Lincoln Parish Sheriff Mike Stone was a recent speaker at the noon meeting of the Ruston Lions Club. Stone briefed the group on the increasing cost of operating the Sheriff’s office and his need for support of the upcoming tax election.
Devon Energy Corporation gave a check for $500, one of many they have given in the past to the Neighborhood Watch Program. They have been a big part of supporting the Neighborhood Watch Programs. Devon Corporation is committed in sponsorship of the Senior Citizen Expo each year. Sheriff Mike Stone and the TRIAD division are thankful for their help to the community of Lincoln Parish.
Pictured is Charles Thomas receiving the $500 check. Left to right are Michelle Gantt, administrative assistant, with Devon Energy Corporation, Thomas and Amie Skipper, field assistant.
Area residents have been participating in Christmas parades, going to receptions and attending wrapping seminars, all with a little holiday cheer.
Remember, in this feature, the Ruston Daily Leader will ask residents to submit photos of themselves, or others, at social functions ranging from fundraisers to tailgating, anniversary celebrations to Christenings.
The Louisiana Laureate Omega Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi is celebrating the theme “Light Up Your Life” for the 2013-14 calendar year. The chapter launched the beginning of meetings and activities with a dinner at Cheniere Inn on Sept. 6. Hostesses for the event were Linda Dick and Peggy Fallin. The first official meeting of the 2013-14 year was a salad supper on Sept. 10 held in the home of Jo Ann Gilmore. Her cohostess was Betty Fuqua. A second meeting was held on Sept. 24 in the home of Lee Smith.