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      • Vendors show off handmade goods at annual Christmas open house

        Vendors show off handmade goods at annual Christmas open house

        Saturday, December 16 2017 10:50 PM EST2017-12-17 03:50:42 GMT
        Time is winding down to buy those Christmas gifts...and while going to the mall and online shopping are the norm...there's always that option of gifting your loved ones with a one of a kind present.(Image Source: WLOX News)Time is winding down to buy those Christmas gifts...and while going to the mall and online shopping are the norm...there's always that option of gifting your loved ones with a one of a kind present.(Image Source: WLOX News)

        Dozens of craftsmen and women are spending their weekend selling their custom goods at this year's Biloxi Visitor's Center open house.

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        Dozens of craftsmen and women are spending their weekend selling their custom goods at this year's Biloxi Visitor's Center open house.

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      • Women with cancer say wigs make them feel whole

        Women with cancer say wigs make them feel whole

        Saturday, December 16 2017 10:50 PM EST2017-12-17 03:50:26 GMT
        Source: WLBTSource: WLBT

        "100 Wigs for 100 Women" is a charity event that was put on Saturday for women with cancer. 

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        "100 Wigs for 100 Women" is a charity event that was put on Saturday for women with cancer. 

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      • Non-profit works to form boys into men

        Non-profit works to form boys into men

        Saturday, December 16 2017 10:47 PM EST2017-12-17 03:47:16 GMT
        source: Shaneka Davissource: Shaneka Davis

        Local non-profit It Takes a Village to Raise Children (ITAV) held an event with the purpose of teaching young boys age 11-16 lessons on growing into young men. The boys learned skills such as how to change a car tire and oil, check auto gauges, and how to use a grill. Guest speaker Ronnie Clark from Snap Fitness spoke to the boys about manhood, honoring their mother and father, and understanding that it takes hard work to accomplish their goals. “A lot of people spend a lot o...

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        Local non-profit It Takes a Village to Raise Children (ITAV) held an event with the purpose of teaching young boys age 11-16 lessons on growing into young men. The boys learned skills such as how to change a car tire and oil, check auto gauges, and how to use a grill. Guest speaker Ronnie Clark from Snap Fitness spoke to the boys about manhood, honoring their mother and father, and understanding that it takes hard work to accomplish their goals. “A lot of people spend a lot o...

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