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The Beverly Carol celebrates its grand opening with a ribbon cutting



Vicksburg celebrated the opening of a new vacation home yesterday with a ribbon cutting in the heart of the city.

“The downtown area is thriving, and we are super excited about it,” said Angela Jenkins, owner of The Beverly Carol, during today’s event.

The fully renovated “eclectic Victorian” house, built in 1910, is located at 1219 Adams St., across the street from Walnut Hills restaurant. The location provides visitors with easy access to the city’s amenities.

Jenkins says she chose the name in honor of her mother.

“I wanted to leave a legacy for my family,” she said. “My mother is my queen and I wanted to honor her.”

Vicksburg Mayor George Flaggs Jr. was in attendance at the ribbon cutting, and he commented on the The Beverly Carol’s economic value for the city.

“This is a great day for Vicksburg,” he said. “It goes to show you that you can come right here to Vicksburg and invest, start and grow a business.”

The Beverly Carol sleeps up to 18 people and features a large game room, a fully equipped kitchen and an office among its many amenities.

For more information or to make a reservation, visit The Beverly Carol Facebook page, or

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