The Fun and Flowers Garden Club met with the Twenty-First Century Club at the Mid-Mississippi Library, Dec. 11, for a program of dulcimer music.
Christmas open house at the Attala County Library Sunday afternoon featured a variety of holiday music including performers on the piano, flute, guitar, saxophone along with soloists and group singing.
G.G. Holmes was hired as Kosciusko Main Street Director with the understanding it was to be for 18 months on a part-time basis.
On December 20 she will retire from that part-time job which grew to four years of fulltime work.
Improvements at the softball field at Ethel High School are expected to get underway soon, following approval given at the Monday night meeting of the board of the Attala County School District.
People of Unity, a charity providing free and after-school meals and snacks, is provided in the Ethel area under the management of Rev. Michael Hughes, founder of the service.
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.