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May 15th, 2014

Club News: Littera Club

President Elect, Teri Fulton, entertained The Littera for the final meeting of the year in her home in its beautiful country setting on Jill Loop. Her co-hostesses were Joan Gordon, Linda Jean Rolf and Kathey Roane. The refreshments were served at tables decorated with colorful spring flowers. Cake and pink lemonade were enjoyed by the members during this time of fellowship.
President, Emily Baugh, called the meeting to order and welcomed the members and our new member Beverly Sherman. The Club Collect was led by Marion Gist and the Pledge of Allegiance by Joan Gordon.

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Cedar Creek: Students excel in local, state, national levels

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Top left: Cedar Creek geometry teacher Marilyn Hyams, left, Buddy Ball representative Edwin Davis and Cedar Creek Head of School Andrew Yepson.
Top right: Winners of the Cedar Creek Quilt Project to benefit Buddy Ball were Caroline Causey, left, and Brooke Evans, right, with geometry teacher Marilyn Hymans, center.
Bottom left: Cedar Creek seventh graders have qualified for Summer Studies through the Duke Talent Identification Program.

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Buddy Ball, NHS, S.S. Fair big highlights for month of April

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• Cedar Creek recently inducted its newest members into its National Junior Honor Society recently. More than just an honor roll, NJHS recognizes outstanding middle level students. They also serve to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, character and citizenship.

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Delta Community College announces graduates

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G-Men fall in 11th

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NEW ORLEANS — Top-seeded Alabama State held on to defeat Grambling State in an extra-inning scorefest Monday as the Southwestern Athletic Conference Baseball Tournament opened play at the Urban Youth Academy’s Wesley Barrow Stadium.
It was a chess match of a game, as the Hornets led off the bottom of the 11th inning with a double by Richard Amion, who advanced to third base on a groundout. Grambling then intentionally walked a pair of batters before pitcher Issac O’Bear walked in the game-winning run that gave Alabama State the 11-10 victory.

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’Cats preparing for spring game

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Ruston High School’s Spring Football Game is set for 6 p.m. Friday at Joe Aillet Stadium.
Fans will be able to enter on the east side of the stadium only. There will be a $5 admission with all proceeds being donated to the Rodney Guin Hospital Fund. Guin, the head football coach at Haughton High School, suffered a severe heart attack several weeks ago and is currently hospitalized at Baylor Medical Center in Dallas.

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State Sports Hall of Fame receives increased support

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As the 2014 Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame Weekend (June 19-21) quickly approaches, the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame Foundation has announced that its corporate sponsor with the longest tenure, La Capitol Federal Credit Union, is back on board for 2014 with increased support of the Press Conference and Welcome Reception.
The Press Conference will be held for the first time in the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame and Northwest Louisiana History Museum.

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Giving back help to help St. Jude

Like children across the country — and even right here at home in Lincoln Parish — Josh Sanderson knows what it’s like to have your world turned upside down by cancer.
At only 3 years old, Sanderson was diagnosed with cancer and told that St. Jude Children’s Research hospital would be his best chance of survival.
“We immediately hit the road and got into Memphis in the middle of the night,” Sanderson said. “They were waiting there for us to come in. At 3 I didn’t realize the seriousness of the situation, but I knew that these people treated me and my family incredibly.”

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It’s deeper than the surface

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I’m 28 years old. I’ll be 29 Sept. 4. Would you say I’m too young for Botox?
Some might say no.
It appears medical aesthetic procedures are becoming more and more of a trend for a younger generation — especially for those of the female persuasion. We’ve seen this in Hollywood for years and I never really thought of how it applied to my life until recently when I started considering getting laser resurfacing treatment.

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THE WATER We Drink

THE WATER We Drink
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Public Water Supply ID: LA1061013

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