We have all heard the old saying, "another day, another dollar." Well, my dollar and I had an exciting time at Sunday School.
My 100-year-old friend, Velda, passed the basket to collect our benevolent fund dollars. I had no folding money, so wrote a check for a little extra. Velda announced she did not take checks, so I tore mine up. Remember, I told you, she won't accept loose change either.
She handed me a $10 bill and said, "Put this in. Now, you owe me."
The Louisiana Chicken Festival Domino Tournament was held Sept. 21 in the Scott Hamilton Warehouse from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The tournament was sponsored by Dubach Mayor and Mrs. Bob Jensen and Dubach Town Councilman and Mrs. Skeeter Colvin. The tournament had 11 teams of two-players each for a total of 22 participants. Taking first place was Bill Hearn and Tom Vaughn, second place was Terry Wallace and J. R. Boyette and third place was Clyde Green and George O’Glee.
Zoey and Zylow are a cute couple looking for a loving, happy home. They love to be together playing, eating or just laying around. They get along with other dogs and are a happy pair. Zoey, a female, is apricot in color and Zylow, the male, is white. They are up-to-date on shots.
Children of First Baptist Church present their annual Christmas musical/drama at 6 p.m. Sunday at 200 S. Trenton St. in Ruston to area residents.
Under the musical training and direction of Stacy Bridges and the drama coaching of Linda Bernard, more than 50 children, representing a 10-year span in ages 2-12, will present “WAM 4 Kids — 4 Christmas.” The show is written by Cathie Hill Music.
First Baptist Children choirs — Wee Singers and Preschool—will perform initially. Then, the older children — the WAM group -— will display their talents in Worship, Arts and Music, telling the Christmas story using art, drama, instruments-drums, media protocol, choreography, sign language, slide PowerPoint show, along with music, which ties these talents in WAM areas together to tell the story.