July 21: Kathy Greener Brown, Ray Meador, Ellen Thrash, Billy Parker, Tony Wolf, Jeffrey Britt Lovett, David Brown, Mary Puckett, Teresa Davidson.
July 22: Bill Woods, Linda Sue Fairly Hughes, Pamela Webb Harris, Sheila Gardner, J.W. Young, Lois Golden, Jim Gatewood, Daniel Martin Hamm, Mrs. Dovie Hicks, Tasha Rae Hydrick, Janet Stilton, Elizabeth Marie Hartford, Maggie Shaw, Press Foster, Marie Athalia Fillingane, Charlotte Hollingsworth.
July 23: Lila Kilmer, Cheryl Robinson, Rubie Goodwin, Barry Tabor, John David Bassie, Paul Wayne Hollingsworth, Rebekah May, Christy Hurts.
July 24: Mrs. Bobby Moulder, Susan Burgess, Marie Burgus, Russell Vaughn, Bo Scales, Leesa Lee Wilkinson, Mrs. Leon Herrington, Si Bondurant, Ralph Hicks, Callie Lee Lowery, Patsy Nicholson, Ginny Rigby, CharLesa Tadlock, Gloria Simmons Dayton.
July 25: Susan Rhodes Black, Paula Chambers, Scottie Williams, Kitty Clarke, Heath Cooper, Margaret Chance, Jennifer Leigh Henderson, Zachary Adams, Randell Posey.
July 26: Brenda Harrison McNeil, Rose Wicker, Ronnie Craig, Jimmy Rogers, Jr., Jeff Long, Sherri Carr, Don Peterson, Tony Eugene Windham, Jill Ferguson, N.C. Mann, Linda Pryor, Christine Searcy, Jennifer D. Monk, Eric Thomas Bishop, Chris King, William Christopher.
July 27: Evan Thompson, Richard Rushing, Joe Anderson, Rev. Curtis Tucker, Gloria Everette, Patsy Roberts, David Graham, Mrs. Fred L. Davis, Mrs. James L. Guyse, Mary Jo Noblin, Evelyn Askin, Spencer Rushing, Randy Gainey, Peggie Wallace, John White.
A group from the Forest High School Reunion Class of ‘73 recently gathered at Amerigo’s Restaurant in Flowood. Among those Bearcats attending were Stacey Stegall Pace, Sherrye Risher Matthews, Kim Red Fowler, Wanda Calhoun Carter, Bitsey Halford Bruegel, Connie Gordin, Nancy Measells Mills and LuAnn Sessions Gould. Oh to have been a fly on the wall!!
Judge Tom and Norma Ruth Lee were encouraged by their children to accompany them to Sandestin for the Mississippi Bar Convention where they greatly enjoyed the activities of the convention as well as visiting with family and friends.
Forest Rotarians enjoyed a very interesting and informative program on Wednesday presented by Forest Public librarian Dianne McLaurin. Dianne told of the many services that the Forest facility offers and emphasized today’s library is “Not your grandmother's library.” Dr. Randy Reynolds was program chairman.
The many friends of Pat Strong are certainly sad to see her leave Forest but are happy that she will be in Starkville with daughter Amy and family. The Strong family moved here approximately 33 years ago and have been active and popular members of the community. Best wishes, Pat!!
Thanks to those who sent news this week. Look forward to hearing from you, too!