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Starkville becomes 50th Main Street community

STARKVILLE — On Sept. 9, the Mississippi Main Street Association (MMSA) will officially designate the City of Starkville as a Main Street Community. The designation ceremony will be held at 10:30 a.m. at the Greater Starkville Development Partnership (GSDP) office in downtown Starkville.

Starkville will become the 50th Main Street Community in Mississippi and the only community designated for 2010.

Bob Wilson, executive director of the Mississippi Main Street Association, said, “The City of Starkville is in an ideal position to join the Main Street program.”

Jennifer Gregory, vice President of tourism for the GSDP, will oversee the Main Street program, and Robyn Cain will serve as the Starkville Main Street Program coordinator.


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