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Page 8A The Woodville Republican, Thursday, December 17, 2015 COLLEGE DAY HELD AT WCCA -- College Day 2015 was held at Wilkin- son County Christian Academy in Woodville on Tuesday, November 10. This is a time when students vis- it with representatives from the 10 colleges and universities who were present for the day. Shown above, from left to right, are as follows: WCCA seniors Carmen Cavin and Sam Nicholas, Southwest Mississippi Community College representatives Sabrina Forbes and Karinlee Brister, and WCCA seniors Luke Littleton, Jamie Lewis and Tyler Butler. -- WCCA Photo United Mississippi Bank I A Tradition of Community BankingTM EQUAL HOUSING ,-,=,,,o,,- Woodville 601-888-7644 WCCA HOLDS SENIOR NIGHT-- The Wilkinson Cou~aty Christian Acad- emy senior cheerleaders and football players were honored in a ceremony held prior to the Rams' game against Trinity Episcopal Day School on Fri- day night, October 23. Seniors hon- ored are as follows, front row, left to right: Carmen Cavin, Olivia Hurst, Jamie Lewis and Samantha Dobson. Football seniors are, back row, left to right: Austin Hendry, Jordan Palmi- sano, Calob Reed, Demarcus Cage, Luke Littleton, Sam Nicholas, Drew Skinner, Aubrey Pourciau, Phillip Cutrer, Dalton Dejean and Tyler But- ler. -- Woodville Republican Photo by Andy J. Lewis SMCC's Phi Beta Lambda Initiates New Members The Irwin Russell Club will meet on Friday, Decem- ber 18, at three.thirty at the home of Mrs. John Kean for their annual Christmas party. Mrs. Bentley Curry will serve as program chair- man. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whetstone, Jr., visited in Belzoni on Saturday, De- cember 12, with her mother, Ruby Rodgers, who was cel- ebrating her eighty-ninth birthday. On Sunday, December 13, the congregation of St. Paul's Episcopal Church enjoyed their annual visit from The Rt. Reverend Brian Seage, Tenth Bishop of Mississippi. A luncheon followed in the Parish Hall. Main Street Says '"'Shop Local" At Wrap It Up Night The Woodville/Wilkinson County Main Street Asso- ciation is announcing their final event in the Home For The Holidays shop local promotion. On Thursday, December 17, area merchants will be participating in ~he "Men's Wrap-It-Up Night" from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 D.m. "Men, this is YOur oppor- tunity to stay out of the dog house and wrap up your gift-buying!" said event or- ganizers. "Of course, every- one is invited to the event." With purchase, enter a drawing for South of the Border Restaurant gift card. Visit Woodville Main Street Facebook page for updated list of participating businesses. St. Paul's Episcopal Church Christmas Eve Services St. Paul's Episcopal A cordial invitation is ex- Church has announced plans tended to the entire cam- for Christmas Eve services to munity to join the congre- be held on Thursday, Decem- gation of St. Paul's for this ber 24, at 6 p.m. service. Southwest Mississippi Community College inducted new members in a ceremony held recently in the Horace C. Holmes Student Union build- ing on the SMCC campus. Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) is a national organization that helps any student in a busi- ness-related major including academic o~ career ~hnical students. Southwesfs PBL or- ganization represents Health Care Data Technology, Office Systems Technologg, Account- ing Technologg, Microcomputer Technology,, Marketing, Gen- eral Studie~ PreMed, Nursing Pre-Business Administration, and Secondary Education~ The advisors are Kim Tynes, Amber Lirette and Brian Miller. Group picture, front row: left to right, Earlisa Matthews-Mc- Comb;Ashley Coleman-Jayess; Patrina Amold-Brookhaven; Tara Cockerham-Magnolia; Christian Green-Magnoli~ Brandy Powell-McComb; back row: left to right, Mr. Jeremy Smith/S2YICC Vice-President Career Technical Education; Brian MiUer/PBL Advisor, Mohammad Mohammad-Mc- Comb; Jamikus McKelphin-Ty- lertown; Stephen Lusk-Liberty; Reginald McDowell-Magnolia; La~ Smtt-Ponchatouh; Cheryl Beasley-McComb; Tabitha Fowler-Tylertown; Tanysha Ha=ell- Magnoli Seth Nieman- McComb; Neff Chadala-Mccomb; Katelynn Ro~t; Kayla E~ chete-Tylertown; Jessica Wfl- liams-McComb; Dr. ICzmberly Tynes/PBL Advisn Ms" Amber IArette/PBL Ad~sor For your Primary Healthcare needs, please visit one of our Rural Health Clinics! Catchings Clinic 451 Bank Street, Woodville, MS (601) 888-3421 Robert L. Lewis, M.D. Internal Medicine Pradeep Kumar Selvaraj, M.D. Internal Medicine Patti Curry, CFNP Family Practice Jennifer Lanehart, CFNP Family Practice Centreville Clinic: (178 Hwy 24, Centreville, MS (601) 890-0520 Ricardo A. Nimo, M.D. Internal Medicine Gloster Clinic 434 N. Captain Gloster Dr., Gloster, MS (60t) 225'4711 ~!i ~i::~ii! James L. Hawley, NP-C Family Practice James C. Leak, M.D. Family Medicine Liberty Clinic 1410 E. Main Street, Liberty, MS (601)657-8820 Trinity J. McKenzie, M.D. James L. Hawley, NP-C Family Medicine Family Practice Natchez Salvage & Parts, Inc. why new when used will do? USED AUTO & TRUCK PARTS Bay Here! Pay Here! USED AUTOS 601-442-3626 or Toll Free 1-800-759-0631 Waste Pro will be running ALL FRIDAY ROUTES ON WEDNESDAY for the Christmas Holiday NORMAL SCHEDULE for the New Year's Holiday 396~ Liberty Road Natchez, MS 39120 Main: 601.361.9967 Woodville Merry Christmas dr Happy New Year Many thanks from all of us! Holiday Closing Dates Closed Dec. 21-Jan. 4. Re-open Jan. 5