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Tue
23
Jun
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Art guild to have special guest

The month of July will likely be hot and steamy, but one thing that will be cool is the showing of photographs by the Cane River Photographic Society at the De-pot Art Guild (CRPS), which marks the first of many monthly guests of the guild.

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Wed
17
Jun
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SCOA sponsors Community

Representing Prism Physical Therapy was Taylor Cedars and on hand for Meridian Medical Supply was David Hebert, two of the many exhibitors at the Community Health Fair. 
 
Wed
10
Jun
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Noble reunion locked for June 13

The 26th Annual Noble High School Reunion will be held on Satuday, June 13 at Pat’s Place in Zwolle from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

 

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Wed
10
Jun
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Funderburk graduates from Louisiana College

Caleb Lynn Funderburk of Florien graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Christian Studies at Louisiana College’s 158th Commencement cer-emony, May 16. Funderburk was one of 148 LC graduates on which the college conferred degrees.“Our graduation ceremo-ny represents the Super Bowl of higher education,” said Louisiana College president Dr. Rick Brewer. 

 

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Wed
03
Jun
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Kids Hope completes mentoring for school year at Many Elementary

Eight members of the First United Methodist Church of Many completed their second year of mentoring students at Many Elementary prior to the end of the school year.
 
Wed
03
Jun
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Poppies distributed for Memorial Day

Shown showing their patriotism by assisting in the distribution of poppies on Memorial Day are Anna Green Alan Fulton, Hannah Lancaster, Gabe Thomas, Hannah Webb, and Emily Holcomb.
 
Wed
27
May
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FFA’ers compete and win

On January 13,Samantha Simmons participated in the FFA Dis-trict 5 Contest, held in Converse, Louisiana, placing First in the Extemporaneous Speaking event. Just two days later on Janu-ary 15, Simmons participated in the Area 2 Speaking contest only to place First in the Extemporaneous Speaking again. On June first Simmons will participate at the Louisiana State FFA Convention in the State Extemporaneous Speaking Event.

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Wed
27
May
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Students donate to Kids Hope program

Northwestern State University education students in an early childhood methods class donated materials for literacy bags for children in the Kids Hope program at Parks Elementary and L.P. Vaughn. Members of the class were, front row from left, Makayla Thompson, Ja’Marion Kelly, Ricky Scott, Jaydra Lewis, Tommy Wiley, Jaleah Jackson, Zikiyia White, Ellegence Moses-Nicholas. On the second row are Sha’micheal Newton, Daimian Thronton, Ter’von Holden, Justin Landrus, Ashanti Lynch and Hailey Golston. Standing are classroom aid Jeannie Remo with students who delivered supplies to Janna Maggio’s class. Students are Ronny Maines of Leesville, Kayla Roge of Natchitoches, Danielle Veuleman of Olla, Marie Hebert of Maurice, Andrea Farrell of Provencal, Lauren Johnson of Chestnut, Destiny Williams of Stanley, Danielle Carter of Pineville, Savannah Cox of Logansport and Caitlin Nesmith of Bossier City.

Wed
20
May
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Bank of Montgomery closes loan for Integrico Composites

Numerous people were involved in attaining Bank of Montgomery’s USDA Rural Development Loan including, from left, Donnie Wooley (President of Ark-La-Tex Financial Consultants), Scott Mack (President and CEO Integrico Composites of Louisiana), Stephen Van Sickle (BOM Vice President & Rural Development Lender), Jared Hicks (Business Programs Director for USDA Rural Development), and Charles Soileau, Sr. (Partner, Soileau Law Firm).
 
Wed
20
May
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“A Bad Year for Tomatoes” slated at Sabine Theatre

The Sabine Parish Players will be kicking off their theatre season with hilarious comedy, “A Bad Year For Tomatoes” on Friday, May 29 at 7 p.m. Other performances are scheduled for Saturday, May 30 at 7 p.m. and a Sunday, May 31 matinee at 2 p.m. Tickets ($8) may be purchased at the Box Office prior to the performance.
 

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