Drop off at Fred’s Super Dollar 422 W Cunningham Ave. Terry, MS 39170
Are you ready for some football?! The Terry High School marching band and the band boosters cordially invite you to Friday nights with the Bulldogs! Terry High School Football Stadium September 7th 14th 28th October 12th 26th 7:00 p.m.
The Friends of Terry Invite You to Cruise Down to the Terry Depot SEPTEMBER 14 & 15 SEPTEMBER 21 & 22 SEPTEMBER 28 & 29, 2018 Featuring Sandy & Ronnie Frith, Edie Hudson, Debby & John Stigall, Allen Key, Fay Fife, Dwight Turner, Fred Rials, Monty Wilson, C.e.Jy, Burgess, Mary Joyce Shelton, Manny Reyes & Ray & Jan Barfield Dinner Theatre doors open at 5:30pm Call Betty Davis @ 601-878-5980 for Tickets
Magnolia Nail & Spa 107 W. Cunningham Terry, MS 39170 601-878-8080
Sunday, August 5th 3:00pm until 6:00pm
SUPERVISOR BOBBY "Bobcat'' MCGOWAN Hinds County District Five Back to School Annual Backpack & School Supply Give-A-Way for Students Come meet and greet your Supervisor, Bobby "Bobcat" McGowan, who wants to make sure all our children have the necessary tools to start the new school year. LOCATIONS SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 2018 @ 11:00A.M. Terry Park Morgan Drive Terry, MS SUNDAY, AUGUST 5, 2018 @ 12:00 NOON Utica Community Center Utica, MS SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 2018 Jackson Area in District 5 Jackson, MS
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The Town of Terry has received a $25,000 grant for tree planting and beautification throughout the town. The projects include developing an arboretum at the local park, a community fruit orchard and the Business district landscaping. The Mississippi Urban Forest Council wrote the grant for the town and will help with all aspects of project implementation. Volunteer groups that will also participate in the projects are Byram-Terry Junior Auxiliary, Collis Hill Church Brotherhood, Friends of Terry, Terry Lion’s Club, Terry Planning Committee, Terry Women’s Club, and Terry High School Yellow Jackets Alumni Association. “I am very excited that the Town has received this $25,000 Railroad Grant for tree planting and beautification throughout the Town”, said Mayor Joseph Kendrick, Jr. This will be good for our downtown area and something that…