December 7, 2018

Working with the Chickasaw Nation

The Chickasaw Nation intends to invest 30 million dollars in Tupelo / Lee County Mississippi as they develop plans to build a heritage center and hotel. Working with city, county, and state officials to make this a reality.

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November 30, 2018

Itawamba School District Career and Technical Center Tour

Toured Itawamba School District Career and Technical Center today with Itawamba County area Industries. Representative Donnie Bell Shared his thoughts on Mississippi workforce development and career ready education. Thank you Superintendent Trae Wiygul and staff for the tour.

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November 14, 2018

Annual TVA Meeting

TVA holds annual meeting in Tupelo, the 1st TVA city. A successful 80 year partnership bringing electricity and prosperity.

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November 13, 2018

Coding and Cyber Education

TVA (Amy Tate) donates $2500 to Saltillo High School, a Lee County School, for Coding and Cyber Education. Thank you Shelly Hollis with Mississippi State University Center for Cyber for the electronic kits. Lee County schools is connecting our young people with career opportunities.

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October 4, 2018

Promote Life

Join my family and others at Fair Park Sunday to celebrate and promote LIFE…. I support Life and I also support women’s health. Many women have shared with me their mental and physical hurt and pain over past decisions. I want our young ladies and women to have all of the health information they need to make good decisions for …

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October 4, 2018

Imagine the Possibilities Expo 2018

Imagine the Possibilities Expo 2018 Thousands of 8th grade students are exposed to industries in our region where they can have high paying, productive careers in automotive manufacturing, furniture manufacturing health care services, electrical, local utility companies, even NASA and the United States Air Force were on site….. We are spending and devoting millions of dollars to help young people …

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September 15, 2018

Support Professional Educators

After touring more than 26 schools across the state, the number one problem in public schools is the lack of discipline for students; Our greatest resource, professional educators who need our help and support.

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September 7, 2018

“Wake Up Tupelo” Breakfast

Lt. Governor Tate Reeves shares our successes as a state and his vision for Mississippi at the “Wake Up Tupelo” breakfast. Top Priorities: •Economic success and competitiveness • Good public policy that encourages private sector growth. • Education successes • An increase in revenue towards infrastructure; road and bridges, water and sewer enhancements. Great things happening in our state.

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