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Wed
30
Dec

Grinch hands out Christmas gifts at GPMS

Grinch hands out Christmas gifts at GPMS
Grinch hands out Christmas gifts at GPMS
Grinch hands out Christmas gifts at GPMS
Grinch hands out Christmas gifts at GPMS
Grinch hands out Christmas gifts at GPMS
Grinch hands out Christmas gifts at GPMS

The Grinch hands out Christmas gifts to Good Pine Middle fourth grader Daylon Howard of Michelle Doughty’s class and Paraprofessional Kie’Angela Nash alongside Principal Melinda Robison during the Grinch’s visit to GPMS students before school let out for the Christmas holidays. The students had a visit from the Grinch, his dog Max and his reindeer and sleigh and were given a snow globe, school supplies and a small toy donated by Wal-Mart and LifePoint Assembly of God in Jena.

 

 

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Wed
16
Dec

PBIS Reward Day at GPMS

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Good Pine Middle School had its 2nd 6-weeks PBIS Reward Day on November 18, 2020. PBIS (Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports) is the reward system for students who have been good in school with no office referrals for that six weeks.

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Wed
09
Dec

LaSalle arrests

The following were booked into the LaSalle Parish Jail in Jena during the past week:

Jordan Dangerfield, 36, of Jena, was arrested Nov. 25 by sheriff officers and charged with violation of protective order.

Anna M. Book, 34, of Jonesville, was arrested Nov. 26 by sheriff officers and charged with possession of CDS II, possession of drug paraphernalia, and scavenging.

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Wed
09
Dec

La. churches may be eligible for FEMA help

Qualifying houses of worship in Louisiana may be eligible for FEMA grants to cover hurricane-related expenses.

Grants through FEMA’s Public Assistance Program can cover costs to repair or replace facilities damaged during a disaster. The program is funded by FEMA and administered through the Louisiana Governor’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness Office (GOHSEP). The Request for Public Assistance (RPA) deadline for Hurricane Laura is Nov. 30. The RPA deadline for Hurricane Delta is Dec. 15.

FEMA defines religious facilities as a church, synagogue, mosque, temple or other house of worship without regard to the religious character of the facility.

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Wed
09
Dec

Town and Country Garden Club notes

Town and Country Garden Club notes

Members of the Town and Country Garden Club held its annual Christmas luncheon and gift exchange on Tuesday, December 1, 2020.

December started out real cold with a light frost this morning. The freezing temperatures and frost did not last because the day was bright and sunny.

It was a great day to drive out to the Whitehall Plantation for the event. Members always love going to the Whitehall Plantation because of the beauty of the outdoors and the comfort of the Lodge.

Some of the ladies had a surprise as they were arriving at the Lodge, as they had to stop and let a family of deer cross the road right in front of them.

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Wed
02
Dec

La. Fire Chief Hall of Fame

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Longtime Olla Fire Chief Joe Thompson was inducted into the Louisiana 1st Responders Christian Association Fire Chief Hall of Fame last week during a ceremony at the Olla First Baptist Church Fellowship hall. The award, which was presented to him by Wayne Prejean, board president of the Louisiana First Responders Christian Association, stated that the honor was due to his leadership activities in the state and community.

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Wed
25
Nov

Town and Country Garden Club notes

Some members of the Town and Country Garden Club met in the parking lot of Palmer Hall at Nolley Memorial Methodist Church at 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday, October 10, 2020, to embark on a road trip to Winnfield.

Winnfield is a small crossroad town about 35 miles west of Jena, and has a history of being home to three men that were governors of the State of Louisiana. Those men were Huey P. Long, Jr., Oscar K. Allen, and Earl K. Long.

Club members making the trip to Winnfield were Judy Baker, Lisa McCann, Sis Welch, Nelda Tarver, Audrey Maxwell, and Mica and Parker King.

 

 

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Wed
25
Nov

Engagement

Engagement

Dr. and Mrs. Robert Kendrick are happy to announce the engagement of their daughter, Allison Rebecca, to Paul Andrew Stelly. Allison is a Family Nurse Practitioner who is employed by LaSalle General Hospital. Paul is a Field Engineer employed by General Electric Healthcare. 

 

 

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Wed
11
Nov

Granddaughter of local man receives doctorate degree

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Scottie and Lisa Martin are proud to announce the graduation of their daughter Dani Martin Walker from Texas A&M-Commerce University with a Doctorate in Higher Education.

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Wed
11
Nov

Clyde Allbritton named as ‘Funeral Director for 2020’

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Clyde Allbritton, manager of Kinner and Stevens Funeral Home of Jena has been named as “Funeral Director of 2020”.

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