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Page 10 The Woodville Republican, Thursday, November 19, 2015 WCCA News- H ) On Wednesday, Novem- ber 11, friends, students and faculty of WCCA gath- ered in the school gym to honor local veterans. The Veteran's Day program was kicked off with a wel- come by sixth grader Mal- lory Ford, followed by The Pledge of Allegiance led by fifth grader Ryan Fisher. Cassidy Williams from the sixth grade led the group in prayer, followed by wonder- ful music led by Mrs. Jenny Chaffin's choral students. Mrs. Deborah Whetstone introduced the honored guests, Dr. Rob Muncy, Mathew Biesel, Alex Ven- tress III, Rory Randall, Prentiss Ferguson, Charles Henry Fairchild and Mr. A. D. Carter. Brother Warren Whitaker II gave a very informative and inspiring devotion about why we celebrate Veteran's Day and honoring Jesus for also sacrificing his life for us. The service closed with music from the elementary students and pictures with guests. A special thanks to all who attended and partici- pated in this year's Veteran's Day Program. WCCA Upcoming Dates: Thursday, November 19, Pep Rally/Send Off, 7:30 a.m.; School Dismissal, 11 a.m.; State Championship Football Game, Millsaps College, Jackson, I p.m. Friday, November 20, No School; November 23-27, Thanks- giving Holidays. DRESSED FOR THE 1950'S -- The kindergarten class at Wilkinson County Christian Academy observed "50's Day" and dressed in attire of that time period. Shown above, front row, left to right, are as follows: Jake Longmire, Austin Cavin, Jennings McCurley, Justin Hendry and M.J. Henley. Back row, same order: Kittie Boulton, Katie Ruth Jensen, Stella Ferguson, April Gash and Allie Joyce Mudd. -- WCCA Photo Woodville Mayor & 2. A policy of liability in- surance is in place for the festival showing the Town of Woodville as an addition- al insured in an amount no less than $500,000. 3. The waiver is only applicable to an area not greater than one city block. 4. The festival takes re- sponsibility for assuring that proper identification is required of all persons seek- ing to consume alcohol. 5. The waiver is for beer only. 6. Non-sanctioned food vendors and all other om the-street vendors not sanc- tioned by the Festival will not be allowed to sell during Festival hours. IT IS FURTHER OR- DERED that the Town of Woodville will provide as- sistance and support to the festival in set up, clean up and the provision of ad- ditional police support as needed. SO ORDERED, October 6. 2015. WHEREAS the Town of Woodville would like for Halloween to be safe and fun for all citizens; and, WHEREAS the setting of specific hours for trick or treat activities will promote this goal. IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, on motion of Alderman Anthony, sec- ond by Alderman Fry and passed unanimously that the trick or treat hours for Saturday, October 31, 2015 are set from 5:00 to 7:00 for children 12 and under. It is further ORDERED that all children participating in "trick or treat" must be ac- companied by an adult. SO ORDERED, October 6, 2015. WHEREAS, the Town of Woodville is currently in need of a new survey for the Historic District; and, WHEREAS, there is grant money available to assist in paying the cost of the survey upon proper ap- plication. IT IS THEREFORE OR- DERED, on motion of Alder- man Anthony, second by Al- derman Fry and approved unanimously that James Derbes and the Mayor are hereby authorized to make said application for grant money for the assistance with the cost of a survey for the Historic District. SO ORDERED, October 6, 2015. WHEREAS, the Town of Woodville is in need of dead pine tree removal in Cedar Rest Cemetery; and, WHEREAS, there have been received 2 bids for the work: Longbranch Tree Service in the amount of $1,375.00 and Midway Tree Removal in the amount of $1,600.00. IT IS THEREFORE OR- DERED, on motion of Al- derman Carter, second by Alderman Anthony and ap- proved unanimously that the Longbranch Tree Ser- vice bid of $1,375.00 be ac- cepted. SO ORDERED, October 6, 2015. WHEREAS, the Town of Woodville advertised for bids for the feeding of in- mates being held by the Town of Woodville; and, WHEREAS, there were received by the Town 4 bids, as follows: Flick's Conve- nience, $5.38 per plate; L& M Bakery, $6.00 per plate; Sprint Mart #70, $8.99 per meal; CC's Catering, $5.25/ breakfast and $5.50/Lunch & dinner. IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED, on Motion of Alderman Fry, second by Alderman Anthony and ap- proved unanimously that the low bid of Flick's is hereby accepted, subject to the provision of the Ms. De- partment of Health Inspec- tion Certificate. SO ORDERED, October 6, 2015. WHEREAS, the Town of Woodville Utility Depart- (Continued from Page 9) ment is in dire need of a new backhoe in order to continue serving the citi- zens of the Town of Wood- ville; and, WHEREAS it was adver- tised for bids on the pur- chase of said equipment, said bids attached as Ex- hibit "A". Crawler Supply: Case 580SN with Pilot controls, $82,394.00; Crawler Sup- ply: Case 580SN with joy stick. $79.025.00: Scott Equipment: Case 580 Su- per N, $90,185.00; Puckett Machinery Co.: Caterpillar 416F2. $90,865.00; Strib- ling Equipment: John Deere 310L. $83,500.00. IT IS THEREFORE OR- DERED. on motion of Al- derman Anthony, second by Alderman Carter and approved unanimously that the Town of Woodville will accept the lowest and best bid of Crawler Supply for Case 580SN with Pilot Con- trols for $82,394.00, subject to confirmation that the proposed bid is in compli- ance with the advertised specifications, with best fi- nancing available. SO ORDERED, October 6. 2015. WHEREAS. it is Ordered, on Motion of Alderman Carter, seconded by Alder- man Fry, and passed unani- mously, that the meeting of the Board of Aldermen of the Town of Woodville be and is hereby adjourned un- til the next Regular Meet- mg on Tuesday, November 3, 2015, at 5:00 p.m. at the Woodville Municipal Build- ing. SO ORDERED. October 6. 2015. Gary D'Aquilla, Mayor ATTEST: Cathy McCurley, Clerk " #iiii:ii; ........... : Leighton and Seth Nett- Doctors Julie and Bran erville announce the birth of Dawson of Madison an- their first child, a son, Bryce Seth, on Thursday, November 5, 2015, at Natchez Commu- nity Hospital. Grandparents are Jan and Charlie Netter- ~lle and Catherine McDaniel of Natchez and David McDan- nounce the birth of their first child, a daughter, Emery Katherine, on Monday, November 16, 2015, at Woman's Hos- pital in Jackson. Grand- parents are Mr. and tel Sr., of Natchez. 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