CLUBS ALL ALUMNI GATHERING AT ALL SAINTS
Published 12:00 am Tuesday, October 31, 2000
ALL ALUMNI GATHERING AT ALL SAINTS Former faculty and students; 11 a.m. Saturday in the All Saints’ chapel; 636-5266 for reservations.
DELTA KAPPA GAMMA INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY 9:30 a.m. Saturday; Warren Junior High School library; Kay Aasand and Grey Ferris will give an update on the superintendent selection process and Karen Burke will give a strategic plan update.
UNITED DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY 2 p.m. Thursday; Piccadilly; Ann Thornhill will speak on “Angels on the Battlefield.”
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD 6 p.m. Friday; Fisher Ferry Volunteer Fire Department on Goodrum Road; officer election; all members are asked to be present; 638-2495.
ASHMEAD CHAPTER DAR 11 a.m. Thursday, Piccadilly; Rosalie Theobald, director of the Main Street Program, will speak on progress and activities in downtown Vicksburg.
WARREN COUNTY REPUBLICAN EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 5:30 p.m. Thursday; Warren County Courthouse.
LIONS Noon Wednesday, Maxwell’s; District Governor John McPhail will speak.
PINE NEEDLE BASKET WEAVING WORKSHOP 1-4 p.m. Saturday; taught by Charlotte M. Smith; Southern Cultural Heritage Complex; $25 for members; $30, for non-members; 631-2997 for reservations.
REDWOOD ELEMENTARY TURKEY SHOOT 7 a.m. until, Saturday; tickets, $2 on sale now; fall festival from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. with concession stands, game booths, cake walk, moon walk, chicken walk, frog pond, karaoke, bingo, potato relay and more; register to win prizes.
HUNTER SAFETY COURSE 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday; New Vision Family Worship Center, 3525 Wisconsin Ave.; sponsored by Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Parks and Fisheries; free course, 634-8710.
BACK TO THE 70S JAM 9 p.m. Saturday; Battlefield Inn, Mississippi room; $5 admission; prize awarded for the best dressed couple; Larry Tyrone, 636-1122 or Ernie Jenkins, 638-1650.
WARREN COUNTY ELECTION COMMISSIONERS Mandatory training session for managers and clerks of polling places; 10 a.m. Saturday; Circuit Courtroom, second floor.
NATIONAL HOSPICE MONTH ACTIVITIES Yazoo Sta-Home Hospice; Saturday: garage sale fund raiser for patients; Nov. 15; health fair; Nov. 19: memorial service and candle lighting at St. Philip Episcopal Church in Jackson; Nov. 13-14: volunteer training at First Baptist Church in Yazoo; Nov. 20, donated can goods get delivered to the patients.
HAWORTH HOME HEALTH FLU CLINIC 10 a.m.-noon Friday; for seniors only; 1911 Mission 66 Suite B; no charge for Medicare Part B, $5 for all others; 638-0749 or 636-3767.
MENTOR TRAINING WORKSHOP For the Vicksburg Warren School District; noon Wednesday, Grove Street School, 1315 Grove St.; Betty Moore, 631-2881.
PUBLIC LIBRARY SCHEDULE Wednesday: 10:30 a.m., Lottie Walker will read “Freddie Visits the Doctor” and other stories followed by an art project.
PARKINSON’S DISEASE SUPPORT GROUP 2 p.m. Thursday; Vicksburg Medical Center Cafeteria; 638-1877.
TRICK OR TREAT AT TACO CASA Tonight; register for drawing at 8 p.m.; ages 12 and under receive prizes at both locations.
SOUTHERN HALLOWEEN 3:30-5:30 p.m. today; Southern Cultural Heritage Center; Halloween tales, treasures and treats with activities for the family; best costume prizes for children and adults will be awarded at 5.
VICKSBURG JAYCEES HAUNTED HOUSE 7:30-11 tonight at The Valley; featuring actors, including a vampire and wolf man; not recommended for children younger than 7; $5 per person, and all proceeds benefit the Vicksburg Child Abuse Prevention Center; Lee Thames, 638-8741.
VICKSBURG SENIOR CENTER Today: 1 p.m., costume contest, Halloween party and bonus bingo; 1-2, learn to play the dulcimer; 2:30, Walmart Super Center October birthday party; 3:30-5, water color art class.
GREATER MOUNT ZION REVIVAL 97 Farmer St.; prayer service, 7 p.m.; revival, 7:30; through Friday; the Rev. Roosevelt Smith is evangelist; the Rev. Edmond E. Gibbs is pastor.
ST. MARY’S EPISCOPAL FISH DINNER 900 First North St.; 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. Saturday; Tickets, $6; Larry Tolliver, 638-8235.
VICKSBURG FAMILY LIFE CATHEDRAL “Kingdom Kids Celebration;” 6-7:30 tonight; talent show, music, dance and treats.
NEW LIFE HALLELUJAH NIGHT 4209 Mount Alban Road; 6-8 tonight; fun and free goodies for all ages; 634-0197.
CALVARY M.B. HALLELUJAH NIGHT 406 Klein St.; 6-7:30 tonight; games, prizes and food; Loretta Fields, 638-9473, or Tarsha Bell, 630-9417.