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February 22nd, 2014

Rigby to speak at Life Choices banquet

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There is less than a month until guest speaker Shari Rigby from the movie “October Baby” will come to Ruston to speak at the Life Choices Banquet.
The banquet is scheduled for 6 p.m. March 11 at the Ruston Civic Center, located at 401 N. Trenton St.
This event is held once a year and donations are given to raise money for the program. During the banquet this year, Rigby will share her testimony and life story.
Life Choices is a pregnancy center that works to help counsel women and guide them with decisions throughout their pregnancy.

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Invest in local schools with AAS

As cliché as it may seem, children really are the future and the best way to invest in the future is to invest in them.
One surefire way for Lincoln Parish citizens and businesses to make this investment is by becoming a partner in the Adopt-a-School program, sponsored by the Ruston-Lincoln Chamber of Commerce and Lincoln Parish schools’ Lincoln ACHIEVE.
The AAS initiative not only promotes the value of community to our children, but local businesses benefit as well by expanding their own network.
According to the Chamber, there are four good reasons to become an AAS partner:

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Community embraces Kupcakes

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The Sixth Annual "Kupcakes For The Kids" fundraiser to benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital was held on Valentine's Day at Community Trust Bank.
The wonderful community of Ruston totally embraced this endeavor once again with their generosity. Thank you so much for attending and making life sweeter for the kids of St. Jude.
There aren't adequate words to convey my gratitude to Community Trust Bank for providing their beautiful facility each year and working with me to make this happen.

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Businesses contribute to students

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Cedar Creek School students were welcomed recently by businesses and employers in Ruston, West Monroe, Monroe, Columbia and Jonesboro for Job Shadowing Day.
The event was designed to give students an opportunity to "shadow" adults during their daily work activities and they LOVED it!
The experience inspired students to be enthusiastic about their studies by showing them how education can be translated into rewarding futures.

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Criticizing the government spending

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If ever I have shared any thought that might in any way sound critical toward the efficiency of our government, certainly that must have been a mistake. We all know that our government at all levels is most efficient. Now I wish to again point out some of my “pride” in how well our government spends its money. Wait, this is our money, isn’t it? (If you can imagine my biting my tongue as I share these thoughts you are most correct.)

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LPDC garden big benefit

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Last week I was on my way to the scene of a car crash, one of my least favorite tasks, when I received a call and was alerted to something else interesting going on in the parish.
After snapping some pictures, and sending positive thoughts up for the poor souls involved in the crash, I headed on to my next destination — the Lincoln Parish Detention Center. Warden Jim Tuten had called the office to let us know that something historic was going on at the LPDC — they were breaking ground on their first ever garden.

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Ruston Rotary Club announces Feb. S.O.M.’s

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The Ruston Rotary Club proudly announces the recipients of the February Student of the Month Awards. Each student honoree spoke to the club members about their accomplishments at the Jan. 19 luncheon and was then presented an award of achievement.

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Dubach School

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Fourth grade students at Dubach School attended the second annual White House Dinner in the Ruston Civic Center Feb. 19. The dinner was part of a parish wide effort to teach students from all over the parish proper etiquette at a formal dinner. A week before the dinner, students practiced the proper way to cut meat with bread, paper plates and plastic cutlery.

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Hillcrest Elementary School

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Students learn about presidents, blindness

From Principal Hilton
We would like to thank First Baptist Church for all of their help around the Hillcrest campus. We appreciate the time and energy they have given to help our campus look fantastic.
Kindergarten
Mrs. Conn’s class “All About Me” students: Morghan Hill, Jada Goldsmith and Joshua Daulton.
Mrs. Kelley’s Star Students: Jalyen Grisby, Brian Buggs, Prince Brown and Kailey Hayes. Mrs. Kelley’s class wants to thank all of the parents for a Great Valentine’s Party!
Mrs. Nichols Star Students: Cole Holloway, Iyannah Gray and StarReyelle Gross.

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Lincoln Head Start

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One plus one equals twins — five sets of them

Head Start enjoys challenging our children and emphasizing the uniqueness of all our children. This year as in years past Head Start has had several sets of twins. Five sets of twins are currently enrolled.
March is designated as High Five Mathematize Month. The Head Start Family Literacy Center provided each Head Start program a High Five Mathematize Resource Guide. This curriculum provides a wide variety of learning activities to strengthen math skills. Counting to two, adding one plus one to equal two, learning a new word (twin) are some of the fun activities used.

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