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November 6, 2014

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Woodville Civic Club News by Ernesto Caldeira Websitc: Email: 1st EDITION ALMOST SOLD OUT. PLANS FOR 2nd EDITION UNCERTAIN THE PLANTATION .WORLD OF WILKINSON COUNTY 1792-2012 At the recent board meeting a report was made on the success of the November 2013 printing of the plantations book written and produced by Stella Pitts and Ernesto Ca]deira as volunteers and printed by McComb Printing Company and distributed by the Civic Club. The Benefactors, Spon- sors, and Donors brought in $19,300 in contribu- tions; sales of one thou- sand books have brought in close to $60,000; and the expenses of printing, donations to libraries, advertising, and post- age and handling totaled $41,130.74. The net profit to the Civic Club has been ap- proximately $38,169.26. Since we have not had a fundraiser since our last Antiques Show and Sale in 2012 . . . the profits from the book kept our buildings and our projects going for almost three years. Members of the Board have been exploring the options available for keep- ing this valuable book in print. A second edition of 1000 books can be deliv- ered for $30,208.81. It is hoped that either donations for a second edition or outright in- terest free loans, which would be re-paid from the first sales, might be ar- ranged because the orga- nization hesitates going into to debt to keep it in print. Whitaker Eye Clinic 625 Main St. Woodville 6017888-6868 "Nothing is more precious than your eyesight." Dr. Dick Whitaker Optometrist Comprehensive Eye Exams Specialty Contact Lens Fits Designer Eyewear Diagnosis & Treatment of Eye Diseases Medi,'e t,. Medioakl Au, q' Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday from 8:15 am to 4:30 pm Closed Thursday The Woodville Republican, Thursday, November 6, 2014 Page 3 Crowns Of Hope Beauty Pageant Nov. 15 Liberty The American Cancer So- ciety's local Wflk-Amite Relay for Life will host its first an- nual Crowns of Hope Beauty Pageant at the Cotton Gin Restaurant in Liberty on Sat- urday, November 15, 2014. This is for girls ages birth through 18, with age divisions being. 0-1;2-3;4-6;7-9; 10 - 13; and 14 - 18 years. The pageant will start at 4:00 p.m. There will also be a photogenic contest. As per State pageant requirements, all contestants must wear age appropriate dress (0 - 13 years/Mother's choice dress, 14 - 18 years/ pageant dress), age appropri- ate makeup, no bare feet, and no flippers. In addition to the beauty pageant, the girl in each divi- sion raising the most money will be crowned Princess of Hope. All age division winners proceed on to compete in the State pageant which will be held in July, 2015. Application forms can be obtained by contacting Janice Walker@ 601-657-8246 or 601- 657-5957, or from Judy Clark @ 601-300-0025. Registration fee is $35, due by November 7, 2014. Late registration is $45. Entry fee for the photo- genie contest will be $10, with contestant bringing a photo of herself(no frames, please). Admission is $10 for adults, $5 for children under 12 years of age, and the contestant's mother  be admied free. Crowns of Hope T-Shirts are also being sold. Event organizers said,'lis Hill be an afternoon of family fun as we raise money to help in the fight against cancer. Please plan to come, bring your family, enter your daughters and granddaughters in the pageant, and enjoy food WBG Helping Men Behind Bars Woodville Baptist Church recently raised more than $1,000 for Christmas care packages for the Wilkinson County Correctional Facil- ity. The church also donated a collection of personal hygiene items to the Woodvi]le facility. The fun and collection were made possible through the xngregation's Christmas in Au- gust missions project %Ve are very gratefial to Pastor Rob Muncy and WBC for their hard work and gen- erosity," said Chaplain Roscoe Barnes HI. 'When they heard of this project and our need for support, they immediately stepped up to the plate. We believe this important act of kindness can have a tremen- dons impact on the lives of our men behind bars. We sincerely hope that other churches Hill follow their example." The Mississippi Depart- ment of Corrections allows the fadlity to provide care packag- es or 'oersonal hygiene items" during the Christmas holiday season. The items include one that can be ordered from ...... The Cotton Gin menu!" stick of clear deodorant, one bottle of clear shampoo, one bag of hard candy (30 count), and oneipair of white athletic socks. Each item should be regular size. 'lere are over 900 offend- ers at WCCF," said Muncy. "Chaplain Barnes' goal is to give a Christmas care package to each offender. I encourage the churches, businesses, and organizations in our area to join us in this effort." Nancy Payne, teacher for Mission Friends (ages 2-5) at WBC, "loved the idea and ran with it," said Muncy. He noted other groups at the church, in- eluding Girls in Action (girls lst-6th grades) and Royal Am- bassadors (boys ages lst-6th grades), also helped with the offering. All of the items were collected from members of the WBC, he said. 'roviding a care pack- age to a lonely man behind bars may be a tiny gesture of goodwill, but it can actually do wonders," said Tira Jackson, deputy warden of programs. 'Trst and foremost, it reminds him that somebody cares. It can also bring a genuine smile to a face that's more familiar with frowns and tears." 'Tes, these men are crimi- nals, but they're also fathers and sons," added Barnes. 'rhey're related to someone as brothers and husbands. Cous- ins and boyfriends. In other words, they're still human. We hope the community, faith groups, businesses, and indi- viduals, Hill help us this holi- day season. Together we can make a difference." Information on the Christ- mas care packages for WCCF is available by calling the chap- lain at (601)888-3199. Emails may be sent to him at roscoe. or Ros- Financial  in the form of checks should be made payable to Woodville Baptist Church, and mailed to: Wilkin- son County Correctional Facil- ity, Chaplain Roscoe Barnes HI, P.O. Box 1119, Woedvitle, Miss. 39669. Premier Physical Therapy : 558 First South Street Woodville 601-888-7944 Board Certified Physical Therapist Virginia Lewis Whetstone, DPT $aturda, 42 La. Free admission! Chili Tastes - only $1 each VIP Party with Craft Beer Tasting;: ::::: : Great Food, Music and More - $100 per person (must be 21 to eiitet)i For advance VIP Party tickets, team entdes or more information, please contact ::: ::/:: Theresa Payment at 225-658:6699, Show t atLa_neR, or log on to .............. All proceeds benefit the many projects o[ LarMCFioa, sUchas rvices at the new Radiation Oncology C On' :: :i::::::: i ;i i:i JOHN FORD LIVING HISTORY and his wife, Varina Howell EVENT HELD -- The Marion Davis, who visited the Confed- County Historical Society host- erate soldiers in a Civil War ed "The John Ford Living Histo- encampment. This camp was set ry Event 2014" which took place up for visitors to tour and learn on October 5-6 in Foxworth. how a Confederate soldier's life Several battle re-enactors took :was during the war. Mary Anna part in the event. Two well :Randolph Custis Lee Chapter known characters were repre. 2583 of the United Daughters sented including Andrew Jack- of the Confederacy hosted a tea son who roamed the battlefield and provided Civil War dulci- while soldiers of that period re- mer music for visitors to the enacted the famous battle that event. Woodville resident Sallie took place in New Orleans dur- Roberts is Chapter Registrar ingtheWarof1812, andConfed- for the host UDC Chapter. erate President Jefferson Davis Photo Submitted In Honor of Veterans Day We will be closed Tuesday, November 11 24 Hour Services Available: ArM's Express Phone Banking Online Banking Mobile Banking Open your own branch today! CONCORDIA BANK 00TRUST CO. MEMBER FDIC SINCE 1903 Monterey Ferriday Vidalia Natchez Woodville