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The Ridgeland Campus of Holmes Community College held a Pinning Ceremony for the graduating Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) Class of 2016 on May 11 at Ridgeland High School.  Madison County students, from left,  Emily Lum, Adrienne Dunbar, Allison Dungan, Madison Harkins, Perry Landis, Juanita Ewing, Hilary Winters and Jennifer Cook.
The Ridgeland Campus of Holmes Community College held a Pinning Ceremony for the graduating Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) Class of 2016 on May 11 at Ridgeland High School. Madison County students, from left, Emily Lum, Adrienne Dunbar, Allison Dungan, Madison Harkins, Perry Landis, Juanita Ewing, Hilary Winters and Jennifer Cook.
Wednesday, May 18, 2016 6:15 PM
The Ridgeland Campus of Holmes Community College held a Pinning Ceremony for the graduating Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) Class of 2016 on May 11 at Ridgeland High School. A total of 20 students were honored, and among those were eight Madison County natives: Jennifer Hume Cook, Adrienne M. Dunbar, Allison Eads Dungan, Juanita Ewing, Madison Harkins, Perry S. Landis, Emily L. Lum, and Hilary Brown Winters.
  • Cameron Burgess & Will Martin
    Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Macdonald Burgess of Ridgeland announce the engagement of their daughter, Cameron Elizabeth Burgess, to John William Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Martin of Madison.

    The bride-elect is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Millard F. Burgess of Jackson and Mrs. Barbara Glover and the late Mr. James G. Glover of Clarksdale.
  • This is a seven-week educational series on the third Thursday of every month till August. The event promotes the importance of understanding how to keep our Brains Healthy As We Age by offering various speakers presenting thought provoking information on changing the way we think about brain health.  

    Presentations go from 10 to 10:45 a.m. at St. Catherine’s Village Independent Activity Center, 200 Dominican Drive, Madison.
  • Neshoba County Fair
    Established in 1889 the Neshoba County Fair® fosters political, agricultural, and social exchanges of knowledge and ideas. Home of the state's only licensed horse track since 1922 and the nation's largest campground fair, the fair is “Mississippi's Giant Houseparty®” and was entered on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.
  • Holmes OTA program undergoes leadership changes for 2016-17 school year
    The Holmes Community College Occupational Therapy Assistant program on the Ridgeland Campus has recently undergone changes in leadership. Kana Williams, who has served as the academic fieldwork coordinator in the OTA program since 2008, moved into the position of OTA program director on July 1. Simultaneously, new hire Jason D. Miles, MOTR/L, a former occupational therapist within the Vicksburg Warren County School District, has assumed Williams’ position as academic fieldwork coordinator and instructor.
  • The Greater Belhaven Foundation announces Casey Creasey as Bright Lights, Belhaven Nights Featured Artist
    The Greater Belhaven Foundation is pleased to announce that Casey Creasey is the featured artist of the 12th annual Bright Lights, Belhaven Nights street festival (BLBN). Drawing inspiration from Belhaven Park and the Bright Lights Belhaven Nights event, Creasey created a unique 3-D painting for the festival that reflects elements of Belhaven.
  • Wells Marble recently announced the newest addition to its firm here in the hiring of Will Russell as an Associate. Prior to joining Wells Marble, Will practiced in Hattiesburg. He focuses his practice in the areas of wills, trusts, and estates, including planning, administration, and litigation. He also handles matters in the areas of taxation and closely-held businesses.  A native of Lexington, Will graduated from the University of Mississippi with a B.B.A. in Risk Management and Insurance.  He then earned his J.D. from the University of Mississippi School of Law where he was a member of the Trial Advocacy Board and President of Phi Delta Phi.  Additionally, Will received his LL.M. in Taxation from the University of Florida.
  • RIDGELAND – Got milk?!  You bet we do!  To honor the hardworking dairy farmers of Mississippi, Chef John Folse will teach a Crème de la Crème cooking class at Seafood R’evolution on Saturday, August 6th from 1 to 3 p.m. featuring milk, one of nature’s most perfect foods. 
  • Madison – Patty Oates, Senior Academic Advisor and School Certifying Officer for the Tulane School of Continuing Studies Mississippi Campuses, was recently elected to serve as the 2016-2017 President of the Veterans Affairs Administrators of Mississippi (VAAMS). The mission of VAAMS is to promote and provide for veterans by utilizing individual and cooperative research to enhance the communication between educational institutions and sponsors of veterans programs through an exchange of ideas, information and experience.
  • Germantown High School special education teacher Kelly McIntosh has been nominated for the 2016-2017 national LifeChanger of the Year award.

    Sponsored by the National Life Group Foundation, the national LifeChanger of the Year program recognizes and rewards the very best K-12 public and private school educators and employees across the United States who are making a difference in the lives of students by exemplifying excellence, positive influence and leadership.
  • Holmes Community College is proud to announce that four of its employees - Stephanie Diffey, Amanda Kay Kelly, Bronwyn Martin, and Slade Redwine - recently graduated from the Mississippi Community College Leadership Academy (MCCLA). The MCCLA is organized around the practical needs for future community college leaders, specific to the Mississippi community college system. The program was developed in 2009 to address the projected need for upper-level leaders in the Mississippi community college system.
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