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Wed
15
Jan

LaSalle 4-H 2020 beef poster event

Division I - Grades 4-6; Division II - Grades 7-9; Division III - Grades 10-12 Poster or Digital = Awards:  Parish: Ribbons will be given to all contestants. First place winners will receive a rosette ribbon. Cash awards will be given to state winners.

Beef Poster Contest: Theme - Better with Beef - State Division Winners: $200, $100, and $50.

Create a poster centered around marketing and communicating the allaround health, nutrition, or promotion of Beef. Poster must be on 22” x 28” white poster board. Division III may elect for Digital Submission. Place your name, address, age, grade in school and parish on the upper right corner of the back of the poster. *Poster should generate positive images of beef and beef products and not portray negative images of other food products. Get ideas from magazines, parents, friends, nutrition bulletins, meat publications. Sponsored by Louisiana Beef Industry Council.

 

Wed
15
Jan

Nebo Grade School lists honor roll

Honor roll students for the third six weeks of the 2019-2020 school year at Nebo Elementary School have been announced by Principal Stephanie Francis, as follows:

First Grade

All A’s – Ross Edwards, Jace Hardie, Tucker Hardie, Baylee Kelley, Milah Norris, Ashtian Sikes, and Laylah White.

 

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Wed
08
Jan

You can have a colorful landscape, even in winter

You can have a colorful landscape, even in winter
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Get It Growing

There was a time in my life when I thought a colorful winter garden did not exist. I was so wrong. It took me years to figure this out. I only had to look around me. There’s still color out there.

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Wed
25
Dec

Town of Tullos Senior Citizen Supper

Town of Tullos Senior Citizen Supper
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Wed
18
Dec

CCC’s Cookies with Santa

CCC’s Cookies with Santa
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Wed
04
Dec

Thanksgiving observed at LaSalle Headstart

Thanksgiving observed at LaSalle Headstart
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Wed
27
Nov

Pumpkin Decorating Contest at JES

Pumpkin Decorating Contest at JES
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Jena Elementary students recently participated in the fifth annual JES Library Book Character Pumpkin Decorating Contest. Students and their families decorated pumpkins to resemble their favorite book characters.

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Wed
20
Nov

Community Events

Jena Giant Booster Club

The Jena Giants Booster Club will hold their meetings at 6:30 p.m. on the second Tuesday of each month at the LaSalle Golf & Country Club, located at 260 Country Club Rd, in Trout.

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Wed
06
Nov

Jena’s Trunk or Treat held last Tuesday

Jena’s Trunk or Treat held last Tuesday
Jena’s Trunk or Treat held last Tuesday
Jena’s Trunk or Treat held last Tuesday
Jena’s Trunk or Treat held last Tuesday
Jena’s Trunk or Treat held last Tuesday
Jena’s Trunk or Treat held last Tuesday
Jena’s Trunk or Treat held last Tuesday

As customers prepared last week to celebrate Halloween with trick-or-treating, scary movies and haunted houses, Cleco reminded them to beware of the “phantom” power that may be creeping throughout their homes and businesses.

Phantom power is a term used to describe electricity used by appliances and electronics that are left plugged in when they are turned off or not being used. These items, on average, drain electricity 24/7 and account for over $100 of a home’s energy bill each year. Examples are cell phone chargers, power tools, televisions, toasters, coffee makers, computers, printers and game consoles.

“We often forget about phantom power, but the average home or business has several appliances and electronics using energy when they are left plugged in, even though they may be turned off,” said Hammad Chaudhry, Cleco energy efficiency manager. “This is a reminder to unplug them when they are not being used.”

 

 

Wed
06
Nov

Jena’s Trunk or Treat

Jena’s Trunk or Treat
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Jena’s Trunk or Treat

The staff of the Jena Town Hall welcomed hundreds of children to Jena’s Trunk or Treat at the town park last Tuesday night, October 29. They also attended several functions during the week, from schools to nursing homes,  dressed in their Wizard of Oz costumes. Shown above from left: Cory Floyd, Carmen McEntyre, Tori Burlew, Valarie Norris, Beverly Young, and Mayor LaDawn Edwards. 

 

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