CLUBS KIWANIS

Published 12:00 am Friday, December 1, 2000

CLUBS

KIWANIS Noon Tuesday, Maxwell’s; Cheryl Comans with Entergy will be guest speaker.

NATIONAL COUNCIL OF NEGRO WOMEN 5:30 p.m. Tuesday; Vicksburg District, room 106, 4155 E. Clay St.

TOASTMASTERS Noon Monday, Corps of Engineers building, 4155 E. Clay St.; improve speaking, listening and thinking skills; 636-0736 or 634-8769.

SALVATION ARMY WOMEN’S AUXILIARY Luncheon, noon Monday; headquarters building, Mission 66.

FORT ST. PIERRE CHAPTER Colonial Dames of the 17th century; 2 p.m. Monday, Piccadilly.

RAINBOW CHAPTER NO. 51 O.E.S. 6 Friday night, meeting hall; final meeting and election; all members urged to be present and bring a covered dish; Henrietta Kemper, 636-1273.

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD Meet; 6 Friday night; Fisher Ferry Volunteer Fire Department; parade float workshop; 638-2495 or field Rep. Alvin Blount, 661-8207.

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD CHRISTMAS BANQUET 7 p.m. Saturday; RSVP for location, 638-2495 or 661-8207.

VICKSBURG ART ASSOCIATION Annual Christmas Party, 8 Friday night; Old Constitution Firehouse, Openwood and Main streets; gourmet buffet, open bar and silent art auction. Tickets, $25; proceeds go toward restoration of the Old Constitution Firehouse. Medieval dress encouraged. Barbara Faulkner, 638-0713, Hilda Hands, 636-4800, Marian Richardson, 630-0129.

PUBLIC PROGRAMS

SOUTHERN CULTURAL HERITAGE COMPLEX Mississippi’s 10 most endangered historic places; includes photographs and descriptions; on display Dec. 4-21; 631-2997.

LIONS CLUB COOKBOOKS On sale every Saturday through Christmas at Pemberton Square mall.

LEVI’S – A Gathering Place Closed Friday night; 7-10 p.m. Saturday, Manor Drive and Wisconsin Avenue; music by Lanny McCann and others; cappuccino, regular and flavored coffee, fountain drinks and sweets; game room with pool table and more for children; no cover charge.

“CHRISTMAS AT THE PORCHES” 1-3 p.m. Sunday; holiday open house; Belmont from Drummond to Cherry Street; featured shops are: “Suncatchers,” “Fine Line Boutique,” “Education Station” and “Tips-N-Toez;” holiday treats and door prizes will be given.

MISSISSIPPI STATE WELCOME CENTER CHRISTMAS Open house; Tuesday; entertainment provided by the “Grace Notes.”

CLAIBORNE COUNTY CANCER FUND Gospel singing program; 4 p.m. Sunday, A.W. Watson Elementary School, Port Gibson; Edward Carter Sr., 601-437-3461 or 601-437-4445

FREE ACT WORKSHOP 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday; We Care Community Service, 909 Walnut St.; 638-6329.

UTICA CHRISTMAS PARADE 10:30 a.m. Saturday; Main Street, Utica; 885-8718.

VICKSBURG SENIOR CENTER Friday: 1 p.m., open play dominoes; Monday: 10-11 a.m., NIA exercise; 11-noon, violin lessons and advanced computer class; 6-8 p.m., couple and line dance; Tuesday: 9 a.m., beginner piano; 10, beginner computer; 11, advanced computer; 1-2 p.m., learn to play the dulcimer; Wednesday: 11-noon, advanced computer; 1:30-3:30 p.m., beginner acrylic art; 5, covered dish dinner; 6 p.m., musical performance featuring Hollis Landrum on the mountain dulcimer.

CHURCHES

NEW MOUNT PILGRIM M.B. DINNER SALE 501 N. Poplar St.; selling fish and barbecue dinners; 11 a.m.-until, Saturday; $5; 636-6386.

“DARE-2-STAND-4-HIM” YOUTH RALLY Registration, 5:30 p.m.; concert, 7 Friday night; Goodrum Baptist Church, 4569 Fisher Ferry Road; music by “Forty Days;” pizza will be served and door prizes will be given; George McBride, 638-7236, or Anthony Rhodes, 636-7501.

MOUNT ZION NO. 1 M.B. LADIES AUXILIARY End-of-the-year breakfast meeting; 9:30 a.m. Saturday; J. Johnson, 638-1832.

ST. LUKE M.B. GOSPEL GROUP REUNION 6 p.m. Saturday; Martin Luther King Boulevard; guests include The Evening Stars, The Gospel Harmonettes, The Gospel AllStars, the Rev. Eddie Lane, The King Jubilees, The Heavenly Stars, The Spiritual Angels, Leroy White, L.C. Dotson, The Golden Locks, The Mighty Stars of Joy, George McGloster and more.

TRAVELER’S REST M.B. FALL MUSICAL 5 p.m. Saturday; 1922 Pearl St.; featuring the Traveler’s Rest Mass Choir; 636-8419, 630-9320, 630-2905 or 638-3785; the Rev. Thomas Bernard is pastor.

ST. LUKE M.B. DINNER SALE Saturday; catfish and spaghetti dinners; pick up at church, or delivery available.

BENEFITS

GARAGE/BAKE SALE FUND RAISER 7 a.m. – until, Saturday; Masonic Temple, corner of Court and Baldwin Ferry Rd.; sponsored by the Rose of Sharon No. 24, Order of Eastern Star; rain or shine, Velma Bunch is worthy matron.

BENEFIT FOR THE REV. WILLIE WHITE 7 p.m. Sunday, New Mount Zion M.B. Church, Feld Street; Rev. White hospitalized for heart surgery.