Lifestyle

Mon
05
Dec

The LaSalle Parish Sheriff’s Office sponsored a “Ride for a Cause”

The LaSalle Parish Sheriff’s Office sponsored a “Ride for a Cause” on the Saturday before Thanksgiving, with all proceeds from the ride going to the A.P.P.L.E.S. program (for needy children at Christmas) in the LaSalle Parish School System. Sheriff Scott Franklin presented a check for the funds raised in the ride to Missy Bignar, Homeless Liaison of the LPSB, sponsor of the A.P.P.L.E.S. program.

Mon
05
Dec

JES Accelerated Reader 25-point club

The Jena Elementary Accelerated Reader 25 Point Club members for the second six weeks are: front row (left to right) Jazarrah Howard, Jonas Jenkins, Dreyton Pennington, Sophie Reaves, Kassidy Spears and Kamden Davidson and back row (l to r) Ahja Dorsey, Uriah Ford, Isabella Hodges, Natalie Parrott and Eli Webb.

Mon
28
Nov

LEDD discuss economic situation in LaSalle Parish

The Jena Airport was one of the main topics up for discussion at the recent monthly meeting of the LaSalle Economic Development District (LEDD) Board of Directors held at Jena Town Hall. LEDD President Walter Dorroh Jr. said that due to the current economic situation in the area, Airport Manager Patrick Newcomb has taken a new job in another state. Newcomb was formerly employed as the pilot for the Justiss Oil Company.

Dorroh said he recommends that for the present time Newcomb would remain as airport manager and he informed Board members that he is willing to continue working with LEDD from afar. Dorroh said Newcomb will help the board sort out expenses with engineers, etc. and that Dorroh and Board member Tom Kendrick will handle on-site matters that arise.

Mon
28
Nov

OCC collects 1,854 shoeboxes in parish

Through a shoebox a child’s life can be changed, Frances McDonald explained as the reason why the Operation Christmas Child (OCC) – Samaritan’s Purse program is so important to La- Salle Parish and the world.

Frances and her husband, Tony, have served as coordinators of the OCC program for over 15 years at First Baptist Church in Jena, which serves as a Relay Center to collect shoeboxes in the area. This year 19 churches, one school and several individuals contributed shoeboxes totaling 1,854 to ship to the distribution center in Pineville and then out to children across the world.

Mon
21
Nov

Theresa Tarver Worsham

Mon
21
Nov

Jena’s “Downtown Block Party” successful

Jena’s “Downtown Block Party” successful
 

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Tue
15
Nov

Town & Country Garden Club enjoys exhibit from local artist

Members of the Town and Country Garden Club of Jena met Tuesday, Nov. 8, at Nolley Memorial United Methodist Church in Jena. Those present were Barbara Murphy, Lisa McCann, Sis Welch, Nora Martin, Audrey Maxwell, Magdalynn Drewett, Beth Zoller, Barbara Germany, Kelly Thompson, Donna Justiss, Cynthia Bradford and Martha Ann Wood. Audrey, Magdalynn and Kelly did a lovely job of decorating in fall colors and providing refreshments. The program was an exhibition of the art work of Guy N. Campbell. Guy is a local artist born and raised in Jena. He spoke about his art and answered questions. When he was young he would sketch drawings.

 

 

Tue
15
Nov

Pinewood Garden Club has meeting

The Pinewood Garden Club had their monthly meeting on November 10, 2016 at the Centennial Cultural Center in Olla. The club met at 9:30 AM for greetings and refreshments. Refreshments were provided by hostesses, Mildred Vickers and Joan Rachal. President Ruby Moody called the business meeting to order with the members reciting the Collect and the Pledge of Allegiance. The minutes were read and approved and a financial report was given by Treasurer Hilda Franklin.

 

Mon
07
Nov

BABY

Seth and Faith Townsend of Jena are pleased to announce the birth of their first son, Nolan Rhett Townsend. Nolan was born at 3:42 p.m., on September 29, 2016, at the Rapides Women’s and Children’s Hospital in Alexandria, weighing 7-pounds 7½-ounces, and measuring 19½-inches in length.
 
 
Mon
07
Nov

Local couple and Chicago Cubs are champions

The year was 1945 and the Chicago Cubs had just played in the World Series losing in seven games to the Detroit Lions as the Curse of the Billy Goat began a 71-year drought of championships for the Cubs. That same year, G.R. “Buddy” Henry was discharged from the U.S. Army, met his next door neighbor, Ruby Edwards, and 13 days later they were married.
 
 

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