From Staff Reports
Guest speaker Josiah Coleman presented a program on “Judicial Philosophies” to the Louisville Rotary Club August 1.
Coleman primarily surveyed how Supreme Court justices interpret the Constitution because their interpretations affect everyone, he noted.
Coleman grew up in Fentress in Choctaw County, and is a graduate of Ackerman High School and the Ole Miss Law School. He is the grandson of the late Gov. J.P. Coleman and practices law in Oxford as a defense attorney. Coleman resides in Toccopola in Pontotoc County with his wife Ashleigh, and their daughter, Merrimac. He is a candidate for the state Supreme Court, District 3, Place 3.
Finch reviews state treasurer duties Lynn Fitch, State Treasurer, on July 25 spoke to the Louisville Rotary Club about the duties of the treasurer’s office. Fitch noted her favorite part of the job was returning unclaimed property to citizen’s.
“What an opportunity….. to present life-changing checks to hard- working Mississippians. Certainly, this is one of the truly rewarding aspects of my job,” Fitch said. “Not many political leaders get to do that.”
She encouraged everyone to visit For more info visit: www.treasury.ms.gov and click on Unclaimed Property to check if a person you know is on the list.
Bart Williams illustrates security needs Bart Williams. owner of Security Solutions, illustrated how home security and good planning may prevent crime. Williams noted that a person is more likely to break into an easy target rather than a place that appears to be secure. “This means locking windows and doors,” said Williams.
Williams also noted that cameras and other security devices can be a deterrent to all kinds of crimes. Louisville Rotary
The Louisville Rotary Club meets each Wednesday at noon at Lake Tiak O’Khata. Anyone interested in attending a luncheon should talk with a local Rotarian.