Category: News

Town & Country Garden Club meets

Submitted Members of the Town & Country Garden Club met May 19 at the J.W. Gully Camphouse. It was a luncheon affair. Members brought various dishes, which were very delicious. Mrs. Debbie Moody and Mrs. Sandra Culwell served as hostesses.…

Pilots host Valentine’s Party

Pilot Club of Louisville hosted a Valentine’s Party for the Developmental Delayed (DD) Class at Fair Elementary on February 12,2016.  Many thanks to Mary Ann Lee, Tara Woodward, Sara Ward, Delaine Woodruff, Allison Shanabrough and  Connie Faye Estes for planning snacks…

Pilot Club holds April Meeting

Pilot Club met on April 14, 2016 at Lake Tiak O’ Khata. President Beverly Wilkes called the meeting to order. President Beverly welcomed all the guest to the meeting. Gloria Joiner gave a special devotion and blessing for the meal.…

Pilot members at district

The Pilot Club of Louisville recently attended 28th Mississippi District Convention at the Cotton Mill Convention Center in Starkville, Mississippi.  Friday night Pilots attended the District social which pilots were treated with food catered by host clubs West Point and…

Awarded

Jacques Bragg, fifth from left, a carpentry student at Winston-Louisville Career and Technical Center, was honored among the state’s top career and education students at a recent awards ceremony sponsored by the Mississippi Construction Education Foundation. Recognizing him as a…

New grad

Mississippi College held their graduate commencement ceremony on May 6, 2016 in Clinton, Mississippi.  Bethany Ball, a graduate of Louisville High School and the University of Mississippi, received her Master’s Degree in Health Services Administration.  Bethany is a Dean’s List…

Book signing

Starkville, MS author Alison Buehler recently held a book talk and book signing at the Winston County Library.  In her new book, Rethinking Women’s Health: A Guide To Wellness, she addresses many health issues suffered by women and simple, healthy…

WA DAR

Seventh grade Winston Academy students recently participated in the D.A.R.E. Program. The program lasted over several weeks. Students were rewarded for their participation with a certificate of completion and t-shirt. 48 students completed the program under the direction of Louisville…

DAR hosts

Mike Daly, a native of Louisville, and retired insurance agent, gave the program for the April meeting of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Mike talked about his experiences working as a volunteer in the State Capital building, and the…