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Wednesday, March 18, 2020 12:00 PM
BEAMS Fitness Studio in Madison brings a variety of workouts and classes taught by instructors with years of experience under one roof.
  •  Jackson Apostle, Kain Brassard, Blaine Bridges, Taft Brister, Bella Brown, Anareese Bruce, Collins Calder, Ansh Chandan, Karsyn Clark, Harrison Clayton, Trilby Cummins, Erick Dampier, James Dykes, Parker Fitts, Laila Fulcher, Sarah Martin Hall, Caeden Harvey, Harrison Heard, Kennedy High, Christopher Jacobs, Whit Johnson, Adilynn Kirkland, Anderson Lay, Wylie Lesley, Alden Little, Riz McBride, Parker McNeese, Sutton Mertz, Anne Wylie Moore, Scott Thomas Murphy, J.B. Murray, Max O’Reilly, Everlee Overton, Daniel Perkins, Charlotte Po
  • Keep Ridgeland Beautiful honored
    Keep America Beautiful, the nation’s leading community improvement nonprofit organization, presented Keep Ridgeland Beautiful with its 2019 President’s Circle Award recognition at the Keep America Beautiful 2020 National Conference, which recently took place in Memphis, Tenn. The President’s Circle Award recognizes exemplary performance by certified affiliates of Keep America Beautiful in creating clean, green, and beautiful communities.
  • Alan Walters, President & Chief Executive Officer of First Commercial Bank, recently announced the addition of four new associates to its group of established banking professionals.
  • Former MDEQ head returns to Butler Snow
    Gary C. Rikard has rejoined Butler Snow after a five-year stint as executive director of the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ). Rikard will practice with the firm’s regulatory and government group in Ridgeland.
  • Attar named Young Optometrist of the South
    Roya Attar, OD, MBA, FAAO, an Assistant Professor and Director of Optometric Services at the University of Mississippi Medical Center has been named the 2020 Young Optometrist of the South by the Southern Educational Congress of Optometry International. The award is presented annually to an optometrist in the southeast who has been practicing for 10 years or less to recognize significant contributions to the profession of optometry and the general public. 
  • Southern Bancorp promotes savings
    Southern Bancorp Bank partnered with Southern Bancorp Community Partners (SBCP), a 501(c) (3) development finance organization and loan fund to empower families and individuals to save money, reduce debt and build wealth as part of America Saves Week 2020.
  • Madison-Ridgeland Rotarians who participated in a February district service trip to Cocula, Mexico
    Madison-Ridgeland Rotarians who participated in a February district service trip to Cocula, Mexico, recently informed fellow club members of their experiences in assisting medical, vision, dental, construction and other support services there.
    Join Kinetic Etchings at the Mississippi Children's Museum for a presentation of our original Ballet "Peter and the Wolf"!  This dance for young audiences performance will be in the main lobby of the museum and is included with admission/membership.
  • MC Speech and Debate team continues on success
    During the month of February, Madison Central Speech and Debate has traveled near and far, receiving accolades wherever they go.
  • Alyssa Kaye Hall to wed James Caleb Witt May 2
    Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Cannon Hall of Canton announce the engagement of their daughter, Alyssa Kaye Hall, to James Caleb Witt, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Christopher Witt of Mineola, Texas. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mrs. Irlene Monroe Smith of Ridgeland and the late Dr. Billy Kenneth Smith and Mrs. Mera Cannon Hall of Madison and the late Mr. Dan Carter Hall.
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