Are you ready for your 60-day challenge? Healthy Living Mississippi is hosting its second annual 60-Day Health Challenge from June 1 to July 31. It costs just a dollar a day, $60, to participate.
“Mississippi has been voted the most obese state in the United States for the 10th year in a row,” Dr. Adrienne Hicks of Greenwood, founder of Healthy Living Mississippi, said. “But do we have to be for 11 years in a row?”
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Three students and three teachers from Leflore and Carroll counties have been selected as STAR Students/Teachers for the 2014-15 school year.
Laurie Triplette of Oxford, author of the cookbook “Gimme Some Sugar, Darlin’,” recently visited with the Greenwood chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution, who treated her to a dinner of her making, sort of.
The Mississippi Community Financial Access Coalition (MCFAC) recently held the first class of its annual “Financial Education Boot Camp” at Greenwood Leflore Hospital.
Amanda Elzy Junior High School has been recognized at the state level for its PBIS (Positive Behavioral Intervention and Support) program by REACH Mississippi (Realizing Excellence for All Children).
Jessie Pearl Watt Stewart has three biological daughters and one adopted, but she’d tell you that she has more children than she can count.
The Mississippi School of the Arts (MSA) in Brookhaven will hold a summer camp May 31-June 5 for students entering the eighth through 10th grades next school year.