The band starts playing at 6:30 p.m. and the fun begins!
The dance floor at the Sciple’s Mill Opry is packed with friends and family, as well as visitors from throughout the state, who enjoy country and gospel music, with a little bit of rock and roll!
“We all just really enjoy getting together and making music,” said Ed Sciple, owner of Sciple’s Mill and ring-leader of the Sciple’s Mill Opry. Continue reading
Enjoy the fun of Sciple’s Mill Opry! Please read more about them in the May/June issue of Mississippi Magazine!
She has always enjoyed listening to stories of local history. And those stories and those buildings lead to her fascination with architecture.
Belinda Stewart of Belinda Stewart Architecture will share her love of old buildings and historic places in Webster County at the October JOY Club potluck luncheon set for 11:30 a.m. Oct. 31 in the First Baptist Church of Eupora fellowship hall. After a few brief announcements, lunch will be served. There will be a brief devotion around noon, and then Stewart will share a powerpoint presentation about some of her favorite historic homes in the area.
Stewart said she is not sure which is the oldest building in Webster County, but there are several very early log cabins that are mostly in ruin, but still around. The oldest building still in use is the Shady Grove Presbyterian Church, originally built around 1820, with the current building constructed in the 1840’s or 1850’s. Continue reading
The Fall Community Yard Sale was in full swing Saturday in Winona. This family took the opportunity to donate the proceeds of their yard sale to WAGS Animal Rescue.