n TUPELO - The Tupelo Automobile Museum will celebrate the arrival of summer with Corvette Summer through Saturday. Admission is $7.50 adults; $5 children ages 5 to 12; ages 4 and younger free. Museum hours are 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday; noon until 5 p.m. on Sunday. (662) 842-4242.
n NEW ALBANY - Patricia Neely-Dorsey will discuss her book, "Reflections of a Mississippi Magnolia," at noon today at the Union County Library.
n WALNUT - Dance from 7 p.m. until midnight today at the VFW. $5 cover charge. No one under age 12 allowed. (662) 423-6233.
n RIENZI - Dance from 7p.m. until midnight today at the Lazy L. $5 cover charge; under age 16 free. (662) 423-6233.
And more ...
n For the Daily Journal's complete listing of area entertainment, museums and parks, read the "Scene" section each Thursday. For a listing for the upcoming week, see Sunday's Living section.
For your information
n Mike Tonos 6/14/10
Copies of old photographs are being sought by a group that is putting together a pictorial history of Lee County. The public is asked to take old photographs for scanning on Wednesdays from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Lee County Library. Pictures will be given back to their owners as soon as the images are scanned. Members of the group are Boyd Yarbrough, Mem Leake, Bill Lyle, David Baker, Dick Hill and Julian Riley.
n Northeast Mississippi Down Syndrome Society and Civitan International are working together to raise funds to place a Civitan Emerging Scholar at the Civitan International Research Center to study Down Syndrome.
A Wheel-a-thon will be held Saturday at the Tupelo High School track. Registration is $20 per wheeler (individual on people-powered wheels, such as a bicycle, wheelchairs, etc.) or per wheel team (one rider and one pusher, puller or peddler). Each wheeler or wheel team can also solicit per lap sponsorships. Registration will be from 7:28 to 8:28 a.m. The laps will take place from 8:33 to 9:33 a.m. Prizes will be awarded to the wheeler and wheel team doing the most laps and to the wheeler or wheel team that raises the most money.
To get a sponsorship form, call David Neilsen at (662) 213-3024. For more information, call Neilsen, Scott Knight at (662) 871-2387 or Michaela Compton at (662) 321-9382.
n Tupelo's residents living south of Main Street will have recycling pickup Wednesday morning. Residents north of Main Street will have pickup next Wednesday.
n The following reports were filed this weekend and released by the Lee County Sheriff's Department on Monday.
Tupelo Police Department
* A Lake Street resident reported she received harassing phone calls.
* A woman on McCullough Boulevard reported a lost wallet.
* A Mitchell Street resident reported receiving harassing phone calls.
* A man on Main Street reported a stolen checkbook.
* A man on Park Street was arrested on contempt of court charges.
* A woman reported her brother took her truck without permission.
* A woman on Veterans Boulevard reported she was assaulted.
* Two men were arrested on Gloster Street for fighting.
* A man on Main Street was arrested on careless driving charges.
* A woman on Eason Boulevard was arrested on contempt of court charges.
* A man on Ackia Trail reported stolen dogs.
* A woman on Gloster Street was arrested on charges of driving under the influence.
* A man on Jackson Street was arrested on contempt of court charges.
* Three men on Commerce Street were arrested on contempt of court charges.
* A woman on Ida Street reported a stolen wallet.
* A woman on Main Street reported cash and her cell phone were stolen.
* A man on Commerce Street was arrested on contempt of court charges.
Lee County Sheriff's Department
* A County Road 151 resident reported a reckless driver on the road.
* A County Road 1350 resident reported damage to her mailbox.
* A Birmingham Ridge Road resident reported items stolen from his home.
* A woman on Drive 1209 reported damage to her vehicle.
* A Drive 1209 resident reported a disturbance.
* A Highway 363 resident reported a possible prowler.
* A County Road 821 resident reported malnourished horses.
* A woman on County Road 1557 reported she was bitten by a dog.
* A County Road 199 resident reported she was being threatened.
* A County Road 885 resident reported damage to her mailbox and sign.
* A Highway 6 resident reported having problems with her neighbors.
* A woman driving on County Road 931 hit a horse.
* A man on Highway 178 reported items were stolen from his storage shed.
* A Road 185 resident reported she was assaulted and harassed.
* A Chesterville Road resident reported a trespasser.
* A County Road 154 resident reported suspicious males walking down the road.
* A County Road 445 resident reported a pit bull was attacking their dog.
* A County Road 1460 resident reported items were stolen from his vehicle.
* A County Road 151 resident reported a dangerous dog.
* A a woman on Industrial Park Road reported damage to her car after running over an animal.
* A Cotton Gin Road resident reported she was assaulted.
Anyone with information on any of these crimes is urged to call the Tupelo Police Department at (662) 841-6491, the Lee County Sheriff's Department at 841-9041, or Crime Stoppers at (800) 773-TIPS.