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Carl Leone

Funeral services for Carl Dean Leone, 58, of Zwolle, were held April 23 at First Baptist Church of Noble with the Rev. Jimmie Price officiating. Burial followed in the St. Joseph Cemetery, Zwolle.

He was born on Tuesday, July 5, 1960 in Zwolle, and passed away on Friday, April 19, 2019 at his home in Zwolle.

He was preceded in death by his parents, John and Louise Parrie Leone; sisters, Judy Gail Leone and Sandra Leone Dyer; brother, Johnny Ray Leone; best friend, Aaron Donaldson; nephew, Michael Leone; and niece, Shelia Leone.

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Glenda Rogers

Funeral services for Glenda Quayhagen Rogers, 79, of Many, were held April 23 at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church with Father Richard Norsworthy officiating. Burial followed in the St. John the Baptist Catholic Cemetery. A rosary was held on Monday at Warren Meadows Funeral Home.

She was born on Wednesday, October 4, 1939 in Many, and passed away on Friday, April 19, 2019 at her home in Many. She was preceded in death by her beloved husband, Robert “Bobby” Rogers; parents, Raymond and Beatrice Alford Quayhagen; in-laws, Carson and Ada Rogers.

She is survived by her first cousins, Mary and Margaret Quayhagen of Loretto, Kentucky, Jim Quayhagen of Many, and Bill Alford and wife Patty of DeRidder; along with a host of family and friends.

Pallbearers were Ritchie Langton, Dewayne Rains, Curtis Jordan, Grady Cotton, Ronald Springer, Jeff Evans, Jason Waters and Hayden Evans.

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MES names Students of the Week

Many Elementary is pleased to name their Students of the Week for the week ending April 18.

Pre-K Students of the Week are Matthew Lucius, Serenity Garner, Drake Veuleman, DeMarcus Littleton, Christine Johnson, Whitney Scott, and Luke Davis.

 

 

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Choctaw-Apache Powwow is this weekend

One of Sabine Parish’s most beloved events, the annual Choctaw-Apache Powwow will take place this Friday and Saturday, April 26-27.

The bright colored regalia and beaded headdresses moving with the motion of ancestral dance make the 2019 Choctaw-Apache Powwow a must-see event. The Choctaw-Apache Tribe of Ebarb will host its 26th Annual Powwow and Minority Health Event on Friday, April 26 from, 10 a.m. – 8:30 p.m. and Saturday, April 27 from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. at the Choctaw Apache Tribal Grounds, 217 Gene Knight Rd., Noble, located adjacent to the Ebarb school.

The powwow celebrates the heritage of the 21 families that make up the tribe which has over 2,500 members. The ancestral territory, located in the western part of Sabine Parish, includes Converse, Ebarb, Noble, Zwolle and the communities of Blue Lake and Grady Hill.

 

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Prayer Labyrinth consecrated by Methodists

The Rev. Gloria Youngblood, foreground, pastor of the First United Methodist Church of Many is shown leading the Consecration Service of the new Prayer Labyrinth on the evening on Thursday, April 18 following a unique Maundy Thursday program. Working on the lovely labyrinth were from left Allen Isgitt, Ross and Ann Williams, Bob and Chris Nolen, Kirt and Diane Voorheis and son, Ross, who is with Boy Scout Troop 80; and Nancy Spiller. Not shown are Boy Scouts Hunter Atkins, Mick O’Neal, and Maddox Lapp, and Randy and Carolyn Martin. The labyrinth is open to the public. (Photo by The Sabine Index)

A consecration service for the new prayer labyrinth, located on the vacant lot across from the Family Life Center of the First United Methodist Church of Many, was hosted on Thursday night, April 18. The service was hosted following the Maundy Thursday services.

A labyrinth is a place to walk and pray. It is a single path that winds its way to the center and back again. Like our life journeys, it has many turns, but unlike a maze, there are no dead ends; the lone path leads, without obstruction, to the center. The path to the center reminds us that God longs to be in the very center of our lives.

Labyrinths are found in the floors of some of the oldest cathedrals in the world, dating back to 1200 A.D. As modern Christians began to long for the ancient practices, labyrinths began to appear in contemporary settings, such as gardens like the one at the Methodist Church.

 

 

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Sabine Student Players crack up in “The Dastardly Doctor”

The cast of “The Dastardly Doctor” contains a number of talented teens from the area. Laying down in front is Ghavin Wilson. On the second row, from left, are John Harris, Luis Estrada, Makayla Bass, Summer Paddie, and Kayden Dye. On the second row are Laura Hardwick, Christopher Whitaker, Maliya McCullough, and Emma Campbell. On the top row are Madeline Doss, Emily Marr, Sean Williams, Chrysten Jackson, Faith Gentry, and Alex Webb.

Several months ago, students flocked from across Sabine Parish to try out for “The Dastardly Doctor”, a medical melodrama filled with side-splitting comedy.

According to Director Janet Elam, it was the biggest turnout since the group began just four years ago.

“We had an amazing show of talent and were fortunate to be able to cast many students in this play”, said Elam.

 

 

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Boren named 2019 Bass Unlimited poster artist

Linda Boren alongside her “Lunker Bass” at SRA office on Hwy 6 near Pendleton Bridge.

Toledo Bend Lake Association is pleased to announce that Linda Boren has been commissioned to paint the 2019 Bass Unlimited Poster.

We are lucky to have someone so connected to the Toledo Bend Community. Ms. Boren and her husband Chuck moved to Toledo Bend in 1996 and became very active almost immediately. She served as President of the Art Guild for four years and was the poster artist for Bass Unlimited in 2005. She served on the Zwolle Poster Committee and was the 2009 poster artist for the Zwolle Tamale Fiesta. Ms. Boren was a Tourist Counselor for SRA, where she was named as a Pelican State Official Ambassador for retirees and promoted Louisiana as a preferred choice for retirement. She designed and painted four of the original large fiberglass fish located around the Parish and has recently refurbished her “Lunker” fish located at the SRA office on Highway 6.

 

 

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Humanitarian Award to be presented to Sister Martinette Rivers, March 26

Sister Martinette Rivers

She sings and loves to dance. She plays the organ and is a musician. She is a missionary, who loves people and children, who has served God for 66 years as a nun. She is also a painter, teacher, and gerontologist. She is Sister Martinette Rivers.

Sister Martinette is an amazing woman who has dedicated her life to serving others. She is especially concerned about the poor and disadvantaged in the United States and abroad in far away countries.

For an 83-year-old woman, she has more energy and more love to continue her mission in life.

How many people can say they knew Mother Theresa and the Pope personally?

 

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Aja Law, Kelsie Thaxton help Generals to best season ever

Kelsey Thaxton

The Louisiana State University – Alexandria women’s basketball team has enjoyed its greatest season in program history, with its efforts seeing six Generals honored as All-Conference players.

Kelsey Thaxton of Many was named the Red River Athletic Conference’s Freshaman of the Year as well as a member of the All-RRAC First Team. She was the team’s second leading scorer on the year at 16.5 points per game as LSU-A’s top deep threat, hitting a team high 90 three-pointers on the season on 37.7 percent from above the arc. Thaxton also averaged 4.5 rebounds per contest. The Negreet High School alum and McDonald’s All-American nominee was also a two-time RRAC Player of the Week during the season, earing the award in back-to-back weeks.

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Locals named to NSU President’s List

Six hundred and fifty-four students were named to the Fall 2018 President’s List at Northwestern State University. Students on the list earned a grade point average of 4.0. Those named to the President’s List listed by hometown are as follows: Belmont – Kelly Bass; Converse – Shayna Brown, Hayley Farmer, Wade Hicks, Mallory Mitchell, Hannah Womack, Logan Woodward; Florien – Shayla Duhon, Amber Lewing, Caroline Matthews, Dylan Roberts, Jordan Weldon; Hornbeck – Brandy Alford, Lane Alford, Kimberly Runyon; Many – Skyler Ezernack, Heidi Knight, Jaleah Lee, Lathan Meyers, Xavier Montgomery, Chas Pilcher, Tessa Reeves, Samantha Simmons; Noble – Allie Ebarb, Collin Procell; Pelican – Mary Myers; Robeline – Jessica Clark, Patricia Goodwin, Alyssa Maley, Bergen Oge, Caleb Wester; Zwolle – Shakelia Maxie, Holden Rivers.

 

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