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If you're looking for a way to cut back on the amount of snail mail you receive, you may be interested in trying a nonprofit called Catalog Choice. Jackie has used this site plenty to stop receiving many unwanted catalogs. 

To opt out of receiving offers of credit or insurance in the mail, allows you to choose to remove your name either temporarily (for five years) or permanently from the lists supplied by the Consumer Credit Reporting Agencies.

If you are receiving mail addressed to someone who has passed away, you can visit the Data & Marketing Association's website and complete the Deceased Do Not Contact Registration form to eliminate the name from the prospecting campaigns.

These services are all free.
Innovative technology continues to increase our options! If you want to have a meeting, but don't want to drive to our office, we're happy to meet with you online. With Zoom, we can send you a link that will allow you to see and hear us on your device. Let us know if you'd like to set up a cloud meeting!
The Mississippi Book Festival is just a couple of weeks away. If you're planning on attending, be sure to stop by our tent in the Authors Alley and see us! The annual "literary lawn party" kicks off at 9 am on Saturday, August 18 at the Mississippi State Capitol Building.
Ryder writes a monthly column for Parents & Kids Magazine.
To read past columns, click the image below.

Earlier this year, the Friends of Chakchiuma Swamp and the City of Grenada dedicated the Lee Tartt Nature Preserve. The Preserve is located on the edge of downtown Grenada and offers kayaking, canoeing, hiking trails, bird-watching, and a unique array of plants and animals. 

Grenada is described as "a rare place where the natural world and public land not only surrounds but also exists in the very heart of downtown. The Chakchiuma Swamp is 300 acres of city owned property with oxbow lakes and bottomland forest on the lower Yalobusha River. It’s located on Main St., 5 minutes from the square in downtown Grenada."

To fund the Preserve, people have been "buying" the area's trees for their timber value, starting at $25. Susan "bought" two trees and received detailed instructions on how to locate those trees when she visits the area. The picture above is a link to the next monthly Nature Walk.

To read the Clarion Ledger's piece about the area, click HERE
If you are ever interested in joining Ryder and Susan for lunch at Rotary, they're happy to have you as their guest! They are members of the Madison-Ridgeland Rotary Club and meet each Thursday at noon for a hot meal at Embassy Suites in Ridgeland. For a list of upcoming speakers, click HERE

Alternatively, if you'd like to be a speaker at one of their club's meeting, you're more than welcome!

And if you're ever in need of a notary, Jackie and Susan are notaries public. Just stop by the office!
If you need to reach us, give our office a call 601.991.3158 or send us an email:
Nancy Lottridge Anderson, Ph.D., CFA:
Ryder Taff, CFA, CIPM:
Jackie Wright:
Susan E. McAdory, MBA:
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