Shelby Perez is a Southern California native who graduated from the University of Alabama’s Telecommunication and Film program (Roll Tide!). During her time in college, she interned for WVUA 23 News.
In her free time, Shelby enjoys meeting new people, watching her boyfriend coach football games, petting dogs, taking spin and yoga classes and going to the movies. She loves Diet Coke and her family’s guacamole recipe.
Shelby is excited to call Hattiesburg home and be part of the Pine Belt community.
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The year is winding down, Christmas decorations are going back into storage and gift boxing and packaging are ready to be thrown out. Before you toss them in your regular trash, be sure to keeping them out of sight of potential burglars.
Christmas day is associated with family time and meals. Some choose to travel to a family member’s house, some prepare a dish at home and others drive over to a restaurant to enjoy their Christmas meal.
The culinary arts program at Hattiesburg High School unveiled their new classroom with a ribbon cutting Tuesaday. The building was renovated and decorated for the 20 culinary students enrolled in the program.
Most people associate food with the holidays. A huge turkey dinner or prime rib, whatever the tradition is, involves consuming lots of calories. Some may be good for you, but more times than not, it means, sugars, sweets, and treats.