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To have your announcement posted in this space and aired on our stations,
please e-mail calendar@thepinebelt.com or send a fax to 601-545-8199 or 601-649-8199.

Please include in the announcement when and where your event
takes place as well as a phone number we can pass along to the public.

Also, please send us your information at least two weeks ahead of the event.

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  • Now until Dec. 1st Jones County Garbage Service Will not be picking up garbage on November 27 in observance of Thanksgiving; it will be picked up on Monday, Dec. 1st. Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday runs will all remain as is. Please have trash out by 6:30am. The billing office will be closed November 27 and 28 -- and reopen on December 1.


  • Now until Dec. 5th ARC of Jones County: ARC Angel Program To find out how to donate a gift of at least $25 to someone with intellectual and developmental disabilities serviced by the ARC of Jones County, call 601-649-8626, 601-498-4988 or 601-425-2883.


  • Now until Dec. 15th Marine Corps Reserve: Toys for Tots This annual campaign collects toys for needy children throughout America and has fulfilled the dreams of millions of less fortunate children each Christmas. A shiny new toy sends a message to a needy child that someone cares; that he or she hasn't been forgotten. You can help the Marines this year by dropping off a new, unwrapped toy at a local toy drop off location.

    www.toysfortots.org


  • Nov. 20th Public Hearing in Laurel The City of Laurel is considering applying to the Mississippi Development Authority for a HOME Investment Partnerships Homeowner Rehabilitation Program Grant. The State of Mississippi has allocated more than four million dollars that will be made available to cities and counties on a competitive basis to undertake homeowner rehabilitation and reconstruction activities.

    More details will be released at a public hearing November 20 at 5:00pm in the city council chambers of Laurel City Hall. For more details, call 601-428-6401.


  • Nov. 22nd Stringer Alpaca Festival Takes place from 9:00am-4:00pm at 383 County Road 155 in Stringer. Admission is free. The event features fiber demonstrations, children's activities, unique arts and crafts, food, and more. For more details, call 716-863-4366.

    www.astrokageneusalpacas.com


  • Nov. 22nd Pine Belt Young Professionals: Backyard Barbecue Competition Takes place from 1:00pm-5:00pm at Town Square Park in Hattiesburg. Tickets cost $15 and include BBQ samples, sides, Pepsi products and two beers. Proceeds benefit Volunteer Hattiesburg. Purchase your Backyard BarbeCAUSE tickets at PineBeltYoungProfessionals.com or call 601-296-7500.

    www.PineBeltYoungProfessionals.com


  • Nov. 22nd Maynor Creek: 39th Anniversary Fall Festival Takes place at the Reservoir. Admission for the day will be $1.50 per person. For more details, or if you would like to be a vendor, call 601-735-4365.


  • Nov. 25th UBS Blood Drive in Laurel Takes place from 12:00pm-6:00pm at the Cameron Center in Laurel (711 North 10th Avenue). For more details, call 601-264-0743.

    www.UnitedBloodServices.org

     

    United Blood Services will hold blood drives at

    Laurel's Cameron Center on the second

    and fourth Tuesday of every month.


  • Editor's Note

    For more events, please click on the second arrow button from the right.  The two central arrow buttons will advance this calendar backward and forward one page.

    If you're looking for the ongoing events we talk about, they're listed at or near the end of our calendar. The best thing to do is click on the rightmost arrow button below. 

    Also, please click here for the concert calendar from 96.5 Alive FM's website for Gospel sings and Christian concerts.

    For garage, rummage and yard sales, please visit thepinebelt.com's Swap Shop.

    Thanks for letting B95, Rock 104, KZ94.3, 96.5 Alive FM and thepinebelt.com serve you.

    Doug Morris
    doug@pinebeltradio.com