For the fourth year, Lee Memorial Seventh Day Adventist Church is providing school uniforms free of charge to local children. There will be uniforms for children in kindergarten through sixth grade and a limited supply of clothing for students in grades 7 - 12 who no longer wear uniforms. There will be a water slide and light refreshments for those who come from 3 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Sunday, July 30. Children are asked to bring bathing suits and towels to enjoy the water slide.
There are very few things that taste better than Mississippi catfish. The National West Point Alumni Inc., is sponsoring a catfish plate lunch fundraiser from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Friday, July 28, at the historic Northside School. Tickets are being sold by NWPAI members for $8. That provides a plate of catfish, spaghetti, slaw and cake. A beverage will be provide if eating on site. Tickets will be pre-sold until Wednesday, July 22, to allow for how much food will need to be prepared.
The West Point Civitan Luncheon Club met at the North Mississippi Medical Center conference room for its meeting on Wednesday. The Civitans discussed some new ideas to increase fundraising and membership. "We had an extremely good Vidalia Onion sale this year," Bill Ladd said. "But we could have sold so many more. We should seriously think about doing pre-orders in March. Because we always have more people asking about buying them than we have onions. We do a pre-sale and then order a good many more."
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