Published 12:00 am Tuesday, April 23, 2002


WARREN CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1977 25th reunion meeting; 6:30 tonight, Goldie’s Trail Barbecue; Diane Irwin Bailey, 634-1068, or Mike Hudson, 638-3378; all classmates are urged to attend.

LIONS Noon Wednesday, Maxwell’s; Kearney Waites, MIDD-West, will speak.

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TRIAD 2 p.m. Wednesday, City Hall annex conference room; Sen. Terry C. Burton, key member of Public Health and Welfare Committee, will speak.

PORT CITY KIWANIS 7 a.m. Thursday, Shoney’s; Landman Teller will speak.

ENGINEERS AUXILIARY BRIDGE 11:30 a.m. Thursday, Piccadilly; reservations due by 6 tonight; Judy Dawsey, 636-2206, or Florence Amborn, 636-1612.

VICKSBURG HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1982 Class reunion meeting; 6 p.m. Thursday, L.D.’s Kitchen, Mulberry Street; Linda Faye Jackson, 631-0854, Weesie Thames Bexley, 638-8755, or James D. Giles, 634-4105.

WARREN CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1982 Final reunion meeting, 4 p.m. Saturday at Garfield’s; Karen Brown, 634-1693 or 661-7202.

VHS AND WCHS CLASS OF 1992 Meeting, 4 p.m. Sunday; 661-0853 or 661-5270.

Public programs

SENIOR CENTER Wednesday: 9 a.m., King bridge; 10, NIA exercise; 1 p.m., beginner dulcimer class; 1:30, acrylic art class; 2:30, open play dominoes; 33, TRIAD meeting; Thursday: 9 a.m., NIA exercise; 9:30, intermediate/advanced bridge; 10:30, beginner computer; 11:30, intermediate computer; 12:30 p.m., Richter bridge; 1, white elephant bingo, 3, open play dominoes; Friday: 9:30 a.m., River Region breakfast; 10, bean bag baseball; noon, Curtis bridge; 1 p.m., open play dominoes.

PUBLIC LIBRARY SCHEDULE Wednesday: 10:30 a.m., “Down on the Farm” and other stories followed by art.

AMERICAN RED CROSS Basic first aid, 5:30 today; community CPR, 5:30 p.m. Thursday; call to register, 636-9182.

LEVI’S ” A Gathering Place” Open 7-11 p.m. Friday for teens; 7-10 p.m. Saturday with music by Bud & Stanley & Ole Habits.

SUMMER THERAPEUTIC CAMP Central Mississippi Prevention Services is accepting applications for the 4th annual YMCA overnight camps, which will provide life-skills training and recreational activities; camp dates are May 26-31; deadline to register is May 6; cost is $30; 631-0102.

OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS 6-7 p.m. Wednesday, Bowmar Baptist Church, U.S. 61 South; no diets, no dues and no weigh-ins; 638-0011.

RIVER KIDS ART EXHIBIT 4-5:30 p.m. Thursday, Southern Cultural Heritage Foundation Academy building, 1302 Adams St.; free admission; 631-2997.

WESTERN DISTRICT SCOUT FAIR Noon-4 p.m. Saturday, Vicksburg Factory Outlets; booths and exhibits.

FREE HEALTH ASSESSMENT 2-4 p.m. Sunday, Pemberton Square mall center court; weight, blood pressure, blood sugar and blood cholesterol check; free doctor consultation; sponsored by the Vicksburg Seventh Day Adventist Church and The Better Living Medical Clinic.

COMMUNITY PRAYER BREAKFAST 7 a.m. May 2, Battlefield Inn; cost is $6.15 per person (tax and gratuity included); Frank Melton, CEO of WLBT of Jackson, will speak; reservations by April 30 to 638-6165.

GOOD SHEPHERD DAY CARE Taking applications for summer program; limited openings; program begins May 28; tutoring, field trips, educational programs and arts and crafts for ages 6-12; full-time day care for 6 weeks to 4 years also available; 636-7687.


PLEASANT GREEN M.B. REVIVAL 7:15 nightly through Friday; the Rev. R.L. Miller will be the evangelist; the Rev. Alvin G. Walker is pastor.

GROVE STREET M.B. MID-WAY COMMUNION 7 p.m. Wednesday, 707 Pierce St.; the Rev. Leonard Walker, pastor of New Mount Elem M.B. Church, will be the guest speaker; the Rev. Casey Fisher is pastor.

COOL SPRING M.B. BUSINESS MEETING 7 p.m. Thursday, all members are urged to attend.


EXCHANGE CLUB AND KROGER Selling tickets to win a $500 Kroger shopping spree; tickets are $2 and may be purchased by calling 634-0557; all proceeds will benefit the Child Abuse Prevention Center.