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Wednesday, March 17, 2010 Cassic Car Show to be held at Pine Hill Festival Stone County., Miss. -The Red Creek Classics Car Club will be out in full force for the Pine Hill Festival on Saturday, April 3, in downtown Wiggins, Mississippi. The car show slated to begin at 9 am and end at 3 pm will feature cars, trucks and motorcy- cles. There is a $20 registra- tion fee the day of the festi- val with awards be given for top 2o cars pre-1985, top lO trucks pre-1985, top 3 cars and truck 1986 and newer, top 3 rat rods, best engine, best pair and best of show car and truck. Held in conjunction with the Pine Hill Festival, a dw of family fun which includes a soap box derby, kids i mile fun run, 5k and 1ok run, talent show, entertainment by ISIS and T. Bone Pnfitt, food, and craft vendors is sponsored by the Stone Count), Chamber a division of The Stone County Economic Development Partnership(SCEDP). For additional informa- tion on the open car, truck and motorcycle show, con- tact the SCEDP office at 6ol.928.5418 or go to www.stoneeount3'.com or go to vw.redcreekclas- sics.com. The Stone Count3- Economic Development Partnership is a non-profit entity formed to promote economic development in Stone County; to develop, promote and expand exist- ing businesses and indus- tries in Stone Count3"; to promote tourism and to support the development of infrastructure and serv- ices to accommodate a growing economy and community. Charlie Farmer with his Antique Mustang Lonely puppies seek loving home One of six puppies available for adoption "Iqaere are currently six puppies in foster care with Stone Count3' Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SCSPCA). Currently all dogs and cats that are picked up by the City of Wiggins are sent to the Humane Society in Gulfport. If your dog or cat is missing, call the Wiggins Police Department at 6Ol- 928-5444. If you are inter- ested in adopting one of the animals listed below, please call Katie at (6Ol) 27o-7o48. 1. Five German shepherd puppies male and female about three months old. 2. A pla)fful male yellow lab puppy about four months old. This puppy is pictured. SCSPCA spays or neuters, vaccinates, and vet checks all dogs and cats adopted out. "Ihere is a $30 adop- tion fee to help pay expenses. Low Cost Spay/Neuter- SCSPCA along with the Humane Society of Gulfport provides low cost spay/neuter. The price is $55 per animal including transportation and a rabies shot. Spay & neuters are done the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month. Spaces are limited. The next scheduled spay/neuter is Monday, March 29. If you are inter- ested please call Wilmet at (6ol) 716-4718. Do your part in helping reduce the number of stray animals in Stone County. Get home delivery of the Stone County Enterprise. Call 601-928-4802 Stone County, Enterprise Now Open Page 7 On Monday March 12, 2010 the new Curves exercise facility held with a ribbon cut- ting. Curves is owned by Dr. Greg Loose of Wiggins and located at 1580 Industrial Park Dr., near the Subway Shop in Wiggins. Curves specializes in Women's Fitness. Child care is provided. Improve your chance for a rebates Rebates offered by manu- facturers are steadily increasing. They are, in fact, an excellent way to lure shoppers into bufing products. Consumers gen- erally fail to receive rebate payments - either because flae/do not apply for them or due to stonewalling from third party rebate-ful- fillment firms. This makes rebate offers attractive marketing tools for manu- facturers. The Better Business Bureau (BBB) Serving Mississippi offers the fol- lowing tips to consumers that may help improve their claances of receiving rebates: Do the math. 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