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Coffee with the Congressman

The Madison County Business League hosted “Coffee with Congressman Bennie Thompson” on Wednesday, October 20th, at the MSU CAVS Extension Center in Canton. Students from Canton Academy, Canton High School and Velma Jackson High School participated along with Business League members, elected officials and guests. Shown with Congressman Thompson are: (front row l-r) Manning James- CA, Jonathan Luckett and Fred Brown- Velma Jackson. Back row left to right: Jalisha Galloway, Katie Pepper, Drew Morgan- all CA, Congressman Thompson, Desoree James and Ambril McLaurin- Canton High School. Read More

Fall Celebration 2010

The Madison County Business League held its Fall Celebration 2010 on November 10th, at the Jackson Yacht Club. Shown presenting the inaugural VISION Award to Jim Richmond of Cellular South, Inc. is Madison County Economic Development Authority Executive Director Tim Coursey. Read More

MCBL First Anniversary

The Madison County Business League celebrated its first anniversary at a Fall Celebration reception held on Wednesday, Nov. 10, at the Jackson Yacht Club. More than 150 members, elected and appointed officials and guests attended the event. Read More

Coffee with Congressman Bennie Thompson photos

The Madison County Business League hosted "Coffee with Congressman Bennie Thompson" on Wednesday, October 20, 2010. The luncheon was held at the Mississippi State University CAVS (Center for Advanced Vehicular Studies)Extension Center in Canton. Greeting Congressman Thompson (right) is Dr. Clay Walden, director of the CAVS Extension. Read More

Thompson: Madison's growth from incentives

U.S. Rep. Bennie Thompson believes in federal earmarks to grow local projects. Read More

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