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Eastover group moves ahead with plans; director named
By ANTHONY WARREN residents are invited and children will on Dale Currie to serve as the founda-
Sun Staff Writer
PLANS ARE COMING together to
form the Greater Eastover Neighborhood
have special activities as well.
“Food for the event is being provided
by Lori and Chris Newcomb.”
tion’s first executive director. He said
Currie is “overly qualified” to get the
foundation going in the right direction.
Foundation. And residents in the North Warren Speed, chairman of the soon-to- Speed said the foundation board re- ST. ANDREW’S Episcopal School not only
Jackson community can find out more be nonprofit foundation, said the board ceived a number of impressive resumes led the metro area in the number of National
about them at a neighborhood picnic on has submitted its articles of incorporation from “qualified, capable residents,” mak- Merit Semifinalists, but outpaced all other
September 27. with the Mississippi Secretary of State’s ing the hiring process much more diffi- schools in the state.
The event will be held at 4 p.m. at the Office and had plans to file its application cult, but believes Currie is the right candi- Eighteen students received the honor out of a
home of Ted and Cherry Duckworth at to obtain a 501(c)3 status with the Inter- date for the challenging position. class of 89 seniors at St. Andrew’s. This repre-
3922 Stuart Pl. According to a press re- nal Revenue Service this week. “He has a passion for the neighborhood sents 20 percent of the class, which makes the
lease from the foundation, “All Eastover Additionally, the board decided to bring See Eastover, Page 8A school tops in the state percentage wise also.
Madison Central High School followed with
13 students listed. Jackson Prep was also one of
the state leaders with nine semifinalists.
More than 1.5 million juniors in about 22,000
high schools entered the 2010 National Merit
Scholarship Program by taking the 2008 Pre-
liminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qual-
ifying Test (PSAT ), which served as an initial
screen of program entrants. The nationwide
pool of semifinalists includes the highest scor-
ing entrants in each state.
To become a finalist, a semifinalist must have
an outstanding academic record throughout
high school, be endorsed and recommended by
the high school principal, and earn SAT scores
that confirm the student’s earlier performance
on the qualifying test.
NORTHSIDERS BEING named semifinal-
ists include Apas Aggarwal, Connor Buechler,
Ann Burrell, Timothy Crook, Aditya Gulanikar,
Claire Hines, Timothy Hopper, Shruti Jais-
hankar, Shannon Jenkins, Alexandra Jones,
Monica Pani, Cameron Ray, Briana Saddler,
Amelia Senter, Divya Shenoy, Hannah Sills,
Aubrey Threadgill, Jonathan Tingle, St. An-
Also, Syed Ali, Carley Boone, Bethany Bran-
son, Evan Browning, Zachary Grossenbacher,
Alice Li, Thomas McMillin, Courtney Purvis,
Adam Ruhl, Sonum Sanjanwala, James Smith,
Geoffrey Weaver, Eugene Yu, Madison Central;
Also, Alexander Franklin, Andrew Le, Mary
Ball Markow, Clinton Pride, Blake Scott, James
Strahan, Sydney Stringer, Landen Tharp,
Rachel Wehr, Jackson Preparatory;
Candlelighters schedule annual event Also, Jay Cumberland, John Lewis, Spencer
University of Mississippi Medical Center Candlelighters is Wayne Packer, Michael Grogan, Alan Flattman, Dean Savage, Stephen Wahl, Patrick Worley, Jackson
an organization of parents and friends of children with can- Mitchell, Ginny Futvoye, Yvette Sturgis, Jean Geraci and Bill Academy; Sonja Falvey, Sara Freeman, Eliza-
cer. To raise money for critical programs for these children, Dunlap. The benefit will be held at the Country Club of beth Henry, Emmalee King, Anna Stucky,
parents and doctors, Candlelighters design a calendar with Jackson October 1; tickets are $65. For advance tickets and Northwest Rankin High School;
Mississippi artists. Each year, the paintings used in the cal- more information, call 601-956-1665. Planning the event Also, Kaitlyn Barnes, Lindsey Pittman, Evan
endar are auctioned off during a special evening event. are (from left, standing) Sandra Maris, Debbie Ely, Carol Wil- Turnage, Murrah; Oswald Gray, Wren Ross,
This year, the artists featured in the calendar whose work son, Mike Nunnery, Roxeanne Hilsman, Kit Prestridge, Holly Louise Spencer, Veritas; Eric Bramlett, Joseoph
will be in the live auction include Alfred Nicols, Andrew Lange; (seated) Alfred Nicols, and Marc Ely, who has been a deGruy, St. Joseph; Zachary Long, James
Bucci, Lucy Mazzaferro, Emmit Thames, William Goodman, patient at UMC Children’s Cancer Clinic since 2001. Retherford, Ridgeland High; and Robert
Thomas, home schooled.
Photos by Beth Buckley
NEW SCHOOL SHOULD NOT AFFECT TOP RANKED MADISON CENTRAL
WITH PLANS in the works clearing the way for a new “The school will open in about 600 students who would
to build a new high school in school to be built to ease over- 2011,” he said. When it does, attend Madison Central or
Gluckstadt, fans of the Big crowding at Madison Central. seniors at Madison Central Rosa Scott.
Blue shouldn’t have anything Athletic Director and will have the option of where “A star player won’t leave,
to worry about when it comes Jaguars head coach Bobby they want to play their final but a senior who doesn’t play
to football. Hall isn’t worried about the year of ball. will be more likely to,” he
Madison County residents new school taking away any Seniors won’t be required to said. “The impact will be min-
overwhelmingly threw their of his players. In fact, the attend the Gluckstadt school imal.”
support behind a $61 million bond issue was something he until 2012. Fans of the Jags have a lot to
bond referendum last week, embraced. The new school will draw See Madison Central, Page 16A
THE SILLERS PEDESTRIAN MALL is under construction at 450 High St. The two buildings, totaling approximately 300,000 square
feet, will house state government offices and the Mississippi Supreme Court. There will be a fallen officers memorial in the green
space between the buildings. Completion is expected next August.
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Officials stop second entrance
to crafts center By ANTHONY WARREN/Photography by Beth Buckley
TWO YEARS AFTER it opened, plans have been nixed said it would disturb paths of the trace,” said Julia Daily, “We have a large number of out-of-state visitors, but a lot
to add a second entrance to the Mississippi Craft Center director of the crafts center. “We are working to see if we of people are looking for staycations,” she said. “We have
from the Natchez Trace Parkway. can at least put a pedestrian walkway there, if not a drive- free admission and demonstrations on most weekends. The
Plans for the $5.542 million center were to build the facil- way.” center also has a grandparents club to allow grandparents to
ity on a 4.74 acre tract at the intersection of the scenic route Daily is in agreement with MDAH, saying the center have hands-on learning experiences with their grandchil-
and Rice Road in Ridgeland. doesn’t want to take away from the thoroughfare’s natural dren.”
As part of the project, the center was to have an entrance beauty. She does, however, want to make the center more
from Rice and another from the Sunken Trace cul-de-sac accessible to motorists who are coming south to visit it. JIM WOODRICK, acting director of the state’s Historic
located off the historic parkway. “We were on the Trace for 30 years and we want to main- Preservation Commission, said the federal government con-
But state and federal officials put the brakes on a second tain its beauty,” she explained. “We just wanted access from sulted with MDAH before installing a driveway or a pedes-
entrance because it would have a negative impact on a his- the Trace because so many of our visitors use it.” Now, trian walkway.
toric site. The two-story center is located on property along tourists traveling the route follow signs directing them to the “We felt that building over the Sunken Trace would have
the Sunken Trace, a historic pathway that was used by two-story center. an adverse effect,” he said. “The Trace, who makes the deci-
Native Americans and later by French and Spanish colonists Despite having only one entrance, the crafts center has sion, chose not to build it.”
as a route to go from Natchez to Cumberland, Tenn. done remarkably well since it opened in 2007. “Things are Smith said the idea for a walking path hasn’t been ruled
“Being a historic resource, we can’t put a trail over it,” going great. We’ve had visitors from all 50 states and 27 out. “We have a lot of ideas, but ultimately, we have to fol-
said Greg Smith, a landscape architect with the Natchez different countries,” Dailey said. low Section 106 of the National Historic Preservaton Act,
Trace in Tupelo. “We had a similiar problem in Lewis The center is home to the Mississippi Craftsmen’s Guild. which deals with the treatment of parks and monuments,”
County, Tenn., when we wanted to build a visitor’s center “The first year we opened was our honeymoon year, where he explained, adding that the Sunken Trace has a history as
and parking lot at Meriwether Lewis’ burial site.” we doubled sales in our galleries.” Sales slumped in 2008, rich as the handmade crafts at the center.
with gas prices spiking and travel dropping off, but have “Thousands of years ago, indigenous tribes followed ani-
PORTIONS OF THE Sunken Trace run along the cen- picked up again in 2009 as the center tries to capitalize on a mal footpaths. Natives began using it for a trade route, and
ter and the path of the proposed entrance. new phenomenon: the staycation. Spanish and French settlers traveled it when they floated
“For 10 years, they said there would be one, but the A staycation is when people look for affordable things to goods up the river. It played an important role in the devel-
Mississippi Department of Archives and History (MDAH) do at home, instead of traveling out of state for a vacation. opment of the nation.”
C O L ONIA L MART
PA RKWAY DRIVE OFF OLD CANTON ROAD JAC K S O N
Thursday, September 24, 2009 THE NORTHSIDE SUN, JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI Page 3A
a conversation with
Alison Hopton Davis on Fondren Alison Hopton Davis was recently nity look better, the foundation has a ship fee, one can ensure that their property
named executive director of the Fondren direct role with the Phoenix Initiative, a is monitored on a regular basis. If a per-
Renaissance Foundation (FRF). She sat program started with a grant from St. son goes out of town, security officers
down and spoke with Sun Staff Writer Dominic Hospital that encourages resi- will come to your home and do a property
Anthony Warren about her new position dents on the west side of North State check, and if you need escorting to your
and the community she serves. FRF is a Street to improve the exteriors of their car, they will escort you. Similarly, the
nonprofit organization dedicated to the homes, and through our green space inter- police do their part to address crime with-
revitalization and promotion of the est that’s directly related to the Fondren in our precinct.”
Fondren community. Park Project.
“We also work to enhance the artistic You’ve lived in Fondren much of your
In what direction would you like to nature of the district by bringing in artists, life. What has changed about the area,
take the foundation? and through the Four Seasons of the and are those changes for the better?
“I want to grow the foundation. Growth Cedars, our seasonal visual and perform- “Of course, things have grown from the
is directly linked to visibility and support. ing arts series.” time I was young, and growth is good.
Growing the foundation not only will Initially, there was only the Woodland
have an impact locally, but also globally.” What are some of the biggest chal- Hills shopping center. Now, there’s
lenges facing the Fondren area? Fondren Place and the Duling School
How so? “Certainly, we can’t dismiss the fact that shops. Directly across the street, there was
“Support comes in the form of monetary the economy is one of the biggest chal- the Primos building, which is now com-
gifts as well as personal and community lenges facing our businesses and resi- mercial and merchant-oriented. You have
involvement. As local support increases, dents. You see a rise in crime when the Rooster’s Drive-In and Fondren Corner,
the ability to attract support from corpora- economy goes down. You see property which was at one time all offices. Now,
tions and other foundations also increases. values fluctuate, and you see a slow it’s not only offices, but retail space and a
Outside entities are more willing to give movement in housing sales.” multi-family residence. If you look at
to a project when that project is backed by Mitchell Street, there are businesses that
the community. It’s almost a cycle: Are those things happening in have developed and chosen to utilize
growth gets visibility, and visibility gets Fondren now? Can FRF do anything to existing structures thereby revitalizing the
support.” deal with those issues? area through the principle of adaptive
“Yes, but Fondren is not an isolated reuse.”
In regard to FRF, are there any area; those things are happening citywide
changes you plan to make? and nationwide. What we can do is Tell me, what exactly is adaptive
“The foundation has been on a strong encourage revitalization from a residential reuse?
“We serve to be a positive and course for years and has a positive plan and commercial standpoint. If there are “Take, for example, where we’re sitting
and outlook for the stability and revitaliza- businesses in the area, then there is going now (Sneaky Beans on North State
proactive force in our efforts to tion of the district. I think everything to be income and a strong tax base. As a Street). It was a house, and now it’s a
needs to remain the same. My plan is to result, you get more activity in the district business. That is the adaptive reuse of a
strengthen and nurture the resi- increase and grow what already exists, and residential property values tend to structure. By preserving the building as a
thereby strengthening communication and rise. There is also a rise in commercial business, it keeps the structure from
dents and merchants of the area, existing relationships.” property values, leading to viability, inter- becoming derelict and from deteriorating,
est and a renaissance. The foundation and brings in wonderful clientele, offering
so they will stay here, grow here What is the purpose of the founda- encourages this through our Facade Grant uniqueness and increasing the tax base to
tion? program and the Phoenix Initiative.” the city, without demolishing the district’s
and invest here.” “We serve to be a positive and proactive history and character.”
force in our efforts to strengthen and nur- Isn’t crime a pretty big issue in
--Alison Hopton Davis ture the residents and merchants of the Fondren? Let’s talk about Precinct Four mov-
area, so they will stay here, grow here and “There is crime everywhere. An aspect ing. How will that affect the immediate
invest here.” of living in an urban environment is that area?
one needs to be aware of one’s surround- “It means that we won’t have a concen-
Tell me about some of the programs ings when walking outside or at a resi- tration of blue and white vehicles on
the nonprofit is involved in. dence. There are, within the district, ways Patton Street. The precinct office will
“The foundation gives back to the com- to address the concerns of safety among remain in the Fondren district, located in
munity through our events, such as residents and merchants. There is an the old Primos building about a mile to
Symphony at Sunset, which are free and organization called SAFe, the Security 1.5 miles north of us, so they will still be
open to the public. In making the commu- Association of Fondren. For a member- See Alison Davis, Page 7A
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from the publisher Think about it. So much of our world has livelihood supporting and building up our era and e-mail it to us. Presto! It’s in the
become the same. Drive down any business community. What a nice calling! Sun. You’ve never seen a smile so big as a
strip in any city throughout America and We certainly try to cover hard news. Hard child when they see their picture in the
you will see the same chain restaurants and news is important to the community. paper for having accomplished something.
the same chain stores. People want to know about crime, taxes I’m amazed at how many people don’t
Our focus on efficiency and predictability and potholes. But that is just one aspect of a take advantage of the Northside Sun. We
has led to standardization. In many ways, community. are here to help publicize and promote
this has robbed our communities of indi- The Sun embraces and supports all things goings on in the community. Our motto is:
viduality. that make our community unique. We are a You write it. We’ll run it.
By Many of our businesses are indeed cook- key instrument to help advance what some Of course, we have to pay the bills. We
ie-cutter clones, but the people inside are people call the “Small-Mart” community -- can’t offer what amounts to free advertis-
WYATT completely unique. No two people are the a community where people support unique ing. But there are many events and happen-
EMMERICH same. Not by a long shot. shops and stores with unique products, ings that can get into the editorial pages of
That’s why the Sun focuses on people. where a community has individuality, the Sun for free if someone takes the time
Community The Northside consists of its own unique
individuals found nowhere else but here.
By focusing on people, we can highlight
where money gets recirculated in the local
economy, where technology allows the
Davids of the world to compete against the
to send the information and photos to us.
I have to laugh when someone asks me to
assign one of the Sun’s investigative
newspapers the individuality of our community.
Most of our advertisers are locally
owned. They are connected to our commu-
nity in a way that out-of-town businesses
Goliaths like Wal-Mart. It’s really happen-
IT USED TO BE size mattered. Only
reporters to look into some potential scan-
dal. I chuckle to myself: “Right, now let me
see which one of my team of crack inves-
tigative reporters is free at the moment.”
enrich life are not. They understand the important role
the Sun plays in our community. That’s
why they give us the honor of using our
the big companies could afford the satellite
networks that supported just-in-time inven-
tory control and low prices. No more. The
Internet has given even the smallest busi-
Alas, making a buck is tough and that’s
especially true with the ad business.
Readers would be shocked and amazed if
THE NORTHSIDE SUN is a community publication to put forth their image. ness equal footing. The world is changing they realized how small the Sun staff is.
newspaper. Everything we do revolves The more connected you are to the away from big and uniform back to small Like everybody else, we’ve had to learn to
around promoting, building and supporting Northside, the more meaning the Northside and unique. do more with less, using every bit of tech-
a sense of community. That’s why we often Sun has to your life. We have thousands of It’s a great vision and the Northside Sun nology and efficiency at our disposal.
refer to readers in our area as readers who read the Sun word for word. is here to advance it. At the end of the week, I love reading the
“Northsiders.” The idea is to create a sense They watch hundreds of children grow up The Sun tries to report on the totality of Sun on my sun porch with a good cup of
of uniqueness, a sense of belonging. on the pages of our newspaper -- from birth life in all its aspects, not just blood and gore coffee. I am proud of the work we do. Our
In a world of standardization and announcement, to kindergarten photo, to or bad news. When you read the Sun, you printing is light-years ahead of where it was
anonymity, it is a great privilege to be baseball championship, to college honors, should feel upbeat and positive because life a decade ago. Our product is unique, con-
actively working against these depressing to marriage and to parenthood. is good and the Northside is one of the best taining information available nowhere else.
forces day to day. It gives me great joy that I can make a places on Earth to live. Reading the Sun makes me feel happy
about the world. So many healthy, young
Technology has allowed us to get our people out achieving and advancing. So
letters to the editor
readers involved in supplying content. Did much future and promise.
your girl’s softball team just win the tourna-
ment? Snap a photo with your digital cam- That’s the world of community newspa-
pers. It’s a world I’m lucky to be part of.
Cutting out Dick Hall
violates meetings laws northside view A few months ago, we laughed and remi-
nisced about some of the old games we'd
play. I always felt like a "star student"
because she chose me (and a buddy) to
setup the volleyball net on certain morn-
Dear Editor: cials who, in a majority of the ings. This meant we got to strut out of
As a state legislator who has body they represent, meet in pri- class 10 minutes early. I remember it just
voted for measures to increase vate, with no public notice, to yesterday, Kris Kolniak and I would raise
the accountability of elected offi- make decisions concerning their our hands with pride and remind the
cials to the public, I believe I have business. teacher, "We've got to go set-up the volley-
the right to expect the Mississippi While we await the answer to ball net." We thought we were too cool.
Ethics Commission to give us a this complaint, I can’t help won- I've just felt so nostalgic lately. The other
quick answer on the complaint dering what other meetings have day, I whipped out the old annual and
Commissioner Dick Hall has filed. taken place on behalf of Madison started finding old friends on Facebook.
Hall accuses Transportation County supervisors’ projects. Do By This morning, my dad and I went to a
Commissioners Bill Minor and the other supervisors know and ROBERT gathering called "Donuts and Dudes." It
Wayne Brown of breaking the takes place in the cafeteria and "dudes"
open meetings law by meeting on
approve of this rendezvous, or STEDMAN grab some coffee/donuts with their kids.
an admitted quest by Madison was it a power move by one As I looked around the room, I took in so
County Supervisor Tim Johnson, supervisor and our county engi- many familiar faces. Faces not only from
neer? Don’t Madison County tax-
County Engineer Rudy Warnock
and Jackson attorney Ed Brunini
asking the commissioners and
payers pay two lobbyists a pretty
penny for services such as this?
Old school gone my school years, but my sister’s as well. It
just feels like family.
WHILE IT'S DEPRESSING to see
Transportation Director Butch
Brown to promise a larger state
match for the Reunion inter-
No matter. The question is: Was
this a violation of the open meet-
ings law and what will be done to
but new one Woodland Hills melted to the ground, it's
uplifting to see St. Richard's on fire like
never before. It's always been known for a
change in Madison.
The open meetings law is a law
that gives the public some meas-
keep it from happening again?
State Representative Rita
Martinson, Madison County,
is flourishing great education, but now it's going though
some major construction and getting a
much needed facelift. I also like the way
ure of protection from public offi- District 58 IT'S SO SAD. It's so sad to drive by my my old school has gotten very creative
old high school. It's burnt, decayed, and with its teaching. St. Richard's is a
destroyed. Basically, it needs to be com- "model" school in the Whole School
We Want Letters pletely demolished because it looks unsafe Initiative, which is an education program
The Northside Sun encourages readers to write letters and guest columns. and depressing. Just please, finish the job. that uses the arts as a vehicle for high-
Letters of diverse viewpoints are welcome. Just because a letter appears It's not fair for my fond memories of quality learning. Basically, it makes school
Woodland Hills to look like that. What a fun. We all do better at something we
in the Sun does not imply a Northside Sun endorsement. In the interest of great place, by the way. We always felt enjoy. It's hard to imagine, but I have a
freedom of the press, we run many letters with which we strongly dis- like we were that "other" private school feeling my son will appreciate this school
agree. You can send letters to the Northside Sun, P.O. Box 16709, Jackson around town. We loved that label. We more than I did. And that's saying some-
MS 39236. Or e-mail letters to email@example.com. Please e-mail wore it with pride. thing.
or mail a photo if you can. All letters must be signed and we reserve the Enough of the bitter, let's get to the Jack's already expressing his opinions of
sweet. Let's get to the school that's still his new school. On the days I get to pick
right to edit them. standing and doing better than ever. As my him up, I'm always grinning as he
son begins his journey through St. approaches my car, holding the hand of a
Richard's, his dad is rehashing memories teacher. As I strap him in, he always has
USPS 598 760
from the past. On the mornings I drop him
off, I get a daily reminder of how much I
love that place. Not to mention, it's sorta
cool that the lady who takes him out of the
car has a son who was in my grade at St.
the same answer to my same question.
"How was school today?" "It was good, I
just love Mrs. Moorehead." Of course, he
"loves" everything and everyone, especial-
ly when it's related to his new school.
Wyatt Emmerich, Publisher Richard's. It's also neat to know that anoth- While it's quite bitter to occasionally drive
Jimmye Sweat, Editor er former classmate is teaching the 3rd by a destroyed Woodland Hills, it's quite
grade. My 2nd grade teacher is still teach- sweet to make daily drives through a
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quite a bit, but she's more into catering Robert Stedman is a Northsider.
these days. The gym teacher is still there.
Thursday, September 24, 2009 THE NORTHSIDE SUN, JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI Page 5A
You need to wipe off any dirt and keep
insights it clean. That will make it the bestest
and sweetest melon you ever had. The
greatest part is that it’s all because of Obama czars
was asked to write an article for the
Mississippi Business Journal. I asked rhetor-
ically “which would you rather have…an
the way you raised it.” incentive to do what Big Government wants
She smiled and went on just being a
little girl. Every week she went with
not impressive you to do or a fine or imprisonment?” It is
not much of a jump from a $4,500 incentive
to buy a more fuel efficient vehicle to a
Papaw to cultivate her melon and I HAD A $3,800 fine if you don‘t. Unfortunately, that
watched it leisurely grow to maturity. Facebook appears the way our country is headed based
As they drove the old tractor to the “friend” who upon the current health care proposals.
field and walked into the patch, there opined that Perhaps, some of these new “policies”
was one thing she looked forward to. white folks were would be discussed and decided upon by
You see, as the melon grew her name against Obama one of Obama’s “czars” outside of our
By grew with it. Her enthusiasm grew and
because they established legislative process and without
ANDREW were “scared of constitutional authority. While I never
she could not wait to see how much a black man thought I would write an opinion piece
OLDHAM her name increased in size with each with power.” defending our painfully slow legislative
visit. There seems to process, I am outraged at what I see happen-
be an awful ing to our country.
Like melons, WHEN IT CAME time to harvest
the melon, the name was so big she
could see it from several yards away.
amount of race
It wasn’t long ago that the media was
writing about how powerless the presidency
in the United States was. Outside of making
children need She was proud of her name standing
out among all the other melons. From
sion and personally, I will not be shut down war, the powers given to the president are
in voicing my constitutionally protected
right to free speech for fear of being labeled
limited….such as suggesting a budget, mak-
ing appointments and either signing or veto-
nurturing one end of the dark green melon to the
other, her name was engraved in big
bold cream colored letters. She helped
a racist. I am not scared of a “black man
with power” but I am scared of top govern- ing laws which are written by the legislative
ment officials who swore to uphold our con- branch and adjudicated by the judicial
stitution but apparently have forgotten that branch. Clearly Obama has expanded the
I WAS SITTING on the porch swing Papaw carry it and as she climbed up role of the president via these powerful
with a close friend discussing special on the seat he placed the melon on her Specifically, I am very concerned about “czars” who make policy and decisions
moments in our lives. Her Papaw grew lap. She smiled all the way to the the situation whereby we have “czars” without any constitutional authority and in
watermelons and like many garden house. The rest of the family was wait- reporting directly to President Obama and (what seems to me) clear violation of the
plants, a melon is the result of a very ing at the picnic table in the back yard who report ONLY to Obama. They are not spirit of separation of duties as designed by
large and yellow bell-shaped flower. It ready to chow down on the sweet elected and do not have to listen to public the geniuses who founded our nation.
blooms, wilts and falls off the vine. In dissent nor disclose how they arrive at their AS FAR AS Steve Rattner being crooked
melon. Everyone was patting her on decisions. In the case of Wilson Dodge,
a short time you notice a marble-size the back and rubbing her head saying, as alleged by the many e-mails circulating
there has still been no transparency as to
ball on the end of that same stem. “Way to go!” My friend was privileged how the Auto Task Force and Obama’s Car concerning the politics and potential payoffs
Don’t get excited, there is a good to make the first cut and pick out the Czar, Steve Rattner, arrived at the decisions involved in the Chrysler and GM bankrupt-
to close some Chrysler dealerships and not cy dealer terminations, I will say only that it
chance that marble may fall off as first piece, a memory she has never
well; the survival rate is 50/50. Once others. Our Dodge dealership was well capi- seems to be a common theme among many
forgotten. talized, profitable, outsold all its competitors Obama appointees. I still find it entirely
this future delicacy grows to the size of When our children are born and we in the state of Mississippi for 15 straight ironic that we have a tax cheat (Timothy
a golf ball you can begin to see how scribe their name on a birth certificate, years, located in fast growing Rankin Geithner) running the U.S. Treasury.
well your crop is going to produce. the cultivation and nurturing begin. We County, near major national retailers such as To be sure, Mr. Geithner at Treasury is
When my friend was six, her Papaw have to keep the bad weeds away so Target, Best Buy and Lowe’s, in nearly new running the treasury as well as many banks.
took her into the watermelon patch and facilities and was a certified 5 Star Service I understand that some banks would like to
that they receive the nutrients we pro- Dealer at the time of its forced closing in pay back the TARP money but the treasury
let her pick out her own melon. She vide and keep those things that sap June. has refused to allow them to….saying that
picked one that was about seven inches strength and sweetness away from Personally, I would rather be allowed to treasury doesn’t think they are financially
long. As the two knelt down next to it, them. The almost invisible names we go out of business the American Way…that secure enough to do so. Could you imagine
Papaw picked up the tiny melon and engrave on their heart, when they are is, when I can no longer pay my bills, if you walked into your local bank to pay off
gently placed it in her hands. She but marble size, stand out among oth- decide I don’t want to be in business any a loan and being told you were not allowed
leaned back on her knees and held it in longer or my employees’ paychecks fail to to?
ers in the world and speak not only clear the bank. There is something very un-
her lap while he took out his pocket So, hear me clearly; I am not afraid of a
their name, but ours. Our children American about forcing a stable, long-time, black man with power. I am not a racist. But
knife and lightly carved her name on impart integrity, truth, honesty, sinceri- locally-involved company out of business I do have a different view of what makes
the side of the melon. ty, value and even God’s love to places with no due process of law. In addition to a America great and what it will take to get us
“Why is my name so small?” she where these virtues may not be pres- lack of due process, it shows contempt for back on the right track. And I am very con-
asked The name was barley visible. our free enterprise system. cerned about a president or any elected offi-
ent. When presented to the world they Fortunately, I have two other franchises,
“Because you are so small,” he become an illuminating path to God’s Kia and Hyundai, which are GAINING
cial who has shown a willful disregard for
answered. “When this melon grows love; an everlasting memory carried due process, our constitution and the free
market share and are strong up-and-coming
up, so will you.” He smiled at her and franchises. So we will be “all right“. enterprise system. These three things make
for eternity. our journey as Americans unique and are at
continued, “In order for this melon to Some day, the rest of the family will What’s not “all right” is this health care
be the best melon ever, you have to proposal I heard last week…Americans will the foundation of what makes our country
welcome you to the big table in the be forced to buy health insurance or pay a the greatest in the world.
nurture it. That means when you come back yard of heaven slapping you on Doug Wilson, a Northsider, is CEO of
fine of $3,800. Are you kidding me? I
to visit you have to pull any weeds that the back and saying, “Way to go!” HAVE TO buy this? What if I don’t want Wilson Auto Group, the parent of
are nearby, so they don’t sap the nutri- Andrew Oldham is a Northsider. to? In the aftermath of cash for clunkers, I Hyundai and Kia dealerships on
ents and moisture the melon needs. Lakeland Drive.
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New fine arts building under way
By ANTHONY WARREN/Photography by BETH BUCKLEY
IT WON’T BE ready for students Kennedy said crews are now work- lower school and upper school gather-
this fall, but a new Performing Arts ing to install heating and air-condition- ings, as well as plays and other per-
Center at Jackson Academy (JA) is pro- ing vents to cool the 800-seat auditori- formances, events that have previously
gressing on schedule and within budg- um, a daunting task for even skilled been held in the gym. Officials have
et. craftsmen. “The ceilings are about 35 been challenged to schedule events so
And officials at the private institution feet tall.” they wouldn’t conflict with athletics.
say the building, once it’s completed, An additional classroom, as well as
will be well worth the wait. “We hope ONCE CLIMATE control is dealt office space and storage facilities are
it will be finished in mid-December,” with, crews will then turn their attention also being added to it. Dr. Louis
said JA President Peter Jernberg. “We to the acoustics, installing what Campbell, a professor of theatre at
hope to move in during the first week Kennedy calls a “cloud system” to Belhaven College in Jackson, consulted
in January.” ensure that sounds from the stage can with the school on the design.
Dr. Ed Kennedy, a member of the be heard clearly by those in the audi- Kennedy, who has served previously
school’s building committee, said crews ence. as chair of JA’s building committee,
were expected to wrap up masonry “The average person will see a sys- said the center is being funded through
work last week and are already inside tem of clouds - four-foot by nine-foot the Bold Vision Bright Future capital
working on the auditorium. panels hung from the ceiling for the campaign and is part of the school’s
“The building has been waterproofed purpose of deflecting sounds to the master plan to redevelop the property
and we’ve been inside for several right places,” he explained. that was once the location of the Oaks
months now,” Kennedy told the Sun. The concrete base for the stage and Apartments.
“Two-thirds of the building has scaf- orchestra pit at the lower end of the
folding in it.” structure has already been installed, he LONG-TERM plans are also in
The $8 million center sits on the said. place to build a performance gymnasi-
front lawn of the Ridgewood Road The auditorium is only one of the um adjacent to the high school gym
campus near the high school and a multimillion-dollar structure’s numer- that will seat 2,000 students, and an
horseshoe-shaped parking lot. Officials ous features. It will also house a choral atrium and foyer that will be attached to
say construction won’t affect traffic at music classroom and rehearsal hall, a the Performing Arts Center. It will
the school, which began last Friday for black box theater, a scene shop, dress- house food services for students,
junior high and high school students. ing rooms, and a classroom for drama lounges, and areas for seminars. About
Students in lower grades started earli- and speech instruction. 1,300 students are enrolled at JA.
er this week. The auditorium will be used for
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New 22-mile walking Alison
trail planned along trace Davis
from R’land to Clinton Continued from Page 3A
responsive and we’ll still
have a good working rela-
tionship with the precinct
By ANTHONY WARREN Monohan, community affairs coordinator commander and staff.”
Sun Staff Writer for the city. She said the section, which is
NORTHSIDERS looking for another located between the Natchez Trace What will FRF do with
opportunity to burn calories and take in a Parkway ramp at Old Canton Road and the the building once the
scenic view of trees, plants and wildlife Ridgeland Information Center, will be precinct moves out?
will soon be able to visit the Natchez Trace. widened to 10 feet and resurfaced. “We’ve talked about dif-
Of course, residents have been able to Another section that connects the trail to ferent things, such as the
take in the historic roadway for years, but Rice Road at Pear Orchard Road will also possibility of creating an art
soon, new multi-use trails will give joggers, be closed, she said in an e-mail. Ridgeland colony there. The founda-
bikers and casual walkers a new opportuni- Mayor Gene McGee is excited about the tion owns three buildings in
ty to take in the trace’s natural beauty from prospects of a new walking trail opening to a row on North State and
outside their vehicles. the public. “Our trail ends at Highland that in and of itself is an
The National Park Service has started Colony; it would pick up and go west,” he interesting community and
work on a project designed to create a 22- said. potentially a prime loca-
mile walking trail stretching from Several years ago, the city created a new tion. We see a lot of oppor-
Ridgeland to Clinton. Crews with Keys policy requiring all major roadways to have tunity for that building. It
Construction are now working on a two- walking trails, and for new subdivisions to has a lot of space, and is a
mile section of the path from Old Canton install sidewalks. wonderful location for any Editorial deadline--Thursday at 5:30 p.m.
Road to the overlook located at the Ross “When we widen Lake Harbour, it will tenant.”
Barnett Reservoir. have one too,” McGee said. The city is
FALL ANTIQUE AUCTION
“They will stretch from the West Florida now acquiring right of way for a $16 mil-
Boundary at mile marker 107 or 108 and lion project designed to improve traffic
go up to the Clinton Wayside, the first flow on the heavily traveled corridor.
parking area south of I-20,” said Bob
Felker, a Federal Highway Administration THAT PROJECT calls for widening
liaison for the park service. Lake Harbour to five lanes along a 2.5-mile OCTOBER 3, 2009 10:00 AM
Felker didn’t know the cost of the trails, stretch between U.S. 51 and Northpark
but did say that they’re being funded Drive. In some areas, three lanes will be
through the federal lands highway pro- added, while two lanes will be added at Preview: 9/30/09 through 10/2/09
gram. “We hope to have the first section other areas. 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
finished by the end of the year,” he said, Lake Harbour already has a pedestrian
referring to the two miles from Old Canton path from Old Canton to Northpark Drive.
to the overlook. As part of the project, the trail will be ESTATE LIQUIDATION & DOWNSIZING
Construction is also expected to begin extended from Old Canton to U.S. 51, SPECIALISTS, AUCTION FIRST
this year on another section of paths that McGee explained. SATURDAY MONTHLY
will connect the city of Ridgeland’s walk- Trails on the Trace will be open to bikers,
ing trails at Livingston Road and Highland joggers, walkers and others. It will not be
Colony Parkway. open for motorized vehicles. The trails, will
at our location by appointment during preview.
pass by the roadway and meander into the
BIDS FOR THAT project were slated to woods.
be opened on August 18. Said Felker: “They are mostly in the GOLD COAST
woods, but we bring them back to the road
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EASTOVER Continued from Page One
and fantastic ideas that match up with
first on raising funds to do mainte-
nance in the area, as well as to pur-
munity, including territory stretching
from Lakeland Drive to I-55 and up
ideas of the board, specifically regard- chase common signage to place Old Canton Road to the Jackson
ing beautification, covenants and secu- throughout the community. From Academy area.
rity,” Speed explained. there, he hopes to get plans in place Currie said he also hopes the foun-
Currie is a lifelong Northsider who for walking trails, parks and other dation can serve nearby schools, such
has lived in Eastover for a number of beautification. as Casey Elementary and Covenant
years. He said he became interested in Traffic flow is also an issue he School, as well as build a walkway to
the position after his family fell victim would like to work on during his the River Hills Club so children and
to a serial home invader a couple of tenure. residents don’t have to access busy
months ago. “We have some brand-imaging Ridgewood Road to get there.
“Our immediate reaction was to work,” Currie explained. “We need to
move, but then we saw residents come pick out the same light posts and signs BEFORE TAKING on the new
together and the power of the neigh- and create a common theme through- role, Currie served as a certified public
borhood,” he said Friday afternoon. “It out the neighborhood.” accountant with KPMG, where he led
was one good thing that came out of According to the press release, the a national practice. He also served as
the bad. Residents came together and I formal borders of the neighborhood chief executive officer of the De
wanted to get involved.” are Ridgewood Road at Eastover Beukelaer Corporation in Madison for
Currie’s goal is to get the foundation Drive, Ridgewood at Douglass Drive, six years. He has a bachelor’s and
started and then pass it on to someone Dogwood Drive at Meadowbrook master’s degree from Mississippi State
else. “Getting it started is the hardest Road and Quail Run Road at East University.
part,” he said. “The neighborhood has Manor Drive as well as the natural For more information or comments,
great power and brand equity. It just boundary of the Pearl River. please contact Currie by e-mail at
Dale Currie needs a long-range plan and leader- In addition to improving Eastover firstname.lastname@example.org.
ship.” proper, the foundation will also branch
Currie hopes to get the ball rolling out to serve other portions of the com-
The Greater Jackson Chamber
Partnership recently met with
members of the Korean
Counsel to discuss relation-
ships and businesses
between Mississippi and
Korea. Shown are (from left)
Min Jaehoon, consulate gen-
eral of the Republic of Korea;
Walter Weems, chairman of
the Greater Jackson Chamber
Partnership; Duane O’Neill,
president and CEO of the
Greater Jackson Chamber
Partnership; Yun-soo CHO,
consulate general of the
Republic of Korea; Dr. Ken S.
Lee; and Dr. David Powe,
Greater Jackson Chamber
Partnership board member.
Thursday, September 24, 2009 THE NORTHSIDE SUN, JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI Page 9A
The Jackson Academy Association is a group of parent volunteers who work to enhance the educational, spiritual, and social environment of the school. Serving
on the board for 2009-2010 are (from left, back) Roy and Amy Smith, Bob and Jan Cragon, Ginger and Ronnie Cockayne, Ginger Parham; (middle row) John and
Owen Stratton, Lee and Kristen Nations, June and Harper Stone, Mark Hardee, Bill Ashford; (front) John and Marian Kennedy, Donna and Terrell Knight, Susan
Hardee, Leslie Ashford. Not pictured: Buddy Parham.
Page 10A THE NORTHSIDE SUN, JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI Thursday, September 24, 2009
Lions Club speaker
Mississippi Lt. Gov. Phil Bryant recently Liberties Union. Shown are (from left)
spoke to the North Jackson Lions Club. Lion President Bill Hunt, Bryant,
He updated those in attendance on his Program Coordinator Harold McDonald
recent trip to China and on a lawsuit and Lion Mark Maxwell.
filed against him by the American Civil
Jackson police arrest three
in robbery at gunpoint
By ANTHONY WARREN that she, too, had been approached by three
Sun Staff Writer suspects in a white vehicle. The com-
THREE JACKSON residents were plainant was outside when the car pulled
behind bars last week after allegedly rob- up, a suspect displayed a handgun, and
bing a person at gunpoint on the Northside. demanded the woman’s purse. After taking
In the early morning hours of September the purse, the crooks fled the scene. The
12, Jackson police arrested two black males victim told police that two black males
and a black female when an officer spotted were in the car and a black female was
the trio speeding down Meadowbrook behind the wheel, Huff said.
Road with no headlights on, said Precinct Two days earlier, a group fitting the same
Four Officer Robby Huff. description robbed a man at gunpoint in the
Those arrested included Nicholas McLin, 5200 block of Keele Street. At 1:56 that
20, of 2119 Woodland Way; Natasha morning, the man said a white, mid-size
Anderson, 30, of 23 Woodland Way; and car pulled up and the woman behind the
Kendall Sanders, 19, of Raymond Road. wheel asked him for directions. As he was
The three were picked up around 2 a.m. helping them, a male suspect jumped out of
According to the Hinds County Web site, the car, pulled a gun and helped himself to
each is being charged with one felony the complainant’s wallet. The crooks also
count of armed robbery. However, the sus- took the man’s 12-pack of root beer.
pects might be tied to three other incidents
that were reported earlier this month in IN OTHER NEWS, a man was robbed
North Jackson. as he was walking to his car in the 5800
On September 12, the group was appar- block of Ridgewood Road at the Crossings
ently fleeing the scene after holding up two Apartments. That crime occurred on
men at a business in the 400 block of North September 9.
Mart Plaza, said Precinct Four Officer At 9 p.m., the man was unlocking his car
Robby Huff. to retrieve his Bible, when two unknown
At 1:45 that morning, two men were black men approached him, put a gun to
standing outside JC’s when an older model his head and demanded money. The man
white vehicle pulled up beside them. The gave them his wallet and the suspects fled
suspects apparently pulled a gun and the scene in a small white vehicle.
demanded money. The vehicle was being Then, on September 11, a woman was
driven by an unidentified black female and walking to her apartment in the 5600 block
two unknown black males, he said. of Keele when an unidentified black male
After taking the money, the three fled the got out of a silver Chevy Camaro, walked
scene. up to her, pulled a gun and demanded
APPARENTLY, McLin, Anderson and
Sanders had already had a busy night.
money. The woman gave the suspect her
purse and the man fled the scene in the
vehicle. The Camaro was said to have a
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over lack of solution
to sewage problem BRING
CITY TRYING TO CORRECT ISSUES, BUT HAVING
TO EXPLORE ALTERNATIVE METHODS TO DO SO
By ANTHONY WARREN THE
Sun Staff Writer
JACKSON CITY officials say there’s not much that can be done for a problem
that’s raising a bit of a stink on the Northside.
One leader who owns property along Ridgewood Road south of Lakeland Drive
said two uncovered sewage vents had been allowing non-desirable aromas into the
air, which are then sucked in by nearby air conditioning units.
District 25 Sen. Walter Michel said the vents created a less than pleasant situation
for one of his tenants at the 2660 Crane Ridge Office Plaza building.
“I walked in one day and it smelled like rotten eggs,” he said, as he walked to the Great in Bloody Marys.
vents a short distance from his real estate office. “The tenants had to go buy can-
dles and air fresheners.”
Michel asked that the tenant’s name not be released. “I’ve sent e-mails and made
calls to the city, but nothing’s been done.”
Ward One Councilman Jeff Weill also works a short distance north of the vents
on Leila Drive and said he couldn’t get anything done either.
“It’s been real frustraiting. I’ve sent e-mails to everyone I can think of. It’s been
several weeks since the issue has come up and I don’t know if the administration
Michel said he hired a maintenance man to lay wooden planks across the tops of
the vents to keep the smell down - something that has apparently worked. He said
bricks are holding the wood in place, but he knows it’s only a temporary solution.
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CHRIS MIMS, Jackson’s director of communications, said Public Works offi-
cials went to address the problem the day the Sun called.
He said the two vents, also called vent interceptors, can’t be covered because “it
would cause hydrogen sulfide to build up, convert to sulfuric acid and damage the
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Obituaries Charles R. Smith
received Principal of the Year while she was a principal at
Denver Elementary School. She enjoyed mentoring new
teachers. Betty enjoyed her family and friends, tennis,
bridge, dancing, music and traveling. She was president of
ADK and member of MEA, and Kings Daughters and
Services were held September 17 at Wright and Ferguson Sons. She attended Mississippi State College for Women
Funeral Home in Ridgeland for Charles R. Smith of and was graduated from the University of Mississippi. She
Madison. received a master’s degree from Memphis State University.
Smith, 81, died September 15 in Jackson. She is survived by her six children: William A. Busby III
Smith was born in Jackson and attended high school in of Savannah, Ga.; Richard A. Busby (Margaret) of
Greenville. In 1947, he began his life’s work in architecture Shepherd, Texas; Charles V. Busby (Jana) of Southaven;
at the firm of N.W. Overstreet, FAI in Jackson. His work Sue Frost Mascari of Germantown; Jean Frost of Atlanta;
was interrupted by the Korean War, and Smith served in the and Nicki Frost Reed (Bob) of Germantown; 11 grandchil-
Navy on a destroyer for two years during the conflict, even- dren and six great-grandchildren.
tually sailing around the world. While home on leave, he She is also survived by her husband, Bill McLemore of
met the love of his life, Fabia, at First Baptist Church in Jackson, and his sons, Don and John McLemore; a brother
Jackson. They were married in 1953, a bond that would last and sister of Jackson, Richard J. Thomas (Faye) and Joan
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prominent buildings in Jackson, including the renovation of Home Chapel, September 13.
the Old Capitol. In 1967 he joined the Mississippi State Editorial deadline--Thursday at 5:30 p.m.
Building Commission as an architect, and became acting
director after a 10-year period. While there, he helped man-
age the development and construction of the Walter Sillers
State Office Building and the Carroll Gartin Department of
Justice Building. During his time in Jackson, Smith’s love of
music led him to sing in several church choral groups,
including at First Baptist Church, Woodland Hills Baptist
Church, and Northminster Baptist Church.
In 1979 Smith, his wife and their son Paul moved to
Austin, Texas, where Smith worked as an architect for the
Texas State Department of Mental Health, specializing in
hospital construction. He retired in 1996 and moved to
Madison, and renewed his old golfing friendships at
Colonial Country Club.
Survivors are his wife Fabia and son Paul Rayford Smith
of Dallas; sister-in-law Francis Smith; and nephews Alvin
and Gayle Smith. Smith was preceded in death by his par-
ents, C.A. Sr. and Carrie Smith, and brother C.A. Smith Jr.
A graveside ceremony was held at the cemetery at Sardis
Baptist Church, which is located between the communities
of White Oak and Morton.
Betty Thomas Frost McLemore
Betty Thomas Frost McLemore, 77, died September 10 of
Alzheimer’s at Kirby Pines Nursing Home, Germantown,
Tenn. She was born in Jackson to Nicholas and Sadie
She retired from the Memphis City School System after
many years of teaching, counseling and as an administrator.
She retired from Scenic Hills Elementary School. She
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Northside ad agency WellsFest planned
schedules reception September 26 at
unveiling space Jamie Boyll park
LIQUID CREATIVE, a Jackson-based advertising
agency, is celebrating 10 years in business with a recep- THE 26TH WELLSFEST will be held Saturday,
tion for clients, vendors, family and friends September September 26, at Jamie Fowler Boyll Park, next to Smith-
24 from 5 - 7:30 p.m. The reception also unveils the Wills Stadium on Lakeland Drive. All proceeds go to
company’s newly expanded space, which has added Operation Shoestring, whose mission and programs nurture
1,400 square feet to its existing building. neighborhood development and family self-sufficiency in
Elizabeth Crisler, president and founder of Liquid inner city Jackson.
Creative, said the renovation was dictated by the WellsFest features nonstop music from Jackson area
agency’s growth and the need for more employee work- bands; coffee and desserts; food; soft drinks; arts and crafts
space. “We faced a decision on whether to move to a shopping; a pet parade at 9 a.m.; a plant sale; a silent auc-
new building, or stay in our existing space and reno- tion of goods and services; and a variety of children’s activ-
vate. We felt that we had roots in our current location ities in a family-oriented, alcohol and drug free atmosphere.
and wanted to continue to be a part of the business “We have come to perceive WellsFest as a gift of love to
community here in Jackson. We like our location off of the Jackson community and to those charitable nonprofit
Lakeland, so we decided to make the investment in our organizations who benefit as recipients of its proceeds,”
current building.” said Keith Tonkel, Wells Memorial United Methodist
The 1972 building had housed several other business- Church pastor since 1969. “It is a day for families to get
es prior to Crisler’s purchase of it in 2004. While the together and have a nice day for not a lot of cost.”
space had sufficed as an agency, there were always fea- Robert Langford, Operation Shoestring’s executive direc-
tures that she wanted to add to make it a more produc- tor, said, “We are honored to be the beneficiary of this awe-
tive space for creative services. Crisler and her contrac- some event. The funds raised will support educational pro-
tor decided to create a second floor from the building’s gramming for the Galloway Elementary students we serve
attic. The renovation gave Crisler the opportunity to in our Project KIDS after-school program.”
add a spray booth/light table area, photo studio, confer-
ence space, as well as eight workstations. THE FESTIVITIES BEGIN with an 8 a.m. 5-kilome-
ter run and walk followed by a one-mile fun run, both
OUTSIDE OF THE BUILDING, the front and back directed by the Mississippi Track Club and the Bike Rack.
decks were dismantled and completely rebuilt. The new The start and finish are in the Smith-Wills Stadium parking
back deck was stained gray to coordinate with the inter- lot.
nal hallway. It features slanting tin roofs on each side The pet parade is at 9 a.m., with the festival and live
with an open space in the middle and a unique retro- music kicking off at 10 a.m. and continuing until 5 p.m.,
style railing. With its dramatic details, it is an ideal spot Children’s games, face painting, a rock climbing wall, and
for entertaining clients. other activities will be available by purchasing 25 cent tick-
Founded in 1999, Liquid Creative is a Jackson agency ets at the children’s area entrance. Homemade desserts and
that was originally a branch of Dallas-based Squires coffee in the Geri Allen Coffeehouse, snow-cones, cotton
and Company. Crisler, the Jackson partner, purchased candy, popcorn, nachos, hamburgers, sausage dogs, health
the agency and renamed it Liquid Creative in 2003. foods, soft drinks, McAlister’s tea and water will be sold.
Since the purchase, the agency has doubled in size and Admission and parking are free. Wells Church receives
tripled in client base and billings. no financial benefit from WellsFest. Net proceeds from the
event go directly to Operation Shoestring.
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ST DOMINIC REFILES CON
Music, Dennis Cranford
Thursday, September 24, 2009 THE NORTHSIDE SUN, JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI Page 15A
Jackson Crime Decelle Street, 300 block, house bur-
two counts, September 5;
I-55, 5400 block north, auto burglary,
I-55, 5400 block north, business bur-
glary, September 1;
burglary, September 7;
McWillie Circle, 4800 block, auto bur-
glary, September 10;
McWillie Drive/ Northside Drive, auto
burglary, September 9;
I-55, 6000 block north, auto burglary, Meadowbrook Road, 200 block, auto
The Jackson Police Department glary, September 1; two counts, September 9; theft, September 14;
received the following reports for: Downing Street, 3300 block, auto bur- I-55, 6000 block north, auto theft, Montrose Circle, 3700 block, house
Ashley Circle, 3200 block, house bur- glary, September 8; September 9; burglary, September 11;
glary, September 8; Edgewood Terrace Drive, 200 block, I-55, 6100 block north, auto burglary, Montrose Circle, 3800 block, house
Autumn Place, 3000 block, house bur- auto burglary, September 8; September 14; burglary, September 9;
glary, September 14; Edgewood Terrace Drive, 200 block, I-55, 6100 block north, auto theft, North Hill Parkway, house burglary,
Autumn Woods Drive, 4800 block, robbery - individual, September 3; September 3; September 13;
auto theft, September 1; Ferncrest Drive, 1100 block, larceny, I-55, 6200 block north, larceny, Northbrook Drive, 3700 block, house
Beechwood Street, 4400 block, larce- September 6; September 9; burglary, September 8;
ny, September 2; Glenway Drive, 100 block, auto bur- I-55, 6300 block north, auto burglary, Northbrook Drive, 3700 block, house
Benning Road, 500 block, larceny, glary, September 1; September 14; burglary, September 8;
September 14; Greymont Avenue, 400 block, auto I-55, 6300 block north, auto theft, Northpointe Parkway, 600 block, busi-
Berkley Drive, 3900 block, auto bur- burglary, September 12; September 14; ness burglary, September 6;
glary, September 9; Greymont Avenue, 400 block, I-55, 6300 block north, larceny, Northside Drive, 1000 block east,
Briarwood Drive, 200 block, robbery - September 9; September 11; house burglary, September 13;
individual, September 12; Hampton Drive, 4700 block north, Jamestown Way, 600 block, house bur- Northside Drive, 1900 block west,
Broadmoor Drive, 500 block, auto bur- auto burglary, September 2; glary, September 7; business burglary, Saurav Food,
glary, September 6; Hanging Moss Road, 3900 block, rob- Keele Street, 5200 block, auto burgla- September 13;
Cedar Park Drive, 5300 block, house bery - individual, September 5; ry, September 11; Northside Drive, 200 block east, house
burglary, September 9; Hanging Moss Road, 4500 block, Keele Street, 5200 block, robbery - burglary, September 2;
Cedarhurst Road, 700 block, house stolen license, September 11; individual, September 10; Northside Drive, 300 block west, auto
burglary, September 9; Hanging Moss Road, 4700 block, auto Keele Street, 5600 block, robbery - burglary, September 3;
Cedars of Lebanon Road, 100 block, theft, September 12; individual, September 11; Northside Drive, 300 block, robbery -
house burglary, September 11; I-55, 3700 block north, auto burglary, Kenwood Place, 1200 block, auto bur- individual, two counts, September 15;
Colonial Circle, 100 block, house bur- September 3; glary, September 10; Northside Drive, 400 block east, auto
glary, September 8; I-55, 3700 block north, business bur- Kings Highway, 4700 block, auto theft, burglary, September 9;
Colonial Drive, 100 block, larceny, glary, September 6; September 9; Northside Drive, 400 block west, busi-
September 8; I-55, 4600 block north, auto theft, Lake Trace, 1800 block, house burgla- ness burglary, September 3;
County Line Road, 1100 block east, September 13; ry, September 9; Northside Drive, 4400 block west, auto
larceny, September 12; I-55, 4700 block north, auto burglary, Lakeland Drive, 1400 block, auto burglary, September 5;
County Line Road, 700 block west, September 12; theft, September 4; Northside Drive, 900 block east, auto
auto theft, September 10; I-55, 4900 block north, larceny, Lawrence Road, 600 block, house bur- burglary, two counts, September 10;
County Line Road, 700 block west, September 4; glary, September 14; Northtown Drive, auto burglary,
auto theft, September 7; I-55, 4900 block north, larceny, Lawrence Road, 800 block, house bur- September 11;
Crane Boulevard, 3900 block, business September 8; glary, September 3; Oakhurst Drive, 2300 block, house
burglary, September 3; I-55, 5300 block north, auto burglary, Manhattan Road, 5200 block, house burglary, September 11.
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Continued from Page One team with receptions at 15 for 249 yards 5,000.
be proud of this year. and four touchdowns. McDonald said it doesn’t hurt that
The team has rolled to a 4-0 start on Even with the impressive start, some of the mystique has worn off of
the gridiron, outscoring their opponents Johnson said the team still has some one of their Class 6A rivals - South
138-50, and is nationally ranked by both work to do. “We started slow against Panola. Last year, Madison Central was
USA Today and Rivalshigh.com. Hattiesburg,” he said, taking a break defeated by South Panola in the North
Last week, the Rivals High 100 had from afternoon practice. “We need to State championship. Coming into the
the Jags ranked in the top 10, while the develop a killer instinct and be sharp and game, the tigers had an 88-game win
USA Today poll had Madison Central at precise.” streak.
number 15 among the nation’s elite high In the season opener, the team had That streak came to an end a week
school football teams. three turnovers. later in the Class 5A state championship,
He said the Jaguars can’t afford to when Meridian High defeated the team
AT THE START of the 2009 season, make mistakes when they play in-district 26-20 in an overtime victory, according
Madison Central was also the pre-season rival Clinton this Friday. to Rivals.com. Both Madison and South
number one in the state. “It’s always big As of September 11, Clinton was also Panola are now in Class 6A, the largest
when you can come out as the preseason 4-0. class under the Mississippi High School
number one, because it garners positive Activities Association (MHSAA).
publicity for the school and program,” MICHELE McDonald, president of “It was a heartbreaker,” McDonald
Hall said. Big Blue, the booster club serving said. “But there weren’t such great
Madison’s roster is made up of 105 Madison Central athletics, is confident expectations. We were pleased they got
players, including 28 seniors. that the team can go all the way. So are where they were.”
The team is led by senior quarterback the fans that go to see the Jags play each She also doesn’t think the bond issue
Peyton Johnson, who in the first four week. will have a negative impact on the team,
“We like to be ranked games has thrown for 687 yards and
seven touchdown passes. On the ground,
She said thousands of people make it
to the stadium on Highland Colony
adding that the new school will give
players who didn’t get a chance to play
Johnson has rushed for 118 yards and Parkway each Friday to cheer them on. the opportunity to put on a uniform.
high. There are reasons has made it into the end zone for five
touchdowns. Senior running back
Hundreds more gather earlier to tailgate
and slap hands with the team as they
“There are a lot of good athletes who
want to play but don’t get a chance,” she
for it and we take it as Tamarco Taylor has rushed for 228 yards
and one touchdown in four games, aver-
walk to the field. “It’s very much like the
Grove and the walk of champions,” she
This year, the Jags have a little more
aging 7.6 yards a carry. And junior run- said. “When the players come out, the riding on their shoulders. Hall said being
a compliment.” ning back Joe Price has carried the ball fans line the sidewalks and slap hands. a preseason number one, puts a target on
20 times for 219 yards and two touch- The stadium just goes crazy.” their back. “Madison Central has one on
-Coach Bob Hall downs.
On the receiving side, junior wide
Approximately 6,000 showed up when
Madison took on Memphis-Melrose on
its back anyway,” he said. “We like to be
ranked high. There are reasons for it and
receiver Tobias Singleton has led the August 28. The home stands only seat we take it as a compliment.”
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Silverman named CEO of
Central Mississippi Medical
J. DALE ARMOUR, president
Division 4, Health Management
Associates Inc. (HMA), announced that
Glen M. Silverman has been promoted
to chief executive officer of Central
Mississippi Medical Center in Jackson.
Silverman has almost 20 years of
healthcare management experience. He
has served in several administrative
capacities since 2004 when he trans-
ferred from a sister HMA hospital to
serve as the chief financial officer at
Central Mississippi Medical Center. In
2007, he was named chief operating
Silverman joined HMA in 1998 as an JOHNSTONE
assistant controller at Riverview Peaceful... Lakeviews... Custom Built!
Regional Medical Center in Gadsden,
Ala. In 1999, he was assigned to Immaculate! Interior Brick Walls! Heart
Sandhills Regional Medical Center in Pine Floors! Master & Guest Suite on
Hamlet, N.C. He served as chief finan- One Level! Unbelievable Kitchen! Two
cial officer at Lake Norman Regional
Medical Center, a 117-bed acute care Bedroom Suites & Den Up! Downstairs
hospital operated by HMA in Home Office, Guest Suite, & Bonus
Mooresville, N.C. Room filled with French Doors! Boat
SILVERMAN RECEIVED a bache- Slip! $995,000.
lor’s degree in healthcare administration Mississippi. Central Mississippi
from Florida Atlantic University in Boca Medical Center is a member of the
Raton. He obtained a master’s in busi- River Oaks Healthcare network. Sister
ness administration from the University facilities of Central Mississippi Medical
of North Florida. He is a member of the Center in the Jackson metro area include
American College of Healthcare Crossgates River Oaks Hospital in
Executives and the Healthcare Financial Brandon, River Oaks Hospital and
HMA operates 10 hospitals in
Woman’s Hospital in Flowood, and
Madison County Medical Center in
Look for thelook this week
Peder Johnson, BKD, LLP Mississippi managing
partner, announces the promotion of Eleanor James,
CPA to Senior; and Daniel Scarbrough, CPA to
Peder Johnson, BKD, LLP Mississippi managing
partner, announces the recent CPA certifications of
Justin Reeder, Daniel Scarbrough and Richard
HORNE LLP, announced the election of Tommy
Butler to the firm’s board of directors. Butler joined
HORNE in 1998 and has more than 30 years of experi-
ence in public accounting. He serves as the partner in
charge of core services, overseeing offices in
Mississippi and Tennessee.
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Big wins lead to retirement
AFTER TWO YEARS at the Northside mail addresses in the world, I was lucky true, it probably is,” he added.
Sun, I’m finally calling it quits. enough to have mine randomly drawn in
On September 10, I won one million a lottery. DESPITE THE obvious scams, I was
By Euros from the Netherlands National intrigued with one offer from September
Postcode Lottery. That day, I also found AFTER DOING A little research, I’ve 10. It was from a man, called Mr. Zhang
ANTHONY out that I had picked up another $2.5 mil- realized that I’m not alone in these scams. Jianguo. He wanted to offer me “a lucra-
WARREN lion in American greenbacks from anoth- The Federal Bureau of Investigation’s tive financial business transaction.” The
er promotional e-mail drawing. (FBI) Web site lists a number of scams sender, though, didn’t provide much
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13, the Danish-Lotto Satellite Software ranging from e-mails, including one that might be.
Since September 1, E-mail Lottery told me, through e-mail, was supposedly from The Oprah Winfrey Another guy, this one was named
that I had won another 750,000 Euro in a Show, notifying recipients of their nomi- Bernard Parker, wanted my help on
I have received 19 scam similar drawing. nation for the talk show mogul’s million- September 4 to re-profile “funds to the
All I had to do to claim my winnings aire show. tune of $39.4 million,” which he wants
e-mails in my spam was divulge my personal information to According to the Web site, recipients of kept under my supervison.
people I’ve never heard of from countries the communication were required to sub- Really?
folder, ranging from I’ve never been to, who, somehow, were mit their name, address, phone number I can’t balance my checkbook. I run
able to contact me through a communica- and e-mail. The e-mail didn’t provide a through money like flour through a sift.
folks who want to get tion sent to my spam folder. mailing address. Last week, I got a notice in the mail
What, no prize van from Publishers’ Another scam, also reported by the telling me that I had more than $200 in
me involved in business Clearing House? One would think that if FBI’s Web site, states that U.S. Customs overdraft fees. And this man wants me to
they’re giving all that money away, they and Border Protection “stopped a diplo- keep an eye on millions of dollars?
transactions where I can could spring for a used minvan, a giant mat ... carrying a consignment to be For his sake, he better find somebody
cardboard check and some balloons. delivered to the recipient’s address. The else.
make millions of Well, I can buy a couple of used vans consignment allegedly contains millions Mrs. Helena Cole from Great Britian
with all the money I’ve won. And if I of dollars.” ought to look for another candidate to
dollars, to others who blow through that cash too quickly, I’m Again, recipients of the e-mail were help with her task as well.
sure to have some more coming in soon. asked to submit their personal info. On September 8, Mrs. Cole, sent me an
say that out of all the Several folks, including a person named Wouldn’t you think that the U.S. govern- e-mail asking me to help dole out her for-
Mr. Jan from Liberia, wanted my help ment could find you if they needed to? tune. I was moved by her story. “I have
hundreds of millions of with an investment. Dick Brodbeck, director of communica- not particularly lived my life so well, as I
All he asked from me was my banking tions with the Better Business Bureau in never really cared for anyone,” the elec-
e-mail addresses in the information so he could transfer funds to Ridgeland, said e-mail scams are prolific, tronic communication read.
world, I was lucky my account. but many residents have become wary of I was definitely moved with the letter’s
How easy is that? them. He also said people should delete personal touches, such as the greeting:
enough to have mine Since September 1, I have received 19 e-mails from folks they don’t know and “Dear Sir/Madam.”
scam e-mails in my spam folder, ranging avoid clicking on links from unsolicited Yes, I was touched. So much so that I
randomly drawn in a from folks who want to get me involved e-mails. touched my mouse and moved that e-
in business transactions where I can make He said the best way to avoid becoming mail to my trash folder. Delete!
lottery. millions of dollars, to others who say that a victim is to think before giving out per-
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social news THE NORTHSIDE SUN, JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI Thursday, September 24, 2009 section B
By Jenny Woodruff
Shannon, Olivia Patricia, Lauren Anne and Bo Smith
HEN SHANNON SMITH sion to celebrate.
hosted a party for her hus- “My parents always made growing up
band’s swim team, she had the special whether it was Christmas or
invitations printed on swim birthdays,” she said. “They always
caps. When she held a threw the best parties and I think that is
Christmas party for her chil- where I truly began my taste for throw-
dren, she turned her backyard ing a great party or event.”
into a candyland fairytale for all of the kids to enjoy. One of her fondest memories was a
Whether it’s a birthday celebration or a dinner gather- Christmas Eve party her parents threw
ing, Shannon Smith’s parties always have at least one when she was a child.
thing in common - the details. And that, to her, makes all “My mom and dad started preparing
the difference when planning a successful one. months in advance. My mom did all the
Her unique ability to create an unforgettable party cooking. One of my favorites was the
spilled over to her friends who couldn’t help but ask for beef Wellington and I learned how to
her ideas on how to throw one. make phyllo dough stuffed with
“She has a natural flair when it comes to putting par- spinach and cheese,” she said. “They
ties together,” friend Donald Stephens said. “She is would get out all the silver and crystal,
extremely creative in everything she does down to the and my dad would always serve my
smallest detail.” grandmother’s favorite champagne. As
Smith said she has always loved any holiday or occa- See Shannon Smith, Page 6B
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Batson Estate Sale
Weddings & Engagements 3535 Cowan Place
October 1 & 2, 9:00 - 6:00
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Ramsey McCollum III were united in marriage in a
candlelight ceremony the evening of March 28, at sale conducted by
Covenant Presbyterian Church. Brewer Pittman Estate Sales
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Greenwood, MS
Adolph Matusiewicz of Jackson. Parents of the bride-
groom are Mrs. Charles Ramsey McCollum Jr. and the
late Dr. McCollum.
The Rev. Steven Burton officiated at the double-ring
ceremony. Nuptial music was presented by Dr. Stephen
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Heather Beeland, soloist. Scripture was read by Rob
McClure and Caroline Stuckey.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an
ivory chiffon gown featuring an empire style beaded
bodice and a draped bias skirt with a chapel length
train. Her fingertip veil of silk illusion was edged with
ivory satin. The bride carried a cascading bouquet of
Eskimo roses and white dendrobium orchids, hand-tied
with eggshell ribbon.
Attending her twin sister as matron of honor was
Lucile Matusiewicz Meredith of Dallas. Bridesmaids
were Melissa McCollum McNeese of Ridgeland, sister
of the bridegroom; Lindsey Myers McClure of
Ridgeland; and Ann Elizabeth Raggio of Brandon.
Courtney McCollum Katsaboulas of Jackson, sister of
the bridegroom, was an honorary bridesmaid. The
attendants wore empire gowns of slate blue taffeta.
They carried bouquets of Eskimo roses and white den-
Charles Ray Cox II of Dunwoody, Ga., was his
nephew’s best man. Groomsmen were John Cameron
Burwell of Ridgeland; Anastusis Elias Katsaboulas of
Jackson; and Jason Trippe McNeese of Ridgeland.
Ushers were Brad Thomas Blanks, Bradley Mayer
Hayes, Brian Irby Johnston, Bradley Wilkes Pratt and
Victor Edward Stuckey Jr.
Special friends of the bride included Heather Lee
Beeland, Amy Green Billman, Milly McLennan Cort,
Mary Arnold Kelly, Patricia Erin Mathews, Elizabeth
Gray Miller, Emily Bush O’Grady, Blair Barnes Riley,
Lauren Newton Roady, Marie Thomas Sanderson and
Julia Elise Spencer.
FOLLOWING THE CEREMONY, A reception was
held at the Old Capitol Inn with music provided by the Mrs. Charles McCollum III
Vamps. The photographers were Dianne and Michael The wedding trip was a cruise to Alaska. The couple
Barrett. is at home in Jackson where the bride is associated with
On the eve of the wedding, Cindy Davis, Ann Webb Paradigm Government Relations and the bridegroom is
and Mrs. Dan Winn hosted the bridesmaids’ luncheon a resident in internal medicine at the University of
at the Fairview Inn. The bridegroom’s mother hosted Mississippi Medical Center.
the rehearsal dinner at Shapley’s.
Thursday, September 24, 2009 THE NORTHSIDE SUN, JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI Page 3B
social news PASTEL PAINTINGS
Miss Ricks, PASTEL GROUP FALL ART SHOW
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MR. AND MRS. RON Ricks
announce the engagement of their September 26th to October 17th
daughter, Brandi Faye Ricks, to Showing their paintings are:
Joshua Caid Purvis, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Gary Purvis of Brandon. The Ann Armstrong Allison Johnson Gwin Robertson
bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Ricks, and Deanie Cecilia Edgeworth Lynda King Phyllis Rogers
Wagner and the late Eddie Wagner, all Baker Susan Mayfield Darlene Lawrence
Miss Ricks is a graduate of Madison Linda Cambre Dianne Norman Scott
Central High School and the Mandy Ellard Julia Sherwood
University of Southern Mississippi, Dotsy Peel
where she received a bachelor’s Elizabeth Hilton Helen Pennington Lyn Smith
degree in business administration. She Cindy Taylor
is associated with Case and Associates Wilma B. Pickett
in property management. She is also a
part-time Realtor with Coldwell
Banker Nell Wyatt Inc., in Ridgeland. Trace Station Shopping Center
The prospective bridegroom is the
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grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Junius
Purvis of Puckett, and the late Mr. and M-F 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. • Sat 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Mrs. James Harris of Crystal Springs.
Purvis is a graduate of Brandon High
School and the University of Southern
Mississippi, where he received a bach-
elor’s degree in human performance.
He also served eight years in the
United States Army and served an
overseas deployment with the 113th
Military Police Company, Brandon.
The couple will exchange vows Joshua Purvis,
October 10 at First Baptist Church in Brandi Ricks
Madison. The Rev. Donnie Stewart reception will be held at the Madison
will officiate. Square Center for the Arts.
The couple will live in Ridgeland.
AFTER THE CEREMONY, a
Callie Cooper, Hopping
plan October service
MR. AND MRS. Randall Kite Cooper
of Prairie Village, Kan., announce the
engagement of their daughter, Callie Noel
Cooper, to Gregory Warren Hopping of
The bride-elect was graduated from
William Woods University with a degree
in equestrian science.
At William Woods, she was a member
of Chi Omega sorority. Miss Cooper is
associated with Serenity Acres Farm
LLC, of Flowood, as an equine specialist.
The prospective bridegroom is the son
of the late Paul Warren Hopping and
Nancy Holland Hopping of Canton.
He was graduated from the University
of Mississippi with a degree in business.
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Continued from Page 1B “She suggested I buy a red plastic table cloth from the party
Although Smith is originally from New Orleans, she spent store and make a red carpet for the girls on my sidewalk lead-
every summer in Pass Christian at her grandparents’ summer ing up to the door. It was a huge hit.” incorporate throughout the theme of the event.
home. Because her father worked in the shipping industry, Smith begins planning parties at least six weeks in advance. For the party Smith threw for her husband’s swim team, the
Smith lived in various cities growing up including San For her girls’ birthdays, she always picks themes from what- invites were printed on swim caps.
Francisco, Chicago, Denver, Washington, D.C., and Tokyo, ever they are interested and excited about. “Invitations set the tone of the party,” she said. “They don’t
Japan. Last year’s Christmas party had a candyland theme because always have to be expensive whether you use the finest paper
She was graduated from Regis University in Denver with a for six months Lauren Anne loved to play that board game. and calligraphy for a formal event or hand deliver princess
major in business and a minor in marketing. She then went to “Perhaps my favorite party to date is Christmas. Santa wands for a princess party, the choice is yours,” she said.
work at Nordstrom in Denver and later became the manager Claus flies in for a visit and reads a story, the children line up But most important, according to Smith, is for a person to
in ready to wear. to ride Rudolph, the red nose reindeer, a clown makes have a budget before planning a party.
“The store had just opened, so we teamed up The excitement and anticipation that goes into
with Conde Nast publications to put on a fashion planning parties and how people are able to come
show. I met the special events coordinator from together for an enjoyable fun filled evening or
Glamour Magazine and she helped me put the afternoon is something Smith loves.
entire event together. I absolutely loved the work,” “I always try to make sure once guests arrive,
she said. they are never to be stuck in the kitchen, but rather
visiting with everyone and enjoying all my efforts
LATER THAT YEAR after interviewing in laid to work,” she said.
New York with Conde Nast, Smith became Smith said she loves coming up with new ideas
engaged to the love of her life, Bo Smith, who just and working with her daughters and her mother to
happened to be from Jackson. create the decorations.
“Needless to say, 12 months later I was living in “Lauren Anne made her very first edible tree out
Mississippi and working at the Everyday of gumdrops last year while Olivia was the expert
Gourmet. They happen to employ some of the taste tester,” she said.
finest ladies I have ever met,” she said. On a recent trip with her mom to Chicago, Smith
Smith went on to work for the American shopped all over town to find Hostess snowballs to
Diabetes Association doing fund-raising and spe- create a three-foot caterpillar for her daughter’s
cial events. She put together events such as Kiss A class party.
Pig and Team Diabetes. “I never stop thinking what makes a party or
Smith worked with the ADA until she had her event special,” she said.
first child, Lauren Anne. Parties and events create such wonderful memo-
“I began to plan her very first event, her chris- ries, according to Smith, who said, “It is truly a joy
tening at St. Peter’s, with a family party at the to be part of some of the happiest times in peoples
University Club,” she said. live.”
Her birthdays followed with various themes: Some of her parties include Olivia the Piglet,
Nemo, Dora, and a garden party. New York (cake was a blue Tiffany Box), a fall
“Each one was more fun than the next,” she said. harvest party, Christmas parties, princess parties,
In 2007, the Smiths welcomed second daughter Scooby Doo, and a garden party with a flower
Olivia Patricia. “Each year the parties have grown; theme.
the decorations, edible treats, activities and friend- “Whatever my children are excited about and
ships,” she said. into is where I start,” she said. “I just go from there
“She makes everything fun,” said Stephens, who trying to create new fun ideas that will thrill them
had Smith plan his Halloween party last year. and their guests.”
“You just feel so at home and comfortable.” Christmas balloons, and the children make and decorate an A surprise 60th birthday party with wine pairing for her
Suzanne Guild, a close friend of Smith’s, agrees. ornament. Lisa Patti comes and takes pictures of all the chil- mom was a special party Smith created.
“You never want to miss one of Shannon’s parties,” Guild dren with Santa.” “I used a picture of my two girls to make a canvas wine
said. “This is her gift. She has these amazing ideas and it Smith said it’s the small details and touches that really label. On the back of the bottle was the date time and place
comes so easy to her. make a party. “It is those things that make people feel wel- for a French cooking class that Bo and I sent my parents to
“She loves getting people together and no two parties are come and glad to be there.” do for their anniversary,” she said.
ever the same. She has such a passion for this.” Also, a good mix of people is key, according to Smith. The three main ingredients to a successful party, according
Guild threw her daughter a “Fancy Nancy” party last year to Smith, include great people, great food and creative details
and Smith made a suggestion that was a big hit to the four- WHETHER IT IS a party geared for children or adults, when decorating the location.
year-old girls. Smith said it is important to first have a concept or idea to
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The faculty and staff of First Presbyterian Day School Lewis, Angie Thigpen; (front) Paige Polk, Margaret
welcomed new teachers (from left, back) Sally Beth Collins, and Amanda Ludwig.
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Each year Jackson Prep recognizes those students who (second row) Crockett Bowie, Emily Stephens, Claire
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three levels of awards based on the number of service Claire Mosley, Claire Holmes, Britt Buchanan, Cameron
hours: bronze, silver and gold. Sophomores and juniors Burgess, Meggie Morgan; (front) Marco Aru, Shannon
who received silver medals were (from left, back) Ander Kynerd, Mary Clark Spencer, Mary Ball Markow, Caroline
Haick, Connor King, Lawrence Martin, Sanford Moore, Weatherly, Elizabeth Wade, Emily Cole, Lucia Murff, Sally
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Jackson Prep’s boys and girls cross country teams won the JA Invitational held
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