Waveland Alderman Jeremy Burke reports on the St. Clare Seafood Festival and the new recycling bin at the Waveland City Hall.
On Friday evening, Got Groove will be performing; Saturday at 1:00 Elvis will be entertaining; Saturday evening, Category 6 perform; and Ross Grisham will play at 2:00 on Sunday. Later that evening Philman Ladner and the 3 C's will get the music going until the St. Clare Seafood Festival comes to a close with a great fireworks display. There is also classic car show starting at 8 a.m. on Saturday on the church grounds.
In addition to the festival, the 6th annual St. Clare Seafood Festival 5K race will take place on the Waveland boardwalk on Saturday, May 27, at 8 a.m. See run/walk registration details here.
Please make plans to have a good time while supporting St. Clare this Memorial Day weekend.
Waveland is excited to announce improvements to trash and recycling services offered to citizens. Waste Management has placed a community recycling bin in the parking lot of Waveland City Hall.
The recycling bin is funded by the Hancock County Solid Waste Authority. The bin provides an opportunity for Waveland residents not to go outside the city limit to dispose of their recyclable goods. The recycling bin will be emptied every Monday.
What can you put in the recycling bin?