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Letters to the Editor

Kaye H. Bryant writes to say that the Oxford High play, “The Wizard of Oz,” was even better than recent year’s performances, Harry A. Sneed writes to thank the local supervisors, mayor and aldermen for their hard work and diligence in dealing with the hospital/health care issue and Anne Steel sent in new numbers that show an alarming trend when it comes to discarded trash around town. (February 15, 2011, Page 4)

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    Monday’s obituaries

    • Marvee Lorene Franklin — 77, died Saturday at her residence in Oxford. Arrangements are incomplete with Kenneth I. Roberson Funeral Home of Pontotoc.

     (February 14, 2011, Page 2A)

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      Letters to the Editor

      Angel Ranch Executive Director Sue Turner and members of the board write to thank all those individuals, groups and businesses who invested in Angel Ranch in 2010, and to let the public know how important that community financial support is for Angel Ranch and its mission. (February 14, 2011, Page 4A)

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        Prom dress closet

        A prom dress closet is being created again this year at Lafayette High School. The 2011 Prom will be held March 5 at the Inn at Ole Miss. Students will be allowed to shop in the prom dress closet beginning in February. The public is being asked to assist in increasing the number of dresses available by donating gently used dresses, shoes and accessories. Donations will be accepted until Feb. 25. Donations can be dropped off in the LHS office or library. Rainbow Cleaners will accept the dresses and clean them free so dresses can be taken to the cleaners. Tell the cleaners the dress is for the Lafayette High School Prom Dress Drive. For more information, contact the counseling office at 234-3241 or the school office at 234-3614. Beth Burt, librarian, or Lisa Russell, prom coordinator, are available to assist in collecting the donations and answering any questions about the prom dress closet. (February 11, 2011)

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          Weather radios

          Lafayette County TRIAD is providing weather radios for individuals who are 55 and older or for persons with a disability that meet income poverty guidelines issued by the Department of Health and Human Services. These weather radios will be programmed for alerts that affect our area and will need to remain plugged in at all times. Back-up batteries are included. Those interested can call RSVP at 232-2377 to get an application. Applications are due by Feb. 28 (February 11, 2011)

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            Pantry Assistance

            The Pantry, the community’s local food bank, needs strong men who will allow their names to be added to a call list to be contacted when food donations are offered that need to be picked up and delivered to The Pantry. To volunteer, call 234-2907. (February 11, 2011)

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              New Pantry service

              Each first and third Tuesday from 10 a.m. until noon, Pantry volunteers will assist the Department of Human Services in helping clients make application for food stamps. SNAP is the new program name (Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program). It provides a shorter application form and is intended to encourage more families to take advantage of the food buying resources that are available through DHS. All Pantry clients who are not currently receiving food stamps are encouraged to visit The Pantry on any first or third Tuesday for personal assistance. For more information and to volunteer, call Jim Stephens at 801-3056. (February 11, 2011)

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                Reading program

                The Winter Adult Reading Program, also known as W.A.R.M., begins this month at the Lafayette County & Oxford Public Library. Those who register anytime in February will receive a free book. For more information, call the library at 234-5751. (February 11, 2011)

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                  UM Big Event Projects

                  Students will have an opportunity to give back to the Oxford and Lafayette County communities March 26 through the inaugural University of Mississippi Big Event. The Big Event began as an extension of UMSFusion, an annual service event developed in 2003 that encouraged students to volunteer in the Oxford-Lafayette community.
                  Students can sign up to act as voluntary participants in service throughout the Oxford-Lafayette County community. The daylong projects may include painting, yard work, washing windows, cleaning or assisting the elderly. The university will provide lunch. One unique part of the event is that any community member can register a project for students participation.
                  Registration forms are available at the Lafayette County Courthouse. To register a community project or to sign up online, visit www.olemiss.edu/bigevent. (February 11, 2011)

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                    Red Cross Classes

                    The American Red Cross will offer an Adult, Child, and Infant CPR/AED & Standard First Aid community class from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Feb. 26. The cost of this class is $60. All classes are held at the Red Cross Office, 106 Skyline Drive. Interested participants should contact the Red Cross office at 236-1282 to register. Pre-registration is required for the class. (February 11, 2011)

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