Students at Kosciusko Junior High School were challenged to show patriotism and express thanks to those who have served in the military at a Friday morning Salute to Veterans program held at the school.
Holiday foods were in abundance Friday at the annual Tasters Luncheon sponsored by Helping Hands Ministry. The event was hosted by First Baptist Church and held in the Son Building where an array of food was served from 11:30 a.m. until 1 p.m.
Christin Gates Calloway, Kosciusko native and a former participant in the programs of the Oprah Winfrey Boys and Girls Club, was guest speaker for the club’s annual C.A.R.E (Children Are the Reason for Excellence) banquet held Oct. 18.
As Sullivan’s Drugs and Gifts celebrates its 50th anniversary this week, founder Ronnie Sullivan said he never dreamed of offering gifts to his customers. The addition of gifts to the store’s offerings came after the business was purchased by son-in-law David Hudson in 2009.
When Katherine Jeter, cycling the Natchez Trace Parkway from Nashville to Natchez, arrived at the Visitor’s Center in Kosciusko Monday afternoon, she was surprised with a birthday party honoring her on her 80th birthday.