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19
Feb
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MES names Students of the Week

Many Elementary School is pleased to announce their Students of the Week for February 10-14.

Students named in Pre-K are Elizabeth Newman, Kinzley Parrie, Luke Flowers, Major Wright, Ay’Ana Lessard, and August Mc-Lendon.

Kindergarten students named are Levi Isgitt, Maitlyn Knippers, Cadarielle Marks, Millee Mount, and Emmalee Hunter.

 

 

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Zwolle-Ebarb VFW Post 5187 presents program awards

Zwolle-Ebarb VFW Post 5187 presents program awards

Pictured from left are Walt Korb, VFW Quartermaster; Katy Bass, 1st place Patriot’s Pen winner; Benny Garcie, VFW Commander; and Pat Getschel, Auxiliary President.

Zwolle-Ebarb VFW Post 5187 presents program awards

Annabell Bagley, 2nd place Patriot’s Pen winner, is pictured with VFW representatives.

Zwolle-Ebarb VFW Post 5187 presents program awards

Amanda McFarlain, Negreet Junior High School, Zwolle-Ebarb VFW Teacher of the Year with VFW representatives.

Zwolle-Ebarb VFW Post 5187 presents program awards

Alison Ezernack, Converse Elementary School, Zwolle-Ebarb VFW Teacher of the Year with VFW representatives.

Zwolle-Ebarb VFW Post 5187 presents program awards

Kristy Steele, Zwolle High School, Zwolle-Ebarb VFW Teacher of the Year with VFW representatives.

The Zwolle-Ebarb VFW Post 5187 and Auxiliary participate in many programs throughout the year. Great things are happening at this Post.

Auxiliary membership is getting recognition at the State of Louisiana level. Community members are recognized through the organization for their exemplary work as teachers, students and patriotic awareness issues. The VFW and Auxiliary are very proud of the representation in three of the programs, Voice of Democracy (open to students grades 9-12), Patriot’s Pen (students grades 6-8), both with theme “What Makes America Great” and Smart/Maher VFW National Citizenship Education Teacher Award Program.

Winning entries for the 2019-2020 were James Anthony Ebarb, Zwolle High School student for Voice of Democracy, Katy Bass, Converse High School student for Patriot’s Pen First Place and Annabelle Bagley, Converse High School student for Patriot’s Pen Second Place.

 

 

Wed
12
Feb
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Zwolle-Ebarb VFW donates to local nursing homes

Zwolle-Ebarb VFW donates to local nursing homes

The Zwolle-Ebarb VFW and Auxiliary purchased blankets and made donations to all three Sabine Parish nursing homes: Toledo Nursing Center in Zwolle, Many Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center, and Sabine Retirement and Rehabilitation Center in Many specifically for the veterans. 

 

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12
Feb
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City Bank sponsors Sabine’s Got Talent

City Bank sponsors Sabine’s Got Talent

City Bank is proud to sponsor and provide a gift basket for the upcoming “Sabine’s Got Talent Event” hosted by the Easter Seals of Louisiana. The event was Friday, February 7, at the Sabine Theater in Many. Pictured is Mackenzie Morgan and Bernie Bitting of the Easter Seals of Louisiana and Jamie Vincent of City Bank.

 

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Wed
05
Feb
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MES names Students of the Week

Many Elementary School is pleased to name their Students of the Week for January 27-31.

The Pre-K Students of the Week are Trenton Smith, Alivia Maxie, Lionel Spencer, Karman Isbell, McKenzye Beasley, Paisley Langton, Kayden Collier, and Annabeth Cloutier.

Kindergarten students named include Leisha Levy, McKenzie Holden, Oliver Harmer, AuJarion Brumfield, and Christine Johnson.

 

 

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05
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NSU’s Spring N-Side View set for February 29

Northwestern State University will hold its annual Spring N-Side View Saturday, Feb. 29.

Registration will begin at 8 a.m. in the Orville Hanchey Art Gallery and the program starts at 9 a.m.

As part of Spring N-Side View, representatives from each of Northwestern State’s colleges will be on hand to explain degree programs offered at NSU. Staff from the financial aid, housing and scholarship offices will also be available to answer questions. A student panel will give a unique perspective on the university. An orientation program for parents will also be held. A campus tour will also be part of Spring N-Side View.

 

 

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Wed
29
Jan
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NSU plans Educators Rising Louisiana Conference

The Gallaspy College of Education and Human Development at Northwestern State University will host the 2020 Educators Rising Louisiana Conference for over 235 high school students who want to become educators on Wednesday, February 19.

“We are super excited to host the first EdRising state conference in Louisiana. Several other universities have hosted regional conferences; however, this year is the first year for the state conference,” said Jessie Church, clinical instructor of the College of Education and conference chair.

Organizers expect more than 235 high school participants, 21 speakers, six competitions and campus tours during the event. Keynote speakers will be Dr. Leslie Blanchard from Louisiana State University, Laurie Savail of the National Integrated Cyber Education Research Center and Chris Dier, 2020 Louisiana Teacher of the Year.

 

Wed
29
Jan
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NSU online general studies program ranked second in country

Northwestern State University’s online Bachelor of General Studies has been ranked as the number two program in the country by onlineschoolsreport.com.

The website ranked programs in 10 areas based on student satisfaction, admission rate, online presence, popularity at school, department size and median debt by program. Data sources include the National Center for Education Statistics and the U.S. Department of Education’s College Scorecard.

According to Executive Director of Academic Advising Steve Hicks, Northwestern State’s general studies curriculum provides flexibility to allow the student’s program to adapt to particular interests, background, time limitations and ultimate career goals. Hicks said a general studies degree “is especially appropriate for a mature person who has, as result of various educational and work experiences, a clear focus and strong commitment to a particular course of study.”

 

Wed
15
Jan
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BOM sponsors Sabine’s Got Talent

BOM sponsors Sabine’s Got Talent

Bank of Montgomery is continuing our sponsorship of the 2020 Sabine’s Got Talent event, all proceeds will benefit Easterseals Louisiana. The event will be on February 7 at 7:00pm at the Many Community Center. In the photo from left to right: Brandy Mitchell and Kayla Sepulvado.

Bank of Montgomery is continuing our sponsorship of the 2020 Sabine’s Got Talent event, all proceeds will benefit Easterseals Louisiana. The event will be on February 7 at 7:00pm at the Many Community Center. In the photo from left to right: Brandy Mitchell and Kayla Sepulvado.

 

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15
Jan
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Leaders Against Litter complete another year of service

Leaders Against Litter complete another year of service

Members of the Leaders Against Litter, which is dedicated to keeping Sabine clean, are shown stuffing bags. Pictured is Georgann McNabb, Mitzi Galligan, and Representative Rodney Schamerhorn. Assisting, but not shown are Sandra Neel, Wanda Rivers, Linda Curtis-Sparks, Beth Boyens, Anne Boyens, Whitney Hart, Arin Barnhill, Linda McCormic, Deb Pennington, and Ricky Yeldell.

The Leaders Against Litter Committee (LAL) has completed another year of working to Keep Sabine Clean! This past year the Committee completed the education of all Sabine Parish school kids in grades K-5, talking to the kids about how litter presents health and environmental, threatens wildlife, and, based on the Parish Litter Ordinance, can result in significant fines.

The Committee also organized a Spring and Fall Trash Bash, encouraging Parish residents to get out and pick up trash. Adults and youth groups, alike, participated, selecting their neighborhood roads and highways, bringing these areas back to the inherent beauty of our parish.

 

 

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