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Copiah County Ducks Unlimited banquet Oct. 25

The Copiah County Ducks Unlimited banquet will be held Thursday, October 25, at 6 p.m. at Rolling Hills Country Club. Some of the items for silent or live auction include the DU Knife of the Year (front center), plaque, watches and lots more!. Auctioneer will be Dwight Jones, President of the Mississippi Chapter, DU.Tickets are…

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Cherokee Rose DAR hears Chief Swilley

The first meeting of the Cherokee Rose Chapter DAR 2018-2019 year was held September 19 at the George Covington Library. To read more about the Cherokee Rose meeting, see the Copiah County Courier, on sale throughout Copiah County.

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Wounded Warriors fishing

Bro. Stuart Givens of Sylvarena Baptist Church, Wesson, was the partner for Stuart Bennett of Enterprise, AL. Bennett was one of the 15 veterans who participated in the fishing rodeo, which took place at Calling Panther and Lake Lincoln.

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Ladies of History

The Copiah County Mississippi Homemaker Volunteers hosted a 100 year celebration the State Council of Homemakers Volunteers on Friday, September 21. Copiah County was one of the first counties to join the state council. The ladies pictured from left to right: Melissa Morgan, Copiah County Extension Agent, Billie Jane Davis, Melba White, Genevieve Harris, Terry…

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Ramblers at Poplar Springs

Alan Sibley and The Magnolia Ramblers will be in concert at Poplar Springs Baptist Church Sunday, Sept. 30, at 10:30 a.m. The Magnolia Ramblers have an excellent repertoire consisting of standard and original gospel material, as well as traditional bluegrass songs and instrumentals.  The band was voted MSBA Band of the Year in 2014, 2016…

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Camellias kick it off

The Camellia Line Dancers kicked off the Rockin’ Railroad Festival in downtown Hazlehurst Sept. 1 and hung around to support other acts on the stage.

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Conference at New Life

The Year of Increase conference will be held at New Life Cathedral of Worship, 28172 Highway 28, Hazlehurst, Sept. 20-22. Events will begin with Bishop Kirby Clements bringing the message at 7 p.m. Sept. 20. Sept. 21, messages will be brought by Bishop Arnold Stanton at 10 a.m. and Bishop E. L. Warren at 7…

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