[10/19/01] CLUBS BOVINA CLASSES OF
Published 12:00 am Friday, October 19, 2001
BOVINA CLASSES OF 1950s AND 1960s 6 p.m. Sunday, Bovina Community Center; James Wilson Jr., 636-7629.
WILLING WORKERS 4 p.m. Saturday. Pleasant Valley M.B. Church; Mary Whitley is president.
BROADWATER LODGE NO. 55 6 p.m. Saturday, Masonic Hall; all Prince Hall Masons welcome.
NEGRO BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL WOMEN 3 p.m. Sunday, Shoney’s; Georgeann Leavell will speak on breast cancer awareness at 4.
AMERICAN LEGION POST 3 Meet for breakfast 8:30 a.m.
Saturday; Monroe Street.
AKA SORORITY 4 p.m. Sunday; 634-1233.
VICKSBURG ALCORN ALUMNI 6 tonight; Elks Lodge, 916 Walnut St.
RIVER CITY BPW National Business Women’s Week activities: today, Child Abuse Prevention Awareness Day, project CAP Center.
IVYETTES GIRLS CLUB 6 tonight, Vicksburg High School stadium.
RIVER CITY FAMILY FESTIVAL 2-8 p.m. Tuesday, Vicksburg Municipal Auditorium; activities include a costume contest, face painting, giveaways and community service exhibits on topics such as health and safety; food and candy will be available; sponsored by the City of Vicksburg and the MSU Extension Service and Project Homestead.
21st ANNUAL VICKSBURG ART ASSOCIATION Mississippi Artist Exhibition opening reception, 8 p.m. Saturday, Old Constitution Firehouse; gallery hours are 1-4 p.m. Sunday and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Wednesday; free admission; artists must pick up work from 4 until 6:30 p.m. Wednesday or 2 until 4 p.m. Oct. 27.
MAGNOLIA BALLROOM DANCERS Dance, 8-11 p.m. Saturday, Ethnic Heritage Building at the Jim Buck Ross Agriculture and Forestry Museum, Lakeland Drive, Jackson; $10 for members; $5 for first time guests and $14 for returning guests; Shirley Griffin, 636-7000.
FOSTER PARENTING TRAINING Classes begin Saturday at Warren County Extension Office, 1100 E. Grove St., Suite C.; sponsored by Warren County Family and Children services; Lynette Fleming, 636-1597 or 636-1692.
FREE ACT WORKSHOP 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, We Care Community Services, 909 Walnut St.; advanced registration preferred;
OAK RIDGE OPRY 7 tonight, Oak Ridge Youth and Community Center; music by Southwinds; hamburgers will be sold.
YMCA PILATES CLASS A mat exercise class open to men and women; classes meet at 5:30 p.m. each Monday and Thursday; available to members and non-members; Mindy Giambrone, 638-1071.
AMERICAN RED CROSS Adult, infant and child CPR classes, 6-9 p.m. Monday through Wednesday; introduction to disaster services class for all who wish to volunteer, Nov. 1; for information, contact Judy Turnage, 636-9182 or firstname.lastname@example.org
VETERANS DAY PARADE Sponsored by the Gray and Blue Naval Museum Nov. 10, to honor all veterans and all who served in the armed forces of the United States; a search is being made for the oldest veteran, he or she will serve as parade marshal; anyone with information or who wishes to participate should contact Lamar Roberts at 638-6500.
SENIOR CENTER Monday: 9 a.m., beginner piano lesson; 10, piano keyboarding; 10, NIA exercise; noon, water color with Leah Johnson; 1 p.m. acrylic art; 2, pen and ink; 6, social and line dance; Tuesday: 10 a.m., beginner computer; 11, intermediate computer; 1 p.m., learn to play the dulcimer; 1-4, open play dominoes and canasta; Wednesday: 9 a.m., king bridge; 10, NIA exercise; 1:30, beginner acrylic art class; 2 p.m., T.R.I.A.D.
STAGE MONKEYS IMPROV PERFORMANCE 7 p.m. Saturday; The Ground Floor, 1101 Washington St.
ST. JAMES M.B. NEW CHURCH DEDICATION Victory march will be at 5 p.m. Sunday; services will be Monday through Oct. 27, guest speakers will be as follows: Monday, Larry Clark; Tuesday, Willie J. Jones; Wednesday, LaDonna Burks; Thursday, Alfred Lassiter Jr.; Friday, Edward Knight; and Oct. 27, Thomas Bernard; the Rev. Charlie Blackmore is pastor.
NEW ROCK OF AGES Senior choir rehearsal; 11 a.m. Saturday with Pat Stamps.
RIDGEWAY BAPTIST FALL FESTIVAL 4-8 p.m. Saturday; activities include BB target shoot, turkey sling shot, duck pond, cake walk, fishing game, horse shoes, treasure hunt and a country store selling patriotic crafts; chili dogs and hot dogs will be available; Oak Ridge and Redwood roads.
EAGLE LAKE BAPTIST FALL FESTIVAL 2-5 p.m. Saturday; activities include ring toss, face painting, go fishing, pumpkin toss, moon walk, cake walk, a country store and a dunking booth with Sheriff Martin Pace and Supervisor Michael Mayfield; raffle drawings for a bolt action rifle with a scope and hard case and a handmade cedar chest.
NEW VISION FAMILY WORSHIP CENTER Craft and bake sale, 7 a.m.-noon Saturday; 3525 Wisconsin Ave.; 634-8710.
BRIGHT MORNING STAR M.B. Church meeting, 4 p.m. Saturday; 801 Meadow St.
KING SOLOMON M.B. REVIVAL Evangelistic service, 7 tonight; the Rev. Glenn Turner will be evangelist; the Rev. Jonathan Grant is pastor.
TENT REVIVAL IN KINGS COMMUNITY 7 nightly through Saturday, at the ballfield on Sherman Avenue; the Rev. James Laird of Wayside Church of Deliverance will be the evangelist.
GREATER MOUNT ZION BAPTIST REVIVAL Prayer service at 6:45, preaching at 7:30 tonight; the Rev. Sedrick Veal will be the evangelist; the Rev. E.E. Gibbs is pastor; 907 Farmer St.
TRIUMPH M.B. FALL REVIVAL 7:15 tonight, 124 Pittman Road; the Rev. Stephen F. Mason of Greater Pearlie Grove M.B. Church in Jackson will be the evangelist; the Rev. Larry A. Nicks, pastor.