Officers of the Mary Brickell Circle of the King's Daughters and Sons were installed in a ceremony at Martha Coker Home Green Houses during the September meeting. The officers for the 2011-2012 term are Marietta Wilkinson, Vice President; Rhonda Carpenter, Secretary; Betty Nickels, Treasurer, and Julie Hoffman, President.
Roxie Ewing, owner of Roxie’s Rainbows of Ceramics, recently shared with the Yazoo County Retired Education Personnel Association the methods of ceramics. Pictured from left are Barbara Moore, president of the YCREPA, and Ewing, guest. Special to The Herald
The Yazoo County Retired Education Personnel Association met on Oct. 25 in the D. D. Waiver building at the Warren-Yazoo Mental Health Complex.
The meeting was called to order by President Barbara Moore. Clementine David lef the group in singing “My Country ‘tis of Thee.” The members recited the 23rd Psalm and the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.
The minutes were read and approved. The treasurer gave a report on finances.
A report on the district meeting held Oct. 5 in Vicksburg was given by Blondell Fikes.
The new theme for the association is “Be Wise, Be Watchful.”
The program was presented by Roxie Ewing who owns Roxie’s Rainbow of Ceramics, which is located in the Triangle Cultural Center. She explained the methods of ceramics and brought items showing each process. She has items at Downtown Marketplace.
Door prizes were awarded, and refreshments enjoyed.
YoungPren’Tajah Young, daughter of Prentice Young Sr. and Tiffany Simmons of Yazoo City, celebrated her eighth birthday on Nov. 14.
She celebrated her birthday with a party with her family and friends.
William and Muriam Stuckey of Yazoo City are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Sienna Marie Stuckey, on November 2, 2012 at St. Dominic Hospital.
Sienna weighed eight pounds, five ounces and measured 21 and a half inches.
Also welcoming the new arrival are Ethan Stuckey, Keante, Kabren and Kaleb Stuckey.
The Lintonia Garden Club recently held its monthly meeting with a program on landscape design. Pictured from left are hostesses Ruby Gilliam, Judy Sanford and guest Donna Beliech, a horticulturist. Special to The Herald
The Lintonia Garden Club met on Oct. 24 in the Public Service Commission boardroom.
President Elouise Upchurch called the meeting to order. During the business discussion, a report was given concerning the success of the garden club’s booth at the Yazoo County Fair. Members were reminded to bring canned goods or paper porducts for the Manna House to the November meeting.
Donna Beliech, a horticulturist for the Mississippi State University Extension Service, presented a program about landscape design. Using a series of slides, Beliech discussed the factors to consider when deciding on the placement of trees, shrubs and flowers.
The meeting concluded with refreshments served by the hostesses Ruby Gilliam and Judy Sanford.