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New Eagles

Boy Scout Troop 8 held a Court of Honor Banquet on Scout Sunday to recognize their newest Eagle Scouts. Troop 8 has been sponsored by First Baptist Jackson for more than 95 years, Rep.

Earn Eagle

William Cotten (center) recently achieved the rank of Eagle Scout through First Presbyterian Church Troop 18.

Giving tree

Jackson Academy’s Service Club sponsored a Christmas Giving Tree to benefit families served by CityChurch.  Students and families adopted 125 children in need and provided gifts for Christmas morning personalized for the child’s age and gender.  Shown with some of the gift ba

Eagle Scout

Boy Scout Troop 18 recently held a Court of Honor to recognize new Eagle Scouts. Jack Holiman, (center) shown with his parents Mr. and Mrs. F. Allen Holiman, was awarded the rank of Eagle.

Earn Eagle

Wesley Roberson, (center) shown with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Ben Roberson, was awarded the rank of Eagle at a Court of Honor held by BSA Troop 18. He is an 11th-grader at Jackson Prep and is a member of  First Presbyterian Church, Jackson.

Honor Eagle

Boy Scout Troop 18 recently held a Court of Honor to recognize new Eagle Scouts.  Kendall Clarke, (center) shown with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Clarke, was awarded the rank of Eagle.

Eagle

Boy Scout Troop 18 of Jackson recognized Joseph Upton (center) at its recently held court of honor with the rank of Eagle Scout. Upton is in the 10th grade at Jackson Prep and is a member of Pear Orchard Presbyterian Church.

Build Anew

The first-ever “Drawdown to Build Anew” will be held May 9 at the Mississippi Trade Mart.  Four area churches - St. Andrew’s, St. Philip’s, St. Columb’s and St. James Episcopal churches - will hold the event from 5:30 to 9 p.m.

Ninety years

Recently Boy Scout Troop 18 of Jackson celebrated the 90th anniversary of the troop.  Robert Mims, an Eagle Scout and former member of Troop 18, spoke of the history of Troop 18 and reminisced with stories from his years as part of the troop.  To honor the occasion, current m

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