Melvin Priester was recently elected as president of the Jackson City Council. Priester, who is now in his second term, is a graduate of Murrah High School, Harvard University and the Stanford Law School at Stanford University.
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The Jackson Academy Association (JAA) will host A Blue and White Night at the Country Club of Jackson on Saturday, August 11. Guests will dress in blue and white to enjoy silent and live auctions, a tuition raffle, food, and live music.
Catherine Elizabeth Lowe and David Caleb Marbury were wed April 22 at Saint James’ Episcopal Church. The candlelight ceremony was officiated by the Very Rev. David Elliot.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Alcus Lowe III of Ridgeland. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Patrick Marbury of Ridgeland.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ford Terry announce the engagement of their daughter, Anna Kathryn Terry, to Daniel Lee Hartman, son of the Rev. and Mrs. Edward Andrew Hartman of Jackson.
Vicki McKay, my devoted caregiver and dearest and most reliable friend, came to us just before Christmas of 2016. She called and said, “I’m weary of the job I have now and have just decided I am going into a people-oriented type of caregiving.
Jackson Academy students (from left) Gavin Lomax, Kirkland Hudson, Jarvon Gaines, Sarah Wilson Fielder, Emma Charlotte Hosh, and Carolina Walker have all participated in the Little Dribblers program at JA.
St. Andrew’s Episcopal School recently celebrated College Day, during which seniors announced their college decisions by wearing various college t-shirts. Shown are (from left) Olivia Campbell, Paige Blackwood, Emily Kruse, and Jack Ditto.
First Presbyterian Day School held “Preschool Day Hooray” for new preschoolers for the 2018-2019 school year. Shown are (from left) Rebecca and Giles Houston.
St. Andrew’s Episcopal School’s varsity softball team recently visited Early Childhood Center students during carpool. Shown are (back) Isabella Fraser; (from left, front) John Singh and Lorelai Bonds.
Michelle Varner, author of “Butterfly Colors,” read to the preschool classes at First Presbyterian Day School.