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Page 10 Stone County Enterprise Wednesday, JUNE 4, 2003 www.., Waltman baby boy born XANDER RILEY WALTMAN Mr. and Mrs. Charles Waltman, Jr. of Wiggins recently announced the birth of their sec- ond child, Xander Riley. Xander was born on March 17, 2003 at 9:02 p.m. at Forrest General Hospital in Hattiesburg, MS. He weighed 9 pounds, 9 ounces. Mrs. Waltman is the former Sabrina Martin. Maternal grandparents are Lynn and Susan Martin of Carnes, MS. Paternal grandparents are Charles and Georgia Waltman Of. Wiggins, MS. The proud big brother is three year old Hunter Waltman. Aunts and Uncle are Evon and Joey Martin and Lisa Waltman. Commentary, Sports, Community News, Local Events and News, Shopping, Classifieds and much more Each week in the Mrs. Thelma Breland, her daughter Gay Rayborn of Wiggins and Elaine Breland of Jackson took a trip through the Northeastern US. Thelma, who will be 90- years old in September, took her Enterprise along. Perk Beta Club attends leadership workshop A Leadership Workshop tbr the twenty-two members of the Perkinston Elementary National Jr. BETA Club was held on April 25 on the Perkinston Campus of Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College. Vice President Mary Graham was a guest speaker. The goal of the event was to encourage the students to be leaders in their daily lives and in the future when they become adults. Students evaluated their person- al strengths and weaknesses and participated in a variety of lead- ership building activities The workshop was led by club spon- sor Donna Rouse who was assisted by BETA President Kelli Saucier and Vice President/Secretary Kaylee Rocco. Special thanks go to the Perkinston Elementary PTO. MGCCC. the Bank of Wiggins and The Video Center for donat- ing door prizes, and to the Foundation for Better Education for the mini-grant to help spon- sor the conference. As a follow up activity from the conference, members were asked to design their persorml business cards for their future careers. The three top winners were Jacob Mitchell. Christina Craig, and Kaylee Rocco who each received a $20 savings deposit donated by the Bank of Wiggins. Honorable mention business cards were designed by Sarah Lott and Clinton Ray Carlisle. These students received a free video rental from The Video Center. Library summer reading program to begin in June Children can join the free Summer Library Program co- sponsored by the Stone County Public and McHenry Public Libraries and the Mississippi Library Commission beginning on Wednesday, June 4, 20t)3. This year&apos;s theme is "Books Ahoy." The Summer Library Programs at the Stone County Public and McHenry Public Libraries are designed to attract children to the libraD, and promote the idea that reading is fun. Free programs and activities will begin on June 4 and contin- ue through July 9. Please con- tact Cynthia McDonald, 928- 4993 or Laquita Broads, 528- 9465 for more information. Paslay and Maddox to wed in Jane Ann Pasla and William as a chemistry, and ph.',sics ed Scott Maddox. St. recently teacher at Stone High School rece announced their engagement The future groom is the son of in the Family al'proachme marriaee. Mrs. Marlita Maddox and the church. The el'ect, the  former late Lt. Col. William Maddox of Vows will Jane Ann Burchfield. is the Biloxi. He is the father of three Saturday. daughter of' Mrs. Virginia sons. Rylan, Ben and Will p.m. in the Burchfield and the late Kenneth Maddox. Heis an Assistant Vice Met Burchfield of Wiggins. She is President and manager of The the mother of two sons, Lea and People's Bank in Wiggins. Drew Paslay. She is emplo3ed Fnends and relatives are invit- " i Jim Rabby, President, Bank of Wiggins, welcomes guests to S Perkinston Campus, MGCCC. Before the senior luncheon, the stone Health Coalition held a Senior Health Fail. 14 exhibitors provided a var iety( nutrition information. One booth checke blood pressure for seniors. of learning, greeting family and friends, pnd enjoying the recognition of ly in Stone County.  {.N. Richard Hay, County Extension Director, Amite County, met with the dairy Livestock meeting to assist with the training for showmanship and Bailey Westling, T.J. Westling, and Joel Lee participated in the workshop. club meets  4th Tuesday evening each month at the Fairgrounds. Youth animals for the Stone County Fair as well as other shows in southern Louisiana. Unlimited Calling... Now add Long Distance. {And maybe a free H2} TO THE CELLULP NAXONWlO[ ' hop at Home tollj%e 1-877-CSOUTH1 or CELLuLARSOUTH. COM ,, " "q' and receive $10 off equipment plus free shippi,,g. Bay St. Louis, Highway 90. 228-464344 Biloxi, Eisenhower Dr,,e, 228-.88-8828 Grt. 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