Weir Elementary School celebrated Red Ribbon Week, October 26-30, to promote drug free awareness.
Students & teachers dressed up in the theme for each day: Monday “A Minion Reasons to be Drug Free” (dress like minions); Tuesday “Peace Out Drugs” … Read more
By Ruth Nowlin
Because it is Veteran’s Day, I want to share thoughts of these special ones with you. So go with me for a moment. Back then we were all together in a tiny little house along … Read more
Reflect back to your first “real” job. Remember the anticipation of that first paycheck? Much time was spent dreaming and planning how it would be spent. Did you buy something you wanted? Maybe you paid for something you or … Read more
The 2015 Mulberry Festival was full of fun in spite of the rain that was coming down in sheets.
Thank you to everyone that braved the weather; from all of our vendors to the children participating in the contests and … Read more
Wildlife Biologist, Scott Edwards, recently visited the CCCTC AEST program on behalf of the Mississippi Wildlife Fisheries and Parks. Edwards shared with students about career opportunities within the MS Wildlife Fisheries and Parks Service including Wildlife Biology, Game Warden, and … Read more
French Camp’s Historical Highlight Luncheon was October 13th at noon at French Camp Presbyterian Church.
The speaker was Polly Allen who talked about “The Way Things Were” during the 17 years she and her husband Sam lived at French Camp. … Read more