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  • Now until Dec. 29th Sales and Marketing Professionals of the Pine Belt The group is accepting nominations for their program to recognize the best in the sales and marketing profession, in the Pine Belt area. Individuals and businesses desiring to make nominations for the 2015 Awards should visit Nominations are made by completing the form, and clicking "submit".

  • Now until Jan. 15th Art for Eternity The Community Bank at 6049 Highway 49 South in Hattiesburg is hosting a Christmas themed display from the Art for Eternity collection, an exhibit of Christmas themed Biblical art created by students aged 10 to 18 in Russia and Ukraine. The exhibit will be on display at Community Bank until January 15 and may be viewed during normal banking hours.


  • Now until Feb. 13th College Public Relations Association of Mississippi CPRAM is accepting applications for two $500 scholarships for high school seniors and current college students.

    Students applying for the scholarships must be majoring in one of the following fields of study: public relations, communications, journalism, advertising, mass communications, political communications, crisis management, graphic design, or other communication-oriented majors.

    Applicants also must include a 500-word essay entitled, “With all the changes being made in the field of Communications, what skills do I have to keep up with these changes?”

    For more details, call 601-477-4032.


  • Now until end of current school year International Student Exchange This non-profit program, under the authority of the U.S. State Department, is currently looking for a few individuals to earn a supplemental income and a chance to go to Dublin, Ireland in November 2015. These people must be positive, energetic, and upbeat. Have a desire to help other people, making a difference in the lives of teenagers, families in the community and the local high school student body. For more details, call 1-844-556-6688.

  • Dec. 20th Southern Cross Animal Rescue Will hold a Pet Adoption Day at PetSense of Laurel from 11am–3pm. Animals available for adoption will be present for a meet and greet with attendees. For more details, call 601-433-5807.

  • Dec. 21st Pastors Columbus & Barbara O'Banner's 9th Year Anniversary Celebration Starts at 3:00pm at Mt. Moriah Church (160 Mt. Moriah Church Road, Magee). For more details, call 601-797-4671.

  • Dec. 23rd 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.


    United Blood Services will hold blood drives at

    Laurel's Cameron Center on the second

    and fourth Tuesday of every month.

  • Dec. 24th-29th Jones County Garbage Service Garbage will not be picked up on December 25; it will be picked up on December 29. All other routes will be on the normal schedule. The office will be closed On December 24 and 25 and will reopen on December 26.

  • 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's Swap Shop.

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

    Doug Morris