CLUBS WARREN CENTRAL CLASSES OF 80 AND 81
Published 12:00 am Monday, October 16, 2000
WARREN CENTRAL CLASSES OF 80 AND 81 20-year joint reunion; Dec. 30-31; registration forms may be picked up at Durst Discount Drugs and RiverHills Bank; 634-1220 or firstname.lastname@example.org
WAYSIDE HOMEMAKER VOLUNTEERS Meeting with Polly Antoine; 9:30 a.m. Wednesday; 545 Singing Hills Road.
LIONS Noon Wednesday, Maxwell’s; James E. Stirgus Sr., director of the Vicksburg Housing Authority, will speak.
AARP 10 a.m. Tuesday, Neill Building; Becky Tustain with the Wound Treatment Center will speak.
PI ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA Beta chapter; meeting, noon Tuesday, Piccadilly; Rosalee Theobald will speak on the Main Street Program.
KIWANIS Noon Tuesday Maxwell’s; Sheriff Martin Pace will speak on crime-prevention month.
VICKSBURG MUSIC TEACHERS ASSOCIATION 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, Pizza Hut on Pemberton Drive; teachers of any musical instrument who are interested in becoming a member of the association are invited; contact Barbara Tracy, 638-3453; or Jean B. Henderson-Leese, 638-1803.
VICKSBURG FAMILY DEVELOPMENT BOARD Meeting; 5:15 p.m. Thursday; 1205 Monroe St.
WCHS REPORT CARD NIGHT 4-6:30 p.m. Thursday; parents can pick up report cards and visit with teachers.
THIRD ANNUAL RED TOPS REVISITED Dance and reception honoring the Red Tops Band; Saturday: cocktail buffet, 7:30-9 p.m.; dance 8:30-midnight with the Ben Shaw Band with guest performer Rufus McKay; tickets, $45 in advance or at the door; Southern Cultural Heritage Complex.
TEN POINT: DEER CAMP IN THE MISSISSIPPI DELTA Lecture, reception and book signing; 7 p.m. Thursday; Southern Cultural Heritage Complex; presented by Alan Huffman, local author.
VIOLENCE IN THE FAMILY DISCUSSIONS 6-7:30 p.m. Tuesday; Warren County-Vicksburg Public Library; refreshments will be served.
PUBLIC LIBRARY SCHEDULE Tuesday: 10:30 a.m., Teresa Kitchens will read “Bobby’s Zoo” followed by a crafts; Wednesday: 10:30 a.m., guest story teller, Dustin Runnels, will read stories followed by crafts.
FEED MY SHEEP Free food distribution program; sign-in 9-9:30 a.m. Tuesday; bring proof of income and Social Security cards for all family members; Triumph Church, 4305 I-20 N. Frontage Road.
RIVER CITY BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL WOMEN National business and professional women’s week, through Friday; activities include educator appreciation day, West Central District fall meetings.
SHOPLIFTING PREVENTION SEMINAR 2-4 p.m. Tuesday; Vicksburg Chamber of Commerce; sponsored by Hinds Community College, Chamber of Commerce, Warren County Sheriff’s Department and the Vicksburg Police Department; reservations required, 636-1012.
CHILDREN’S WATERCOLOR ART CLASS 4-5:30 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays, Oct. 16-Nov. 8; ages 8-12, Chris Olsen is teacher; Southern Cultural Heritage Complex; $35, for SCHC members, $40 for non-members, includes all supplies; reservations required, 631-2997.
55-ALIVE MATURE SAFE DRIVERS COURSE 1-5 p.m. today and Tuesday; Workforce Development Center across from Hinds Community College Raymond Campus; register by Friday; $10, contact Melody Field, 857-3883.
VICKSBURG SENIOR CENTER Today: 6-8, couple and line dance class; Tuesday: 9-11 a.m., senior swim time; 9-10, beginner piano; 10-11, beginner computer class; 1-2, learn to play the dulcimer; 3:30-5, water color art class; Wednesday: 11 a.m.-noon, advanced computer class; 1-2, beginner cello; 1:30-3:30, beginner acrylic art; Thursday: 8:30, NIA exercise; 9:30, beginner bridge; 10-11, beginner computer class; 1 p.m., super Valu/Sack & Save bingo; 2:30-4, open play dominoes and Canasta; 3:30-4:30, learn to draw faces; 5:30-6:30, intermediate computer class.
PORTERS CHAPEL UNITED METHODIST Annual smorgasboard; Oct. 28; 10 a.m.-1 p.m.; adult, $6; children under 12, $3; baked goods, florals, crafts, sweats, T-shirts, calendars and mugs.
ST. MARY’S EPISCOPAL Homecoming meeting; 6 tonight; contact Robyn Gordon.
BYPASS CHURCH OF CHRIST 787 Highway 61 N. Bypass; Friends Day and 13th annual gospel meeting; 7 p.m. through Thursday; Loyd Harris of Little Rock will be guest speaker; Willie Nettle is minister.