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Jena Elementary

Jena Elementary has named their March Terrific Kids for the 2017-18 academic year: front row (left to right) Jacob Farmer, Lydia Powell and Reed Roark; second row (l to r) Braylon Leavins, Haidan Clark, Miles Price and Jackson Adcock; third row (l to r) Asiel Diaz, Ronald McGinnis, Jedidiah Roark, Logan Williams, Holden Poole and Rylee McDowell and back row (l to r) Caden Boone, Dawson Prewitt, Silas Powell, Audrina Wishum and Lilah Weaver. Not shown is Makenna Robertson and Jordan Windham.

 

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Parent Pre-K Expo successful…

LaSalle Parish School System administration and staff present for the recent “Under the Pre-K Big Top!” Early Childhood Registration and Parent Expo Day were: (left to right) Tiffinee Kirkham (Child Nutrition), Charlene Richard (People Appraisal), Cindy Reed (OES), Lindsey Jackson (OES), Jennifer Farris (Central Office), Doris Barnhill (OES),

Kathryn Tyler (Elementary Supervisor), Rexie Tweedy (Lead Teacher), Alicia Andrews (JES), Amy Poole (JES), Chelsa McCormick (JES), Tammy Lincecum (JES), Amanda Mason (FES) and Amanda Williams (NES).

 

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DU banquet held March 30

The Catahoula Lake Misc Chapter of Ducks Unlimited held a Gunbash/Crawfish Boil Friday night, March 30, at the Jena Community Center, where money was raised through memberships, raffles, and an auction. Overseeing the event was Tommy Jackson, Region 1 Director for Louisiana and Russell Dorton, local member. Thousands of dollars were raised at the event for DU programs with DU highlighting that 83% of all money donated goes to waterfowl and wetlands conservation and education. For more information, visit www.ducks.org.

 

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A ribbon cutting ceremony

A ribbon cutting ceremony was held last Saturday morning during Tractor Supply Company’s grand opening ceremony in Jena. The new retail outlet opened in March at 356 Airport Drive (LA 8) in Jena, and held its formal grand opening Thursday through Sunday. Management, team members and Jena officials joined in the ribbon cutting ceremony. Shown from left are Tre Brown, Jena Chief of Police Scott McLendon, Assistant Manager Tori Spence, Delmare Ratcliff, Kathy Guin, Manager Mike Ford, Jena Mayor LaDawn Edwards, Kassie Mae Deville, Nancy Stone, Jessie Humphries, and Team Leader Connie Hebron. Not shown, Team Leader Kathy Kirkland. Tractor Supply has retail outlets in more than

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Jonesville Balloon Festival plans “Gospel Music” day

One of the highlights of the 3rd Annual Four Rivers Balloon Festival planned April 20-22 in Jonesville will be Sunday’s day-long gospel singing featuring well-known performers throughout the Festival’s final day. Headlining the gospel entertainment will be award-winning Jeff & Sheri Easter, along with their daughter Morgan.

They are set to take the stage from 2 to 5 p.m. on April 22. The opening gospel act at 10 a.m. will be the Todd Tucker Family. The Tuckers are well-known in the area, as Todd is the minister at Wallace Ridge Pentecostal Church.

 

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Gareth Liam Smith

Steven and Morgan Smith of Jena are pleased to announce the birth of their son, Gareth Liam Smith. He was born at 4:15 p.m. on Tuesday, February 6, 2018, at the Rapides Women’s and Children’s Hospital in Alexandria. He weighed 7-pounds 1-ounce and measured 19 inches in length.

Maternal grandparents are J.D. and Mellanie Randall of Jena and Jeff and Robbie Tarpley of Natchitoches. Maternal great-grandparents are Harold “Buddy” and Margaret Book of Larto and the late Howard “Monk” and Clarice Tarpley of Jonesville.

 

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Ribbon cutting

Ribbon cutting ceremonies were held last Thursday morning, March 22, for the new location of the Phoenix Family Life Center, a division of Cognitive Development Centers of Seaside Healthcare, at 3683 S. First Street in Jena. This home and community based behavioral health care provider, with over 25 offices throughout Louisiana, offers services to families and individuals to help them work toward achieving their maximum potential in their homes, schools, and communities.

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Competitors get their

Competitors get their tractors ready for the spring show sponsored by the LaSalle Antique and Tractor Club on Saturday, March 17, at the Jena fairgrounds. Club sponsors issued a big thank you to everyone who competed at the show and those who helped stage it. Members of the Club are now making plans for their annual fall tractor pull and show, which is slated for Saturday, October 20, 2018. Mark your calendar and don’t miss this annual fall event.

 

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National School Breakfast Week at LJHS

National School Breakfast Week, a weeklong celebration of the School Breakfast Program, was observed at LaSalle Junior High School during the first full week of March. The school celebrated with decorations, special menus, events and celebration, and more. Increasing breakfast participation is a goal for many SNA members, and at LJHS various elected officials and community leaders joined in the celebration. A different theme was observed each day during the week, as follows: On Monday, officials from AJ&J Thornton Oil Company from

Tullos joined the school to help serve breakfast. The slogan for the day was, “The Oil Field Feeds the Future!”. John Thornton, Bro. Bo Prather and Michael Sullivan helped served breakfast. Kelsey Ponds was the winner of the $10 gift card given by Thad Ivy.

 

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Former resident named Military Spouse of Year

A former LaSalle Parish resident and Jena High School graduate was recently named the 2018 Lou-isiana National Guard Spouse of the Year.

 

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