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It’s a good thing Dr. Keith Tansey likes collecting headgear. He’ll be wearing a lot of hats as he combines his new role as American Spinal Injury Association president with his duties at Methodist Rehabilitation Center, the University of Mississippi Medical Center and the G.V. (Sonny) Montgomery Veterans Administration Medical Center, all in Jackson.
It’s a good thing Dr. Keith Tansey likes collecting headgear. He’ll be wearing a lot of hats as he combines his new role as American Spinal Injury Association president with his duties at Methodist Rehabilitation Center, the University of Mississippi Medical Center and the G.V. (Sonny) Montgomery Veterans Administration Medical Center, all in Jackson.
Wednesday, April 26, 2017 6:00 PM
Dr. Keith Tansey has a thing for hats.
   A bowler, a top hat, a cowboy hat and even an Indian headdress are part of a collection that gets bigger every time he visits a new city for a medical conference.

Tansey travels to Albuquerque in late April to assume the presidency of the American Spinal Injury Association—the premier North American organization in the field of SCI care, education and research.
  •  Line Dancing

    Ridgeland Recreation & Parks is offering a Line Dancing Class every Monday evening.   Advanced Line Dancing Class will meet at 5 p.m. – 5:55 p.m.  Beginners Line Dancing will begin at 6-7 p.m. Classes will be held at the Ridgeland Recreational Center located at Old Trace Park. Cost of the class is $10/class or $40/month. Call Lynda at 601-856-6876 or email at  lynda.assink@ridgelandms.org for more information.
  • Jags compete april 28-29 Madison Central Speech and Debate Qualifies to National Speech and Debate Association Tournament in Birmingham in June
    The Madison Central Speech and Debate Team competed in the National Speech and Debate Association District Qualifiers recently. The Magnolia District Qualifiers are the qualifying tournaments to allow students to compete at the NSDA National Tournament in Congress, Debate and Speech events.  Those who qualify at the Magnolia District Tournaments will be representing Madison Central and Mississippi at the NSDA Tournament held in Birmingham in June. The Madison Central Speech and Debate Team earned qualifiers or alternates in congress, debate and speech.
  • KeyTrust Properties Paula Ricks recently added two new agents to their sales team.

    Lindsey Stallings grew up in the Ridgeland/Madison area. She graduated from Holmes Community College with an Associate of Arts Degree in Nursing.
  • Holmes announces Ridgeland Hall of Fame 2017
    Each year, Holmes Community College faculty and staff members select the winners for the prestigious Hall of Fame. This year, the Hall of Fame inductees from the Ridgeland Campus included: Brooke Alvis, Yoel Bacallao, Kristin Boykin, Mary Katherine Campbell, Kaitlin Hill, Wyatt Horne, Simone Lewis, Anna Mullins, Jaci Murphy, Catherine Petro, Aundria Price, and Maria Ramirez.

    Brooke Ann Alvis of Madison is a liberal arts major and President’s List scholar who belongs to Phi Theta Kappa honor society. Outside of Holmes, she is a babysitter. Upon graduation, Alvis would like to attend culinary school and possibly open a bakery.
  • Ridgeland Recreation & Parks is offering a Line Dancing Class every Monday evening.   Advanced Line Dancing Class will meet at 5 p.m. – 5:55 p.m.  Beginners Line Dancing will begin at 6-7 p.m. Classes will be held at the Ridgeland Recreational Center located at Old Trace Park. Cost of the class is $10/class or $40/month. Call Lynda at 601-856-6876 or email at  lynda.assink@ridgelandms.org for more information.
  • Smithsonian artist and American-made entrepreneur to visit Madison
    Annie Morhauser of Annieglass is keeping the ancient art of glass making alive. As one of the few remaining U.S. manufacturers producing luxury glass tableware, giftware and sculpture Annieglass is still widely successful throughout the U.S. after 33 years in business and is sold in the finest stores and resorts.

    Mississippi sells the most Annieglass of any state in the country for its size. The appreciation of handmade craft, particularly pottery, the importance of socializing and dining together and the value placed on fine antiques and home furnishings all contribute to the popularity of Annieglass in the state.
  • We honor our STAR Student Natalyah Davis and STAR Teacher Dexter Brim. Davis scored a 28 on the ACT and has an overall average of 93 in her core academic subjects. Davis is also a Mississippi Scholar. She is the daughter of Gloria and Theodoes Davis, Jr. The STAR Student selects the teacher who they feel is the person who has made the greatest contribution to the their  scholastic achievement. We congratulate Dexter Brim for inspiring his students to excel.
  • Spring is eagerly anticipated, as many people look forward to enjoying the great outdoors once more. Spring is also a special time of year for practicing Christians.
  • Ridgeland High to present ‘Almost Maine’ April 19-21
    Ridgeland High School students will explore falling in and out of love in their production of “Almost, Maine” April 19-21 at the RHS auditorium.

    The romantic comedy, a series of nine short plays by John Cariani, will be on stage at 7 p.m. each night. Tickets are $7 for adults and $3 for students.

    Seating will be limited as the audience will be seated on stage, said RHS director of theatre activities Corey Squires. With this in mind, audience members are asked to arrive early to avoid late seating. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
  • RIDGELAND, MS – On Sunday, April 16, Seafood R'evolution will celebrate the season with an extraordinary Easter Sunday Brunch. Bring in the whole family for fantastic dishes and some fun for the kids.  Brunch will be served from 10:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., just as it is every Sunday.  Dinner service will begin that evening at 5:30.
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