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MHV Newsletter - Tishomingo County

Awards Banquet

The annual awards banquet was held on Wednesday, February 26 at 11 AM at Taste Buds Cafe. Members were recognized and received certificates for meeting their 100% membership requirements, for their reading efforts, and for their years of service.

Cultural Arts Exhibits

Every year, cultural arts exhibits are sent to MHV State Council in May to be judged. These exhibits are very similar to fair exhibits. Each county can only send a limited number of exhibits. To be fair, our county has a cultural arts contest to choose which exhibits go on to State Council. Any member may participate in this contest. Exhibits are to be brought to the Extension Office by 12 PM on Wednesday, April 15. We will put a tag on them and they will be judged. They will then be on display at the Extension Office for public viewing. The list of categories was included in last month's newsletter. An exhibit must fit into one of the categories to be entered. The winning exhibits will stay at our office and will be taken to MSU during State Council. If you have questions about this contest, please call our office at 423-7016. We look forward to seeing your creativity. 

Scholarships Available

There are scholarships available through 4-H and MHV to graduating high school seniors. These scholarships have varying qualifications and have to be in the state office by April 1. If you have any questions or would like an application, please call our office at 423-7016. You may also find information at the following website: https://extension.msstate.edu/content/forms-mhv .

State Council Registration

The annual MHV State Council will be held May 11-13 at the MSU campus in Starkville. Registration begins March 15 and closes April 19. There are several fun and educational activities planned and cultural arts will be on display. An awards banquet will also be held. Every member is welcome to attend this event. There is a registration fee of $25. If you plan to stay overnight, you will be responsible for your lodging costs. There is also a $15 charge for the awards banquet. Registration forms will soon be available through our office if you wish to attend. If you have any questions about this event, please call our office at 423-7016.

Devotion by Nancy Demoss Wolgemuth: "Every Woman Has a House"

“The wise woman builds her house, but with her own hands the foolish one tears hers down.” Proverbs 14:1

It doesn’t matter where you live. Spiritually speaking, every woman has some type of “house.” It might be your immediate family, your neighborhood, your workplace, your school, your church. In all these spheres of influence we can bless and build the lives of people around us.

I think John Angell James expressed this well when he wrote, “A community is not likely to be overthrown where a woman fulfills her mission. For by the power of her noble heart over the hearts of others, she will raise it from its ruins.”

Ask God to keep you from tearing down those around you and to help you build them up with your example and your words.

Club News

  • Needle Chasers—Club Meeting on March 2 at 1 PM at the Iuka Library
  • Leader Training—March 17 at 9 AM at the Midway Building
  • County Council Meeting—March 17 at 10 AM at the Midway Building

County Council Meeting

The next County Council meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, March 17 at 10 AM at the Midway Building. Every mem- ber is encouraged to attend. Leader training will immediately precede the Council meeting.

Spring Area Meeting

The Spring Area Meeting will be held Tuesday, April 14 in Lafayette County with registration beginning at 9 AM. Travel arrangements and additional meeting details will be discussed at the Council meeting. Everyone is encouraged to attend.

Members Recognized at the Awards Banquet

The following members were recognized for their accomplishments at the awards banquet this year:

  • 100% Members
    • Freida Bishop
    • Joyce Borden
    • Linda Hester
    • Betty Hickey
    • Barbara Pardue
    • Terrie Whitehurst
  • 45 Years of Service
    • Sybil Hodge
  • 10 Years of Service
    • Linda Hester
    • Shirley Hagood
  • Secretary Record Book
    • Midway Club
  • Reading Certificates
    • Freida Bishop
    • Joyce Borden
    • Betty Hickey
    • Barbara Pardue

Congratulations, ladies, and thanks for all you do for Tishomingo County! Keep up the good work!

March Calendar

  • March 2
    •  Needle Chasers at 1:00 p.m. @ Iuka Library
  • March 8
    • Daylight Saving Time Begins
  • March 17
    • Leader Training at 9:00 a.m.
    • Council Meeting at 10:00 a.m.
  • March 19
    • First Day of Spring 

238 Kaki Street, Iuka, MS 38852

Emily Cox, FCS/4-H Extension Agent

Zach Yow, ANR/4-H Extension Agent

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Contacts

Portrait of Mr. George Zachary Yow
Extension Agent I*
Portrait of Ms. Emily Hope Vestal
Extension Agent II