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Dec
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“A Christmas Carol” is tradition at theatre in Many in December

Two performances of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” were presented at the Many Community Center on Saturday night, December 9 and again the next afternoon in a matinee. The age-old play has become a holiday tradition in Sabine Parish with Many Bozeman as director and her husband, Bill Osborn, as producer. The talented Sabine Parish Players bring the play to life over and over again.

Young and old alike watch in awe as Ebenezer Scrooge changes from a curmudgeon into a caring old man and how he reaches out to help his employee, Bob Cratchit and family, which includes the crippled boy, Tiny Tim.

 

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Wed
13
Dec
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Sabine Fair, Rodeo Royalty named

The Sabine Fair and Rodeo are pleased to announce their 2017 royalty. Pictured in no particular order are Baby Miss Huntar Stoker, Tiny Miss Kentliegh Woods, Toddler Miss Harper Sepulvado, Little Miss Raliegh White, Petite Miss Chelsie Hall, Deb Miss Cailyn Kay, Junior Miss Kamrhyn Croker, Teen Miss Kaitlyn Foshee, Miss Kristina Horton, and Miss Sabine Fair and Rodeo Anna Campbell.

 

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Wed
13
Dec
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LSMSA hosts Christmas party, cookie exchange

Students and members of the faculty and staff at the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts enjoyed a Christmas party and cookie exchange on Monday, December 4, in the lobby of the Center for Performance and Technology. Guests also enjoyed performances by students in the mixed ensemble and chorale. Pictured are Cece Warren, left, a sophomore from Many, and Andrea Richard, a sophomore from Sunset.

 

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Wed
13
Dec
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It’s syrup makin’ time!

By  Rickey Robertson

In the Old Testament Book of Ecclesiastes wise king Solomon writes that there is a purpose for all things and that there is a time to plant and a time to pluck what you have planted. We have many traditions that we continue to use out in the country that pertains to our crops and of gathering and preserving them. When the first frost falls we know it is “hog killin’ time,” time to go and start smoking fresh meat in the smoke house, and also time for “syrup makin’!” So many of our traditions have been lost over the years.

Wed
06
Dec
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Raeleigh-Mae Denise Brodnax

Raeleigh-Mae Denise Brodnax was born November 8, 2017, at 1:14 p.m. to Thomas and Tracy Brodnax. She was eight pounds, two ounces and 20 inches long.

Her grandparents on her mother’s side are David Irvin Strebeck of Marthaville and Jessie Mae Strebeck of Many. Great-grandparents are Amos and Linnie Strebeck of Marthaville and William Henry and Edna Mae Pender of Montgomery.

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Wed
06
Dec
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Zwolle-Ebarb VFW, Choctaw-Apache Tribe honor veterans

A Veterans Day luncheon was held on November 11 at the Zwolle-Ebarb Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 5187.

The luncheon was sponsored by two organizations, the Choctaw-Apache Tribe of Ebarb and the Post 5187 and its auxiliary.

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Wed
29
Nov
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LSMSA students have opportunity to stay active with Life in Motion program

Jonathan Rivera has taken his love of physical activity that began when he was a little boy watching his grandmother rise each day at 5 a.m. to work out and introduced Life in Motion to students and members of the faculty and staff at the Louisiana School for Math, Science, and the Arts.

“My vision is to jumpstart a health promotion program that will increase the value and importance of physical activity on academic success for the student body prior to transitioning to college and beyond,” said Rivera, a residence life intern at LSMSA and a graduate assistant in fitness and wellness at Northwestern State University. “This extends beyond that holistically to other dimensions of wellness.

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Wed
29
Nov
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Dewils celebrate 50th anniversary

Joe and Jeannet Dewil of Floriencelebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on October 7 at Cypress Bend Resort. They were wed on October 7, 1967 in Shreveport.

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Wed
22
Nov
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BOM donates to council on aging

Linda Guay, at right, Bank of Montgomery vice president and lender at the Many branch was happy to donate a BOM inverted umbrella to the Sabine Council on Aging for their Senior Citizens Bingo event. She is pictured with Kayla Hataway.

 

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Wed
22
Nov
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Christmas Gala is an NSU, Natchitoches tradition

The Mrs. H.D. Dear Sr. and Alice E. Dear School of Creative and Performing Arts at Northwestern State University will present the 29th annual Christmas Gala November 29 – December 1 in the A.A. Fredericks Auditorium. Performance times are 7 p.m. each evening with a 9 p.m. performance on December 1.

More than 300 Northwestern State students, faculty and staff in the School of Creative and Performing Arts combine their talents to present the Gala as a kickoff to the Natchitoches Christmas Festival. More than 10,000 people attend the Gala each year which is based on the long-running Radio City Music Hall Christmas Spectacular.

 

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