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Learn signs of breast cancer

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, which not only sheds light on the disease but signals all women to take charge of their own health by being informed and proactive.

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Girl Scouting isn’t for everyone

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Everyone loves Girl Scout cookies, even though they aren’t made from real Girl Scouts, as Wednesday Adams once so smugly pointed out. My favorites are Tagalongs and Do-Si-Dos. I’d like to say that every time I buy a box of the cookies I think back with fond memories of my days as a Girl Scout, but, instead, I remember being nervous about having to sell them and hoping I could win a camera with the incentives system.

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Water lessons can trickle down to parents

Fifth-graders across the parish will skip class to spend a day in the park on Thursday and Friday. But they’re not getting a day off. Instead, they’ll learn about water conservation during the first ever Lincoln Parish Water Fest.
Within the city of Ruston limits, this age group already gets a visit from city of Ruston officials each year for a presentation on where water comes from and how it’s used. What they’ll learn at Water Fest is similar information — just from a different perspective.
Lindsay Gouedy, Louisiana Sparta Commission educator, said students will have a chance to participate in interactive activities to hone in on the main concept — to preserve the Sparta Aquifer.

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