TA bustling with activities this fall
The 2010/2011 school year is in full swing at Tunica Academy.
On the academic front, Principal Ed Beach says that teachers and students are spending more time and putting more emphasis on math this year in an effort to increase student performance. As for athletics, he says that the work continues on the baseball/softball complex and that everyone has been enjoying the new football press box, compliments of the Crawfish Crew. As the holiday season quickly approaches, the calendar is filling up with exciting athletic, fundraising and social events.
A Hero's Welcome
Tunica touched by pilgrim’s progress
When the idea of making a pilgrimage from Quebec to Mexico came to Anne-Marie Michel, she couldn’t shake the feeling that it was something she must do. And as she rests in the home of a Tunica County resident, Michel says she is glad that the Lord directed her on this path.
Michel, 34, embarked on her journey from Canada on May 27, 2010 with many hopes and miles in front of her. Ultimately, her mission is to make a statement against abortion, as she will conclude her pilgrimage at the shrine honoring the protector of unborn children.
Delta Day: Eighth anniversary of fun
What makes the Mississippi Delta unique? Come see for yourself at a celebration of all things Delta on Oct. 16, 2010 in downtown Tunica’s Rivergate Park.
The free festival is sponsored by Tunica Main Street.
Delta Day begins early with a 5K run/walk at 8 a.m. For the second year, the Delta Dogs 5K benefitting the Tunica Humane Society will get people dashing from Veteran’s Park through parts of historic Tunica. Awards will be presented to the top three runners, the fastest runner in each age group and the fastest walker.
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