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Summit, Pike County, MS: Sesquicentennial "Tour of Homes" - 05/22/08 08:58 AM
Summit, Pike County, MS, "Tour of Homes" Entrance to "The Summit House" Summit, Mississippi, celebrated its sesquicentennial (150th anniversary) April 13-19, 2008. Six historic homes were open to the public during Summit's two-day "Tour of Homes," sponsored by the Summit Historical Society. *Charles Levy was a Jewish merchant. His Greek Revival home, built in the 1870's, is on the corner of Magnolia Street. *Jacobowsky was a builder. His Colonial Revival home, built in 1854, is on Peters Street. *S.M. Covington was a druggist. His modified Queen Ann Victorian home is on the corner of Laurel and Calhoun Streets. *James C. Lamkin (0 comments)
Okhissa Lake in Franklin County, MS, has new website - 05/20/08 03:03 PM
There's a new website for Okhissa Lake near Meadville, MS, and it's packed with good information! The website address is http://okhissalake.com . On the site you'll find photos of the lake, fishing news, area events, lodging and restaurant information, an online lake store, tips and videos, an ask the expert column, and more.
Okhissa Lake, part of the Homochitto National Forest, opened in November 2007. It is about an 1,800 acre lake surrounded by 4,400 acres of beautiful national forest land. It is about 2 ½ miles long and up to a mile or so wide. There are two boat (0 comments)
McComb, MS: Percy Quin Among Nation's Top Campgrounds! - 05/20/08 02:34 PM
Percy Quin State Park south of McComb is one of five Mississippi state parks listed among ReserveAmerica's Top 100 Family Campgrounds. Around four thousand state parks, national parks, and campgrounds in all fifty states were reviewed before the top 100 were named. The other winning Mississippi state parks are John W. Kyle State Park near Sardis, Lake Lincoln State Park near Wesson, Paul B. Johnson State Park near Hattiesburg, and Trace State Park near Belden.
Percy Quin, along with Lake Lincoln and Trace State Park also earned the distinction of being among the top fifty fishing spots! Percy Quin was (2 comments)
McComb, MS: "Noon Tunes": The Pat Cornacchione Band at the Depot Pavilion - 05/19/08 01:47 PM
Pat Cornacchione on sax, with bass player. Ready for some toe-tappin', finger snappin', hand clappin' music? Then come on down to the McComb Depot Pavilion any Friday in May or October at noon to have lunch and listen to the sweet sounds of the Pat Cornacchione Band! For three or four years now the band has played downtown to the delight of its listeners. Although sometimes dubbed a "jazz combo," the band is quite versatile in its offerings. You'll probably not hear the same song repeated from one Friday to the next (except for requests), as the band's wide repertoire includes (2 comments)
On Saturday, April 5, 2008, a couple of hundred people gathered at the McComb Depot Pavilion to honor those who served on the Illinois Central Railroad. The master of ceremonies was Larry Carruth. McComb Mayor Zachary Patterson welcomed the crowd, and prayer was led by retired porter the Reverend Leon Moore. Donald Chase, president of the Railroad Retirees Club, gave a history of the brick memorial. Next, Al Andrews, a real estate developer, spoke fondly of his days growing up in McComb as part of a railroad family. He recounted how his father (5 comments)
McComb, Pike County, MS: American Cancer Society Relay for Life 2008 - 05/11/08 06:53 PM
McComb, Pike County, MS: American Cancer Society Relay for Life 2008. No replay of last year's torrential rainout! The weather on Friday, May 9, 2008, was wonderful throughout the night. Clear skies and a light breeze helped to make this year's Relay for Life event at the Southwest Mississippi Regional Medical Center's wooded walking track a great success! Over $121,000 has been raised by scores of vendors and community sponsors. The event began with a survivor's reception at the Mississippi Cancer Institute in McComb. During the opening ceremonies were announcements by event organizer Chastity Burnette, prayer by cancer survivor Jennifer Lindsey, (4 comments)
McComb, MS: "Arts Alive '08" - 05/05/08 08:40 PM
On Saturday, May 3, 2008, McComb School District hosted "Arts Alive '08," a five-hour-long celebration of music and the arts. Moved from the McComb Depot Pavilion to the MHS gym due to a threat of rain, the event proved to attract a great crowd, and everyone had a lot of fun! Artwork from students of all grades was displayed in the basketball gym's bleachers. There was face painting, pottery and jewelry, and lots of food from tents lining Virginia Avenue between the gym and the football field. Performance by "Sharpay" and "Ryan" from the smash MHS production of "High School Musical." There were (3 comments)
Summit, MS: Sons of Confederate Veterans, Stockdale Rangers, at Woodlawn Cemetery - 05/04/08 10:18 PM
As part of the week-long Summit Sesquicentennial celebration, on Sunday, April 13, 2008, the Sons of the Confederate Veterans Stockdale Rangers led tours of Summit's Woodlawn Cemetery and provided commentary on prominent veterans buried therein. The group also conducted gravestone dedications for two veterans, Colonel James P. Parker and Private Charles A. Ligon. The grave markers for these Confederate veterans had been missing or destroyed. Pictured in this post are members of the fourth organization of the Stockdale Rangers. The group is named in honor of Thomas Ringland (T.R.) Stockdale (1828-1899), an educator (at the Peabody School in Summit), a lawyer, congressman, and Mississippi (2 comments)
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