Archive | December 10, 2015


What to Look For From a Financial Advisor

There’s a lot to know about investing, so it’s a good idea to get some professional help. But with so many financial advisors out there, how can you choose one that’s right for you? You may have to interview several prospective financial advisors before deciding on one. When you talk to them, see if you […]

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Calendar of Events December 10, 2015

Holiday Season Millington Central High School Athletic Department is sponsoring a Coat Drive  for new or gently used coats for the students of Millington from  Nov. 18 – Dec. 18. (Pre-K through High School) Dec. 10 The National Active & Retired Federal Employees Association, Chapter 1382 meeting will be held Thursday, Dec. 10 at Ryan’s, 8165 Highway 51 […]

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Chamber Gala ’15

The annual Millington Area Chamber of Commerce Gala was held Dec. 1 with several guest in attendance. The honorees for 2015 were  2015 Person of the Year Randy Hart of Homer Skelton Ford of Millington; 2015 Heart & Hand Award winners Larry & Leanna Dagen of Dagen’s Christian Bookstore; 2015 Hall of Honor winner Jack […]

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Sights and Sounds of Millington Christmas Parade 2015

By Thomas Sellers Jr. Saturday at 1 p.m., it was finally time for the 2015 Millington Christmas Parade along Navy Road. After Mrs. Claus hosted brunch in Flag City, she joined her husband Santa to be apart of the scheduled hour-long parade featuring civic organizations, local schools, bands, charities, clubs and plenty of candy. Area […]

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Author and community activist Mario Reed is joining forces with MCIL's Janice Craven about informing Millington residents about the organization.

Trojan Football legend Mario Reed helps spread the word about Memphis Center for Independent Living to Millington

By Thomas Sellers Jr. For nearly two decades, Mario Reed has been sharing his story and journey. Paralyzed from an injury suffered during a football game in 1997, Reed has been transforming his tragedy into triumph by giving back to his Millington Trojan Football program, writing a book about his life and giving his time […]

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School Board approves fee schedule for organization’s use of system’s facilities

By Bill Short The Millington School Board approved a fee schedule this week for non-profit outside organizations that seek to use the municipal school system’s facilities. Board members took the action Monday night during their regular monthly meeting on a motion offered by Don Holsinger and seconded by Chuck Hurt Jr. The motion was passed […]

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