[09/21/01] CLUBS VICKSBURG ALCORN ALUMNI 7
Published 12:00 am Friday, September 21, 2001
VICKSBURG ALCORN ALUMNI 7 tonight; Elks Lodge, 916 Walnut St.
EXCHANGE CLUB 12:30 p.m. Monday, Piccadilly; Cathy Deen, substance abuse prevention specialist at Warren-Yazoo Mental Health, will speak.
LEVI’S Saturday; “Buck Wilds and the Wild Bunch;” 3527 Manor Drive.
VICKSBURG-WARREN CHAPTER OF JSU ALUMNI 4 p.m. Sunday; E.D. Straughter Center, 1411 Martin Luther King Jr. St.; Anne Bargains, president, 636-3323.
TEEN H.E.L.P. CAR WASH Saturday, K-Mart; $5; proceeds will be used by Teen H.E.L.P., a United way volunteer group, for community projects.
AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM Free homework assistance and life skills training; locations are Cedars Estates Community Center, 130 Demby Drive; Gator A’ Club, 920 Shannon St.; Mount Heroden M.B. Church, 1117 Clay St.; and Rolling Acres Estates, 131 Elizabeth Circle; Central Mississippi Prevention Service, 631-0102.
SPECIAL OLYMPICS LARGE BASS TOURNAMENT 6 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, Eagle Lake; $2,440 total prize money; fees go to Area 10 Special Olympics; complimentary food and drinks; Bob Oglesby, 636-2788; Ron Pownall, 634-0035; Ronnie McGowan, 638-1064; or Billy Thornton, 636-5951.
SENIOR CENTER Today: 6-8 p.m., Bud Shiers and the Bad Habits Band. Bring finger food; Monday: 9 a.m., beginner piano, note reading; 10 a.m., piano keyboarding and NIA exercise; 6 p.m.-8 p.m.; social and line dance class.
MAKING A JACOB’S LADDER 4-5:30 p.m. today; workshop for children; focus on traditional folk toys; $5 per child; 631-2997.
MAGNOLIA BALLROOM DANCE 8-11 p.m. Saturday; Ethnic Heritage Building at the Jim Buck Ross Agriculture and Forestry Museum, Jackson; West Coast swing exhibition; $10 for members, $5 for first-time guests and $14 for returning guests; Sandra Inman, 932-6959, Shirley Griffin, 636-7000, or Jane Carter, 924-5690.
VICKSBURG CHAPTER OF LINKS WALK-A-THON 7:30 a.m. Saturday; Pemberton Square mall; children $5; adults $10; Opsy Dorsey, 636-3974.
PROSTATE CANCER SCREENING 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday; Pemberton Square mall; sponsored by River Region Health Systems; Tammye Hughes, 631-2534.
NATIONAL HUNTING AND FISHING DAY 8 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Saturday; Tensas National Wildlife Refuge, Tallulah; concessions, music, exhibits, health screening, demonstrations, door prizes and more; 318-574-1624.
PINE NEEDLE WEAVING WORKSHOP 1-4 p.m. Saturday; Charlotte Smith will lead pine needle basketry class; need needle-nose pliers and scissors; $27.50 for SCHF members, $32.50 for non-members.
EXOTIC BIRD FAIR 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday; Jackson Fairgrounds, agricultural building; birds, cages, feed, supplies; $3 admission; Annette Carraway, 601-713-3791.
ROSE HILL M.B. CHURCH Annual revival services 7:15 tonight; the Rev. Jimmie Burse of Clinton is guest speaker.
WAYSIDE APOSTOLIC CHURCH OF DELIVERANCE Revival crusade, 7:30 tonight; 4615 Halls Ferry Road; features H.M. Lawrence Jr.; 636-4505.
CHINA GROVE M.B. CHURCH NO. 2 REVIVAL 7:30 tonight; the Rev. Charlie Blackmore, pastor of Mount Zion and St. James M.B. churches, will be guest speaker.
COVENANT CHRISTIAN CHURCH 20th ANNIVERSARY 5 p.m. Saturday; 9:30 a.m. Sunday; 715 Cooper Road in Jackson; dinner on Saturday and brunch on Sunday.
ST. JAMES M.B. CHURCH “Crusade for Christ;” 7 nightly, Saturday-Sept. 29; 1922 Pearl St.; Saturday: fashion and talent show
GROVE STREET M.B. CHURCH MUSICAL EXTRAVAGANZA 6:30 p.m. Saturday; choirs, groups and soloists welcome; 707 Pierce St.
TRAVIS CHAPEL A.M.E. REVIVAL 7 p.m. Monday-Friday; 745 Hutson St.; the Rev. Andrew Banks, pastor of Seminary A.M.E. Church in Stevens, Ark., will be guest speaker.
BRADLEY’S CHAPEL UNITED METHODIST 7 p.m. Saturday; men’s club sponsors a talent sing session; donations apppreciated; revival is Sunday-Wednesday; supper served Sunday and finger foods Monday- Wednesday.
LIVING WATER CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP GOSPEL 6 p.m. Saturday; benefit for Bill Holdiness; features “Joint Heirs,” “Voices of Christ” and others.