Local authors plan book signing in Clinton

Local authors plan book signing in Clinton

The book signing will take place 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at Pentimento Books at 302 Jefferson St. in Olde Towne Clinton. Call (601) 924-2665 for details.

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Every Time Sasha Obama Wanted To Go Home During Her Mom’s Trip To China (PHOTOS)

Sasha is so unimpressed. HAHA! I love seeing First Kids grow up in The White House.

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First Lady Michelle Obama Travels to China - Day 2

If you didn’t know by now, First Lady Michelle Obama is touring China to learn more about the education, foster diplomacy between the two countries and kill the fashion game.

And so far, it looks like FLOTUS, who is accompanied by teenaged daughters Malia and Sasha as well as her mother, is having a ball.

But there’s at least one person who might be ready to head on home.

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Mom-in-Chief, Sasha is ret-ta-go. Maybe because of all that walking…

In all seriousness, we’re sure the girls are having a ball with mom while they explore China. And to be completely honest, we can’t help but be a little jealous. But these photos of our beautiful First Family are making it just a tad bit better.

Now, about this photographer that keep’s catching Sasha in her “not here for it” face?

PHOTO CREDIT: Getty, Instagram

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First Ridgeland Baptist Church volunteers spend spring break in Ridgeland community garden

First Ridgeland Baptist Church volunteers spend spring break in Ridgeland community garden

Youth leaders and members of First Ridgeland Baptist Church worked in the Ridgeland Community Garden during spring break. Wes Tankersley, student minister, is a member of Ridgeland’s Healthy Hometown Committee. Jerry Williams, also a member of Ridgeland’s Healthy Hometown Committee, is the project director of the Ridgeland Community Garden. Williams secured a donation of $500 for the garden from Lowe’s Ridgeland. Produce from the garden is distributed to the needy through First Ridgeland Baptist Church. Pictured are volunteers from left (back) Justin Medders, Wes Tankersley, Camille Kelly, Bailey McClellan, Hope Ellison and AnnaKris Byrd. From left (front) Gabby Vinson, Carly Chennault, Robert McClellan, Bailey Williamson and Jerry Williams.

Second day service photo!

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Submitted by the city of Ridgeland