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Lottie Boggan’s latest book addresses dark subject; book signing February 24

By JANET TAYLOR PERRY,

Special to the Sun

Lottie Brent Boggan has been writing for The Northside Sun for more than 30 years. Her “Keeping up with Lottie” column is just a small sampling of her forte - finding humor even in the darkest events.

However, the subject matter she tackles in her latest release, “Mr. Honeycut,” is anything but funny.

SIDS benefit

Century Club Charities, the host organization for the Sanderson Farms Championship, presented a $7,500 donation to the Mississippi SIDS & Infant Safety Alliance.

Club meeting

The Garden Club of Madison met recently. Kim Duease presented the program followed by refreshments. Hostesses were (from left) Brenda Fortenberry, Carol Stockett, Mary Ann Workman, Sharon Robinson, Tina Begley, Connie Starkey, Laurel Albrecht and Duease.

Flying high

First Presbyterian Day School fifth-graders celebrated National Kite Flying Day by constructing kites out of household materials. Shown are (from left) Piper McCalop, Jake Bailey, Causey Jones and Noble Wilkinson.

Most Valuable

Jackson Prep recently presented football varsity awards. Receiving the Most Valuable Players are (from left) Chance Lovertich, MVP Offense; Jerrion Ealy, Buddy Crosby MVP Award; and Cooper Carroll, MVP Defense.

Rivers Williams

Rivers Williams’ art earned an award of merit at the Chimneyville Crafts Festival. Williams studies under Susan Ingram in Jackson Academy’s Upper School, where she is a junior.

Football walk-on

Madison Central High School senior Truett Bourne has accepted a position of preferred walk-on with the University of Mississippi for football in the fall.

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First Presbyterian Day School fifth-graders celebrated National Kite Flying Day by constructing kites out of household materials.