Inside the Hancock Center
Come out and enjoy a day filled with games, music, free food and of course PRIZES!
Madden Football Tournament starts @ 10! Winner receives $50 Cash!
Show up early for sign ups
- The musical stylings of DJ "C.G."
- Costume Contest
- Free food and drinks
- Games and Prizes
Prizes include gift cards and coupons from local businesses
"Pie in the Face" Canned Food Drive will commence with one lucky student pieing an instructor in the face at 12:30
POPLARVILLE - Raymunda Barnes has been selected to participate in the Mississippi Education Policy Fellowship Program along with 17 other professional and civic leaders throughout the state.
Barnes is assistant vice president at Pearl River Community College’s Hancock Center in Waveland.
The 10-month intensive professional development program equips leaders in education and related fields to work toward developing sound education policy and practice in Mississippi.
POPLARVILLE - Three new events will be part of Pearl River Community College’s Homecoming 2014 on Saturday, Oct. 11, in Poplarville.
In addition to the traditional PRCC activities, the college will rededicate the Marvin R. White Coliseum, dedicate the Dr. Thomas J. and Patricia Malone Honors Institute Library and host a free tailgating carnival.
Sophomore Larke Bickham of Poplarville was elected homecoming queen and will be crowned at halftime of the game against Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College.
Hancock Center – August 8, 2014 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m
Normandy and Pacific Island Hopping: A First-Hand Account”
Veteran of the 82nd Airborne, paratrooper who jumped behind enemy lines on June 6, 1944. His combat service included battles from France to Holland, including the Battle of the Bulge.
US Marines – Served in the Pacific theatre “island hopping” from Guadalcanal to Iwo Jima. He served aboard the USS Northampton, which was subsequently sunk by the Japanese.