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Karen Sims - Pregnancy Choices of Hattiesburg

Karen Sims holds a Master of Marriage and Family Counseling degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, TX.  She has been married to Allen Sims, Music Minister at FBC, Purvis, for 23 years. They have two children, Katie-20 (recently crowned MS WCU) and Cody-16.
Karen has been serving in pregnancy center ministries for over 20 years. She began her ministry in Fort Worth, TX, relocated to Jackson, MS, and was honored to help start and direct the Center for Pregnancy Choices in Meridian, MS.
Karen considers it a privilege to serve the Lord in this special area of ministry.  She also looks forward to serving alongside the staff and volunteers of PCH to offer a place of value, truth and hope.


Ken Thompson

I spent most of my working career as a Petroleum Engineer, working along the Gulf Coast in Texas and Louisiana, and offshore in the Gulf of Mexico. I have also worked as a financial representative and stock broker.
I have been a Rotarian since 2000, having served as Club President in 2008-2009. I was chairman of the Slidell Heritage Festival for three years, a joint venture between the Rotary Clubs of Slidell and Slidell Northshore.  I have participated in about ten Matching Grants and Global Grants, and traveled twice to Mexico to immunize children against polio. My current Rotary duties are District 6840 International Service Director, District Newsletter Editor, and District Website Manager ( I am also a ShelterBox Ambassador for the Louisiana and Mississippi areas. ShelterBox is a Rotary Project Partner.
I enjoy photography, travel, theater, choral singing, and writing.


Hattiesburg High School Principal, Jermaine Brown; Millicent Krebs, and Jarrius Adams.

On Tuesday, March 24, the Rotary Club of Hattiesburg welcomed Hattiesburg High School Principal, Jermaine Brown, as its program. Accompanying Mr. Brown were two very impressive Hattiesburg High students: Millicent Krebs and Jarrius Adams. Among the many academic accolades each possess, both are award winning in the area of public speaking and debate with Adams competing at the national levels. Each shared their love of Hattiesburg High School and both will attend college in the fall. Millicent will be attending the University of Alabama, and Jarius will be attending the University of Mississippi. 
Jermaine Brown is the brother of our own Jerome Brown.  For more on Jermaine, click here
L-R: Wes Brooks, Millicent Krebs, Jarrius Adams, Jermaine Brown, and Jerome Brown.


The Paul P. Harris Memorial

Very recently our own Jerome Brown was able to visit the Paul P. Harris Memorial while in Chicago, IL. Many thanks to him for sharing these images with us!
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