On October 5, 2019, over 100 Northwest Mississippi Community College students performed a valuable community service: they helped DeSoto County Residents dispose of accumulated household items at the Lander’s Civic Center Complex in Southaven, MS.
DeSoto County’s Annual Household Hazardous Waste Day 10-5-2019: recycling tires.
NWCC Biology Instructor, Dr. Lindsay Massie, organized students for the event hosted by Mr. Ray Laughter, DeSoto County Director of Environmental Services/Parks and Greenways.
Dr. Lindsay Massie helping DeSoto County residents.
Unload area: Kammylynn Woxen (blue gloved hand on car trunk lid), Allen Ward (glasses), Brian Wages (side view beard), Jessica Ovall (maroon jacket, blue hat), Coy Roberts (standing by big box), James Barrett (above left set of orange boxes) and Jose Guerrero (head is visible above the back middle orange box).
Megan Gallimore, Jordan Banks and Maggie Neal getting ready to unload vehicles.
Michael Boone directs traffic.
Amanda tells what comes next.
Bob Bakken, Journalist (DeSoto County Times/ Tribune), Morgan Morris, Ashlee Clum (delivering water to workers).
Working the dumpsters…one of the most sweltering jobs. Dane Darby, Drake Darby (back container), Adam DaPrato (front).
Good times as the cars roll in! Mellonice Houston is working the car line in the back of this picture *somewhere*. Tamara Rice is standing immediately to the right of the cone.
Enjoying the moment: Ray Laughter and Vanessa Lynchard with NWCC students.
Initial Group picture: Carley Laney
Melissa Herring, Rolecia Johnson (unload area)
Tonian Currie (intake area)
Paige Lyons (inventory list, main road)
HAZARDOUS HOUSEHOLD WASTE DAY 2019 FLYER