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Children can have a photo made with Santa and eat a pancake breakfast with family and friends — and in the process, funds will be raised for the area’s needy.
All that will take place at the Flapjack Fundraiser sponsored by the Zeta Rho chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha from 8-10 a.m. Saturday at the Ruston Applebee’s.
Gardener Jean McWeeney, a recently retired software development manager, will be showcasing her garden at the Jolie Jardins Garden Tour on April 25.
McWeeney is one of three gardens on the tour.
McWeeney, president of North Louisiana Farm Fresh, the nonprofit corporation that oversees the Ruston Farmers Market. She is also a speaker at garden events, a garden coach, blogger and garden writer.
A day after the annual local State of the School District report, Lincoln Parish had a visit from the state’s top man in education on Thursday.
John White, who was appointed as Louisiana’s new superintendent of education earlier this month, spent Thursday morning talking to local educators and business leaders.
His visit began at Squire Creek Country Club, where he shared breakfast with principals, school board members, business leaders and others involved with education.
Construction, excellence and housekeeping were the main themes of the regularly scheduled Lincoln Parish School Board meeting on Tuesday night.
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