Lifestyle

Wed
18
Mar

Woodsmen help with medical expenses

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Fay McDonald, Modern Woodsmen of America representative, presented Sherman “Trey” Page III of Converse a check for $5,000. A matching funds barbecue lunch was held on Feb. 1 to assist Page with medical expenses incurred from an automo-bile accident.

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Wed
18
Mar

Ebarb, Ponder to wed

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Mr. and Mrs. Norman and Kimberly Procell of Ebarb, are proud to announce the upcoming marriage of their daughter, Megan Markay Ebarb, to Billy Lynn Ponder, son of Mr. And Mrs. Todd and Angela Ponder of Belmont. Megan is the granddaughter of the late Mr. And Mrs. Martin Ebarb and Mrs. Rebecca Procell and the late Mr. Gerald Procell all of Zwolle.

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Wed
11
Mar

“Crappie for Cash” tournament set, April 4

Crappie fever has hit again and the Sabine River Authority is proud to host the ninth an-nual “Crappie for Cash” tournament on Saturday, April 4 at the Cypress Bend Park Pavilion..

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Wed
11
Mar

Old time revival to be held in Marthaville

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Evangelist Craig James will be the preacher when Crossroads Baptist Church in Marthaville has its old time revival and preaching on March 15-18.Services will be at 7 p.m. nightly Sunday through Wednes-day. There will be a special music and testimony time at each service.

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Wed
04
Mar

Kasey’s Heart and Soul Run set for March 14

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Bank of Montgomery is proud to be a $1,000 LOVE Sponsor of the Kasey’s Heart & Soul: Run Walk and roll 15K, 5K & 1 Mile event. In the picture from left to right: Meg Michael, Meredith Dickens-Parker, Tina Ragan, Reba Phelps and Carrie Beth Hough.

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Wed
04
Mar

Fort Jesup CAR attends state conference

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Members of the Fort Jesup Society of the National Society of the Children of the Ameri-can Revolution attended the 64th Annual State Conference of the Louisiana Society in Baton Rouge on Feb. 21.    The members attended the business session of the confer-ence at the Capitol Park Wel-come Center.  Following the business session, the group took a tour of the Capital Park State Museum where they toured the Revolution exhibit and then took part in a scavenger hunt around the museum discover-ing many interesting facts about Louisiana.

 

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Wed
25
Feb

Nicole Marie Guess and Austin Devone Payne

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Nicole Marie Guess and Austin Devone Payne were married on November 22, 2014, at Tyrone Plantation in Alexandria, officiated by Brother Wade Penfield. The bride is the daughter of Jonathan and Mary Guess of Pineville. She is the granddaughter of the late Dr. Milton and Norma Peacock of West Monroe, and Thomas and Peggy Guess of Natchitoches. She is a 2014 graduate of Northwestern State University where she earned an Associate degree in Veterinary Technology.

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Wed
25
Feb

Fiftieth anniversary celebrated

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John and Linda Mona McDonald Koss were married at St. John the Baptist Church in Many on Feb. 20, 1965. They will celebrate the event at a party held in their honor in Pearland, Texas, and in New Orleans. Their union created to children, Eric Christopher Koss of Denver and Gina Deann Drake of McKinney, Texas. They also have two grandchildren, Alexis Drake and Dylan Drake of McKinney. The couple have been retired since 1998 and reside in Pearland, Texas.

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Wed
18
Feb

NSU Theater to present “The Giving Tree”

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Northwestern State University Theatre and Dance will present “The Giving Tree” Feb. 19-22 in the A.A. Fredericks Fine Arts Auditorium. Performance time is at 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 19-21 and at 2 p.m. Feb. 22. Based on the book by Shel Silverstein, “The Giving Tree” is a story alive with happiness and sorrow, brought to live through dance, story-telling and visual art. Admission is $15 for adults and $12 or seniors 65 and older and children 12 and under.
 
Wed
18
Feb

“Down and Dirty” gardening seminar a lock

The Sabine Master Gardeners will host their annual “Down and Dirty” Gardening Seminar on Feb. 28 at Cypress Bend Resort and Conference Center located at 2000 Cypress Bend Parkway, Many. The first featured speaker is Brent Heath of “Brent and Becky’s Bulbs. He will be speaking on “Bulbs and Companion Plants” and “Bulbs for the Southern Garden”. Brent and Becky are daffodil hybridizers and have a number of small, multi-flowered, fragrant hybrids, some of which are available now and others that will be available in the near future.
 

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