CCHS Senior Beauties are Katherine Pollan, Kathryn Parker and Marlee Vance; and Most Beautiful Tynishia Mayes. See more Calhoun City Beauty Review pictures inside this week's print edition of the CCJ.
Senior winners in the Bruce Beauty REview were, from left, front, Karman Starks, Logan Collins, Most Beautiful Bailey Massey, Makayla Poynor, Brooklyn Mosley; back, Kelsey Hubbard, Madison Rogers, Brooke Logan, Mikayla Shelton, Christen Leachman, Elizabeth Reeder. See more beauty review pictures in the CCJ.
The Bruce Rotary Youth Leader for March is Chassidy May, daughter of Jennifer and Greg May. Her activities include Beta Club, 6 yrs.; Fellowship of Christian Athletes, 6 yrs.; Cheerleader, 6 yrs., captain; Band, 6 yrs., drum captain; Scholar athlete, 6 yrs.; Ranks 8th in her class; Secretary of her class; Student Council, secretary; Annual Staff member; Member of National Society of High School Scholars; First Baptist Youth Group; Juniorettes, historian; Plans to attend NECC and major in nursing.
Lewis Memorial Daycare had the Mississippi Fire Marshalls Office speak with the older children recently. Pictured, from left, front, Cooper Hill, Layla Kerr, Keynan Williams, Madden Ferguson, Emmie Kate Cruthirds; back, Presley Robertson, Kayden Criddle, Liam Collins, Piper Ayers, Alivia Jones, Drake Parker, Gema Williams.
Lynn Dobbs, Rotary President Allen Dearing and Dr. Julia Brandon hold three paintings Dobbs recently completed that are being raffled as a fundraiser by the Calhoun City Rotary Club to help support some of their projects, including the renovation of the playground at the walking track at Calhoun City High School. See the related story in the news section.
District Reading Fair winners recognized at Monday’s school board meeting, from left, Jackson Hillhouse, Lillian Baker, Reed Davis, Lang Hood, Emory Gulledge, Madison Easley, Maci Weeks, Tucker Graham, Gabi Gonzalez, Caleb Graham, and Aiden Howell. Winners not in attendance were Joley Clark, Linzi Juarez and Rayna Ragon.