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15
Mar

Bill, Vicki Sky to perform at Pisgah Baptist

Pisgah Baptist Church is happy to announce that Bill and Vicki Sky will be in concert on Sunday, March 19 starting at 6:36 p.m. Bill and Vicki Sky have delighted audiences for the past 25 years offering a rich musical tapestry of Americana gospel.

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15
Mar

Marthaville news

The Robeline/Marthaville Water system meeting got kicked off right on time on Monday evening at 6:00 pm, my building was full with customers as well as others to see just what all has taken place since the last meeting. Was the meeting good, not really. Did we learn anything? We sure did and it was about another bill for $ 4,918.00 for computers, that we now owe on a credit card! Unbelievable!

For now our new board members consists of: Don Perez, Johnny Ledet, Pam Dyes and Carroll Daniels. We are still one board member short but to my understanding, they do have someone in mind.

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Wed
08
Mar

Marthaville News

NSU Elementary Lab School Team 5 consist of these players, from left to right, J.J. Vercher, Teegan McKnight, William Terrell and Cade Coleman.

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08
Mar

Zwolle-Ebarb VFW awards Patriot’s Pen award

Each year, Zwolle-Ebarb Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5187 invites sixth, seventh, and eighth graders to participate in their Patriot’s Pen competition. “The America I Believe In” was the theme of the 2016-2017 contest.

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01
Mar

Converse High robotics team places second in regional robotics competition

Approximately 950 future innovators from Bossier, Caddo, Natchitoches, Sabine, and Webster Parishes and Miller County, Arkansas, registered to compete in the 2016-2017 Regional Autonomous Robotics Circuit (RARC) of Northwest Louisiana Competition 2 on Saturday, February 11 at the Bossier Civic Center. RARC is a series of three cyber and science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) competitions for students in grades 3-12. The competitions require teams to program their robots to autonomously navigate a large competition mat and successfully accomplish tasks related to this year’s RARC theme, Powering the Future.

 

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01
Mar

Over 175 gardeners get “Down and Dirty” at Cypress Bend

On Saturday, February 18, over 175 gardeners from across east Texas and Louisiana got down and dirty with the Sabine Master Gardeners at their 14th Annual Down and Dirty Garden Seminar. Greg Gant was the first speaker. He hails from deep in the piney woods of Texas, and charmed guests with his wit and humor.

 

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Wed
22
Feb

4-Hers show appreciation for school board members

LSU AgCenter associate vice president Mark Tassin said he likes to say he brings 4-H to the kids, the kids don’t come to 4-H.

“The only way we can bring 4-H to the kids is by being in the schools,” he said. ”Some of these kids don’t have transportation, and without us being in the schools, some of these kids can’t participate.”

Tassin told the school board members that “we want our 4-H membership to look like Louisiana, with the different cultures, accents, sizes, shapes and colors.”

 

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Wed
22
Feb

LSMSA Foundation raises record amount during eighth annual phonathon

A record amount of money was donated during the eighth annual phonathon held Feb. 6-9 and sponsored by the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts Foundation.

The event raised more than $94,800, the most in the phonathon’s history. Gifts came from 460 individual donors, nearly 19 percent of which were first-time donors to LSMSA.

Sixty-four unique student volunteers completed nearly 4,000 phone calls to parents, alumni and other friends of LSMSA to seek their support. Additionally, a small group of four alumni volunteers in Houston and Seattle made coordinated phone calls to alumni friends to help raise funds.

 

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Wed
15
Feb

Scout Sunday celebrated

Many Boy Scout Troop 80 and Cub Scout Pack 80, both sponsored by the First United Church of Many, celebrated Scout Sunday on February 5 during the morning worship service. Serving as acolytes were Ross Voorheis and Hunter Atkins. The colors were posted by Hunter Atkins, Conner Lewing and Maddox Lapp. Voorheis, serving as liturgist, welcomed the congregation and made several announcements, prior to the Call to Worship.

 

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15
Feb

Longtime Methodist nursery worker retires; honored by UMW for service

Known as “Miss Silvia” to the children, she was a faithful and loving woman, who watched after the babies and small children each Sunday in the church nursery. Accompanied by her family to worship service at the First United Methodist Church on Sunday, January 29, she was surprised to be honored not only during services but afterward with a large reception.

 

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