Heritage officers

New officers for the Heritage Luncheon Club for 2017-18 are (from left, back) Sarah Boswell, assistant treasurer;  Nancy Aldridge, recording secretary;  Eleana Pope, reporter; Ann Williams, corresponding secretary; Ramona Hill, treasurer; (front) Louisa Thigpen, parliamentarian;  Lynn Macon, vice president; Dot Gamblin, president; and Mary Ann

Symphony talk

Crafton Beck, conductor of the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra recently spoke with the Madison Lions Club. Shown are (from left) Lion Betsy Landers, Beck, and Lion President Todd Rhodus.

Eagle rank

Eight Boy Scouts earned the rank of Eagle Scout, Scouting’s highest award, during a recent Eagle Court of Honor held by BSA Troop 30, chartered at St.

Officer of the Month

City of Ridgeland Detective Mike McGahey (center) was selected as Officer of the Month for August 2017. Due to Detective McGahey’s initiative, work ethic and diligence, two major theft cases were solved in the City of Ridgeland along with additional cases in neighboring jurisdictions.

Movie night

The Garden Club of Jackson is sponsoring a free Conservation Movie Night October 19 at 7 p.m. in the Yates Community Room at the Mississippi Museum of Art. This is the first time the GCJ has offered a documentary to the public about conservation.

Health services

Chris Anderson, CEO of Mississippi Baptist Health Services was a recent speaker at the Rotary Club of Jackson. Shown are (from left) President Brooks Buchanan, Anderson, and Neddie Winters, Rotary president-elect.



The Jackson Academy Accents won in the MAIS Spirit Competition, taking first place in both the AAAA Kick division and the AAAA Pom division against teams from across the state.