After 11 years of service to the Lord, Christ Temple Baptist Church will hold a day of celebration at 3 p.m. April 6. The celebration will recognize the 11th anniversary and also celebrate the fact that the church mortgage has been paid off. Pastor Charles Chandler and the Harvest Baptist Church of Ferriday will be our special guest.
Christ Temple Baptist Church members and leaders believe the church has come this far by faith, leaning and depending on the Lord, trusting in his holy word. They say he never failed them yet, and there is no turning back.
The Contractors Educational Trust Fund has donated $200,000 to Louisiana Tech University to establish a professional-in-residence position in Tech’s construction engineering technology (CET) program.
Steve Terrill, area manager with the Contractors Educational Trust Fund, presented Tech President Les Guice with the gift during a ceremony recently. The new position, which will reside in the College of Engineering and Science, will provide a strong liaison between the university and industry, will help teach CET classes at Tech and will organize student trips to visit industry partners.
Ruston High School graduate Kailee Rivera, center, was recently selected as the recipient of the second annual Tom and Cathi Cox-Boniol New Tech Scholarship. Pictured with Rivera is Tom Boniol, left, and ACHIEVE COORDINATOR Cathi Cox-Boniol, right. While earning a 3.9 GPA, Kailee served as cheerleading captain, was inducted in the National Honor Society, served as a Bearcat Mentor, participated in the talented art program and was a student representative for the NT@R Advisory Board.
Families at Alma J. Brown Elementary School will get a chance to learn about the importance of healthy lifestyles through an innovative program sponsored by the Lincoln Health Foundation and the LSU AgCenter.