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2 Holmes County HERALD - Thursday, July 1, 2010 Deadline Calendar of Events 4p.m.,FRIDAY 4 p.m., FRIDAY Deadline HCC TO HOST BASKETBALL CAMP The July session of the Ja- son Flanigan Basketball Camp will begin Monday, July 19, in Frank Branch Coli- seum on the Goodman Cam- pus of Holmes Community College. The camp sessions will begin at 9 a.m. each day and conclude at 3 p.m. Camp- ers will need to be delivered and picked up promptly at these times. Campers ages eight through seniors in high school are eli- gible to attend this camp. A concession stand will be open throughout the camp for lunch, drinks, chips, and candy. Each participant's money will be kept in a sealed envelope in our camp bank and retumed to them each day. Discounts are available for more than one child per household. Directors for the camp will be the men's head basketball coach, Jason Flanigan, and Ja- son Harrison, assisting men's basketball coach. 7-1,8 ST. MATTHEW TO HOLD HOMECOMING Greater St. Matthew Church of God in Christ will hold their homecoming program at 2 p.m. on Sunday, July 4. The guest speaker will be Elder Clemon Redmond. 6-24;7-1 SALEM M.B.C. WILL HOLD HOMECOMING Salem M.B. Church will be having their annual home- coming on July 4 at 11:30 a.m. The public is invited. 6-24;7-1 beginning at 12 noon on Sat- urday, July 3 at Bill Daniel Park. Any group that will be hold- ing a reunion or picnic is in- vited to call 662-528-6949 and join the celebration. 6-24;7-1 LEBANON M.B.C. TO HOLD ANNIVERSARY The pastor and members of Lebanon Missionary Baptist Church invite the public to come and worship with them during their 141 st Church Pre- Anniversary and Homecom- ing Celebration on Saturday, July 3, at 5 p.m The climax of this event will be on Sunday, July 4, at 11 a.m. 6-24;7-1 BLUES FESTIVAL SET FOR JULY 3 IN TCHULA The second annual Blues Festival will be held in Tchula RECOVERY TRAINING SESSION IS JULY 10 A recovery tools and train- ing session for anyone who is FACTORY CONNECTION dedicated to helping individu- als who were tornado victims will be held on Saturday, July 10 at St. Mary's Episcopal Church in Lexington from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Those who receive the train- ing will get manuals, tools, disaster resources, and (expe- riences to use immediately). Anyone who wants to par- ticipate can contact Sandra Braasch by e-mail at or Cyndi Weakley at 601-407-8098 or by e-mail at 6-24;7-1 HCC TO HOST FOOTBALL CAMPS The Holmes Community College Bulldog football pro- gram is hosting two different camps in July. The Red Zone 7-on-7 Double Elimination Passing Camp is scheduled for July 8 on the Goodman campus from 10 a.m. until. The passing camp is for var- sity, junior varsity, freshman, and junior high teams. The Offensive Defensive Line Camp is scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday, July 21-22 from 8:30 a.m. un- til 2:30 p.m. onthe Goodman Campus. The lineman camp is for both junior high and high school athletes. For more information on both camps, please contact Coach Mike Misita at 662- 472-9134 or 6-24;7-1 EXT. PROGRAM IS JULY 1 AT LEX. LIBRARY On July 1 at 3 p.m. at the Lexington Public Library, Cordelia Patterson with the Extension office, will present a program to the children. For more information call the library at 662-834-2571. 6-24;7-1 ROSE HILL DISTRICT TO HOLD MEETING The Rose Hill District As- sociation and its auxiliaries will meet at Holy City M.B. Church in Ebenezer on Mon- day, June 28 through Friday, July 2. Monday night's musi- cal will begin at 7:30 p.m. On Tuesday-Friday the meetings will begin at 6 p.m. For additional information, contact the moderator or the secretaries. 6-24;7-1 EXTENSION TO HOST LET'S GO WALKING Holmes County Extension will sponsor "Let's Go Walk- ing Holmes County!" on Sat- urday, July 10 at 8 a.m. The walk will start at the Court- house. Former Mrs. Missis- sippi, Katrina Myricks, who is also with the "Let's Go Walk- ing Mississippi" campaign will lead the walk. Rochelle Culp with the Healthy Mississippi Organi- zation will also be on hand as- sisting with the event. For more information, please call Algenia Adams, EFNEP Program Associate with Holmes County Exten- sion Services, at 834-2795. 7-1,8 TRINITY CHURCH TO HONOR PASTOR Trinity M.B. Church will celebrate the anniversary of Pastor Dan E. March at 2 p.m. on Sunday, July 4. Rev. Larry Black will preach the sermon. The public is invited. New Ku bota Tracto rs 0% Down! 0% for tool I A00res-Della Implemnt 8eizon[, i00c. Lexington Sales Lot Highway 2 W Lexigto Call Mac Phillips at 662-4f 7-9 76 MAIN STREET WILL HOLD BIBLE SCHOOL Vacation Bible School will be held at Main Street Baptist Church in Goodman on July 5 - 9 at 5:15 - 8:30 p.m. Kick- off will be held on Sunday, July 4 at 6 p.m. 6-24,7-1 FRIDAY RUMMAGE SALE IS JULY 2 Lexington Main Street will hold it's First Friday Rum- mage Sale on July 2 from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. at201 Spring Street behind the Alfa Build- ing. Please come and see what we have. We get new things in each month. Call 834-0053 if you have things you would like to do- nate. The donations are tax de- ductible. 7-1 SNAKE MAN TO BE AT DURANT LIBRARY The Summer Library Pro- gram is in full progress at the Durant Library with over eighty registered for the pro- gram for children, ages 5-11. The program on Tuesday, July 6 at 2 p.m. will feature Terry Vandevender, "The Snake Man," who is a favorite with children. Also still in progress is the library's Used Book Sale, which will conclude soon. Books have been reduced- hardbacks are now 50 cents and paperbacks are 25 cents Books are being donated regu- larly. 7-1 ST. MATTHEW SET PASTOR PROGRAM Greater St. Matthew Church 6-24;7-1 of God in Christ will h0Id their (Continued on page 9) MEMBE ....... s'2smm p Aocta rtoN 0JsPs 247-680) HOLMES COUNTY HERALD Periodicals postage paid at Lexington, Mississippi by East Holmes Publishing Enterprises, Inc., Lexington, Mississippi. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: Holmes County Her- aid, P.O. Box 60, Lexington, MS 39095. Published each Thursday at 308 Court Square, Lexington, MS 39095. Telephone 662-834-1151; Fax 662-834-1074; Email Web site Bruce Hill ................. Publisher Mike Steen .................... Editor Julie Ellison ...... Gen. Manager Shemera O'Neal ...... Computer Personnel Maurice Benson ...... Computer Technician SUBSCRIPTION RATES Herald subscription rates are as follows: In Holmes County ....... $25.00 In Mississippi, ............. $27.00 Outside Mississippi .... $32.00 SENIOR CITIZEN'S RATES Age 60 or older $1 off above rates."