The Family Life Center is Moving to A New Location

October is RELOCATION month at the Family Center.  The Family Center has been located at 202 Ivy Avenue for 22 years now, but we are relocating to Building D at Fair Elementary. The Family Center Staff will continue to provide the same beneficial services as before. As soon as we are established in our new location, we will put our hours, phone number and new address on our Twitter account and media services. We look forward to serving you all at our new location in Building D at Fair Elementary. Thanks so much for your support!

4th Annual Panhandle Community Day--Oct. 15

Some of our most precious possessions are the memories of places and people, but they fade with time unless we renew and revisit them. If you have history that includes a God-gifted place called Panhandle, it is time to renew those memories and visit with some of the folks that helped shape them. 

On Saturday, October 15, from 8:00-2:00, the Panhandle Community of Choctaw County will host the 4th annual Panhandle Community Day. Held in the historic Panhandle Consolidated School building, the craft fair will feature local talent in many forms – wood working, pottery, sewing, carpentry, needle crafts, yard sale items, music and, of course, food and storytelling.

  This year, in addition to all the craft items, the event will have special music provided by Tracy McCully of Louisville, Mississippi. Singing will begin at Noon. You can get lunch and enjoy the performance while you eat. Tracy is the daughter of Dean Dempsey and the late Hubert Dempsey, the mother of Myrrah, and the wife of William McCully. William has just released his book entitled Murder in Rural Hill. Autographed copies of the book will be available for purchase.
The Harden Place, located in the Panhandle of Choctaw County, was originally constructed by John J. Harden in the 1850s. John Harden died during the siege of Vicksburg. His wife, Jane Young Hanna, remarried John Smylie. Jane and John built a new house in 1873. They dismantled the log barn and log corn crib from the original place and rebuilt them on the new location. Also moved from the original location was the kitchen for the main house. The Harden Place will be open for tours during Panhandle Community Day. You are encouraged to come and go at your convenience. 


No craft fair is complete without door prizes. Register to win when you enter the building. Drawing for door prizes will be held hourly.

Panhandle is rich in talent, hospitality, and wonderful people who love nothing better than to engage in fellowship with friends and neighbors. Be sure to join us on this wonderful occasion. Check out the talent provided by local artisans, sit a spell and enjoy the music, fellowship with friends and neighbors, do some early Christmas shopping, and enjoy the atmosphere created by a historic building filled with people who love each other. See you Saturday, October 15.



If you are interested in having a booth at the event, please contact Brenda Cagle at 552-0881. Vendor fees go to the upkeep of the school building.

Dial A Story- Sept 27-Oct 3

Winston County Library
Dial-A-Story
662-773-3566
September 27- October 4, 2016
Chief Claiborne of The Louisville Police Department
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Children can call Dial-A-Story 24 hours a day and listen to a new story each week. Dial-A-Story is made possible by funding from Mid-Miss Regional Library System.

Tres Gondoleros Live at The Lake--Oct. 1



Saturday October 1st. Burnt Orange Studio, City of Louisville, Chamber of Commerce and Lake Tiak O'Khata proudly presents.
TRES GONDOLEROS
                                                                    Live At The Lake

Live at The Lake is free to enter and the music starts at 6:30 pm, so have a nice dinner a Lake Tiak O'Khata then step outside to the pavilion for some free live music.

Flu Shots Available At WMC Health Fair and Girls Night Out-Oct. 6

Winston Medical Center is providing the community with two opportunities to get flu shots outside of having to go to a clinic.
During the health fair, flu shots will be available. Individuals can come to the health fair on October 6, 2016 from 9-1 to get his or her flu shot.
The Winston County Chamber has a "Girls Night Out" planned on the evening of the 6th. Winston Medical Clinic-Main Street will be open to give flu shots.

Ribbon Cutting for Lucius Insurance Agency-Sept 30

The Chamber of Commerce will host a Ribbon Cutting for Lucius Insurance Agency, LLC. The Ribbon Cutting will be at the Chamber of Commerce office, 311 West Park Street on Friday, September 30 at 11:00 a.m. Cory Lucius, Owner of Lucius Insurance is the newest member of the Chamber of Commerce. Nikki Richardson is the agent covering the Louisville area . They are currently working toward a physical location in our community. Please join them to welcome this new business to Louisville!

Girls Night Out--Oct. 6

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6
5 – 8 PM, MAIN STREET, LOUISVILLE
TAPPAS MENU
APPETIZERS
BLACK EYED PEA AND ARTICHOKE, JUST AROUND THE CORNER
BACON & TOMATO TARTLETS, FASHION BOUTIQUE
SALAD
AUTUMN SALAD WITH CANDIED PECANS, BECKY’S ANTIQUES
SOUTHERN CORNBREAD SALAD, JUST TEASIN’ BOUTIQUE
SOUP
CRAWFISH BISQUE, THE SILVER GOOSE
PASTA
THREE CHEESE PASTA WITH SUNDRIED TOMATOES, STEPHANIE’S SHENANIGANS
ENTRÉE & THE TRIMMINGS
HONEY GLAZED PORK TENDERLOIN WITH SWEET POTATO BISCUITS AND FRESH PEACH SALSA, SOUTHERN TRADITIONS
FALL HARVEST CHICKEN WITH APPLE GINGER CHUTNEY AND SMOKEY CHEESE POTATOES, THE JEWEL SHOPPE
DESSERT
HOMEMADE BREAD PUDDING, GROWN UP SMORE BARS, WHEN IT REALLY MATTERS
WHITE CHOCOLATE CRANBERRY TRUFFLES, SOUTHERN SPORTS
CELEBRATE YOU WITH
DINNER, DEALS AND DOOR PRIZES
NO RESERVATIONS REQUIRED!
SPONSORED BY YOUR MAIN STREET ASSOCIATION

Carl Jackson Concert-Dec 10

Tickets for the Carl Jackson Concert will go on sale Oct 3.


Dial-A-Story Sept. 20-27

Winston County Library
Dial-A-Story
662-773-3566
September 20- September 27, 2016
Andrea Howard
Children’s Librarian
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Children can call Dial-A-Story 24 hours a day and listen to a new story each week. Dial-A-Story is made possible by funding from Mid-Miss Regional Library System.

Friends of the Library Book Sale--Oct 6 & 7


Retirement Reception for Ronnie Graham-Oct 14

The Louisville Police Department will host a retirement reception for Captain Ronnie Graham on Friday October 14th, 2016 at 1 p.m. Captain Graham served the citizens of Louisville for thirty six and three quarters years. The Public is invited to stop by and wish him well. The reception will be held at the Louisville/Winston County Library.

Upcoming Fall Event Happening In Winston County


Sponsor A Flag On The By Pass


The Louisville Lions Club invites you to sponsor a flag on the by-pass in memory or in honor of a loved one or veteran. The flags are displayed for the week of Memorial Day, July 4th and Veterans Day. The cost to sponsor a flag at this time is $25(per flag) a year.

To sponsor a flag simply (click here), fill out the information and follow mailing instructions on form by November 1, 2016. There are 60 flags available for sponsorship.

This year we are raising money to send boys and girls going into the 10th, 11th & 12th grades to the Lions Leadership Conferences at Roosevelt State Park in Morton. Last year we were fortunate enough to send 9 boys and 2 girls to the conferences. Your support is greatly appreciated!





Check It Out At The Winston County Library!

SEPTEMBER  2016

FICTION BOOKS


Sandra Brown – Sting
Susan Elizabeth Phillips – First Star I See Tonight
Christine Feehan – Dark Carousel
J. R. Ward – The Angel’s Share
V. C. Andrews – Whitefern
Sherrilyn Kenyon – Dragonmark
James Patterson – Bullseye
Dorothy Garlock – Sunday Kind of Love
Linda Fairstein – Killer Look
Heather Graham – Deadly Fate
Stuart Woods – Smooth Operator
Christine Feehan – Shadow Rider
Rachel Gibson – Just Kiss Me
Tiffany Reisz – The Bourbon Thief
Marilyn Pappano – A Summer To Remember
John Connolly – A Time of Torment
Mary B. Morrison – Just Can’t Let Go
Kim Vogel Sawyer – Guide Me Home
Joseph Finder – Guilty Mind
Jane Green – Falling
Beth Harbison – One Less Problem Without You
Kiki Swinson – Cheaper To Keep Her
Lisa Scottoline – Damages
Susan Wiggs – Family Tree
Phillipa Gregory – Three Sisters, Three Queens
Louise Penny – A Great Reckoning
Colson Whitehead – The Underground Railroad
Fern Michaels – Crash and Burn
James Lee Burke – The Jealous Kind


NON-FICTION BOOKS


Word 2016 In Easy Steps
American Heiress: The Wild Saga of the Kidnapping, Crimes and Trial of
Patty Hearst – Jeffrey Toobin
Delta Rainbow: The Irrepressible Betty Bobo Pearson
Who Will Face the Tribulation? - Tim LaHaye
The Handgun Guide for Women: Shoot Straight, Shoot Safe & Carry with
Confidence – Tara Engel
Peavey Guitars: The Authorized American History – Willie G. Moseley
Angela Merkel: Europe’s Most Influential Leader – Matthew Qvortrup
The Family of Jesus – Karen Kingsbury
College Essay Essentials – Ethan Sawyer
The Friends of Jesus – Karen Kingsbury
How To Sell Your Art Online – Cory Huff

REPM Meeting-Oct 6

Date: October 6, 2016
Place: Louisville City Hall
Time: 1:00 PM
Speaker: Michele Maxey, PT & DPT