Saturday March 20
Robert Neal food distribution slated
Robert Neal Food Pantry at Calvary Chapel of Parchman will be open for food distribution from 9-11 a.m. on Saturday, March 20.
Faith Food Pantry to distribute food
Faith Food Pantry will distribute food Saturday, March 20, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at its drive-thru. Clients should arrive on time.
Monday March 29
Holy Week services set in Charleston
First United Methodist Church of Charles-ton will host traditional Holy Week midday services, March 29 through April 2.
The noontime services will be available for both in-person and online viewing. If attending in person, wearing of a mask is requested.
The schedule of speakers is as follows:
» Monday, March 29: Rev. Ray Branch
» Tuesday, March 30: Rev. Joe May
» Wednesday, March 31: Rev. Paul Long
» Thursday, April 1: Rev. Ken Watson
» Friday, April 2: Rev. Phillip Pharr
Unlike previous Holy Week services, the ladies of the church will not be serving lunch at the church. However, brown baggers are welcome and drinks will be provided.
Grief support group gathers weekly
GriefShare, a grief recovery support group, has begun a new series of programming at the James C. Kennedy Wellness Center, located below the hill behind Tallahatchie General Hospital in Charleston. Weekly sessions are held each Tuesday from 6 to 7:30 p.m.
GriefShare is a video series that features some of the nation’s foremost Christian experts on grief and recovery topics as seen from a biblical perspective. Video seminars are combined with support group discussion of the materials presented during the video.
The 13-week series, which began March 2, is sponsored by Adams Arbor Church of God of Prophecy and The Jennifer Hargett Foundation, includes topics such as “Is This Normal,” “The Challenges of Grief,” “Grief and Your Relationships,” “Guilt and Anger,” “Why?” and more.
For information, call Rev. Phillip Pharr at 662-647-8686 or Eddie Hargett at 662-647-4844.
Donations sought for reward fund
Crime Stoppers of Northeast Mississippi is offering a $4,000 reward in connection with the Oct. 26, 2020, shooting death of Rob Cox of Charleston during an incident in Houston, and relatives and friends of Mr. Cox are asking for donations to help grow the reward fund.
Donations may be sent to Ann D. Reynolds of Charleston at 840 George Payne Cossar Blvd., Charleston, MS 38921, or call Crime Stoppers at 1-662-841-6581 for information.
Anyone having any information about the Chickasaw County crime, for which three men are being sought, is asked to call the toll-free tip line at 1-800-773-8477.
Mid-State offers youth job help
Youth ages 16 to 24, having a high school diploma or equivalent, are being recruited for the Mid-State Opportunity Inc. youth employment program, MySTATUS (Maximize Your Skills to Advance to Unlimited Success).
MySTATUS is federally funded by Delta Workforce Development Area through South Delta Planning and Development District to provide out-of-school youth a comprehensive employment program.
Out-of-school youth in Tallahatchie, Panola, Quitman and Tunica counties are offered up to 200 hours of paid work experience at $8 per hour, with paid training, incentives and more.
Youth who need assistance to successfully transition into the workforce or post-secondary education are invited to contact Nedra Hollins at 662-647-2463.
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