Bruce Elementary SEEK students, along with some of their siblings, toured in St. Louis recently. The group went up in the Gateway Arch, rode the steamboat down the Mississippi River, visited the Science Center, City Museum and the St. Louis Zoo. Front, from left, Swazye Weeks, Carsen Swords, Emily Zarzua and Alyssa Barnett; seated Joni Barnett, Olivia Snellings, Jake Dunn, Kate Zemek, Sara Beth Dunn and Riley Hastings; back J.D. Moore, Riley Dorris, Marie Chandler, Joey Helen Austin, Harley Austin, Leah Clark, Benson Clements, Cole Clark, Collin Hastings, Charlie Ann Spradling, Dalton Neal, Maci Weeks, Emma Kate Pratt, John Allen Shaw and Josey Clark. SEEK teacher is Denise Hall.
Ace Cannon signs will be installed around Calhoun City in the coming weeks. Ace helped draw names to determine the location of each sign. Pictured holding signs they painted are, from left, Amanda Gulledge, Lynn Dobbs, Betty Dismuke, Becky Spencer, Ace Cannon, Bridget Fulton and Laura Edwards. See the related story in the news section.
Denise Hall’s gifted classes with the help of Bruce Elementary Students recently collected items to restock the North Mississippi Medical Center’s Wee Care Room. The Wee Care is part of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at North Mississippi Medical Center. Wee Care provides food items as well as personal hygiene items for the parents staying at the hospital. Bruce 6th Graders: front, Easton Dishman, Jake Poteete, Ion Miller, Trey Pullen; back, Jared Liles, Tyler Lino, Tanor Mann, Antonio Morales, Collin Hastings.
Supervisor Jennifer Rogers was honored by everyone at the county courthouse at the conclusion of her last meeting Monday morning. Pictured, from left, are Sonny Clanton, Bill Malone, Jenny Hill, Carlton Baker, Sheila Winter, Rogers, Martha Cannon, Barney Wade, Tony Morgan, Shelia Freely, Charles Bobo and Romona Tillman. Photo by Joel McNeece