Moss Point Exhibit, 3

Last week’s Moss Point exhibit was a great success. It was well-attended by city officials and community leaders, designers, and interested citizens of Moss Point and neighboring communities. I took lots of photos, which you can see on Flickr (65 photos). WLOX News did a piece on the exhibit as well. Here’s a quick look at the exhibit and the events of the evening:

Mayor Xavier Bishop (l) and GCCDS Director David Perkes discuss the model of downtown Moss Point.

Outgoing Moss Point Mayor Xavier Bishop (l) and GCCDS Director David Perkes discuss the model of downtown Moss Point.

A portion of the exhibit discussing the topics of commerce, City Hall, and the environment.

A portion of the exhibit discussing the topics of commerce, City Hall, and the environment.

A riverfront pavilion is shown along Denny Street in the model of downtown Moss Point.

A riverfront pavilion is shown along Denny Street in the model of downtown Moss Point.

The Scruggs Center is the location for the exhibit, which will be on display through June 1st. Open hours are Saturdays from Noon until 5 p.m. and Tuesday and Thursday from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m.

The Scruggs Center is the location for the exhibit, which will be on display through June 1st. Open hours are Saturdays from Noon until 5 p.m. and Tuesday and Thursday from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m.

GCCDS member Nadene Mairesse (r) and community members discuss the model of downtown Moss Point.

Exhibit attendees, including GCCDS designer Nadene Mairesse (r), discuss the model of downtown Moss Point.

GCCDS Director David Perkes presents the Moss Point exhibit in front of the crowd of community leaders, designers, and interested citizens.

GCCDS Director David Perkes presents the Moss Point exhibit in front of the crowd of city officials, community leaders, designers, and interested citizens.

See the rest of my photos on Flickr (65 photos).


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