Mayor’s Youth Council (I have an attachment) Excel by 5 Works diligently to ensure children excel by 5 years of age. Focuses on reading and literacy so they can be primed and ready for school. Family First Works to ensure everyone is afforded an education (i.e. gain diploma, GED, etc) Nollie Jenkins Foundation Works to
Durant is a city in Holmes County, Mississippi, United States. It was founded in 1858 as a station on the Mississippi Central Railroad, later part of the Illinois Central. Durant was named for Louis Durant, a Choctaw chief who had lived on a bluff just across the nearby Big Black River before Indian Removal. Before
Garbage Pickup – Waste management Residential Customers – Monday & Thursday Business Customers – Monday, Wednesday & Thursday Water System – City of Durant For rates click here Sewer System – City of Durant For rates click here Electricity – City of Durant Cutoff Dates click here Street Department This department maintains all public right of
“A Mayor’s Youth Council is a group of young people working toward the common purpose of developing their individual leadership skills to strengthen their communities through volunteer service and increased communication with municipal leaders. Youth develop and lead initiatives with the support of adult mentors. A Mayor’s Youth Council is more than just a service
Excel by 5 is an innovative early childhood community certification process focusing on a community’s young children. It emphasizes the important roles parents and early childhood educators play in the lives of children during their most formative years – birth to age 5. President: Geraldine Sturgis 601-669-6715 Secretary: Sharon Cauthen 601-826-5429 For more information, click here.
Families First for Mississippi is expanding its core services to incorporate additional components. These components are designed to stimulate employment, support family financial stability, promote literacy, and increase graduation rates while continuing to support positive youth development, promoting positive father involvement as well as supporting Department of Human Services county Offices through parenting education and
Our mission is to advance the fundamental goal of empowering the citizens of the community by developing grass-root leaders and organizers through the building of strong community organizations as the essential means by which they are enabled to hold the political, educational, and environmental systems accountable to the needs and interest of the African American