A woman who previously owned a business in Farmerville has opened a vintage-inspired shop in Ruston with a focus on unique items.
Ann Jeselink allowed another individual to take over The Fancy Flea in Union Parish, and in April she opened The Vintage Veranda inside the former location of Ruston Sign Company on Louisiana Highway 33.
Louisiana Tech students can show off their patriotic spirit Friday by participating in the sixth annual Constitution Day quiz conducted by the department of social sciences.
“It’s a great way for students to learn about the U.S. Constitution or show off what they already know,” said Jason Pigg, head of the social sciences department. “We change it up a little every year. We’ll have prizes on hand for the top scorers on the quiz, and everyone will receive a pocket-sized version of the Constitution, although they won’t be able to use it during the quiz.”
The North Central Louisiana Arts Council encourages arts in the youth and the organization in hosting yet anotherart-filled day for area youth.
NCLAC will host Tie-Dye Day as part of its first Arts Academy class of the 2013-14 school year.
NCLAC Executive Director said the idea came from a member — Rachel Johnston.
“She suggested with the Columbus Day school holiday right around the corner it would be the perfect time to offer the class for students while parents are working,” Slaughter said. “So the idea and the need fit together very well.”