Wednesday, August 2, 2017

LAKE EDDINS, MS OPEN BASS TOURNAMENT - Sept 16, 2017

LAKE EDDINS VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT
                                      BIG BASS TOURNAMENT
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2017

$500.00 per Hour                                           $500.00 Largest Bass
                                                                          $250.00 2nd Largest Bass                                                                                                     Weighed in For Day
                                                                                     
This is a fund raiser for our VFD.  In order for more boats to be able to participate, a non-property owner may fill out a guest registration form to fish in tournament only. 

Big Bass payout will be based on the first 100 boats registered.
DONATION PER BOAT $100.00

Blast off will be at 6am or safe light - fish until 2pm (boats will be released in order of registration paid)

***Each boat MUST check in at Fire House between 4am - 5:30am.  Coffee and light breakfast will be served to fishermen during this time.

Payout will be made each hour for the biggest bass:  8am $500.00, 9am $500.00, 10am $500.00, 11am $500.00, 12noon $500.00, 1pm $500.00, 2pm $500.00 & lunker $500.00.  *** (This is based on 100 boats) ***
(RULES & REGULATIONS ON BACK)
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BY SENDING IN THIS FORM WITH PAYMENT YOU AGREE TO ABIDE BY ALL LAKE RULES BEFORE, DURING AND AFTER THE TOURNAMENT.
By signing below you agree not to hold the tournament officials, Lake Eddins Owners Association, LEVFD or anyone affiliated with this event responsible for any accident that may occur, and I understand I am fishing this tournament at my own risk.  If you are fishing with a partner, both must sign the form below. 

NAME________________________________ PARTNER________________________________

ADDRESS_____________________________ ADDRESS________________________________

PHONE#______________________________ PHONE #_________________________________

E-MAIL ADDRESS___________________________________________

DONATION $100.00 _____   

Make checks to LEVFD Fishing Tournament.  Mail to LEVFD, 27 L.E. 1638, Pachuta, MS 39347.  For more information, call the office at 601-727-3535, Bo Tidwell at 601-649-7454, or Levis Quave at 601-928-8702.  Late registration at check in will be considered, if slots are available. 



RULES & REGULATIONS

SPEED LIMIT ON LAKE AT ALL TIMES - 30 MPH - ENFORCED

FISHING DOCKS ARE PERMITTED, BUT YOU MUST KEEP MOVING FROM DOCK TO DOCK

ALL LIVE WELLS WILL BE CHECKED BEFORE YOU START

NO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES WILL BE ALLOWED

IDLE SPEED DURING TAKE OFF

NO FISHING WITHIN 100 FT. FROM AN ANCHORED BOAT WITH THEIR TROLLING MOTOR UP

DO NOT BLOCK BOAT LANES

ONE ROD PER PERSON USED AT ONE TIME

WE WILL NOT WEIGH ANY DEAD FISH

ONLY ARTIFICIAL LURES MAY BE USED

NO TROLLING

ONLY TWO BASS ALLOWED IN LIVE WELL AT A TIME



ATTENTION:  Two new prizes have been added.  These will be for the nearest weight of a bass weighed in for the day of 2 lbs. and 3 lbs.  The prize for these will be $100.00 each.



Monday, March 13, 2017

Buyer Beware: Understanding Property Disclosures - REBAC article.

FOR BUYERS: GET THE WHOLE STORY 
The last thing you want right after buying your dream home is to find out you were missing crucial information. As an Accredited Buyer’s Representative (ABR®), I am here to make sure your home purchase is full of excitement and not surprise expenses! 


Buyer Beware: Understanding Property Disclosures by REBAC Staff. ©2016 REBAC.net.   

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Monday, February 27, 2017

FOR BUYERS: FIVE STAR SERVICE
As a first time homebuyer, it’s more than fair to expect guidance and advice from your real estate agent as you progress through the home buying process. I am an Accredited Buyer’s Representative (ABR®), and I specialize in first time homebuyers, and I promise to make your needs my priority and find you your perfect home. 


When Buying a Home, Which Level of Service Do You Want? by REBAC Staff. © 2016 REBAC.net

Friday, December 9, 2016

A Great Man From Our Mississippi.

REP. HARPER SELECTED AS CHAIR OF COMMITTEE ON HOUSE ADMINISTRATION

Dec 2, 2016 Issues: Congressional Issues
WASHINGTON – Last night, U.S. Representative Gregg Harper (R-Miss.) was selected as Chairman of the Committee on House Administration for the 115th Congress by House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI).
Harper made the following statement upon his appointment, “I am so honored that Speaker Ryan has trusted me to take on the responsibilities of Chairman of the Committee on House Administration,” said Congressman Harper. “As the Committee that oversees the operations of the House of Representatives, I will work hard to ensure that the institution runs in an effective and efficient manner as we tackle the challenges facing our country. I look forward to working with this upcoming Congress and the new administration as we enact real change toward building a Better Way for a Confident America.”
In his announcement of Harper’s appointment, Speaker Paul Ryan said:
“It is such a privilege to appoint my friend and colleague Gregg Harper as Chairman of the Committee on House Administration. His experience, sense of fairness, and good nature will serve the committee and the country well. I look forward to working with Gregg as we strive to meet the highest standards of stewardship on behalf of the American people.”
Rep. Candice Miller (R-MI), the outgoing Chairman of the Committee, congratulated Chairman Harper on his appointment:
“I sincerely congratulate Gregg Harper on his appointment as Chairman of the Committee on House Administration. Gregg’s prior service on the Committee and tenure in the House of Representatives will be an invaluable asset as he leads the Committee as Chairman and helps to guide our Institution forward. This Committee has the responsibility to ensure that the House runs in an effective and efficient manner, and I am confident he will meet these challenges and responsibilities over the next two years. I applaud Speaker Ryan on making this important appointment and I wish Gregg all the best as he takes on this chairmanship.”
The Committee on House Administration is a standing committee of the House of Representatives with a vast oversight responsibility, including: federal elections; the day-to-day operations of the House; the administration of the House office buildings and facilities of the House on Capitol Hill; the budgets of other House committees and each Member’s office; and the oversight of the United States Capitol Police; the Library of Congress; the Government Printing Office; the Smithsonian Institution; the Clerk of the House; the Chief Administrative Officer; the Sergeant at Arms; the House Inspector General; and the Architect of the Capitol. In addition to the disposition of election contests, the Committee's jurisdiction over federal elections includes federal election administration and campaign finance across the United States.
Rep. Harper will also continue to serve as a member of the Committee on Energy and Commerce, where this past Congress he served on three subcommittees: Environment and the Economy; Commerce, Manufacturing and Trade; and Energy and Power, serving as the vice-chairman of the Subcommittee on Environment and the Economy. He will also continue to serve on the Joint Committee on the Library of Congress and the Joint Committee on Printing.

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