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  Opportunities: 86
Board Connections: 2
Nonprofit Partners: 96
Referrals: 633
Hours: 2,173
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SCT: "Rumors"
Rumors By Neil Simon Directed by Brenda Mayo Production Dates: September 18-21 and 23-27, 2014 At a large, tastefully appointed Sneden’s Landing townhouse, the Deputy Mayor of New York has just shot himself. Though only a flesh wound, four couples are about to experience a severe attack of Farce. Gathering for their tenth wedding anniversary, the host lies bleeding in the other room and his wife is nowhere in sight. His lawyer, Ken and wife Chris must get “the story” straight before the other guests arrive. As the confusions and mis-communications mount, the evening spins off into classical farcical hilarity. For more information, please email the director at brenda_j_mayo@yahoo.com
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SCT: Fourth Fridays
Fourth Fridays is a regular event created to support local writers in the Starkville, Columbus, and West Point communities by providing an open and supportive forum to present and discuss works-in-progress. Fourth Fridays events occur upstairs in the Starkville Community Theatre building on Main Street on the fourth Friday of every month during the school year. The events start at 7:30, last 1-2 hours, and are followed by a reception of snacks and drinks provided by the SCT.
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Golden Triangle Walk To End Alzheimer's
Golden Triangle Walk to End Alzheimer's Sunday, October 12, 2014 Add to calendar Registration at 2pm | Ceremony at 2:30pm | Walk at 3:00pm Route Length: 3 miles East Mississippi Community College - Golden Triangle Campus Map it 8731 S Frontage Road, Mayhew, MS 39753
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Cole Elam Medical Fund
Cole Elam is a 2-year-old Starkville boy who has cancer, for whom fundraising is being done. Modern Woodmen is matching the first $2500 raised through sale of these shirts, so we want to sell them out! ALL payments must be in by Wednesday, August 20. Cash, or checks made payable to the Cole Elam Medical Fund. If you'd rather just make a contribution to the fund, it's being held at Renasant Bank in Starkville.
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MSU CERT Preparathon
Half Marathon - 5 Km - Family Fun Run Emergency Preparedness Fair October 18, 2014 Benefits All proceeds benefit the Oktibbeha County Volunteer Fire Departments, Oktibbeha/Starkville Emergency Response Volunteer Services (OSERVS), and the Salvation Army’s Emergency Disaster Services.
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Starkville Bridges Community and Facilitator Training
Community Training and Facilitator Training: September 16, 8:00-2:30 and 3:00-5:00 These training sessions are for those who are looking to help eradicate poverty in the Oktibbeha County area. Both classes will be conducted by Bobbie Weatherly, from Vicksburg, MS, at the Starkville Sportsplex. It is $50 for each participant. For pre-registration go to www.starkvillebridges.com. The contact information for Starkville Bridges: bridgesoutofpoverty@gmail.com or 662-617-4531.
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A Venetian Evening, 12th Annual Arts Gala
Saturday Night - September 20 @ 6:30 pm Located at the Hunter Henry Center on the Mississippi State University Campus the SAAC will host it's 12th Annual Arts Gala. Dinner, Dancing, Silent Auction & Tombola along with entertainment provided by Bill Cooke & Kanna Wermz and also Daniel Jones will top off this black tie evening. TICKETS ARE LIMITED! ORDER YOURS NOW!
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Exhibition: Abstract
AUGUST 5 – OCTOBER 31 Exhibition: Abstract Located: Greater Starkville Development Partnership 200 East Main Street August 21 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm Reception
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Mississippi Boys & Girls Club Supporter License Plates
The Boys and Girls Club have an amazing opportunity to have license plates for the state of Mississippi. In order for the Mississippi Department of Revenue to begin production of these license plates, the Boys and Girls Club must pre-sale a minimum of 300. The cost per plate is $31.00. For each tag sold, they State will donate $24.00 back to the Mississippi Boys & Girls Club Alliance, which will help all Boys & Girls Club in Mississippi. If anyone would like to purchase a tag for 2015, they will need to come to the Boys & Girls Club to fill out an application. Please inform all that are interested, that the only form of payment is Checks and all checks must be payable to the "Mississippi Alliance of Boys & Girls Clubs". A list of people who are interested will be kept so that the Alliance Office can be informed.
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Kimberly C. Gee Ovarian Cancer Foundation 8th Annual Family Fun Run
The American Cancer Society is honored to be partnering with the Kim C. Gee Ovarian Cancer Foundation this year. All participants are invited to run or walk in either of our family-friendly, non-competitive events.
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Bulldog Brunch & Browse
Spend Sunday with us on MSU home football New South Weekends! Each Sunday following Mississippi State University home football games, you’ll enjoy special shopping and dining hours with our participating shops and restaurants Downtown & Around Town!. Visit these 2014 participating shops from 11:00am - 3pm on Sundays for every New South Weekend.
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New South Weekends get their spook on at Starkville’s annual harvest festival, PUMPKINPALOOZA — held in conjunction with an MSU Pep Rally! Kids of all ages will enjoy trick-or-treating to Main Street merchants — wear your costume and bring your treat bags — as well as facepainting and inflatable jumpers. See if you can find the Great Pumpkin in our Downtown Pumpkin patch with locally grown pumpkins of all shapes, colors and sizes. Bring your camera for pictures in the patch! THEN, take your purchased pumpkin to the Starkville Area Arts Council pumpkin painting station to give it your own touch. Don’t miss our Main Street retailers vying for bragging rights in the Harvest Window Display decorating contest, and live models from MSU’s Fashion Board add flair to boutique windows with their spooked out styling. You’ll enjoy late night shopping and dining with our Main Street shops and restaurants!
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UnWINE Downtown
unWINE Downtown is back for another New South Weekends edition on Friday, September 5. You’ll enjoy great wine tasting and after hours shopping with some of your favorite Main Street member shops! Ticket holders will receive 20% EVERYTHING at participating shops.
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Get A Shot. Give A Shot
Get a Shot. Give a Shot® is a Walgreens led campaign in partnership with the Shot@Lifecampaign. From July 12 through August 31, at participating Walgreens locations, when your child receives a back-to-school immunization or if you receive your flu shot from September 1 through October 13, Walgreens will help provide a life-saving vaccine to a child around the world who needs it most. As a beneficiary of Get a Shot. Give a Shot®, Shot@Lifewill be featured in Walgreens’ national marketing promotions and in store throughout flu season.
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MVC Volunteer Match
Meet MSU students as well as over 35 nonprofits from Oktibbeha County to find the perfect opportunity for you! Free t-shirts will be given to the first 50 people.
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Blood Drives Hosted By OCH Regional Medical Center
OCH Regional Medical Center will host multiple Blood Drives this year. April 8, 2014 June 3, 2014 July 29, 2014 September 23, 2014 November 18, 2014 For questions, contact OCH Public Relations Coordinator Mary Kathryn Kight at 662-615-3067 or mkight@och.org.
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Casserole Kitchen
Casserole Kitchen is an ecumenical county-wide coalition of 20 or so churches and organizations that provides free healthy meals and a place for a fellowship. It serves meals Tuesday and Thursdays from 6-6:30 PM and Saturdays from 11:30-12 noon in the Fellowship Hall of 1st Presbyterian Church Starkville (enter in the back of our main sanctuary building) 52 weeks a year. We take a few days off during the holiday season (usually in November and December).
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