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March 28, 2012 I AREA BRIEFS I STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE 5A Homestead Exemption During 2Oll if yOU had any changes in marital status, purchase property, sold property, turned 65 years of age or became disabled, you will need to go to the Stone County Tax Assessor&apos;s Office before April 1, 2o12 to re-file for homestead exemption. Failttre to re-file could result in losing your exemption benefits. For more info call 6Ol-928-3121 or 6Ol-928- 4951. Dt0ne Count/, EnterpriSe Your hometown newspaper since 191 6 143 First St. 601-928-4802 Thursday. March 20 Strong Women Healthy Hearts The Strong Women, Healthy Hearts exercise class meets at 5:15 on Monday and Tlmrsday evenings at the Stone County Extension Office on Critz St., Wiggins. rllais dass features simple aerobics and walking to help control/rednce weight. Designed for folks to "come from work," the program allows individuals to work at their own pace to inaprove coordination to burn calorie. There is no charge for this program. For more info call 6Ol-928-5286. Strong Women Strong Bones The Strong Women, Strong Bones exercise class meets on Tuesday and 'Ilaursday in Wiggins at the Stone County Rehab Center on Hwy 26 at 9 a.m. and the McHenry Community Building at lO:3O a.m. 'Ilae classes are for osteoporosis prevention and nmsde strengthening. For more info call 6Ol-928- 5286. Bingo Westside Community Center continu to have Bingo every "llmrsday night beginning at 6:30. Doors open at 6 p.m. and conces- sions are available. Kids are invited to enjoy the adjoining recreational room while bingo games are ongoing. For more info call 6ol-928- 2317. Cattlemen's Meeting The Stone County Cattlemen's Association will meet at 7 p.m., Thurs., Marcia 29 at the Stone County Fairgrounds. Yearly dues are $4o. For more info call 6Ol-998-5286. Friends of Library A meeting of the Fends of the Stone County Libraries will be 12 p.m. - i p.m., "llaurs., March 99 at the Wiggins Library. Guest speaker will be 'Ibnya Bolton of Perkinston Elementary School, who will be speaking about Common Core School Standards, especially as it relates to literacy. All inter- ested community members are invited to attend. Memberships will be renewed and upcoming proj- ects will be discussed. For more info call Daisha Walker at 6Ol-928-6289. Timber Tax Short Course MSU Extension service will host timber tax workshops "Ihurs., March 29, 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. in Oxford. Landowners, certified accountants, consulting foresters and loggers are invited to participate in the Income 'Taxes and Family Forest short course. Registration is $35 for indi- viduals and $50 for couples. Includes "all materials, lunch and refreshments. For mole info "call 6Ol-372-M24. Friday, March ao Ian "dseape Symposium The 171;]1 Annual Landscape Symposinm will be held Fri., March 30, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. in the Student Center Multipurpose room on the Perkinston Campus of MGCCC. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. and is $12, which includes lunch. Proceeds go to the MC-CCC Horticulture Club. To pre- register call 6Ol-928-5286. Master Gardner training hours are available. Opening Ceremonies The Stone Wiggins Recreation Baseball Iague will hold opening ceremoni for their 2o12 season Fri., Marcia 3o and Sat., March 31. For more info visit http://stonewigginsrec.word Saturday. March "1 Church Reunion 'Ilae Biker Clmrch will host a reunion at Living Word Church in Saucier, Sat., March 31 at 7 p.m. Refreshments will be avail- able. Plans to reorganize the WWW.REEDSHETALS.COH Metal Roofing and Pre-Engineered Building Manufacturer Commercial Agricultural and Industrial Order Today...Pick Up Todayl We Also Deliverl Serving 6 statesl Contractors Welcomel church in Saucier will be dis- cussed. For more info call Beth at 228-832-8509. Sunday. April 1 W'md Ensemble Concert FUMC Wind Ensemble, under the direction of Kristopher Chandler, will perform their Easter concert Sun., April 1, 6 p.m., in the FUMC Family Life Center, 520 E. Pine Ave., Wiggins. The ensemble has grown to "almost 40 members com- prised of a variety of nmsi- cians from several schools including MGCCC, Oak Grove, Stone County, USM and the Wiggins community. Special Production Big Izvel Baptist Church will pr 'nt "The Living Last Supper," Sun., April I at 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. "lhe church is located at 1346 City Bridge Rd., Wiggins For more info call 6Ol-928-3898. Tuesday. April a Forestry Meeting Pearl River/Stone County Fores'try Assodation will meet at Noon, Tues., April 3 for a dutch treat lunch at Western Sizzlin in Wiggins. Anyone interested in forestry as a business or in conserwa- tion of forest lands is wel- come. Kindergarten Pre-regis- tration Stone Elementary School will host kindergarten pre- registration 8 aan. - 2 p.m., Tues., April 3 - "Ilmrs., April 5. Children must be 5 years of age by Sept. 1, 2o12 and be registered by their legal guardian. Items needed include complete MS Immunization Compliance form ml, birth certificate, social security card, parent's photo ID, two proofs of physical address to include a current utility bill Nutrition Group The Nutrition Group will meet Wed., April 4 at n:3o a.m., ha the Extension Conference Room, 214 N. Critz St., Wiggins. "Ilae group works with recipes and nutri- tional information for indi- viduals with the need to manage diabetes, high cho- lesterol, and high blood pres- sure. For more info call 6Ol- 928-5286. almrsdav, April s Easter Celebration "Come qbnch the Robe," an "'Fer celebration in music of new life will be presented at 7 p.m., Thurs., April 5 at First United Methodist Church New Life Center, 620 E. Pine Ave., Wiggins. Members of the worship choirs of First Baptist, Wiggins Presbyterian, Lutheran-Episcopal Mission of the Annundation combine with both choirs of FUMC to tell the story of Jesus through stories of those who were with Him during His last (lays on earth. AW'HOLE NEW ANIMAL IN OLE-HOME I IIII I I I I II IIII The Birth Control Pharmaceuticals NuvaRing and Yaz (olso sold as Yasminandnder the generic name Ocella ) hove been linked to severe blood clot injuries including pulmonary embolism. If you or someone you know has experienced medical issues while on these drugs imme- diately call our office. We ore investigating these claims. Call our office for a free consultation. 1-800-595-6244 The Low Office of Bobby Moak, P.C. The. 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