Sabine Hall of Fame inducts Linda Curtis-Sparks, March 26

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Former Speaker of the House Joe Salter is shown presenting an engraved plaque honoring Linda Curtis-Sparks as the 22nd inductee into the Sabine Hall of Fame. (Photo by The Sabine Index)

The fifth woman inductee and 22nd honoree of the Sabine Hall of Fame, Linda Curtis-Sparks, gracefully accepted her place in history while accepting the prestigious honor on Tuesday night, March 26 at Siloam Baptist Church. Former Speaker of the House Joe Salter made the presentation.

Surrounded by her family, she thanked the Board of Directors, members of the Sabine Parish Tourist Commission and close friends Bonnie Fox Miles, Judy Cathey and Edith Palmer.

Curtis-Sparks joins her brother, John W. Curtis, who was inducted into the Sabine Hall of Fame in 2016. They are the first brother-sister duo to be honored.

During her acceptance speech, which included a number of personal stories from childhood, she specifically mentioned:



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