By the time the dishes were cleared and the announcements were made during Wednesday’s meeting of the Columbus Kiwanis Club at Lion Hills, Doug Tyrone had about 30 minutes to deliver his message.
Much like the military, those who serve with the Salvation Army have ranks and can expect to move from one assignment to another, often without much prior notice.
Industrial development prospects for the city of Columbus are likely to be few, and while the outlook is more promising in Lowndes County, even those prospects may diminish unless the state adopts a new strategy, Joe Max Higgins said Wednesday.
The Kiwanis club got a history lesson Wednesday afternoon, but no one was falling asleep.
Martha Perine Beard went out on a high note Wednesday.
Jody Hill, the New York Times best selling author of “38: The Chucky Mullins Effect,” will speak to the Columbus Kiwanis Club on Wednesday from noon to 1 p.m.
The Columbus Kiwanis Club welcomed an old friend “back home” Wednesday during its regular monthly luncheon at Lions Hills Center and Golf Club.
The future executive director of the Columbus Lowndes Parks and Recreation Authority spoke to the Columbus Kiwanis Club on Wednesday.
The Columbus Kiwanis Club is reaching out to the Columbus Boys and Girls Club, in light of its international organization partnering with the Boys and Girls Clubs of America. Wednesday, Columbus Boys and Girls director Steve Moody talked to Kiwanians at the Country Club about the youth center’s offerings.
The executive director of the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame and Museum paid a visit to the Columbus Kiwanis Club Wednesday to spread the word about the 14-year-old archive and Columbus’ contribution.