- able this year are as follows: Seasonal flu vaccination for $30; Flu nasal mist for $35; and High-dose flu vaccina- tion for those 65 and older for $55 Those 18 and under who are eligible for the Vaccines for Children program or the Children's Health Insur- Mini= has been completed and the cause of death has been de- termined to be drowning. Deputies first responded to the wildlife refuge after a fisherman contacted the ref- uge's office and said he had found an empty boat on the lake with a hat and paddle floating in the water nearby. The board was reportedly lodged against a stump ap- proximately 100 yards from the shore. Deputies were able to confirm Sullivan was in the area after running the tag on a truck in the lake's Treat, please contact one of the following: Betty Roberts (601) 629-5011; Lorina Wil- liams (601) 645-5917; or Feli- cia Williams (601) 341-9906. In the Town of Woodville, Trick or Treating has been set on Halloween Day, which is Saturday, October 31. The Woodville Mayor and Board of Aldermen have declared the hours of 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. as the time span allowed for Trick or Treating on Satur- day, October 31. Neither town will allow anyone over the age of 12 to participate in Trick or Treat- (AHS) for adults. While vaccination is the best protection, basic infec- tion control measures can also reduce the spread of flu and should be taken whether or not individuals are vaccinated. These mea- sures include covering your mouth when coughing and sneezing, staying at home when you or your children are sick, and washing your hands frequently. To locate a county health department clinic in your area or for more informa- tion on flu and pneumonia, visit the MSDH website at www.HealthyMS.com/flu. Follow MSDH by email and social media at HealthyMS. corn/connect. parking area and then by contacting a neighbor to confirm that Sullivan was not home. Family members identi- fied the body at the scene after it was recovered, au- thorities reported. Reverend Sullivan was pastor of the Embrew and Bay Ridge Baptist Church- es in Wilkinson County at the time of his death. Funeral services for Rev- erend Sullivan were held at 11 a.m. on Monday, October 19, 2015, at Jerusalem Bap- tist Church in Natchez. ing. This is an event for chil- dren and not teenagers, and town officials ask that par- ents accompany their chil- dren to provide supervision. Area officials want to ensure a safe and fun eve- ning for the area young chil- dren. Officials in beth towns cautioned motorists to be on the lookout for children who might be wearing dark clothing or costumes darting across the streets. "We want everyone to have a good time," officials declared. "But please, be safe and be careful7