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“It’s not a day. It’s a movement.” The very first Earth Day was organized and held on April 22, 1970. Since that monumental day, EARTHDAY.ORG, the founders of developing a day to help protect the Earth and its inhabitants, has mobilized over 1 billion people each year on Earth Day and every single day to protect the planet. Since 1970, Earth Day has evolved into “the largest civic event on Earth, activating billions across 192 countries to safeguard our planet and fight for a brighter future.”

ids need Kiwanis, and George County kids are lucky to have a thriving Kiwanis Club.
Lucedale Kiwanis Club celebrated its 25th anniversary this spring. The Lucedale chapter formed in 1999. Coe-Alice Sturgis is the only remaining active charter member of the group of 20-plus founders.

The blooming azaleas, flowering dogwoods, and the beautiful colors of Spring are just the first indicators that Easter is quickly approaching. This holy holiday is a time of renewal for all Christians and is filled with an abundance of traditions—some are beloved events that families look forward to every year. 

Spring is right around the corner, and it is time to spruce up our homes by redecorating. I don’t know about you guys, but I absolutely loved decorating, and this year there are some pretty cool trends to make your home the most perfect place ever! Keep reading to see what these trends are. 

March has rolled in and already made itself at home, bringing lots of fun, excitement, and plenty of shenanigans just in time for St. Patrick’s Day. If you’re feeling the withdrawals from all the Mardi Gras fun, you’re in luck because this weekend, the leprechauns and St. Patrick himself are bringing plenty of mischief and mayhem to the Gulf Coast. As always, we are you guide to  all the activities happening on the Mississippi Gulf Coast this weekend.

To help make your plans for the next couple of months, here are a few of the top Spring Festivals in Mississippi. Get out your calendar now and mark down these important dates for some festival fun that you do not want to miss.

Spring break is right around the corner, and hundreds (possibly thousands) of Mississippians will be looking for the perfect place to have their spring break staycation. Luckily, you don’t have to leave the state to experience a fun, memorable staycation.