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.May 2, 2012 Preschool Registration Vardaman St. Christian Academy is now taking preschool applications for the 2012/13 school year starting Aug. 23, 2012. Children need to be 4 years of age on or before Sept. 1, 2o12. Applications are avail- able at the school, 908 Frontage Dr., W. or call the office at 6oi-528- 5454. Registration First Baptist Church Weekday Education Ministry is now taking applications for the 2o12/2o13 school year starting in September 2o12, children need to be 4 years of age on or before Sept. 1, 2o12. Applications may be picked up and dropped off at the church office, 219 Second St., Wiggins. For more info call 6Ol- 928-5226. Registration Ages 2 to 17 are invited to come out and join the Westside Community Center baseball teams. Bring your kids, bats and equipment at 9 a.m., Sat., May 5. Sunday, May 6 Baccalaureate Service Stone County Ministerial Association will host the Community Baccalaureate Service for the 2012 graduates of Stone High School at 2:30 p.m., Sun., May 6. The service will be held at H.A. Bronited Methodist urch in Wiggins. Dr. Bill), Stuart, Vice President of Administration and Finance at MGCCC will deliver the message and the public is invited to attend and support the graduates of 2012. Monday. May 7 Wednesday, May 2 Nutrition Group The Nutrition Group will meet Wed., May 2, at 11:3o a.m. in the Extension Conference Room, 214 N. Critz Street. The group works with recipes and nutri- tional information for indMduals 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 Public Hearing Stone County School District will hold a pub- lic hearing to discuss The Children&apos;s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) for the district. The hearing will be held dur- ing the regularly sched- uled School Board Meeting at 6:30 p.m., Mon., May" 7 in the Professional Development Center, located behind Stone Middle School, 532 W. Central Ave., Wiggins. Available where you live. Tuesday, May 8 Pine Needle Quilters The Pine Needle Quilters will meet at 6:30 p.m. on Tues., May 8 at the Sunflower Community Center. The program for the month flsagis of race, color, reli- " wlil beOld Fashion gion, national Origin, sex, sexual orientation, group affiliation, age, disability, or veteran status. For information call 6Ol-928-5286. Thursday. May National Day of Prayer The National Day of Prayer will be observed in Stone County at 12 p.m., Thurs., May 3 in the courtroom of the Stone County Courthouse. The Stone County Ministerial Association will host the event. The public is invited to attend. Saturday, May .q 4-H Ranch Rodeo There will be a 4-H Ranch Rodeo at the Stone County Fairgrounds Sat., May 5 beginning at 5 p.m. Events will include Ranch Sorting, Mugging, Team Penning and Trailer Loading. Three people per team, $12o per team. Prizes for first, second and third place teams with fastest time in all four events combined and first place teams in each event. All proceeds to benefit Stone County 4- H members participat- ing in state contests. For more info call 6Ol-928- 5286. Strip Quilting by Doris Trammell. For more info call Wyvona Scarbrough at 6Ol-928- 3801. Friday, May ll Women's Conference The Good Hope MBC, 2o0 Willow St. W., New Augusta will sponsor a Women's Conference, "Glorifying God in Mind, Body and Spirit" Fri., May 11 at 7:3o p.m. and Sat., May 12 at 9 a.m. Speakers will be Minister Angela Lott of Grace Temple Ministries of Hattiesburg and Dr. Bridget Tah-Clayton, DO of Hattiesburg Clinic and Evangelist Rosie McSwain-Fairley of New Beginnings Ministries of Hattiesburg. Attire is casual. Breakfast Wiggins Masonic Lodge No. 481 F&AM, 129 S. First St., Wiggins will host their monthly breakfast Sat., May 5, 7:30 a.m. until. Plates are $6 each and the public is invited. I AREA BRIEFS I Saturday, May 12 Car Show Star Chevrolet will host their 2nd annual car show Sat., May 12. There will be a 50/50 raffle, beautiful rides, tons of tim, music, food and drinks. Awards will be given for Best in Show, Top 10 Truck& Top 5 Bikes, Crowd Favorite, Top 5 Rat Rods and Top 20 Cars. Pre-registration fee is $1o per vehicle or $15 at the gate. For more info call GaD' Guinn 228- 669-0067. Field Day The Stone County Cattlemen's Association Field Day will be held Sat., May 12 at Nick Smith's Farm, 195 Hwy 26, Lumberton. Registration will be from 8:30 a.m. - 9 p.m. There is no charge for this field day and lunch will be provided. Speakers will discuss summer grasses, man- agement strategies, market updates and research updates. There will be a live cannulated cattle demonstration and vendors will be on hand. For more info call 6Ol-928-5286. Golf Tournament Wiggins Fire Department will host a golf tournament at Pine Burr County Club in Wiggins, Sat., May 12. Shotgun start at 9 a.m., two person scramble, $12o per team with meal afterward, two mulligan's per play" for $5. Cash prizes for first place team, second place team, longest drive and closest to pin. For more info call the fire depart- ment at 6Ol-928-5446 or. Pine Burr 'Country Club. Fishing Rodeo The United Sportsmen for Christ will host a Fishing Rodeo Sat., May 12. Categories include Big Bass, Bream, White Perch, Catfish, 5 Bass Stringer, and Most Fish Brought in "Total Weight". Anglers must purchase ticket to par- ticipate. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for ages 13 and under. Tickets are available at Ace Hardware in Poplarville and the Chevron in Wiggins. Weigh-in will be at the old Poplarville Armory. Scales open at 1 p.m. and close at 3:30 p.m. For more info call 6Ol- 793-7633. Mother's Day Brunch H.A. Brown Memorial Methodist Church will host a Mother's Day Brunch at 11 a.m., on Sat., May 12. Guest speaker will be Ms. Janet Fairley. Tickets are $7 each. For more info Call Mary Hinton at 601-928-9925 . Tanner Reunion The Annual Tanner Reunion will be held Sat., May 12 at the home of Keith and Theresa Tanner. For more info call 6Ol-528-o846. Wednesday, May 16 Canning Workshop The Stone County Extension Office will host a home canning workshop 1:3o p.m. - 3 p.m., Wed., May 16 at the MSU Extension Office, 214 N. Critz St., Wiggins. Class size is limited and registration is encouraged. For more info call 601-928"5286. Saturday, May 10 Wrestle a Gator Come wrestle a gator and "choot 'em" up with Troy and Jacob Landry of "The Swamp People," Sat., May 19 at the George Count3' Fairgrounds. Bring your camera for a photo and get Troy and Jacob's autograph starting at 12 p.m. Live music featur- ing The County Line Band and others. For more info call Farmers Supply Company in Lucedale at 6Ol-947- 4500. Friday, May 25 Auditions The Mississippi School of the Arts will be hold- ing additional auditions for both dance and vocal music on Fri., May 25. Applications are due no later than Fri., May 11. ......................................................................................................................................... { .. Pel ptk me at just d'sh00 STONE COUNTY ENTERPRISE 5 The process for achnis- sion includes applica- tion, audition and inter- view. Accepted students attend their junior and senior years. Applications are avail- able online at -', or 1037 calling 601-823- 13oo. Wednesday. May o Canning Workshop The Stone County Extension Office will host a home canning workshop lO:3O a.m. - 12 p.m., Wed., May 30 at the MSU Extension Office, 214 N. Critz St., Wiggins. Class size is limited and registration is encouraged. For more info call 601-928-5286. Thursday. May al FOSCL Meeting The next meeting of the Friends of the Stone County Libraries will be Thurs., May 31 at 12 p.m. at the Wiggins library. Paula Lee will talk about the summer reading program. Bring your sack lunch and join the meeting. The public is invited. Scholarship Opportunity Students interested in applying for the N. M. & Elsie Breland scholar- ship are requested to make application by May 31, 2o12. Students from the First Baptist Church, Stone Connty and pursuing Christian vocations will be given first preference. Any student may apply for the scholarship who will be attending college in the fall of 2012. Apply on or before May 31. Applications may be secured from one of the trustees, Wiley Able, 219 Second St., 6Ol-928- 5226; Dana R. Parsons, PO Box 28o, 6Ol-928- 1656; or Jack Parsons, PO Box 6, 6Ol-928- 2838. All are of Wiggins. Fraternal Orders  Masonic Lodge Wiggins ineets PA First Thursday  7:3opm .<\