1997 Regular Session
By: Representatives Thornton, Bailey, Banks, Barnett (116th), Barnett (92nd), Blackmon, Bourdeaux, Bowles, Bozeman, Broomfield, Brown, Cameron, Capps, Chaney, Clark, Clarke, Coleman (29th), Coleman (65th), Comans, Compretta, Cummings, Davis (102nd), Davis (7th), Dedeaux, Denny, Dickson, Eaton, Ellington, Ellis, Ellzey, Endt, Evans, Flaggs, Ford, Formby, Foster, Franks, Fredericks, Frierson, Gadd, Gibbs, Green (34th), Green (72nd), Green (96th), Grist, Guice, Hamilton, Henderson (26th), Henderson (9th), Holden, Holland, Horne, Howell, Huddleston, Hudson, Janus, Johnson, Ketchings, King, Livingston, Malone, Manning, Maples, Markham, Martinson, McBride, McCoy, McInnis, Middleton, Miles, Miller, Mitchell, Moak, Montgomery, Moody, Moore, Morris, Moss, Myers, Nettles, Peranich, Perkins, Perry, Read, Reeves, Reynolds, Robertson, Robinson (63rd), Robinson (84th), Rogers, Ross, Rotenberry, Ryan, Saucier, Scott (17th), Scott (80th), Short, Shows, Simmons (100th), Simmons (37th), Simpson, Smith (27th), Smith (35th), Smith (39th), Stevens, Straughter, Stribling, Stringer, Taylor, Vince, Walker, Wallace, Warren, Watson, Weathersby, Wells-Smith, Williams, Woods, Young
House Resolution 39
(As Adopted by House)
A RESOLUTION ESTABLISHING APRIL 19, 1997, AS MISSISSIPPI FIRE FIGHTER'S MEMORIAL BURN CENTER DAY.
WHEREAS, in recognition of the valiant members of Mississippi fire departments across the state and their many friends and supporters and for the purpose of promoting uniformity of efforts and to provide greater organization in their fund drives to assist the Mississippi Fire Fighter's Memorial Burn Unit:
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI, That we do hereby establish and designate April 19 as Mississippi Fire Fighter's Memorial Burn Center Day and encourage citizens throughout the state actively to support and contribute to the Mississippi Burn Unit.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That copies of this resolution be furnished to the Mississippi Fire Fighter's Memorial Burn Center and members of the Capitol Press Corps.