65 years ago, Oct. 15, 1953
The Saturday Picnic, Oct. 20
The Saturday Picnic will be held at noon on Saturday, Oct. 20 in the park adjacent to the Columbia library.
For more information, (601) 441-7424 or (601) 519-7520.
New Life Fellowship Church, Oct. 21
The question I am asked most frequently is “Which culinary school did you attend?” I went to the old-fashioned school of watching two fabulous cooks, asking questions, tasting and talking and talking and talking about what we were eating. My maternal grandparents were each gifted natural cooks.
Caption: In this photo from 50 years ago, Aug. 1, 1968: For the third straight year, the Columbia High School cheerleaders took the first place trophy at the Williams Cheerleaders Clinic in Laurel.
Relatives of Isaac and Bethany McGee Fortenberry will host a Fortenberry family reunion on Aug. 4 at Cedar Grove Church. Descendants of Isaac and Bethany McGee Fortenberry are invited to come and bring a covered dish, photographs and documents to the reunion.
These Dog Days have me in a funk, all but beating the joy out of my little garden.
Mowing, watering, pest control, and other endless chores can be real downers; however, unlike Sisyphus, the mythological ancient Greek doomed to ceaselessly roll a rock up a mountain, I’m always looking for ways to lessen their toll.
Got weeds in the lawn? In spite of decades of training and experience, I really can’t help much.
Truth is, most garden diagnosticians cringe over common problems for which we know there often isn’t a good solution. When we get together we grill one another on how we handle impossible situations.
On June 8, 2018, Mr. and Mrs. James Jefferson celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. They are longtime members of the Rose Hill Missionary Baptist Church with Pastor James Price and Sis. Mary J. Price. They have one son, Shelton Jefferson; two daughters, Kizzy and Kimberly Jefferson; two grandsons, Crashaun D.
Southern Grace Boutique is ready to make its mark as the new business in downtown Columbia.
Owners and sisters Misty Buckley and Crystal Upton wanted to go into business for themselves and the freedom it provides, and they believe their sisterly bond will help their success.