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November 30, 2012, is the date for Mount Olive’s Christmas mexican viagra Parade.  It will begin at 5:30 p.m. and wind through the business district.  If anyone would like to enter a float or a car in the parade, contact City Hall at 601-797-3496.

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Christmas Parade Pictures from 2011


The FIRST LEGO League robotics team from Mount Olive Ministries won 1st in the Mississippi State Robotics Championships on Dec 3, 2011. The category they were selected the best in the state was viagra online in Product Creation and Presentation. This is a major award category and demonstrates the students ability to create an innovative product from research to presentation. Their presentation was a mock interview with themselves as researchers with some effective team choreography. Many thanks to all of you that came out on practice night to watch and encourage the team.

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“Come Home to Mount Olive” is the theme of a Homecoming Reunion event being planned for October 14 and 15 by the Mount Olive Booster Club, Mount Olive Attendance Center, and a group of enthusiastic MOHS alums.  All Pirate graduates are invited to gather up their classmates and come home for viagra 25mg uk the weekend. Alums and school supporters are invited to attend Open House at Mount Olive High School on Friday, October 14 beginning at 5:00 P.M. and concluding at 6:30 P.M. in time for Pirate fans to take their seats for the crowning of the 2011 Homecoming Queen and the 7:30 P.M. kickoff when the Pirates host Resurrection on the John Brewer Field.  MOHS “01 graduating classes (’31, ’41, ’51, ’61 etc.) are encouraged to display memorabilia during the open house. Contact Paula Johnston at for more information.

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In case you have not noticed, the Mount Olive Volunteer Fire Department has found a new home.  The Fire Department Chief, Danny Smith, said the decision to move came about when the privately owned Post Office building went up for sale a few non prescription viagra years ago. According to Fire Chief Smith it wasn’t a hard decision to make. continue reading…

For nearly a century the American Cancer Society (ACS) has fought for every birthday threatened by every type of cancer in every community. By taking what they have learned through research and turning it into what they do, the ACS has made possible a 17 percent decrease in the overall cancer death rate between the early 1900′s and 2007. That means that the ACS has helped avoid about 898,000 cancer deaths and viagra buy now created the potential for more birthday celebrations. Overall, nearly 12 million cancer survivors in American will celebrate a birthday this year.

The NFL, its clubs, players and the NFL Player’s Association are proud to support the fight against breast cancer. Their campaign, “A Crucial Catch”, in partnership with the ACS is focused on the importance of annual screenings, especially for women who are 40 or older. Throughout October, NFL games will feature players, coaches and referees wearing pink game apparrell, on-field pink ribbon stencils, special game balls, and pink coins- all to help raise awareness for this important campaign.  This year the Mount Olive Pirates will join the crusade by turning their Homecoming completely P-I-N-K.  On October 14th for the entire day and throughout the scheduled Homecoming festivities, students, faculty, and fans will go “P-I-N-K” in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Join the Pirates as they take on the Resurrection Eagles on the field and a very important cause off the field- the fight against breast cancer.

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Together with the NFL, the American Cancer Society, and the Mount Olive Pirates you can fight breast cancer and save lives. For more information visit or contact the American Cancer Society at 1-800-227-2345 ( or call a school representative Joan Easterling or Mandy Gibson at (601) 797-3939 or 797-3159.

The Mount Olive Pirates are extremely proud of their new goal posts. Members of the Mount Olive community came together to purchase the materials, build the posts, and viagra australia install them on the John Brewer Football Field. The players agree that the new posts have really helped their morale as well as the appearance of the field.

A special word of thanks goes out to Sam Ponder, Jim Brewer, Cliff Kelly, Coach Norman Johnston, Coach Perry Murphy, Coach Johnnie Barnes, Dwight Easterling, and David Ponder for donating their time and effort into making this project a reality.

Early shoppers were gtreated with clear skies and crisp breezes as Mount Olive’s second fall townside yard sale  got off to an early start. Over 60 viagra soft tabs different set up along the boulevard’s tree lined blocks offering homemade jams and jellies, breads, and other items described as “one person’s trash is another person’s treasure”. These trash turned treasures included clothes, Halloween costumes, toys, furniture, and in one instance, a “slightly used husband”.

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Mt. Olive City Beautiful is conducting a silent auction for 4 original watercolors of prominent landmarks in the town of Mt. Olive painted by well-known Hattiesburg artist, Bobby approved viagra Walters. One piece that may be of wide interest is the Mt. Olive High School. The prints are on display in the store window of the former Bill’s Dollar Store in downtown Mt. Olive. Bid sheets are available in Powell’s Drugstore. Bidding will end on June 24, 2011, in conjunction with “Twilight in our Town,” an event you won’t want to miss (more on this later). Come on by and see these beautiful pieces of art work and offer a bid. We just might be able to get some friendly competition going for these as well as aid some much needed City Beautiful projects.

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Provided below is a brief historical note for each landmark and a copy of each of the four prints.

Mount Olive High School

The Mount Olive High School building, which faces Fourth Street, was built in 1917, replacing a previous wooden structure. The elementary building and gymnasium were built in the 1930’s with WPA funding. The handicapped access ramp was added to the front of the high school building in the 1970’s or the 1980’s. This is a beloved landmark for many generations of families in Mount Olive and surrounding communities.

Mount Olive Presbyterian Church

The Mount Olive Presbyterian Church was organized November 7, 1900. The church building was completed in 1906 on a lot south of Town Creek on Highway 1-49. In 1917, the church acquired property on Cotton Street and moved the building on logs across the creek and up to its new location. Sunday school rooms were added to the building around 1923 or 1927. The building was in use until 1976.

Polk and Duckworth Feed Mill

Polk and Duckworth Feed Mill was established by Eugene Polk in 1953. Mr. Polk was joined by his son-in-law, Winston Duckworth, in 1960. The Feed Mill was the source of farming and gardening equipment and supplies for everyone in the area surrounding Mount Olive and continues to operate today at the corner of Seventh and Cotton Street.

The Blue House of Mount Olive

The Dr. James Cherry Home “The Blue House” is an original residence in the town of Mount Olive. Dr. Cherry was a physician in town during the lumber industry heyday.  Following Dr. Cherry, the Gates and Pearce families were associated with the home. “Pete” Gates married Oscar Pearce and they lived in the home for many years.  Other families who have lived in the home in more recent years are C. T. Grubbs, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones, and Hulon Hatfield. Today it is the residence of Roger and Peggy Sullivan.