The staff, board members, volunteers and members of the community celebrated Excel Community Learning Center’s 20 years of service on October 10. Pictured here from the left, Sister Pat Clemen, Constance Slaughter-Harvey and Sister Rita Goedken.
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Ephesus Baptist Church —Trunk/Treat night is Wednesday, October 30th. 6:30 to 8:00 PM. Bring your kids for a night of fun and fellowship. It will be held in the children’s playground area at EBC.
Oct. 30: Jo Guyse, George Gray Townsend, Jr., Glenn Pennington, Mrs. J. L. Byrd, Gay Gaddis, Johnny Gardner, Brian Barton, Patricia Johnson, Kevin Karnatz.
Oct. 31: Mrs. W. D. Craft, Mack Greer, Emily Busbea, Carolyn Boykin, James Smith, Shelia Henry, Brent Hammons.
The Lake High School Girls Slow Pitch Softball team capped off a magical season by defeating Houston High School (27-10) for the MHSAA Class I State Championship in Ridgeland this past Saturday.
Local cities and communities have plans in place for Halloween and have prepared for families to enjoy the holiday activities this year. Both Gaddis Park in Forest and Farris Park in Morton will hold their annual trick-or-treat events on Thursday, October 31.
The Mississippi Community Education Center (MCEC) has expanded the Families First program to Scott County to offer free services to local residents. The program will have a community meeting at the Scott County Courthouse on October 29 at 7:00 p.m. and the public is invited to learn about the benefits this new program will offer.
Voters will head to the polls for the 2019 General Election on Tuesday, November 5. Scott County polls will open to voters at 7 a.m. and close at 7 p.m. on November 5.
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