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November 24, 2015, 8:07 pm
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Daily Tidbit for Tuesday: The Calendar shows Mandie Shannon is having a Birthday today. Give her a call really early and wake her up to wish her a really big Birthday! Happy Birthday Mandie!

There is a new schedule out for the Healthy Community/Campus Initiative (HCCI) but it is so full of new things, and a few rules as well, that we could not fit it in here.. For info on all the new things they are up to, call Anna or Jen at the CCHEC at (662)621-9344.

Tonight Bear’s Gym is offering Dance Exercise for those of you who want to participate in a little group exercise. We forgot to ask Pete if they will be open on Friday, but we are fairly sure that there will not be an exercise class on Thursday!

We don’t know if the new schedule started yesterday or next week, but if it starts next week, HCCI classes start at 5:30 p.m. tonight for Zumba.

Meanwhile, over at the Hambone Gallery on East Second Street: Watermelon Slim will be entertaining the crowd with his original music. What? Haven’t heard him yet? Better get on over there. The music starts at 8:00 p.m.

Don’t forget that Wednesday night will be the time and Ground Zero will be the place for the Sunflower River Blues Festival’s Thanksgiving Eve Party. The music starts at 8:00 p.m., but you don’t have to wait for the music to get started, now, do you?

And yes, we are repeating this paragraph about the Annual Thanksgiving Community Dinner from yesterday: “Volunteers are very much needed to help pack, serve, and deliver. Financial and dessert donations are always needed. Drop off your donation at any Clarksdale Covenant Bank branch. Please contact the Chamber at 662-627-7337 or Charlie Estess at 662-902-7335 or the Care Station at thecarestation@gmail.com.”

And yes, Yazoo Pass really is closing at 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, but they do have some interesting entertainment set up for Saturday. Check back tomorrow and we just might tell you about it!

Have a great day Clarksdale and Coahoma County.