Historical preservation commission to meet August 30
Historical Preservation Commission will meet on Friday, August 30.
All residents and interested citizens are invited to join us at the Chamber Office at 2:00 p.m.
Trinity event August 31
Rummage sale and Fish Sandwich with drink at Trinity Church of God In Christ, August 31, 2013, 6:00 o’clock until 3:30 P.M. 706 Winston Street, Louisville, MS
Music event Aug. 31
The Peter’s Rock Temple Church Of God In Christ
Choir Workshop & Musical
“Praising With a Purpose”
August 29-31, 2013
August 31, @ 6:00 PM
Thursday and Friday @ 6pm followed by Choir Rehearsal
Final Rehearsal Saturday @ 10:00 AM
Evangelist Barbara Jackson-Sago International Vice President Church of God In Christ- Music Department
& Predestined of Louisville, MS Musical Guest
For More Information, Call Our Office @ (662)-323-5119
LHS Class of 1983 Reunion August 30-31
Louisville High School Class of 1983 will be having their 30th year class reunion August 30 through August 31. The event will be held at Lake Tiak-O’Khata in Honey Suckle Hall. This year, the Noxapater and Nanih Waiya Classes of 1983 will be joining. It is not too late to pay fees. Plan on a weekend of fun! For more information, contact Douglas Maury for Louisville High School at 662-769-5977, Geraldine White-Harrington for Noxapater High School at 662-803-3779, or Lisa Hathorn-Ingram for Nanih Waiya High School at 662-803-8365.
Celebration Aug. 31
The Mt. Olive Bethel Harmony Religious Education Ministry, 123 Armstrong Street will sponsor a Grand Celebration of fellowship and worship Saturday August 31, 2013 beginning at 3:00 pm. Fishplates will be available for purchase and all proceeds will go toward the Religious Education Ministries. Worship services will start at 6:00 pm. The public is invited. For more information call 662-779-0147, 662-803-7340, 662-803-0409, or 662-803-3802.
Noxapater 7 Aug. 31
Mt. Pleasant #2 Missionary Baptist (MB) Church will be host to The Reflections of The Noxapater Seven. This will be a heartwarming event on Saturday August 31, 2013 at 5:00 pm beginning with a meet and greet while serving hors d’ oeuvre.
Goodin Reunion Sept. 1
The Annual Goodin Reunion will be held September 1, 2013 at the Neshoba County Coliseum. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. Please bring a covered dish.
AARP to meet Sept. 1
Winston County area AARP Chapter #2859 will hold their September 11, 2013 meeting in Dean Park beginning at 12:00 noon.
Everyone is asked to bring a covered dish and something to drink. This is the first meeting after vacation. Members are asked to please be present and on time.
Caperton Reunion September 1
The descendants of the late Samuel Henry Caperton and Sarah Frances Ball will be having their annual family reunion at the J.W. Young and Mollie Estes Park in Noxapater on Sunday, September 1, 2013. Please bring a covered dish and enjoy the fun, food and fellowship.
ACOG to host singing September 1
The Ackerman Church of God will host a singing with the Briar Ridge Quartet from the Tupelo Church of God Sunday, September 1st at 6pm. The church will be selling spaghetti plates from 4:30-5:30pm for $5.00 per plate or $20.00 for a family. Come out and fellowship together and be blessed by the Briar Ridge Quartet! For more information contact Pastor James Little at 662-308-8314.
UDC Sept. 3
Winston Guards 2643 UDC will meet on Tuesday September 3, at 5:30 p.m. at Lake Tiak O’Khata. If you are a woman who is a direct or collateral descendant of a Confederate soldier and 17 years of age or older are invited.
REPM meeting to hold meeting Sept. 5
Date: September 5, 2013
Time: 1:00 PM
Place: Louisville City Hall
Speaker: Ken McMullan, Superintendent of Louisville Public Schools.
Topic: His choice
A picture will be taken of REPM retirees from Louisville.
Noxapater Baptist Church to host Back to School event Sept. 7
Noxapater Baptist Church invites all children ages 3 to 6thgrade to a Back to School Splash party. The event is Saturday, September 7, 2013 from 2 to 4 p.m. The event will be at the home of Hanna and Joseph McCain 3155 Union Ridge Road Noxapater, MS. The event is also a kickoff of the Noxapater Baptist Church Children’s Choir program.
Homecoming services Sept. 8
Bethlehem Pentecostal Church, Four Corners Community will be having homecoming services, Sunday September 8, 2013, beginning at 10:30 A.M. Anyone wishing to donation to the cemetery fund, mail to Gay Fredrick, 17025 HWY 25 South, Philadelphia, MS 39350.
Gum Branch Baptist Revival Sept 8-11
Revival Services will be held at Gum Branch Baptist Church September 8 -11, Sunday at 11:00 AM and 7:00 PM, Monday-Wednesday at 7:00 PM. Brother Grady Crowell will be preaching and Paul Goodin and Susan Blanchard will be the musical entertainment.
Noxapater Baptist Church to host Moore simulcast Sept. 14
Noxapater Baptist Church is hosting a Beth Moore Simulcast Saturday, September 14. Please contact the church to attend the event.
Calvary Baptist to host girls event Sept. 14
Calvary Baptist Church in Macon, MS will be hosting a Ladies & Teenage Girls Event on Saturday, September 14th, 8:30 – 11:30 a.m.
The conference is entitled ALL in ALL. Janie McMullen will be the guest speaker.
Janie is the mother to the late Malley Jane. Many joined in the prayer group praying for Malley Jane and she will be sharing her story of God’s amazing grace and love during the time of their great loss. Teenage girls & ladies are welcomed. Brunch will be served. No nursery provided. Tickets are $10.00 and can be purchased at Stephanie’s Shenanigan’s in Louisville, Sassy’s in Macon, and Flowers from the Heart in Philadelphia. Questions contact 662.803.9651
Woman’s Day program Sept. 15
Oak Grove No. 2 M. B. Church, Women’s Day Program, September 15, 2013
You are cordially invited to come and share in our Women’s Day on Sunday September 15, 2013 at 3:00 p.m. Our guest speaker, Sister Ealine McDaniel of Starkville, MS. Everyone is invited to share with us. Rev. Anthony Thames, Pastor
Central Christian University Seminary Classes September 16
Central Christian University/Ministerial Institute and College, Louisville Extension Seminary will begin fall classes on September 16 at 7 p.m. The classes will be held at the Mt. Olive Bethel Harmony Religious Education Building, 123 Armstrong Street. Please call 662-736-3500 for more information and to pre register.
OCC to kickoff Sept. 21
Operation Christmas Child, Countywide kick off Operation Christmas Child is Saturday, September 21, 2013 at First Baptist Church in the Fellowship hall.
Registration begins at 9:45 a.m. The meeting starts at 10:00 a.m. until 12:00 a.m.
A light lunch will be served. Come and pick up your supplies. Let’s get started working on our n=boxes.
Collection week is November 18-25, 2013. If you have any questions, you can call Mary Ann Yates at 662-773-7639
Revival Sept. 19 to Sept. 25
Power Filled Holy Ghost Revival, coming to Noxapater HWY 15, Under the tent, September 19th – 25th, 7:00 p.m. nightly, Come expecting Miracles, Healings, and Deliverance. Tired of religion. Come for a life changing experience. Call 956-279-0420
Woodmen senior camp Sept. 30
The 2014 Woodmen of the World Senior camp for members age 55+ will be held Sept 30-Oct 2 at Lake Tiak-O’Khata in Louisville, MS. Come join us for some good food, games, fellowship and entertainment. Registration is $80 per member and includes all the meals and entertainment as well as the lodging in either a private hotel room or members can bring their RV and stay in the Lake’s beautiful RV campground. Non-member spouses of members and guests of members are also invited for the same fee. The registration deadline is September 13. For more information contact your Woodmen field representative or the State office at 662-842-9233 or your local area office at 662-773-5311.
NWTF gun blast and seafood dinner
THURSDAY -OCTOBER 17, 6:00 PM
Gregory’s Restaraunt-Warrior One Stop
Hwy 397 at Nanih Waiya-Louisville, MS
Guns- yeti coolers–generators–much more
games-wildlife art-other great hunting and outdoor prizes
1 gun door prize for every 10 people with tickets
15-20 rifles, shotguns, handguns to be won
For Tickets Call:
Al Porter 662-803-2017
WENDELL WOMACK 662-803-3974
Robert Higginbotham 662-803-2017
HARDEES WILDLIFE SHOW
GCS STEW SUPPER- Thursday, October 3
5:00 til 9:00 pM
Whitetail Deer Exhibition–Bring your Tropy Mount–No entry fee
Prizes awarded for Favorite Mounts
Win Guns-Blinds-Deer Stands-Generators-Wildlife Art-TON OF CORN
Games-Door Prizes (3 -$100 Cash Drawings)
Youth Shooting-JAKES TAKE AIM Range
MDWFP Laser Shooting Range–many kids games/activities
exhibitors welcome-space available
hunting clubs, civic groups, ball teams, etc all welcome to bring items for fundraisers–booth space available
Grace Christian school will be serving mr. gregory’s famous stew by the serving and by the gallon
admission $3 adults. $1 kids–6 and under free
for more information and to reserve booth space call
AL PORTER 662-803-0995 OR ROBERT HIGGINBOTHAM 662-803-2017.
Walking in Wellness each Saturday
A Walking and Wellness group will be walking Saturdays from 9:00am to 10 am at Ivy Park in Louisville. Walk, Exercise and Tennis Every Saturday morning. All are invited to come enjoy the exercise and fun.
Louisville/Winston County Alcoholics Anonymous will now meet Monday and Wednesday nights at 7:30 p.m. beginning the first week of January 2012 on the second floor of the community house. Meetings until then will still take place on Wednesday and Friday nights at 7:30 p.m.
The Winston County Paparazzi on fourth Thurs of each month
The Winston County Paparazzi is working with the MSU Extension Office in Louisville to offer monthly meetings for photography enthusiasts. The meetings are the fourth Thursday of each month at the MSU Extension Office in Louisville at 6pm and are open to everyone. For more information call 662-803-8222 after 6 p.m. or email email@example.com
La Leche League of Louisville
La Leche League of Louisville meets monthly on the 4th Saturday from 1-2 p.m. at the County Extension Building. La Leche League offers mother-to-mother support, leaders accredited by La Leche League International, latest breastfeeding information, 24-hour telephone help, and lending library. For meeting information call Bonnie at 662-773-3911.
Volunteers for LFD
Help wanted: Individuals to serve their community. Must be dedicated, honest, community orientated, willing to help & learn, and able to help. Pay: none, uniform: provided, training: provided, satisfaction: guaranteed. Be a volunteer firefighter for the LFD.