Sharing a Smile

Classes from Clinton schools often visit Second Harvest, a ministry of Morrison Heights Baptist Church, to learn more about the organization that provides food, clothes, and other necessities to families in need. But when volunteer Wayne Wilkinson told a group of Clinton Park Elementary first-graders that the organization was in desperate need of toothpaste, the field trip soon turned into a school-wide service project.

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Meet the Brasher Family

It wasn’t long after Jordan and John Michael Brasher of Clinton found out they were going to be the parents of a baby girl, that they also learned some difficult news. Their unborn baby, Katherine, had a heart defect. But now, almost a year later, the Brasher family is celebrating a living miracle.

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Methodist Children’s Homes: Offering a Light in a Dark World

Since 1896, the mission of Methodist Children’s Homes of Mississippi has been to minister to children who have experienced various forms of neglect or abuse by providing a safe, loving place for them to heal and receive therapeutic counseling.

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Building a Legacy: Attache Alumni Dinner Theater

The Attaché Alumni Dinner Theater is the show choir’s biggest annual fundraiser. Each year, past members gather to reminisce of their days singing and dancing together. But this year’s event was extra special because it marked 25 years of Attaché under directors David and Mary Fehr.

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Raggio Custom Calls

Raggio has made over a thousand duck calls since he began in 2013. What started out as a hobby quickly became a business when Raggio Custom Calls was named a Garden & Gun Made in the South Finalist in 2014. Now his beautifully-crafted calls are being recognized far beyond Mississippi.

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Good Citizen

Anna Boyd Hawks says she always wanted to own a business. The ideas ranged from art gallery to coffee shop and everything in between, but the sense of community was a must.

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Cindy Hamil’s Commitment to Excellence

For over 10 years, Eastside Elementary has flourished under the leadership of principle Cindy Hamil, whose positive attitude and proactive mindset keeps Eastside on their A-game. By embracing new technology and pushing for excellence in every area of education, Hamil is working to better prepare her students, and teachers, for the ever-changing world.

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Marching to the Top: CHS Band

Whether it’s playing in the stands, marching during halftime, or performing in a concert hall, the members of the Clinton High School Band pour their hearts into their music. But they are also putting Clinton on the map as a strong competitor among bands nationwide.

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A Military Marriage

First Lieutenant Jacob Carpenter and his wife, Captain Becky Carpenter, are no strangers to the long-distance relationship. But they don’t let distance keep them from serving their country and each other to the fullest.

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