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)rise.com Wednesday, JUNE 4, 2003 Stone County Enterprise * Page 5 Commun" Focus Library for for and beginning will be,oin information 928- ! Broadus 528- will be Jtllae at the Stone in Wiggins. 7 p.m on shows on at2&amp;7 call 3 8(10. :to Vote are the decades for in vote if The regis- 30 days m which you vote. .C- County persons of and current Northrup resched- further info 3. Inc. Political July 19th at the old Big Level ble. invited to mforma- 8-5753. Center's Under next meet- at 7:00 ball Wiggins ent will camp, boys a.m. to and 1:00 p.m. per reg- can SChools in call and for the at the mforma- is invit- 928- State discremi_ race, ori- status. of: 4-H will be busy making prepa- rations for Project Achievement Day. June 17. at their regular meeting June 6, at 3:30 p.m.. in the Extension Conference Room. Project Achievement Day ends a year of activities. During the summer, youth will meet for special activity days. For information about 4-H, call 928-5286. Teacher Financial Literacy Workshop The Mississippi Personal Financial Literacy Teachers" Conference offers advanced teacher training and nationally acclaimed curriculums on per- sonal finance education. This conference for 6th - 12th grade teachers, takes place in Starkville at Mississippi State University. July 9th l lth. Registration is required and C.E.U. credits can be earned. For conference information, call 928-5286. 91st Birthday The children of Preston Ladner invite you to join in celebrating his 91st birthday at his home June 7. from I I :fX) am until 2:00 pm. Please bring a covered dish and join in the fun. Basketball Camp MGCCC Boys Basketball Camp will be Perkinston Campus, Wentzell Center June 9-12 from 8:30-11:30 a.m. (ages 10-11) and 1-4 p.m. for (ages 12-13). The cost is $85. Contact Wendell Weathers or Dave Shepherd for more information at 601-928-6248 or 601-928- 6395. Meeting The Stone County Retired Teachers Association will meet at 10 a.m. Wednesday, June 11. in the Sawmill Dance Studio. Bible School New Covenant Assembly of God at 435 Hwy. 29 N. will have their Vacation Bible School June 2 - 6, 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. for ages K - 6th. Closing ceremony will be Sunday, June 8, at 6 p.m. The theme this year is Treasures of the Nile, On an Expedition to Jesus. For more information call 928- 4818. Meeting Past Matron's Club meeting is June 4, at 11:30 a.m. at the home of Ercel Stewart at 344 Prissie Branch Road. Bible School Veggie Tales Jonah, an Overboard Adventure is coming to Word Alive Revival Center. June 3-6. All kids ages 2-12 are welcome. The time will be 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. For more information call 928-5100 or 928-9823. Revival Sand Hill Baptist Church will have their revival June 1 -6. Evangelist James Messer from Theodore, AL. Sunday Service begins at 1:30 p.m. and Monday thru Friday night services begin at 7:00 p.m. Come join us! 2 1/2 miles south of Hwy. 13 on Carnes Road. Stone County Rural Health Coalition The Stone County Rural Health Coalition meets Friday, June 6. at 10:00 a.m., in the Extension Conference Room on Critz Street. The program for the meeting includes a National Issues Health Forum. The forum presents three options about health care to be discussed by the group. Feedback r-ore the forum is sent to the Kettinger Foundation for inclusion in the report made to Congress by the Foundation. The flrum and Coalition meeting are open to any interested individual. For int:ormation, call 928-5286. Stone County 4-H The Stone County 4-H After School club meets Friday. June 6 at 3:30 p.m., in the Extension Conference room on Critz Street. The youth are preparing for project achievement day. Any youth age 6 to 18 is wel- come. Over the summer 4-H will continue to meet and have fun day activities to get youth exhibits read for the Fair. For information call 928-5286. Nutrition Program Come learn more about nutrition at a monthly meeting of individ- uals interested in nutrition. The group meets at 6:30 p.m.. in the Extension Conference room the first Wednesday each month. The next meeting will be June 4th, Following a nutrition dis- cussion, the group tastes dishes that are low fat. low sodium, and low calorie. For infornmtion call 928-5286. Big Level Water System The Home Community Center, Inc. Big-Level old school, will have volunteers available on June 19 at 7:(X) to sign-up and answer any question regarding "Big-Level Water SvstenY' immediatel3 following the monthly meeting. For more information call Shirley Wheat 528-9798, or Mackie Giltiam 928-9663. Summer Camps Summer camps being offered at Stone Success located at Stone Middle School in the Professional Development Building. 1st session-June 2- June 13, 8:()am-12:0Opm for Science and Math: 12:00- 4:00pm for Computer and Reading. 2nd session-June 16- June 23, 8:(X)am-12:(8)pm for Computer and Reading: 12:00pm-4:O0pm fi)r Science and Math. Fees for Camps are $35.00 (1/2 day) each session and $70/)0 d'ull day each ses- sion. Breakfast, Lunch and an afternoon snack will be included in the fee. A bus would be pro- vided for students attending Extended School at Perk and Stone Elementary. Did we just happen or are we here for a purpose? Dr. Kent Hovind answers this question and much more in his presentations on his Creation Science Evangelism videos which will be shown on Wednesday evenings at 7PM at Emmanuel Baptist Church, 1015 Hwy. 26, Wiggins. beginning June 4. 2(X)3 and continuing for several weeks to come. All are im,ited to attend. Learn more about Dr. Hovind at www.drdi- no.com Meeting The McHenry Neighborhood Watch will meet on Monday, June 9, 2003 at the McHenry Volunteer Fire Department. Any candidates for the upcoming election are invited to come and introduce themselves to the members and community. The meeting will begin at 7:(R) p.m. with all members and interested citizens encouraged to attend. Revival Little Creek Baptist Church will hold a revival starting Sunday, June 8th at 10:45 am. There will be a morning and afternoon service with a covered dish lunch served between services. Ser,ices are Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday evenings at 7:(YO p.m. Visiting preacher will be Bro. Johnny Stonecypher of Lucedale. Church is located near the intersection of Wire Rd. East and Hwy. 15 in the Ramsey Springs community. Vacation Bible School "Cracking the Character Code" is this year's theme for Bible School at First Baptist Church. June 9-13 from 9:00 a.m. until noon daily. Children turning 4 by September 1, 2003 through those going into the 6th grade are invited to attend. Pre-regis- tration is very important this year because of our new format. Pre-register at the church office Monday-Friday from 8/)0 a.m. - noon and from 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Please make every effort to register early. Late registration on Monday, June 9 at 8:15 a.m. Breakfast Wiggins Lodge 481 will have breakfast, Saturday, June 7, 2003 starting at 8:(X) a.m. $4.00 each. Revival Bro. I. L. "Shot" Stinson will be the visiting preacher for Revival at Unity Baptist in McHenry, Wednesday, June 4th - Sunday, June 8th. Services will be held nightly at 7:(X) p.m. Monday, June 9th Bro. Stinson will preach at the South Mississippi Coastal Association Meeting to be held at Unity Baptist at 7:(X) p.m. Food and Fellowship to follow. Workshop MGCCC Summer Arts Education Institute will have workshops June 16-20, Total Learning for Teachers, registration is Monday, June 16 from 8:00 - 8:45 a.m. and Awesome Art, reg- istration is Monday, June 16 from 12:30 - 1:15 p.m. at MS Gulf Coast Community College- Perkinston Malone Hall. CEU credit is available. Cost is $40 per participant per workshop or $80 per participant for attending both. For more information call 601-928-6289 or 928-6369. Workshop Grades 5-12 register on Monday, { June 23 from 12:30-1:15 p.m.! for The Awesome 80's work- i shop. Cost is $70. The work- I shop is June 23-27 from 1:15-i 4:30 p.m. at Malone Hall. I Grades 1-4 register on Monday, I June 23 from 8:(X)-8:45 a.m. for "Summer of Seuss" workshop. Cost is S70. The workshop is: June 23-27 lrom 8:45-12 noon at Mah,ne Hall. Grades 5-12 regis- ter on Monday, June 16 8:00- 8:45 a.m. for Total Theatre! June 16-20 from 8:45-12:00 p.m. at Malone Hall-Black Box Theatre. The cost is $50 per stu- i dent. For more information call 601-928-6289 or 928-6369. ! ! Here's a bonus clue to The Mississippi Puzzle wbcn S located et,vrere r thS iS:3e 22 Across: Miss. ishmd & a Miss. fish the University of Southern Mississippi, Gulf Coast. I have continued my education with county government courses. Alisa O'Neal Strickland, my high school sweetheart, and I have been married fi)r 23 years. We have three chikhen-Brandon, who just graduated from MGCCC and plans to attend Ole Miss in the fall: and Bradley and Brently, who attend Stone High School. At 43 years young, 1 am an active member of Vardaman Street Baptist Church and a mem- ber of Gideon International, serv- ing in the Stone County Camp. I own my own timber business. Scott Strickland and Sons, Inc. I thank my Lord and Savior daily for the blessings he has given my family and me and for the opportunities to serve my community. I thank,he people o.f District Four for Your b/h over the past 1Zyears- "---t% allow me; to serve as your Board of Supervisor. And to the former and current Boards members ,vith whom I served, I appreciate the opportunities to work together to achieve a better Stone County. I am dedicated to Stone County and its future, experienced in county government, and will work tirelessly to improve gov- ernment services in our county. I ask for your vote and support as your next Chancery Clerk on August 5th on the Democratic ticket. Please pray for my family and me as I seek this office, for our county, state and country. I'Hd lmlitt o/ b S ott 3lrit kl<md FOR lib EUEIIIII6 Of !n00IAiNMENT PARTICIPATE Ill CHIROPRACTIC I ., o...o.,o Related Injuries Arm, Leg Pain, Headaches PPO Provider Medicare Medicaid Blue Cross/Blueshield United Healthcare Aetna Cigna Mail Handlers Private Health Care Systems and Others Dr. Stanley Jordan 307 E. Central Ave. Wiggins 601-928-909] // ;,/" Regls'mred Suntlvors receive T-Shirt, Mhlllion, allr & refreshments, ....... -- ' : Survivor RegJsVatio. 6:301x.  7:Q4m ............. 7 7 '. // , . -,, / c.00K our SltEm ^ucnont You Won tt Belhle the Wntelul ldi of Itlll CI DUNK yt,r ntlM  Great Brgrn fr Everyo F,me Cn,a|dn tnt tlunl#n BI DON'T COOK FRIDAY NIGHTt BBQ Plates, Burgeon, Phllly S Funnel Cakes, Watermelion...and morel 1 would like to take this oppor- tunity to ask for your vote and support as your next chancery clerk. It has been an honor to serve as District Four Board of Supervisor for the past 12 years. These 12 years have given me the chance to work for progress in Stone County and we have seen Stone County move forward to a fast growing, progressive com- munity. During the 12 years serving on the Board of Supervisors, we have improved the volunteer fire departments; we have assisted rural water systems develop and become operational; we have located the CMS Defense Systems Plant (now General Dynamics) to Stone County; we have improved health care serv- ice in the county with the sale and opening of the Stone County Hospital and then added the air ambulance service; we have worked to recruit Wal-Mart and provided help with the infrastruc- ture'to secure the opening of Wal- Mart: we have worked with the Stone County Sheriff's Department to .secure the region- al correctional facility, which provided for a county jail that replaced our old overcrowded jail; we have built new facilities for public services such as the Justice Court Building, Sunflower Community Center, satellite fire station in Sunflower and relocated the Stone County Health Department; in recogni- tion of the importance of higher education to Stone County, we have provided maximum finan- cial support allowed by law to support Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College and the Perkinston Campus; we have secured grants to assist in the restoration, renovation, and expansion of the Stone County Courthouse, a project that is underway; we have created a pos- itive economic development cli- mate and supported the develop- ment of the Stone County Economic Development Partnership Ca county, city and private sector partnership), indus- trial parks and improved the Stone County Fairground facili- ties; we have improved the coun- ty roads and replaced numerous bridges; and we have renovated the old Health Department and entere lease with Mississippi Department of Wildlife and Fisheries. As supervisor, I have had the opportunity to serve as represen- tative of the Southern District to the Mississippi Association of Supervisor's Executive Committee for the past I I years having served as Chairman in 1999. For seven years, I have served as a member of the Public Lands Steering Committee of the National Association of County Officials. As a representative of Stone County to the South Mississippi Planning and Development District, which serves the 15 southern counties, I have served as Vice President for the past four years. I am a graduate of Stone High and Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College and attended Stfickland announces for Chancery Clerk )rise.com Wednesday, JUNE 4, 2003 Stone County Enterprise * Page 5 Commun" Focus Library for for and beginning will be,oin information 928- ! Broadus 528- will be Jtllae at the Stone in Wiggins. 7 p.m on shows on at2&7 call 3 8(10. :to Vote are the decades for in vote if The regis- 30 days m which you vote. .C- County persons of and current Northrup resched- further info 3. Inc. Political July 19th at the old Big Level ble. invited to mforma- 8-5753. Center's Under next meet- at 7:00 ball Wiggins ent will camp, boys a.m. to and 1:00 p.m. per reg- can SChools in call and for the at the mforma- is invit- 928- State discremi_ race, ori- status. of: 4-H will be busy making prepa- rations for Project Achievement Day. June 17. at their regular meeting June 6, at 3:30 p.m.. in the Extension Conference Room. Project Achievement Day ends a year of activities. During the summer, youth will meet for special activity days. For information about 4-H, call 928-5286. Teacher Financial Literacy Workshop The Mississippi Personal Financial Literacy Teachers" Conference offers advanced teacher training and nationally acclaimed curriculums on per- sonal finance education. This conference for 6th - 12th grade teachers, takes place in Starkville at Mississippi State University. July 9th l lth. Registration is required and C.E.U. credits can be earned. For conference information, call 928-5286. 91st Birthday The children of Preston Ladner invite you to join in celebrating his 91st birthday at his home June 7. from I I :fX) am until 2:00 pm. Please bring a covered dish and join in the fun. Basketball Camp MGCCC Boys Basketball Camp will be Perkinston Campus, Wentzell Center June 9-12 from 8:30-11:30 a.m. (ages 10-11) and 1-4 p.m. for (ages 12-13). The cost is $85. Contact Wendell Weathers or Dave Shepherd for more information at 601-928-6248 or 601-928- 6395. Meeting The Stone County Retired Teachers Association will meet at 10 a.m. Wednesday, June 11. in the Sawmill Dance Studio. Bible School New Covenant Assembly of God at 435 Hwy. 29 N. will have their Vacation Bible School June 2 - 6, 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. for ages K - 6th. Closing ceremony will be Sunday, June 8, at 6 p.m. The theme this year is Treasures of the Nile, On an Expedition to Jesus. For more information call 928- 4818. Meeting Past Matron's Club meeting is June 4, at 11:30 a.m. at the home of Ercel Stewart at 344 Prissie Branch Road. Bible School Veggie Tales Jonah, an Overboard Adventure is coming to Word Alive Revival Center. June 3-6. All kids ages 2-12 are welcome. The time will be 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. For more information call 928-5100 or 928-9823. Revival Sand Hill Baptist Church will have their revival June 1 -6. Evangelist James Messer from Theodore, AL. Sunday Service begins at 1:30 p.m. and Monday thru Friday night services begin at 7:00 p.m. Come join us! 2 1/2 miles south of Hwy. 13 on Carnes Road. Stone County Rural Health Coalition The Stone County Rural Health Coalition meets Friday, June 6. at 10:00 a.m., in the Extension Conference Room on Critz Street. The program for the meeting includes a National Issues Health Forum. The forum presents three options about health care to be discussed by the group. Feedback r-ore the forum is sent to the Kettinger Foundation for inclusion in the report made to Congress by the Foundation. The flrum and Coalition meeting are open to any interested individual. For int:ormation, call 928-5286. Stone County 4-H The Stone County 4-H After School club meets Friday. June 6 at 3:30 p.m., in the Extension Conference room on Critz Street. The youth are preparing for project achievement day. Any youth age 6 to 18 is wel- come. Over the summer 4-H will continue to meet and have fun day activities to get youth exhibits read for the Fair. For information call 928-5286. Nutrition Program Come learn more about nutrition at a monthly meeting of individ- uals interested in nutrition. The group meets at 6:30 p.m.. in the Extension Conference room the first Wednesday each month. The next meeting will be June 4th, Following a nutrition dis- cussion, the group tastes dishes that are low fat. low sodium, and low calorie. For infornmtion call 928-5286. Big Level Water System The Home Community Center, Inc. Big-Level old school, will have volunteers available on June 19 at 7:(X) to sign-up and answer any question regarding "Big-Level Water SvstenY' immediatel3 following the monthly meeting. For more information call Shirley Wheat 528-9798, or Mackie Giltiam 928-9663. Summer Camps Summer camps being offered at Stone Success located at Stone Middle School in the Professional Development Building. 1st session-June 2- June 13, 8:()am-12:0Opm for Science and Math: 12:00- 4:00pm for Computer and Reading. 2nd session-June 16- June 23, 8:(X)am-12:(8)pm for Computer and Reading: 12:00pm-4:O0pm fi)r Science and Math. Fees for Camps are $35.00 (1/2 day) each session and $70/)0 d'ull day each ses- sion. Breakfast, Lunch and an afternoon snack will be included in the fee. A bus would be pro- vided for students attending Extended School at Perk and Stone Elementary. Did we just happen or are we here for a purpose? Dr. Kent Hovind answers this question and much more in his presentations on his Creation Science Evangelism videos which will be shown on Wednesday evenings at 7PM at Emmanuel Baptist Church, 1015 Hwy. 26, Wiggins. beginning June 4. 2(X)3 and continuing for several weeks to come. All are im,ited to attend. Learn more about Dr. Hovind at www.drdi- no.com Meeting The McHenry Neighborhood Watch will meet on Monday, June 9, 2003 at the McHenry Volunteer Fire Department. Any candidates for the upcoming election are invited to come and introduce themselves to the members and community. The meeting will begin at 7:(R) p.m. with all members and interested citizens encouraged to attend. Revival Little Creek Baptist Church will hold a revival starting Sunday, June 8th at 10:45 am. There will be a morning and afternoon service with a covered dish lunch served between services. Ser,ices are Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday evenings at 7:(YO p.m. Visiting preacher will be Bro. Johnny Stonecypher of Lucedale. Church is located near the intersection of Wire Rd. East and Hwy. 15 in the Ramsey Springs community. Vacation Bible School "Cracking the Character Code" is this year's theme for Bible School at First Baptist Church. June 9-13 from 9:00 a.m. until noon daily. Children turning 4 by September 1, 2003 through those going into the 6th grade are invited to attend. Pre-regis- tration is very important this year because of our new format. Pre-register at the church office Monday-Friday from 8/)0 a.m. - noon and from 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Please make every effort to register early. Late registration on Monday, June 9 at 8:15 a.m. Breakfast Wiggins Lodge 481 will have breakfast, Saturday, June 7, 2003 starting at 8:(X) a.m. $4.00 each. Revival Bro. I. L. "Shot" Stinson will be the visiting preacher for Revival at Unity Baptist in McHenry, Wednesday, June 4th - Sunday, June 8th. Services will be held nightly at 7:(X) p.m. Monday, June 9th Bro. Stinson will preach at the South Mississippi Coastal Association Meeting to be held at Unity Baptist at 7:(X) p.m. Food and Fellowship to follow. Workshop MGCCC Summer Arts Education Institute will have workshops June 16-20, Total Learning for Teachers, registration is Monday, June 16 from 8:00 - 8:45 a.m. and Awesome Art, reg- istration is Monday, June 16 from 12:30 - 1:15 p.m. at MS Gulf Coast Community College- Perkinston Malone Hall. CEU credit is available. Cost is $40 per participant per workshop or $80 per participant for attending both. For more information call 601-928-6289 or 928-6369. Workshop Grades 5-12 register on Monday, { June 23 from 12:30-1:15 p.m.! for The Awesome 80's work- i shop. Cost is $70. The work- I shop is June 23-27 from 1:15-i 4:30 p.m. at Malone Hall. I Grades 1-4 register on Monday, I June 23 from 8:(X)-8:45 a.m. for "Summer of Seuss" workshop. Cost is S70. The workshop is: June 23-27 lrom 8:45-12 noon at Mah,ne Hall. Grades 5-12 regis- ter on Monday, June 16 8:00- 8:45 a.m. for Total Theatre! June 16-20 from 8:45-12:00 p.m. at Malone Hall-Black Box Theatre. The cost is $50 per stu- i dent. For more information call 601-928-6289 or 928-6369. ! ! Here's a bonus clue to The Mississippi Puzzle wbcn S located et,vrere r thS iS:3e 22 Across: Miss. ishmd & a Miss. fish the University of Southern Mississippi, Gulf Coast. I have continued my education with county government courses. Alisa O'Neal Strickland, my high school sweetheart, and I have been married fi)r 23 years. We have three chikhen-Brandon, who just graduated from MGCCC and plans to attend Ole Miss in the fall: and Bradley and Brently, who attend Stone High School. At 43 years young, 1 am an active member of Vardaman Street Baptist Church and a mem- ber of Gideon International, serv- ing in the Stone County Camp. I own my own timber business. Scott Strickland and Sons, Inc. I thank my Lord and Savior daily for the blessings he has given my family and me and for the opportunities to serve my community. I thank,he people o.f District Four for Your b/h over the past 1Zyears- "---t% allow me; to serve as your Board of Supervisor. And to the former and current Boards members ,vith whom I served, I appreciate the opportunities to work together to achieve a better Stone County. I am dedicated to Stone County and its future, experienced in county government, and will work tirelessly to improve gov- ernment services in our county. I ask for your vote and support as your next Chancery Clerk on August 5th on the Democratic ticket. Please pray for my family and me as I seek this office, for our county, state and country. I'Hd lmlitt o/ b S ott 3lrit kl<md FOR lib EUEIIIII6 Of !n00IAiNMENT PARTICIPATE Ill CHIROPRACTIC I ., o...o.,o Related Injuries Arm, Leg Pain, Headaches PPO Provider Medicare Medicaid Blue Cross/Blueshield United Healthcare Aetna Cigna Mail Handlers Private Health Care Systems and Others Dr. Stanley Jordan 307 E. Central Ave. Wiggins 601-928-909] // ;,/" Regls'mred Suntlvors receive T-Shirt, Mhlllion, allr & refreshments, ....... -- ' : Survivor RegJsVatio. 6:301x.  7:Q4m ............. 7 7 '. // , . -,, / c.00K our SltEm ^ucnont You Won tt Belhle the Wntelul ldi of Itlll CI DUNK yt,r ntlM  Great Brgrn fr Everyo F,me Cn,a|dn tnt tlunl#n BI DON'T COOK FRIDAY NIGHTt BBQ Plates, Burgeon, Phllly S Funnel Cakes, Watermelion...and morel 1 would like to take this oppor- tunity to ask for your vote and support as your next chancery clerk. It has been an honor to serve as District Four Board of Supervisor for the past 12 years. These 12 years have given me the chance to work for progress in Stone County and we have seen Stone County move forward to a fast growing, progressive com- munity. During the 12 years serving on the Board of Supervisors, we have improved the volunteer fire departments; we have assisted rural water systems develop and become operational; we have located the CMS Defense Systems Plant (now General Dynamics) to Stone County; we have improved health care serv- ice in the county with the sale and opening of the Stone County Hospital and then added the air ambulance service; we have worked to recruit Wal-Mart and provided help with the infrastruc- ture'to secure the opening of Wal- Mart: we have worked with the Stone County Sheriff's Department to .secure the region- al correctional facility, which provided for a county jail that replaced our old overcrowded jail; we have built new facilities for public services such as the Justice Court Building, Sunflower Community Center, satellite fire station in Sunflower and relocated the Stone County Health Department; in recogni- tion of the importance of higher education to Stone County, we have provided maximum finan- cial support allowed by law to support Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College and the Perkinston Campus; we have secured grants to assist in the restoration, renovation, and expansion of the Stone County Courthouse, a project that is underway; we have created a pos- itive economic development cli- mate and supported the develop- ment of the Stone County Economic Development Partnership Ca county, city and private sector partnership), indus- trial parks and improved the Stone County Fairground facili- ties; we have improved the coun- ty roads and replaced numerous bridges; and we have renovated the old Health Department and entere lease with Mississippi Department of Wildlife and Fisheries. As supervisor, I have had the opportunity to serve as represen- tative of the Southern District to the Mississippi Association of Supervisor's Executive Committee for the past I I years having served as Chairman in 1999. For seven years, I have served as a member of the Public Lands Steering Committee of the National Association of County Officials. As a representative of Stone County to the South Mississippi Planning and Development District, which serves the 15 southern counties, I have served as Vice President for the past four years. I am a graduate of Stone High and Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College and attended Stfickland announces for Chancery Clerk