Grayson Coates, the Thinker, in front of Wesson Old School.
East End Market owner Pannu figures out where to put dishes of food.
2013 Founders Day Queen Elise Whittington and her mother Karen Coates discuss upcoming events with Wesson Chamber board member Beverly King.
Copiah County Economic Development District executive director Arthur Lee Evans, Jr., with executive assistant Brenda Harper.
Wesson Chamber Board members from left, Janet Currie, Dr. Jane Hulon, Jennie Skinner, Pete Skinner, Heather McKenzie, Melissa Meredith, Paige Anderson and president Marilyn Britt.
A lovely couple dances to the magical sounds of the Co-lin Jazz Band.
Minne Jane Wooten and Margaret Furr remember the good ol’ days.
Dist. 3 Supervisor Perry Hood and Chamber president Marilyn Britt.
Oh no you didn’t!
Courier publisher Joe B. Coates and his lovely wife Karen enjoyed not having to figure out what was for supper, and also, watching daughter Elise Whittington work the crowd after being named Founders Day Queen 2013.
Co-lin Jazz Band members break out in a coordinated doo-wop.
Dist. 2 Supervisor Terry Channell tells CCEDD executive director Arthur Lee Evans, Jr., that the food and entertainment was top notch.