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  • Bandage Dresses (Wednesday, October 16 13 10:22 pm EDT)

    For a hundred years, Exchange Club volunteer efforts have supported the needs of the country and of local communities, making it the country’s oldest American service organization operating
    exclusively in the United States. Its second oldest club is the Exchange Club in Toledo, Ohio formed in 1913.

  • Teresa C. Evans (Friday, May 10 13 12:03 pm EDT)

    I wish to thank Exchange Club of Tupelo for their gracious efforts concerning the Family Resource Center. We appreciate all you do!

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Just ran across your web page and wanted to take time to wish all of you continued success in supporting the ideals and principles of the Exchange.  After serving as District President, I continued the work of Exchange through involvement in the first Board of Directors for the our first Child Abuse Prevention center in Jackson.  In June of 1987, I began a job with BellSouth that took me out of the country for the next year and a half returning in late 1988 with a job move to Birmingham.  In 1991, I moved to a job in Florida where I live today.  It's a small town right at the front door of the Kennedy Space Center in Titusville, Florida.
Sure miss all the Exchangites over in Mississippi and often think of you fondly.  I still get to Mississippi to visit family and friends on occasion.
Best Wishes to all
Richard Loveless, Past MS District Exchange President 1984


Club officers
Please update the
e-mail addresses of your members. The Mississippi District is no longer printing a bulletin but an e-mail version is being sent to all members. Contact
Denise Strub with help in updating e-mail addresses or any other questions.

Are you interested in becoming a member? For more information, contact a club in your community, your local Chamber of Commerce, or any district officer. We look forward to hearing from you!