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April 25, 2012 1 Registration First Baptist Church Weekday Education Ministry is now taking applications for the 2012/2013 school year starting in September 2012, children need to be 4 years of age on or before Sept. 1, 2012. Applications may be picked up and dropped off at the church office, 219 Second St., Wiggins. For more info call 6Ol- 928-5226. Thursday, April 26 Kindergarten Romldup Perkinston Elementary School will hold Kindergarten pre-regis- tration Thurs., April 26 and Fri., April 27, 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. Children must be 5 years old by Sept. 1, 2o12 and be registered by their legal parent or guardian. Items needed include complete MS Immunization Compliance form, birth certificate, social securi- ty card, parent's photo ID and two proofs of residency to include a current utility bill. Bingo Westside Community Center continues to have Bingo every Thursday night begin- ning at 6:3o. Doors open at 6 p.m. and con- cessions are available. Kids are invited to enjoy the adjoining recre- ational room while bingo games are ongo- ing. For more info call 6Ol-928-2317. Strong Women Healthy Hearts The Strong Women, Healthy Hearts exercise class meets at 5:15 on Monday and Thursday evenings at the Stone County Extension Office on Critz St., Wiggins. This class features sim- ple aerobics and walking to help control/reduce weight. Designed for folks to "come from work," the program allows individuals to work at their own pace to improve coordination to burn calorie. There is no charge for this pro- gram. For more info call 6Ol-928-5286. TLC for your BFF HOLLAND VETERINARY HOSPITAL 1804 S, Azalea Drwe, Wgqn,s f},01c}28-9'794 EMERGENCY AFTER HOURS PAGER 601-545-6999 Friday. April 27 Family Portrait Benefit Rob Palmer, Brent Sellers and Katie Sellers will host a Family Portrait fundraiser to raise funds for a mission trip to Peru. Each par- ticipating family will receive a free lOX13 fam- ily portrait or formal kids portrait. The event will be held at Berean Baptist Church, Hwy 49, Wiggins on Fri., April 27 and Sat., April 28. Call for appointment time and for more informa- tion, Stacy Palmer, 6Ol- 408-8035 or Tiffany Sellers 6Ol-543-7624. Pastoral Celebration Destiny Christian Worship Center, 713 W. Central Ave., Wiggins, will host their 3rd year Pastoral Celebration at 7 p.m., Fri., April 27 and Sat., April 28 and 6 p.m., Sun., April 29. Guest speakers will include Pastor Jacob Tate, Faith in the Word Ministry, Franklinton, La. and Overseer Jason Johnson, Abundant Life Evangelistic Center, Bfloxi. For more info call 6Ol-928-9731. Saturday. April 28 Republican Caucasus The Stone Count), Republican Precinct Caucuses and Count), Convention will be held Sat., April 28. Precinct Caucuses will begin at lO a.m. at each precinct and the convention will begin at 3 p.m. at the Stone Count5, Courthouse. For more information call Samuel Albritton, Jr. 228-806- 7379. Special Production Vardaman Street Baptist Church Praise Team, S.I.G.N., will be performing at Blaylock Park at 7 p.m., Sat., April 28. There will be singing including a time of devotion and testi- monies. The public is invited to attend. Attendees should bring lawn chairs. Drawdown Westside Community Center will host their 3rd annual Drawdown Sat., April 28. Meal begins at 6 p.m. and band at 7 p.m. $2o admits and feeds two people with one chance in the drawing. $1,ooo pot and 1 in 250 chance to win. For more info call 6Ol-365-9242. Special Production A senior project special production "Impact" will be performed Sat., April 28, 6 p.m. in the Stone I AREA BRIEFS I www.stonecountyenterprise.com High School Auditorium. Admission is free and the public is invited. The event will consist of different struggles and trials, put to song and dance, that individuals may face and the solutions that will occur if they look to Jesus Christ. Tennis Clinic A Tennis Clinic for ages 12 and under will be held at the Wynn Tennis Center with USTA trained Steven Georgian and volun- teers. The clinic will be Saturday, April 28, lO a.m. - z2 p.m. Cost is $10 per child, per week and includes instruction and refreshments. Please bring racquet if available but not required. For more info call Rosemary Berry at 6Ol-528-1o74 or Kathryn Lewis at 228- 697-4505. Sunday. April 2q Wednesday. May 2 Nutrition Group The Nutrition Group will meet Wed., May 2, at 1x:3o a.m. in the Extension Conference Room, 214 N. Critz Street. The group works with recipes and nutri- tional information for individuals with the need to manage dia- betes, high cholesterol, and high blood pressure. Nutrition plays an important role in the management of these conditions. Individuals who require special accommodations to par- ticipate should contact the Extension office to make their request know prior to the pro- gram. MUSES does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, reli- gion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, group affiliation, age, disability, or veteran status. For information call 601-928-5286. Sunday Fellowship The inaugural Third Sweet Pilgrim Baptist Association 5th Sunday Fellowship will be held at 3 p.m., Sun., April 29. Services will be held at the association building located at 14o3 Hwy 98E in New Augusta. Guest speaker will be Rev. David Scott, pastor of Peace and Goodwill Baptist Church of Palmers Crossing. For more info and directions call Deacon Ray Benjamin at 6Ol-598- 2041. Tuesday, May 1 Strong Women Strong Bones The Strong Women, Strong Bones exercise class meets on Tuesday and Thursdayin Wiggins at the Stone County Rehab Center on Hwy 26 at 9 a.m. and the McHenry Community Building at lO:30 a.m. The classes are for osteoporosis pre- vention and muscle strengthening. For more info call 6Ol-928-5286. Thursday. May . National Day of Prayer The National Day of Prayer w$ be observed in Stone County at 12 p.n% Thurs., May 3 in the court- room of the Stone County Cotarthouse. The Stone County Ministerial Association will host the event The public ks invited to attend. Ready To Move In Today? River Valley Power Assoc. 422 E. Pine Ave., Wiggins $01-928-7277 COLUMBIA - 601-736-2666 HATTIESBURG - 601-264-2458 PURVIS - 601-794-8051 AWHOLE NEW ANIMAL IN WHC00_E-00E American Rural Satellites 601-928-7774. 228-831-0086 www ARSatellites com d'sh. STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE 5A. DEADLINE IS FRIDAY AT 3:oo P.M. This Year's Signature Trips ooo, qom and realtoJoin us o we it Grand Canyon, Zion, Bryce, Yellowstone and the Tetons. See the proofs of Creation and the world-wide flood as Creation Ministries guides explain them. June 12-24 $2600 pp/dbl. Washington, DC in Depth-September 12-20. $1800 pp/dbt, Six nights and five days in Washington with the most in- formed and interesting Christian Hentage guide you have heard as we visit all the moior altractions, Nicaragua Tour -October 30-Nov, 7, $1700 ppfdbl plus $700 aidare from Jackson, MS, The history of Granada, volca- noes of Mosayo, beach at Del Sur and the work of mission groups in villages, schools and orphanages in Hinetega and Montagolpa - life changing. ory free fravei._" - all costs included - concegat/on insumnas, 3 meals a day, luggage handling, transporiation, lodging, of! 6ps and ad- m/sslons, ".,,wih Ch6stian friends" - our number one conotimenf: "the triendtiest group I've ever traved wife." for O new gerteation of Christian odu rve]ers.  Oeveloped by a "boomer L Out purposeful t6ps with high-quality hotels Ond meals and the leave your wallet at home pricing ore o hit with all agesl Mature students accompanied by parents or grandparents will benefit greatly from the slggretor ol/ages flips whkh con be life changing  TOU [L$ lmittmtl-lmtmil iml tml I M.RE|DSMETALS.CON Metal Roofing w  Buem IImmtmr NO Owner Wilt Hold .Mprtgage! | s,,o,,,,,, ,, ! Onkw Toik"...Iqok Up lod We ,lt, l' Bellecrest Mobile Home Park ! 8erring S stalasl Ccmtr-4mrs 63 Suan IGIroln Rd, esbg ! Vk0000Nr i imseAce l t-800-58t-4645 RENT ! WIGGINS, MISSISSIPPI PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE The city of Wiggins is considering applying to the Mississippi Development Authority for a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) of up to $600,000. The State of Mississippi has 2012 CDBG funds that will be made available to cities and coun- ties on a competitive basis to undertake certain pub- lic facilities projects. CDBG funds must be used for one of the following national policy objectives: 1. to benefit low- to moderate-income persons; to aid in the prevention or elimination of slums or blight; or to meet other community development needs having a particular urgency because existing conditions pose a serious and immediate threat to the health or welfare of the community where other financial resources are not available to meet such needs. The city of Wiggins intends to apply for CDBG funds to undertake sanitary sewer improvements in low-to- moderate income areas of the City. More specific details regarding the proposed project, program requirements, and the rating system will be provided at a public hearing, which will be held at City Hall, 117 N. 1st Street, Wiggins, MS, 39577 on May 9th, 2012 at 9:00 A.M. The purpose of this hearing will be to obtain citizen input into the development of the application. Written comments should be sent to the city of Wiggins, City Hall, 117 N. 1 st Street, Wiggins, MS 39577. Publish: 4/25/12