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Historic Midway School

The historic Midway School which was built in 1926 is a major asset to the Midway Community, as well as to the county.  It is a visual link from the now famous town of Holcut which was the only town completely acquired for construction of the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway.  The Midway School is operated by the Tishomingo County Historical & Genealogical Society and is home to the Midway Volunteer Homemakers.

The newly renovated school is available for rental for $75.00 per day. The facility offers indoor restrooms, a full functional kitchen, and a banquet area.  The auditorium features a seating capacity of up to 200 people and a stage for performing and/or displaying.   

To check the availability for your next event call Sybil Hodge at 662-423-9031. 

Would you like to contribute to the continued renovation of the building and grounds or to honor a student or teacher?  Mail donations to Linda Hester, Treasurer, P.O. Box 54, Iuka, MS  38852 or call 662-423-6282.

 Contact Us | | Last Updated: April 22, 2014