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A flash of brilliant pink hovered over the Perry's fair cabin last Wednesday. It was a flock of vivid pink flamingos that had flown in, especially for Evelyn's bridge luncheon.

Reigning Miss NCF loves to cook

Hattie Hicks has fond memories of her childhood, watching her mom whip up homemade macaroni and cheese and chicken pesto pasta, often lending a helping hand whenever she could.

Travels to Australia

Members of the Neshoba Central Big Blue Band traveled to Australia in June to compete in the Lions Club Parade of Nations. 

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The Windham family's lovely home on their farm was the setting for celebrating Tanner and Macy Martin Rhodes with a baby shower last Sunday for their baby girl, Lyla Larue Rhodes, who will make her arrival later this month.

Smith experiments in the kitchen

Walker Smith’s cooking journey began in his now late grandmother Mavis Smith’s kitchen, where he was inspired by her homemade lasagna, dressing, and chicken spaghetti.

Of Local Interest

Come by the MSU Extension Service-Neshoba County office and pick up your entry forms, entry tags and exhibitor number for the Neshoba County Fair Exhibit Hall. 

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Three Philadelphia residents, Edith Michalovic, and her grandchildren, Katelyn and Sam Durant, recently enjoyed a wonderful trip to Edith’s hometown of Chicago.

Stuart enjoys whipping up desserts

John Brady Stuart learned a lot from his late grandmother, Shirley Stuart, but the most cherished lesson was making egg custard, a memory he loves to look back on now.

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Kaedre Denson of Philadelphia and Natalie Donald of Union were both named to the Dean’s List at the University of West Alabama for the 2024 Spring academic semester.

Fortune enjoys cooking on the 4th

Zachary Fortune started cooking during childhood, inspired by baking pecan pies with his grandmother, Sandra Clair, and great-grandmother, Lucille Wilcher.

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The Philadelphia High School Band finished the school year with a flourish. The band received the prestigious award for Outstanding Performance and Outstanding Percussion at the 2024 Band Festival hosted by East Central Community College.

Bro. Curt enjoys cooking for church

The Rev. Curt Pace has a passion for cooking, which he demonstrated last week during Vacation Bible School (VBS) at New Bethel Baptist Church where he has served for 23 years.

Of local interest

Come by the MSU Extension Service-Neshoba County office and pick up your entry forms, entry tags, and exhibitor number for the Neshoba County Fair Exhibit Hall.

Durant loves making shrimp jambalaya

Sam Durant learned to cook shrimp jambalaya, hamburgers, chicken alfredo, and fried chicken from his parents, David and Kay Durant. These family meals were a staple growing up and sparked his love for cooking.

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Erika Sledge of Philadelphia recently graduated from Jackson State University with a Social Work degree. She plans to continue working at East MS State Hospital as a licensed social worker.

Walton loves to cook with her daughter

Crystal Walton learned to cook at a young age, standing by her grandmother Jan's side as she filled the kitchen with the aroma of spaghetti, homemade macaroni and cheese, or a roast served with rice and gravy.

Of local interest

Laurel Hill Baptist Church will be hosting their homecoming on June 9, starting at 10:30 a.m. Speaker will be Bro. John Sharp. Larry Winstead will be in charge of music.

Thames experiments on the grill

Thames believes his best dishes are seafood-based. One of his favorite recipes is a crawfish dip that he and his wife serve over catfish fillets.

Of Local Interest

All are invited to revival services held at Ivy Street Church of Christ from June 2-4. Services will be Sunday, June 2, at 10 a.m., Fellowship Meal from 1 p.m. to 2:50 p.m., and afternoon services starting at 3 p.m.

Steele's specialty is chicken spaghetti

Kensley Steele grew up spending summers in the kitchen watching his grandmother cook and his father grill ribs. From his grandmother, he learned to make homemade biscuits, stews, and soups, as well as how to can jalapeños and tomatoes.

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