July 26, 2016

Senator McMahan Tours Guntown Middle School

Senator McMahan toured the Guntown Middle School campus this morning.He was impressed with the new facility, and students and teachers were moving into the building. Did you know that Guntown Middle School is part of the Lee County school system and received an A rating in the 2015-2016 year? Guntown has new leadership and the Principal is Casey Dye and …

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June 25, 2016

14th Annual Gumtree Father-Daughter Ball

Tonight is the 14th annual Father-Daughter Gumtree Ball benefiting LeBonheur Children’s Hospital. I have been honored to emcee the event. All of the young ladies look beautiful and their dresses are amazing.Everyone is having a great time; It is a special night.

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June 23, 2016

Senator Chad McMahan voted Best Elected Official

Senator McMahan was nominated and voted best Public Official by readers of the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal. The publication covers a 16 county area. “I am honored to have been nominated and stunned to have been voted best public servant. Thank you North Mississippians.”

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June 11, 2016

33rd Annual Pratts’ Frog Level Festival

We are having a great time this morning in the Pratts community. A newcommunity center mascot, Jeremiah the Bullfrog, was unveiled. He will nowbe the centerpiece of the Pratts Community Center Park. This is the 33rdannual Frog Level Festival

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June 8, 2016

Senator McMahan Tours Milwaukee Tool Facility

Senator McMahan works in the manufacturing industry. He works hard to help create and promote high tech manufacturing jobs. He toured Milwaukee Tool this week. Did you know that machinist atMilwaukee Tool can make up to $26.00 dollars an hour plus benefits. Buy American when you can and especially Mississippi products.

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May 18, 2016

Senator McMahan Visits Saltillo Elementary School

Senator McMahan is continuing his Public School listening tour throughoutSenate District 6. Today he visited with Saltillo Elementary School 4thgraders. Thanks Mrs. Paris Osmundson for the invitation to visit 4thgraders. “Thumbs Up Guys. Great questions today.”

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